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By Ray Bradbury

ISBN-10: 2207301265

ISBN-13: 9782207301265

Je chante le corps électrique (I Sing the physique electrical !) est un recueil de nouvelles de Ray Bradbury publié pour l. a. première fois aux États-Unis en 1969. Il est publié en France aux éditions Denoël en 1970 dans los angeles assortment Présence du futur.

Le recueil est constitué de dix-sept nouvelles et d'un poème.

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Gentry, Religion of the Grotesque, 129; The minor prophet Hosea is told to “take yourself a wife of harlotry” to shame Israel (Hos 1:1). Like Hosea, Motes “receives his redemption and purification in a way which seems unorthodox: he frequents the bed of a well-known prostitute” (Friedman 241). In both cases, this act “establishes the tone of unconventional prophecy” as both Motes and Hosea have sexual relationships with prostitutes which will become meaningful in their respective ministries (Friedman 241).

61 In many ways, O’Connor takes St. ”62 She is not interested in men of God who possess respectability and social standing. Her religious figures are not clean and respectable pillars of the community, as she avoids many of the typical clichés: the charismatic pastor of the mega-church, the scholarly seminarian, the affable priest; in fact, Hoover Shoats is a parody of these polished and likable religious leaders. Rather, O’Connor is interested in a radically different paradigm: the castaway prophets, those who live and preach on the fringes of society, or even the demons carrying God’s message—an archetype with a strong biblical precedent.

35 36 Wise Blood as a Primer 27 the first two” (CW 7, 59). Ironically, Christianity is the one thing Motes cannot escape as he is continuously identified as “an elderly country preacher” (CW 9). After the porter escorts him to his berth, Hazel imagines it as a coffin: “it looked as if it were closing. He lay there for a while not moving,” which makes him recall his grandfather’s coffin: They had left it propped open with a stick of kindling the night it had sat in the house with the old man in it, and Haze had watched from a distance, thinking: he ain’t going to let them shut it on him; when the time comes, his elbow is going to shoot into the crack.

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