By J. Allenbach, A. Benoit, D.A. bertrand, A. Hanriot-Coustet, P. Maraval, A. Pautler, P. Prigent
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She herself says that she is not at home in North Carolina, stating “Simplement, je n’aime pas le Sud” (OC III 1010). Ironically, it is she who makes the most of Ian’s difference, reminding him that he is not from “chez nous,” despite the fact that she is far from what she considers her home. Ian’s otherness is further developed during the first act of the play without it ever being attributed to his homosexuality. ” Regina proclaims: “Ce que je déteste en vous, c’est le mensonge” (OC III 1001).
The difference between didascalia and paratext is not entirely clear. This is not due to a lack of clarity in works dealing with didascalia and paratext (both Golopentia and Genette’s definitions are extremely precise), but to the independence of their works. Genette does not consider theatre when writing about paratext; Golopentia similarly takes little account of the novel when writing of theatre. These separations are not problematic for the literary theories themselves, but they do become so when considering plays and novels together, or when analyzing examples from either genre that do not fit squarely into the theories’ categories, as is the case with parts of Sud.
When Mac Clure offers help, Ian hopes that he will acknowledge his love for him without making Ian verbalize it. The second dialogue is all the more striking because of the note of irony: Mac Clure says resolutely that love is not a sin, which suggests that homosexual love is not even an idea in his devout, Protestant mind. While trying to comfort Ian, Mac Clure disappoints him by inadvertently revealing that he will never reciprocate Ian’s love. Later in a scene filled with double-entendres and misunderstood allusions to homosexuality, Ian’s words become increasingly telling.
Biblia patristica: Index des citations et allusions bibliques dans la litterature patristique Supplement: Philon D'Alexandrie by J. Allenbach, A. Benoit, D.A. bertrand, A. Hanriot-Coustet, P. Maraval, A. Pautler, P. Prigent
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