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1. Regazzi, Jean. Un homme qui ?crit au cin?ma : Providence ou les films de Resnais comme machines ? lire des romans : A Man Who Writes in Films : Providence or Resnais? Cinema as a Typereader for Novels.

Degree: Docteur es, ?tudes cin?matographiques et audiovisuelles, 2009, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris III

Hormis son dernier film en date, Resnais a toujours refus? d?adapter des romans tout en ne travaillant, durant de nombreuses ann?es, qu?avec des ?crivains avant tout romanciers. Premier de ses films ? avoir ?t? ?crit par un dramaturge de formation, Providence (1977) met pourtant en sc?ne un vieil ?crivain malade et alcoolique en train d?imaginer les sc?nes tour ? tour horrifiques et comiques d?un ultime roman dont les h?ros ne sont autres que ses proches. Ce paradoxe fonde le pr?sent essai, centr? sur un film d?une rare exactitude en mati?re de cr?ation litt?raire et dont la structure en diptyque met ? nu les rapports de la fiction et du r?el. R?habilitant la notion de ? cin?ma litt?raire ? tout en faisant ?clater le cadre trop r?ducteur de l?adaptation et en posant le r?cit et non le spectacle comme enjeu majeur chez Resnais, cette ?tude explore les liens plus intimes existant entre les livres et les films. Permettant de revenir sur des romanciers fondamentaux de la modernit? tels que Melville, Proust et Faulkner, la machine cin?matographique de Resnais trouve peut-?tre dans leurs textes son meilleur usage. Et c?est ainsi que, employ? dans toute son active sp?cularit?, Providence r?v?le les profondes affinit?s qu?entretiennent l??criture et le suicide. Tourment? par celui de son ?pouse qu?il pose au centre d?une histoire o? les vieillards, chang?s en loups-garous, sont parqu?s dans les stades d?extermination d?un ?tat de terreur, du fond de son manoir nocturne de Providence, le grant?crivain et path?tique d?miurge s?escrime ? nous faire peur avec sa propre agonie : c?est peut-?tre ce qui fait de lui le plus v?ridique de tous les auteurs abym?s au cin?ma.

AApart from his latest film Resnais has always been reluctant about the adaptation of novels despite working for many years exclusively with writers who were mainly novelists. However, Providence (1977), his first film ever to have been written by a professional playwright, stages an elderlywriter, sick and alcoholic, in the course of imagining scenes, alternating between the horrific and the comic, of an ultimate novel the heroes of which are none other than his own next of kin. This paradox constitutes the core of the present essay which is centered around a film of rare precision regarding the literary creation, and its diptycal structure provides a deep insight into the links of fiction and reality. By rehabilitating the notion of ?literary cinema?, while bursting the far too limiting frame of adaptation, and while presenting the storytelling rather than the showing as Resnais? major engagement, the present analysis explores the more intimate relations between books and films. While enabling the return to fundamental novelists of modernity such as Melville, Proust and Faulkner, Resnais? cinematographic machine may find in their texts its most efficient use. Through its active mise en abyme Providence reveals the profound affinities between writing novels and committing suicide. Tormented by his wife?s suicide which he places in the centre of a story where the…

Advisors/Committee Members: Leutrat, Jean-Louis (thesis director).

Subjects/Keywords: Resnais; Cin?ma; Roman; Adaptation; Proust; Faulkner; Melville; Suicide; Resnais; Cinema; Novel; Adaptation; Proust; Faulkner; Melville; Suicide

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APA (6th Edition):

Regazzi, J. (2009). Un homme qui ?crit au cin?ma : Providence ou les films de Resnais comme machines ? lire des romans : A Man Who Writes in Films : Providence or Resnais? Cinema as a Typereader for Novels. (Doctoral Dissertation). Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris III. Retrieved from http://www.theses.fr/2009PA030018

Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition):

Regazzi, Jean. “Un homme qui ?crit au cin?ma : Providence ou les films de Resnais comme machines ? lire des romans : A Man Who Writes in Films : Providence or Resnais? Cinema as a Typereader for Novels.” 2009. Doctoral Dissertation, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris III. Accessed April 21, 2019. http://www.theses.fr/2009PA030018.

MLA Handbook (7th Edition):

Regazzi, Jean. “Un homme qui ?crit au cin?ma : Providence ou les films de Resnais comme machines ? lire des romans : A Man Who Writes in Films : Providence or Resnais? Cinema as a Typereader for Novels.” 2009. Web. 21 Apr 2019.

Vancouver:

Regazzi J. Un homme qui ?crit au cin?ma : Providence ou les films de Resnais comme machines ? lire des romans : A Man Who Writes in Films : Providence or Resnais? Cinema as a Typereader for Novels. [Internet] [Doctoral dissertation]. Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris III; 2009. [cited 2019 Apr 21]. Available from: http://www.theses.fr/2009PA030018.

Council of Science Editors:

Regazzi J. Un homme qui ?crit au cin?ma : Providence ou les films de Resnais comme machines ? lire des romans : A Man Who Writes in Films : Providence or Resnais? Cinema as a Typereader for Novels. [Doctoral Dissertation]. Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris III; 2009. Available from: http://www.theses.fr/2009PA030018

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