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Moreover, all three texts introduce clihces cliche into an overall system designed to construct a representa- tional illusion. A Theory of Aesthetic Response. The relation with the “deja-dit,” the already said, draws both text and reader into a “common place” and enables ryth worn-out figure to activate various reading operations.

Some might read into this passage an appeal to pity, the sign of misfortune. The quince is the dry, hard fruit that Madame H, the heiress, has become: It helps the reader get his bearings and models his attitude and expec- tations along familiar horizons.

The work of M. All have been taken from a descriptive context, and the cliches in them refer to a woman’s complexion. Are we to assume that every deciphering obediently traces the route a specific strategy dictates? From this perspective, let us briefly reconsider the passage from Madame Bovary.

Recherches pour une simanalyse. It then appears to be something that dis-originates: She was pale all over, white as a sheet. Goodreads helps you keep amowsy of books you want to read.

Once a familiar stock figure loses its exemplary nature, it is subject to a reception organized along the axis of new and old, original and trite, the unheard-of and the oft-said. Paulhan, Traite’ des amowsy. Far from imposing a single meaning on the reader, the reading program accommodates itself to a plurality of meanings.

Amer Alobeidli marked clixhes as to-read Nov 22, Rather than a simple 43 Ruth Amossy logic of a system, we should speak here of the logic of History. When brought together, these two models create a tension which, instead of being resolved, prompts questions concerning the place of Meaning, Truth, and the Subject.


Riffa- terre is of particular interest on this topic Riffaterre, First published in In both cases, however, the cliche posits a relation with a pre-existing discourse-anonymous and blurred talk, the insistent buzz of social discourse cf.

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John Ford is currently reading it Nov 29, Essais de stylistique structurale. The reader is then invited to follow the transformations undergone by the fixed element ‘jaune comme un coing” in the new context. Favors Identification The cliche is a familiar element encompassing the realm of ” every one”; it insures a circular relationship between “I” and “you. This type of cliche has been called a “mimetic” cliche. The clichejaune clihces un coing, “yellow as a quince,” can become the object of a second, amozsy reading by virtue of its relation to a figure mealy fruit that have lost both their flavor and juice retroactively projected onto the cliche.

In other words, a reading can thwart textual strategies by organizing its own strategies by selecting and combining a cliche’s potential functions differently. Of course, we could dispense with Flaubert’s “undecidability” and isolate either the axis of representation as in traditional readings ammossy, or the critical axis the so-called “modernist” attitude.

Ruth Amossy, The Clich in the Reading Process

Published by Eudeba first published By attempting to delimit the various functions that the cliche can perform in relation to the reader, this typology will indicate the cliche’s ability to shape -or simply engage or rein- force -different reading attitudes. Precisely because of its mechanical nature, however, it may amoszy be immediately assimi- lated before its triteness is even noticed.


Editions du Seuil, It convinces the reader of the gap between discourse and Truth and between discourse and the real. Within a framework in which creation was imita- tion and the individual was in harmony with the collective in a “common place” where values held to be universal were exchanged, repetition was not judged in term’s of difference.

The sense that cliches are signs of the stereotypical stems from an histori- cally dated attitude. In no way, however, does it make a prior judg- ment of the cliche’s value. Melody added it Jan 07, Engages Intertextual Operations An intentionally obvious cliche reminds the reader of the pre-existent dis- course from which it was taken.

Both its verisimilar effect and its ability, as a quotation, to set apart and de- mystify are exploited. A threadbare figure can help direct the reading; it shapes the receiver’s attitude towards the text it belongs to, as well as towards the social discourse it exemplifies.

Language in the Fantastic [pp. The cliche points not to the real, but to language, which both reductively and inevitably mediates all ref- erences to reality.

The reader is trapped in a dizzying movement between construction and deconstruction: In other words, a single cliche, by definition, can give rise to two contrary attitudes. The Johns Hopkins University Press, A trite metaphor or stock figure may be denounced for its faded stylistic effect: It does not, however, indicate its product or offer an interpretation.

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