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Du papegau au perroquet : antonomase et parodie

Abstract : This article intends to study the link between antonomasia and parody based upon the use of two words : « papegau » (popinjay) and « perroquet » (parrot). What does the substitution of one sign with the other actually mean and to what extent does the antonomasia have a parodic potential ? And lastly, is the parrot a preferred parodic figure ?
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Patricia Victorin. Du papegau au perroquet : antonomase et parodie. Cahiers de Recherches Médiévales et Humanistes / Journal of Medieval and Humanistic Studies, Classiques Garnier, 2008, La tentation du parodique dans la littérature médiévale, 15, pp.145-166. ⟨hal-01195656⟩