Most thinkers termed post-structuralist, as well as the legitimating struggles and heated debates, were prominent until about the s.
Jacques Derrida analyzes these novels in his book Dissemination. Sollers then attempted to counter the high seriousness of Nombres by producing in Lois which featured greater linguistic vitality through the use of wordplay and a less formal style.
The direction taken by Lois was developed through the heightened rhythmic intensity of unpunctuated texts such as Paradis Philippe Sollers in Bordeaux in the homestead park in with his mother and his sister Annie. They offer the reader a clear fictional study of the society in which he or she lives by reinterpreting, among other things, the role of politics, media, sex, religion, and the arts.
From the late s on, he studied Chinese and employed ideograms increasingly in his writings. He especially exemplifies this view in the subtitle of Lois, a Chinese ideogram representing both "France" and "Law.
Vocalisation, or his preference for the spoken word, has always been a priority for Sollers. The combination of music, voice and theater is especially found in opera.
The kind of opera associated with Sollers should properly be called opera bouffe because of its sense of humour and love of irony: In many ways Sollers is doing the work of the opera bouffe or drama giocoso in his novels since Women Since Lois, the writing is musical: In JanuarySollers gave a lecture to an international symposium on Joyce, claiming Finnegans Wake as "the most formidable anti-fascist book produced between the two wars".
Since both were educated by JesuitsJoyce and Sollers have strong ties to Catholicism. The novel Paradis has a particular flavour because the narrator is similar to a troubadour singing the story of postmodern times. The self seems to disappear as word games, puns, neologisms and misspellings create a text that is hallucinatory and humorous in its juxtaposition of seemingly incongruous words and phrases.
There are constant references to orchestras and symphonies, thus suggesting that there is an innate structure to what appears at first glance to be a chaotic text.
There is a rhythm, very much like radar or sonar, according to which the text responds to its need to enjoy itself and also to reproduce itself. The physical drives and desires of the human body lead it toward variations of paradise.
His novels Femmes and Portrait de joueur have achieved a certain popularity. In his writing, Sollers has a place of predilection, a place that unites together the whole of his personal pantheon: In intimate experiences, expression, erudition, Sollers reveals the splendours of the Serenissima in a very personal Dictionnaire amoureux de Venise In Sollers published Passion fixea love story both immoral and moral.
In he published Une vie divine. The narrator, a professor of philosophy, is entrusted with the task of discovering a world philosophy that would not exclude the religious dimension of humanity. Through his research and discussions with the two women in his life one intellectual and the other frivolous he discovers that only one thinker is strong enough to found a project of world philosophy: In this novel, Philippe Sollers rises against contemporary nihilism — literature which he sees as locked into misfortune and melancholy — to which he contrasts promises of life and happiness.
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