Le plagiat par anticipation
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Le plagiat par anticipation

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On ne cesse d'évoquer l'influence des écrivains et des artistes sur leurs successeurs, sans jamais envisager que l’inverse soit possible et que Sophocle ait plagié Freud, Voltaire Conan Doyle, ou Fra Angelico Jackson Pollock.
S’il est imaginable de s’inspirer de créateurs qui ne sont pas encore nés, il convient alors de réécrire entièrement l’histoire de la littérature et d...more
Paperback, 154 pages
Published January 15th 2009 by Les Éditions de Minuit
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Ben
The title refers to a new concept of plagiarism -- plagiarising not the works of the past, but those of the future. How can one plagiarise something that doesn't even exist yet? Bayard argues time is not necessarily linear, therefore it is possible to communicate with ideas that exist in what we typically call "future".
He gives several examples: Viktor Tausk and Freud (Freud was rather relieved when Tausk, his former favorite disciple, committed suicide... Guess why), Nietzsche and Freud, Trist...more
Meurs
Lecture stimulante, sur la possibilité d'un renversement chronologique des influences artistiques. Ce n'est pas seulement l'oeil du lecteur qui lui fait retrouver du Conan Doyle chez Voltaire, du Freud chez Sophocle - créant ainsi un troisième texte nourri de ses lectures - mais l'écrivain lui-même qui communiquerait avec ses suivants et leur emprunterait des concepts à naître. Certains auteurs seraient ainsi décalés dans leur époque et auraient loupé par anticipation leur place dans les courant...more
Chani
The concept is daring, if not really new, and there's some brilliant stuff but it's a bit pontificating and stretched at the end of the day.
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Pierre Bayard (born 1954) is a French author, professor of literature and connoisseur of psychology.

Bayard's recent book Comment parler des livres que l'on n'a pas lus?, or "How to talk about books you haven't read", is a bestseller in France and has received much critical attention in English language press.

A few of his books present revisionist readings of famous fictional mysteries. Not only do...more
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