International Journal of

Arts , Humanities & Social Science

ISSN 2693-2547 (Print) , ISSN 2693-2555 (Online)
Instances Narratives Et La Dénonciation Des Pouvoirs Socio-Phallocratiques Dans Rebelle De Fatou Keïta

Abstract


Every reader is moved by reading the intrigues on the condition of the black woman in rebel by the Ivorian Fatou Kéïta. Our choice for this novel is particularly caused by the fact that this work exposes the shocking life of the protagonist who revolts against the system established by retrograde traditions and its adverse impact on the culture and religion of black Africa. This study makes use of narratology, also known as the narrative voice or narrative context as theoretical frame work. A critical reading of selected novel rebel Fatou Keita was made. We reviewed the status of the subject areas about writers and narratology by using the theory of the work of Gérard Genette, model Lucie Guillemette and Cynthia Levesque. An inventory of narrative structures that denounce the oppressive powers in the novel was drawn for analysis. Subsequently, we proposed a statistical representation of simple percentage on analytical categories of the techniques for denouncing negative powers of traditions. The work revealed that the author made use of various narrative techniques to expose the socio-cultural injustices of the community in particular and Africa in general. The most prominent are: free indirect discourse and especially the interior monologues that expose stigmatizing abuses, oppression of men, that is to say, the subjugation of women caused by the patriarchal society. The study also revealed that the dialogues have severely condemned other ailments such as imperialism, racism, rape, forced marriage and female circumcision. The study also identified violence, a common element to all the stories as a way to protest against the cruel powers. The study has established the fact that narratology is a viable tool to highlight writers messages