By Christian Moncelet
À los angeles fois somme érudite et réjouissant florilège, le livre de Christian Moncelet inventorie les principales reasons, cibles et conséquences du comique. Il en scrute les finalités et les formes, les motivations et les motifs, tout au lengthy d'un voyage stimulant qui nous transporte de mot en mot.
Il s'agit bien ici du « français retrouvé » — celui d'autrefois (avec ses cassade, lampons, lardon, raffarde) — mais aussi du français mouvant et émouvant, imprévisible et enjoué, dans lequel chacun peut « se retrouver », ici et maintenant (avec ses barje, déjanté, trash, vanne…), sans crispation sur les frontières et les ségrégations normées. Le comique dans tous ses états, donc.
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