Notes on the Autobiography

I give these notes on the autobiography as they are, without trying to mask their discontinuity with an explicit link, the inconsistency being sometimes, as R. Barthes says, preferable to the order which distorts "E" and rules of the game.Any literary text is closed to be an act, from the double point of view of the writer and the reader, that is to say that it must involve in the author of "overwhelming consequences" (A. Gide) and influence his life by modifying, through an uncompromising analysis, his outlook on himself, at the same timethat his relationship with others, whose gaze on him is enriched by all the more.