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Marie NDiayeBlankness and Recognition$

Andrew Asibong

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9781846319464

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: May 2014

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9781846319464.001.0001

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Source:
Marie NDiaye
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Liverpool University Press
Abraham, Nicolas 26–27, 140
Académie Française 10
addiction 54, 64
Adjani, Isabelle 135
affectlessness 13, 43–44
Agamben, Giorgio 20–21, 58, 72
aliveness 71, 91–92, 104, 116, 141, 151, 171, 172, 216n3
Aminel, Georges 218n1
angels 39, 108, 147, 174
Angot, Christine 219n5
anorexia 45–46, 124, 145, 160, 214n13
Apostrophes (television show) 42–43
Arnould-Bloomfield, Elisabeth 83, 216n10
attachment theory 48–49
Aubry, Martine 12
automata see zombification
bad objects 166, 222n13
Bartmann, Sarah 119
Barrie, J. M.
Peter Pan 150
Baudelaire, Charles 42, 215n20
Bayser, Clotilde de 126
Beauvoir, Simone de 218n26
Beckett, Samuel 9, 48, 174, 210n3, 215n17, 221n2
En attendant Godot 113, 117
Fin de partie 128
Behar, Clarissa 56, 100, 218n27
Bélier-García, Frédéric 109
Bengsch, Daniel 215n23
Berlin 12, 70, 73, 137, 221n1
Bernstein, Michèle 10
Bersani, Leo 210n3
Besand, Vanessa 213n21
Bion, Wilfred 174, 221n2
container function 91, 98, 143–144
‘K’ 16, 212n13
learning from experience 93
maternal reverie 130, 173
‘O’ 222n2
bisexuality 74, 96, 128
‘blancness’ 19–23, 171–172
blank mourning 24–25, 41, 65
Bollas, Christopher 215n28
Bordeaux 28, 94, 96, 216n6
Bourg-la-Reine 6
breast 60, 98, 108
Breitman, Zabou 109
Brive-la-Gaillarde 73
Bulgakov, Mikhail
The Master and Margarita 48
Burnautzki, Sarah 10, 100, 217n13, 217n21, 218n27
Butler, Judith 109
capitalism 48, 52, 108, 110
caricature 58, 128–129
Carroll, Lewis 65
Carter, Kevin 220n14
Cendrey, Jean-Yves 12, 70, 86, 109, 211n11, 221n3
Cervantes, Miguel de
(p.241) Don Quixote 55, 83
child abuse 26, 57, 62, 76–79, 81, 86–87, 89, 109, 112, 129–132, 141, 142–144, 148, 150, 165
children’s literature 144–145, 161–167
Chion, Michel 220n20
Choplin, Olivia J. 112
Cixous, Hélène 122
class consciousness 102, 134–136, 137, 147
Clifford, Lucie
‘The New Mother’ 212n17
Cohn-Bendit, Daniel 12
Comédie-Française, La 1, 12, 31, 33, 69, 109, 219n1
community 72, 80–81, 92, 216n3
Connan-Pintado, Christiane 161
Confucius 69
corporeality 10, 16, 74, 98–99, 100, 127, 216n8
Cottenet-Hage, Madeleine 11
Cottille-Foley, Nora 213n3, 215n18, 216n11
Crépu, Michel 70
Cronenberg, David 212n18
dark mother fantasy 59–60, 215n22
Darrieussecq, Marie 210n4, 215n1, 221n5
Delanoë, Bertrand 13
Denis, Claire 70, 137, 216n2
depression 37, 41–42, 44, 47, 60, 67–68, 104, 130–131, 150, 160, 163, 167, 212n16
Deutsch, Helene
as-if personality 17
Devil, the 28, 49–50, 52, 91
disintegration 35, 61, 63, 67, 71, 82–83, 111, 145, 152
disorganized attachment 106, 157–158
dissociation 29, 37–38, 50–51, 56–59, 84–85, 106, 152
Dolto, Françoise 220n20
Duras, Marguerite 9, 48, 122, 211n9, 216n2
Dutoit, Ulysse 210n3
Eaton, Pauline 217n17, 217n22
Edwards, Richey James 32
Eigen, Michael 165
Electra 46, 47
Ellis, Brett Easton 83
Ellison, Ralph 56
Engel, André 118, 123
Esterson, Aaron 106
Fairbairn, Ronald 117, 166
fairy tale 145, 146
family romances 213n5
Fanon, Frantz 121, 135, 212n15
fantastic, the 5, 28–30, 35, 63, 67–68, 113
Faulkner, William 217n24
fetishism 15, 47
Figaro, Le (newspaper) 10
Flaubert, Gustave 64, 83, 99, 103, 145, 155, 212n18, 218n26
Fletcher, John 100
Fourton, Maud 82
Frank, Anne 32
Freud, Sigmund 15–16, 18, 92, 112, 140, 142, 213n7, 217n16
friendship 39–40, 61, 92, 135, 149
frustration 40–41, 50–51
Gaiman, Neil 212n17
Gallimard 137, 211n9
Ganzin, Julie 221n6
García Márquez, Gabriel 84, 216n12
Garner, Lydia Holt 212n13
gender 48, 50–51, 52–53
(p.242) Genet, Jean 215n17
ghosts see spectrality
ghouls see vampirism
Giovacchini, Peter L.
blank self 17–18
Gish, Lillian 42
Goffman, Erving 29
Golden, Thelma 213n2
Green, André 24–25, 41–42, 55, 65, 106, 127, 212n16
Grimm Brothers 145
Guadeloupe 49, 73, 85
Guibert, Hervé 214n15, 219n5
guilt 166
Guntrip, Harry 14
Hallward, Peter 222n2
Haneke, Michael 134
happy endings 99, 162, 167, 218n25
hell 49, 54, 128
Hill, Leslie 34
Hitchcock, Alfred
Birds, The 214n14
Marnie 107, 214n14
Psycho 48, 52, 214n14
Rebecca 214n14
Vertigo 214n14
Hoffmann, E.T.A 65, 215n26
Holocaust, the 221n1
homosexuality 74, 96, 149
hospitality 215n24
Hottentot Venus see Bartmann, Sarah
Hughes, Langston 218n24
Huppert, Isabelle 216n2
infanticide 47, 52, 119
infantilization 40–41, 50–51, 65, 112, 145–146, 156
Ionesco, Eugène 122
Ippolito, Christophe 100, 218n26
Inrockuptibles, Les (magazine) 70
intelligence 60–61, 140–141, 151, 164
integration 9, 61, 63
irony 57
Jambet, Christian 222n2
James, Henry 33, 212n18
Jesus Christ 91, 152, 154
Job, Book of 93
Jordan, Shirley 100, 215n24, 222n1
Jung, Carl 144, 221n2
Kafka, Franz 5, 33, 34, 55, 66, 83, 122, 215n19
Kane, Sarah 112, 122
Keats, John
negative capability 171
Kessous, Guila Clara 219n4
King, Stephen 215n19
Klein, Melanie 108
Kubrick, Stanley 175
Lacan, Jacques 211n12
Lafayette, Mme de 11
Laing, R. D. 106
Lakanal Lycée 9
Laplanche, Jean 220n19
Larsen, Nella 56, 217n24
Laughton, Charles
Night of the Hunter, The 42
Leclair, Bertrand 11
Lepape, Pierre 1, 10, 82
liberalism 117–118, 125, 135
Libération (newspaper) 10, 69, 215n1
Lindon, Irène 220n16
Lindon, Jérôme 9, 49–50, 211n9, 220n16
Lindon, Mathieu 220n16
Lindon, Vincent 220n16
liquefaction see disintegration
logorrhoea 43–44, 114
loneliness 37–42, 55, 166–167
Lorca, Federico García 154, 219n10
Lynch, David 172, 210n1, 212n18, 220n20, 222n1
Makward, Christiane 11
Manic Street Preachers 69
Mannoni, Octave 112
masochism 58, 156
materterality see aunts
matricide 43, 44, 46–47
(p.243) >Medea 47
mère morte, la see dead mother complex
metamorphosis 29, 48, 63–64
métissage see mixed-race identity
Meurée, Christophe 111
Miller, Alice 34, 140
Minuit, Les Éditions de 9, 43, 48, 211n9
Mitchell, Juliet 1
Mitterand, Frédéric 12
mixed-race identity 8, 18–23, 105, 106–108, 218n1
Modell, Arnold 170
Molière 2, 7
‘moja sestra’ syndrome 213n9
Monde, Le (newspaper) 10
Monroe, Marilyn 214n10
Moorjani, Angela 174
Morrison, Toni
Beloved 118
The Bluest Eye 56
Moudileno, Lydie 10, 12, 33, 55, 82, 100, 211n10, 218n27
muteness 2–3, 88–89, 118
Myrrha 105
Nadja 161
NDiaye, Marie, works
Autoportrait en vert 16, 27, 49, 68, 70, 142, 146, 154–160, 170, 205–207
Comédie classique 11, 33, 35, 42–47, 50, 151–152, 177, 216n5
Diablesse et son enfant, La 118, 146, 161–162, 208
En famille 5, 9, 13, 20–22, 24, 26, 27, 28, 32, 33, 44, 48, 49, 55–62, 69, 71, 74, 80, 86, 137, 142, 151, 175, 178–181
Femme changée en bûche, La 7, 22, 28, 33, 35, 47–55, 63, 71, 135, 142, 144, 177–178
‘Garçons, Les’ 146, 150–152, 202–203
Grandes Personnes, Les 86, 109, 112, 113, 137–141, 143, 164, 199–200
‘Jour du Président, Le’ 145, 201
Ladivine 9, 21–22, 30, 69, 72, 74, 100, 171–174, 192–195, 215n22
Mon cœur à l’étroit 9, 15–16, 28, 44, 59, 63, 71, 80, 92–99, 120, 128, 137, 143, 153, 164, 170, 186–189, 213n8
‘Mon quatrième roman’ 7
‘Mort de Claude François, La’ 146, 148–150, 202
Naufragée, La 48, 145, 204–205
Papa doit manger 1, 3, 12, 27, 30, 33, 43, 69, 70, 109, 113, 118, 122–128, 131, 143, 144, 197–198, 219n2
Paradis de Prunelle, Les 146, 162–164, 208–209, 210n2
Providence 27, 118–122, 131, 143, 196–197
Quant au riche avenir 9, 30, 32, 33–34, 36–42, 49, 102, 152–153, 176–177
‘Révélation’ 146, 153–154, 203
Rien d’humain 27, 120, 133–136, 137, 143, 144, 199, 219n2
Rosie Carpe 1, 17, 24, 25–26, 27, 30, 33, 48, 49, 69, 70, 71, 81–92, 137, 142, 183–186
Serpents, Les 111, 112, 113, 120, 128–133, 198
‘Sœurs, Les’ 8, 9, 19–21, 169–170, 203–204, 213n4
Sorcière, La 7, 17, 43, 59, 70, 71, 74, 75–81, 142, 144, 182–183
Souhait, Le 146, 164–167, 205
‘Tous mes amis’ 146–148, 201
Tous mes amis 145, 146–154
Trois femmes puissantes 11, 12, 16, 27, 30, 33, 49, 69, 71, 72, 74, (p.244) 99–108, 137, 143, 189–191
Un temps de saison 17, 24, 35, 62–68, 71, 86, 150, 181–182
‘Un voyage’ 200–201, 220n13
‘Une journée de Brulard’ 146, 152–153, 203
White Material 70, 137, 220n17
Y penser sans cesse 128, 143, 207–208
Ndiaye, Pap 6, 8, 210n5, 211n8
Nero 220n11
Nerval, Gérard de 155
Nimier, Marie 210n4
Noah, Yannick 13
nourishment see feeding
Oates, Joyce Carol
Blonde 214n10
ogres 97, 107, 113, 128, 131
Orpheus 47
Othello 123, 219n1
Ouagadougou 160
Papon, Maurice 97
paranoia 29
Parent, Anne Martine 100, 216n8
passing 19, 217n24
passivity 60, 63–64, 76–77, 92
perfection 30, 34, 151–152
perversion 15
Perton, Christophe 113
photography 31, 160, 221n6
Pithiviers 6, 221n1
Pivot, Bernard 42–43
Poe, Edgar Allan 1, 93
Polanski, Roman
Rosemary’s Baby 74, 217n21
pornography 67, 86–88
post-blackness 213n2
postmodernism 6, 35, 48, 70, 212n18
prizes
Grand Prix du Théâtre 12, 110
Man Booker International 12, 100
Prix Femina 11, 33, 69
Prix Goncourt 11, 33, 69, 100, 109
prostitution 61, 64–65, 102, 120–121, 150–152
Proust, Marcel 7, 33–34, 38, 210n7, 212n18
psychotherapy 14–18, 119–120, 141, 164, 170, 211n12, 220n20, 222n2
Rabaté, Dominique 70, 110, 215n27
Racine, Jean
Bérénice 169
Iphigénie 220n11
Phèdre 125
Radiguet, Raymond 32
Raoult, Eric 12–13, 69
rape 26, 53, 57, 87, 118, 136, 141
Redonnet, Marie 210n4
republicanism 8, 9, 73–74, 100
Resnais, Alain 118, 210n3, 216n2
revolutionary violence 30, 108, 134–136
Rice, Ben
Pobby and Dingan 162
Richard, Jean-Pierre 213n1
Rimbaud, Arthur 32
Riva, Emmanuelle 216n2
Rivette, Jacques 220n11
Robbe-Grillet, Alain 9
Romero, George A.
Night of the Living Dead 90, 217n21
Season of the Witch 212n20
Ross, Ciaran 210n3
Roth, Philip 218n24
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques 7, 210n7
Roussillon, Jean-Paul 218n1
Royal, Ségolène 12–13
Ruhe, Cornelia 212n14, 221n8
(p.245) Sade, Marquis de 57, 97, 136
sadism 9, 57–58
Sangaré, Bakary 123
Sarkozy, Nicolas 12
Sartre, Jean-Paul 212n14
schizoid phenomena see dissociation
Segal, Hanna 73
Segal, Naomi 218n26
Sekoff, Jed 4
Seligman, Eva 212n19
Senegal 7, 13, 49, 107
Sévigné, Mme de 11
shamanism 91, 132, 141, 164
shame 18–23, 62, 118, 212n14, 219n9
Sheringham, Michael 56, 216n6, 217n20
sibling relationships 19–21, 162–164
slavery 94, 115, 118, 219n4
soul death 37, 55, 63
splitting 4, 8–9, 13, 15, 29, 35, 37, 44, 48, 50–51, 57–58, 84–85
symbolization 72–73, 136
Suhrawardi 222n2
suicide 34, 44, 49, 62–63, 85, 167, 220n14
Suleiman, Susan Rubin 15
syntax 3, 9, 33, 50, 71, 82–83
Tavistock Clinic 221n2
teaching profession 62, 89, 111, 112, 138, 147, 217n20
Teko-Agbo, Ambroise K. 56
theatre 30, 109–141
Thomas, Dominic 100, 211n11
Thuram, Lilian, 13
Torok, Maria 26–27, 140
Tourneur, Jacques
Cat People 214n9
transgenerational toxicity 23–28, 30, 62, 71–72, 131–132, 140, 212n18
transitional objects 174
Turner, J. M. W. 145, 221n3
uncanny, the 29–30, 173
vampirism 3, 111
Vieux-Chauvet, Marie 99, 218n26
Villa Medicis 10
Waters, John 48
whiteness 8, 61, 82, 125, 127–128, 165
Winnicott, Donald 14, 34–35, 40, 50–51, 156, 170–171, 212n16, 213n7
false self 17, 55, 121, 125, 152
true self 102–103
Winterson, Jeanette 168
Woolf, Virginia 122
Zulawski, Andrzej
Possession 135–136