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Sarraute

Nathalie . 1900--99, French novelist, noted as an exponent of the antinovel. Her novels include Portrait of a Man Unknown (1948), Martereau (1953), and Ici (1995)
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Escritores representativos de esta seccion son Nathalie Sarraute (Portrait d'un inconnu, 1948; Martereau), Alain Robbe-Grillet (Les Gommes, 1953; Le Voyeur), Michel Butor (Passage de Milan, 1954; La Modification; L'Emploi du Temps), Samuel Beckett (Molloy, 1951; Malone meurt, 1951; L'innommable, 1953).
Sarraute demonstrates, on the contrary, that the encounter with otherness is always fraught, frightening, messy; this lesson is, moreover, dramatized as an inescapable feature of the experience of reading Sarraute's texts.
This postulate also suggests specific ideological reasons for other feminists' deployments of still other pronouns (most strikingly, on and elles in Wittig's L 'Opoponax [1964] and Les Guerilleres [1969]) and for the alternation and/or conflation of the first-, second-, and third-person pronouns in previously mentioned works by Lispector, Sarraute, Sontag, Wolf, Weldon, and Duras.
In the first of two parts, he examines the "Metamorphoses of the Referential Function, 1956-1984" by attentive readings of Camus's La Chute, Robbe-Grillet's Topologie d'une cite fantome, Claude Simon's Les Georgiques, and three post-modern autobiographies of the eighties by Robbe-Grillet, Duras, and Sarraute.
Grillet, Michel Butor, Nathalie Sarraute, Claude Simon, Marguerite Duras, and Claude Mauriac -- share common views and preoccupations.
Andre Gide makes reference to the scientific origins of the movement in his fiction, albeit dismissively, and Nathalie Sarraute not only discusses behaviorism and its cultural manifestations extensively in her essays but employs its foundational concept, the tropism, prominently throughout her fiction.
Siento --y lo escribo pensando en una queja de Philippe Muray contra los postmodernos: aquellos que sienten y no piensan--que Luiselli, sin las infulas programaticas y revolucionarias de los Robbe-Grillet, los Simon, las Sarraute, esta mas cerca de ellos de lo que yo estuve nunca.
Telling Anxiety: Anxious Narration in the Work of Marguerite Duras, Annie Ernaux, Nathalie Sarraute, and Anne Hebert.
Pauline Sellier compares the dialogues in Le Square and Pour an oui on pour an non by Nathalie Sarraute, stressing their polyphony and poetry; while Sabine Dolige brings together Le Bavard by Louis-Rene des Forets and La Maladie de la mort in her study of first-person narration.
Casado con la periodista Claude Sarraute, en su transito desde una juventud de izquierda hacia el liberalismo que lo finco como infatigable pensador, siempre tuvo como referencia la honestidad intelectual.
O'Neil (Whitman College) offers a bio-bibliography of 36 major and minor French playwrights of the twentieth century such as Apollinaire, Beckett, Ionesco, Camus, Cocteau, Genet, Sartre, Pagnol, Planchon, Sarraute, Gide, and Duras.
On first reading, it would seem to justify the denigration that Robbe-Grillet, Nathalie Sarraute, and other Nouveaux Romanciers regularly heaped on the nineteenth-century novelist.