From writing under production to the finished product

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The study of manuscripts allows us to analyze the initial materialization of textuality, that is, the way in which text mass/material is built up, then the way in which an actual text is constructed that can then be turned into a book. This issue raises several questions: By what process are the enunciative forms constructed&#63; Given the diachrony of the graphic delinearization brought about by successive additions and revisions, how does the author maintain enunciative linearity&#63;Through the analysis of the manuscripts of Pascal Quignard, Emile Benveniste and Ferdinand de Saussure, we show that while the product of the writing act is <i>always</i> linear, the writing process is <i>never</i> linear.


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