First, the essay discusses the most recurrent traits of the mother-daughter relationship of Irène Némirovsky’s novels, thus the “obsessive metaphors”, according to Charles Mauron’s expression, occurring in the analyzed novels are shown. The article is focused on the novels related to the relationship between the author and her mother: in those novels the mother-daughter relationship is really conflictual and sometimes it ends tragically. In novels like Le Bal, L’Ennemie, Jézabel, we can find adolescents who are becoming women and who come into conflict with their mothers, egoistic women that consider their daughters' growing up as a sign of ageing as well as a danger for their place in society. The daughters hate their mothers, but their behavior actually shows their need of love.

Haine et besoin d’amour. Le conflit mère/fille dans les romans d’Irène Némirovsky

lussone teresa manuela
2015

Abstract

First, the essay discusses the most recurrent traits of the mother-daughter relationship of Irène Némirovsky’s novels, thus the “obsessive metaphors”, according to Charles Mauron’s expression, occurring in the analyzed novels are shown. The article is focused on the novels related to the relationship between the author and her mother: in those novels the mother-daughter relationship is really conflictual and sometimes it ends tragically. In novels like Le Bal, L’Ennemie, Jézabel, we can find adolescents who are becoming women and who come into conflict with their mothers, egoistic women that consider their daughters' growing up as a sign of ageing as well as a danger for their place in society. The daughters hate their mothers, but their behavior actually shows their need of love.
Ce travail vise, en premier lieu, à rechercher les constantes dans la représentation des rapports mère/fille dans les romans d’Irène Némirovsky et, ensuite, à faire apparaître les « métaphores obsédantes », pour utiliser les mots de Charles Mauron, contenues dans ces textes. L’article se limite aux écrits dans lesquels on peut voir un reflet des rapports entre l’écrivaine et sa mère, qui coïncident avec les romans où nous retrouvons des relations mère/fille extrêmement conflictuelles, et qui ont même parfois des conséquences tragiques. Dans des romans comme L’Ennemie, Le Bal, Jézabel, des jeunes filles qui commencent à devenir femmes s’opposent à des mères égoïstes pour qui la croissance de leurs filles est un signe de leur vieillissement et donc une menace pour elles-mêmes. Les filles, de leur côté, détestent leurs mères, mais cette attitude est seulement la manifestation de leur besoin d’affection.
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