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Abstract


THE EARTH'S OUTCASTS : MARGINAL CHARACTERS IN JEAN-MARIE GUSTAVE LE CLEZIO’S FISH OF GOLD
Crowned with the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2008, Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio is, in contemporary French literature, one of the writers who draws attention with his interest and sympathy for lost civilizations and Third World countries. Coming originally from a family with large land in Mauritius but born in France, Le Clézio has always been aware of his two origins, and although he feels torn between the colony and the metropolis and he reveals his anticolonial attitude in his novels. While his marginal characters in his show, on the one hand, his sympathy for the whole humanity, they, on the other hand, attract our attention as the critics of his anti-colonial attitude. In this work, we will try to focus on the love for humanity, anti-colonialism and the criticism of the Western world (including America) that Le Clézio undertakes to reflect through marginal characters in his novels. We will draw our attention to the struggles of surviving by Le Clézio’s marginal characters as a result of the great deprivations, bad conditions, humiliations, abuses, harassments and in the spiritual depressions caused by inhumane treatment. We hope that the writings of certain theorists such as Aimé Césaire, Frantz Fanon and Edward Said and certain sociological works done on marginality will guide us while preparing our work.

Keywords
Le Clézio, marginal, Western World, exploitation, poverty.


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