LA SIRÈNE, I ou A : PRAGMATIQUE D'UN MYTHE

Abstract : This study attempts to show that the desire for transgression is strongly anchored in human. However, the social order cannot exist without banned because absolute freedom would lead to a surge of violence which the forbidden ails to counter. There is no absolute ban. Therefore, this study tends to prove that the woman is at the center of a banned which refers to covetousness. It is to illustrate these positions that we use the myth of mermaid in its version of the south-West Madagascar
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Jean Robert Rakotomalala. LA SIRÈNE, I ou A : PRAGMATIQUE D'UN MYTHE. International Book Market Service LTD. Les actes de langage, 2018, Narrativité, performativité et délocutivité généralisées, 9787- 620 - 2 - 28624 - 4. ⟨hal-01231365⟩

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