TITLE

Michel Butor'un Yapıtlarının Sanatla Buluşması

AUTHOR(S)
ÖLMEZ, Zümral
PUB. DATE
March 2011
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;bahar2011, Vol. 15 Issue 47, p261
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Michel Butor, a French writer and one of the pioneers of the "Nouveau Roman" movement, began his literary career by writing poems and essays, then published four novels between 1954-1960. He gave up writing novels with his narration entitled Mobile published in 1962, and has ventured into new genres since then. Artworks have an important place in Michel Butor's works. Author's relation with art can be observed in his novels and his narrations such as Mobile and La Description de San Marco. The said relation presented through styles such as description, quotation, criticism, collage etc., increases its density in his essays, and his works such as Matière de Rêve, Illustration series etc. Moreover, Michel Butor authored various works in collaboration with musicians, painters and engravers. These "uncommon" genres prove that the author desires "the literature to venture into other styles together with the reader" and also show that he brings a new dimension to his works.
ACCESSION #
83752311

 

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