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REVEILING THE WOMAN: PASSION, PRESENCE, AND INTERTEXTUALITY IN MICHEL LEIRIS'S FOURBIS

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REVEILING THE WOMAN: PASSION, PRESENCE, AND INTERTEXTUALITY IN MICHEL LEIRIS'S FOURBIS

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The article recalls how woman is the primary signifier of Leiris’s desire for presence before examining the most powerful example of this effect: namely the account given, in the closing chapter of Fourbis, ‘Vois! Déjà l’ange...’, of Leiris’s relationship with an Algerian prostitute called Khadidja, while he was stationed as a soldier in North Africa during the ’drôle de guerre’. The article shows how the colonial situation is intertextually recast and obscured; it draws on Nerval, European modernism, opera and numerous classical references, as well as on Leiris’s own ethnographic writing. The conclusion points up how the multiplication and erasure of Khadidja as an object of desire rhythmically confirm the consuming presence of Leiris as a passionate subject.

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