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By Loïc Depecker

Ferdinand de Saussure (1857-1913) fonde l. a. linguistique moderne. On lui doit notamment les differences entre signifiant et signifié, langue et parole, et surtout l. a. thought de l'arbitraire du signe. Mais qu'en est-il exactement ? remark Saussure a-t-il conçu sa théorie linguistique ?

Le Cours de linguistique générale (1916), rédigé par ses disciples et paru après sa mort, sert de référence principale. Mais de ce Cours, Saussure n'a pas écrit une ligne.

l faut donc tout reprendre, en s'appuyant sur ses propres manuscrits, dont certains viennent d'être miraculeusement retrouvés. Et c'est, à bien des égards, un nouveau Saussure que l'auteur de ce livre nous fait découvrir.

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10 Hopkins uses the same imagery to suggest that perhaps God has put him through all his suffering in order to get rid of all that is impure (the chaff), so that what is left will be his grain, ‘sheer and clear’. The final image of the poem is highly dramatic. Like Jacob wrestling with the angel (or with God), the poet has, since he ‘kissed the rod’ (the rood, or Cross), been struggling with Christ, ‘the hero’. ’, shows a dawning realization, in Hopkins, that the dreadful struggles of ‘that night, that year’ in which all had been black for him, had been struggles with God.

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