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Gil Gonzalez (Teoria y critica) have recognized in the priority they give to discursive and metadiscursive enunciation.
As Gil Gonzalez has pointed out ("Autobiografia"), with this comes a new problematic for metapoetic enunciation, also of importance for a theory of autobiographical writing and pacts.
Furthermore, we would sometimes see a complementary rotation that poetic enunciation could induce through varied mechanisms--no less than the rotation of the syntactic plane which defines subjectivity, not as "interpretation based on personal feelings" but rather, as "condition of subject.
In short, all these tendencies imply a different critical attitude and a different interaction leading to an other form of critical enunciation and that can bring about a convergence at some point with--and this is what is most relevant--poetic-critical practice itself.
Firstly, because in spite of everything--for example, despite their aim to find support within a theory of the subject, the voice and otherness, in short, of enunciation and performativity--these other perspectives often share formalist and structuralist narratological premises, questioning the importance of the real and its representation and thereby resisting separation from the diegetic plane.
This table highlights the fact that Benveniste's initial opposition of enunciations hides a tri-partition involving a combination of an enunciation criterion (enunciation position) and a narratological criterion (diegesis): an autonomous diegesis ("story enunciation"), a linked diegesis (discursive enunciation), and direct interaction (discursive enunciation).
In all the preceding enunciations of this third part, two temporal sub-systems are competing: the present sub-system (PP-PRES-FUT) and the past sub-system (PLP-SP/ IMP-COND).
The validity of the enunciations in the defining PR and gnomic PR modes is fully open; it involves the past, the present, and the future.
Some have explained these often unpredictable transitions as being the result of a switch between, a telescoping, of two different types of narration, two enunciation points of view of the narrator (linked diegesis and autonomous diegesis).
Enunciation and narratological typology of Burkinabe novels