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La quête d’identité dans «Un Homme qui Dort» de Georges Perec
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Born in 1936, one of the most different writers of French literature, Georges Perec was orphaned at an early age: his father died in the Second World War, his mother disappeared in a concentration camp. As a member of the Oulipo group, he wrote a wide variety of pieces with wordplay that were related to each other with a common theme: tracks of his own life. The subject of my work, A Man Asleep which contains many items about his life, treats the concept of fragmented individual as a fundamental problem. With this approach, we will examine the fragmentation of the personality of the individual who gradually falls into it and becomes intensely uncommunicative