Thematology has long been a topic of discussion for critics. This trend has been systematically perpetuated by Gaston Bachelard, and in particular by the Geneva School and its thematic critics. This type of critique is part of twentieth-century critique.
“Creative me” against “routine me” and the position and role of this “me” in the formation of all the works of an author, have received significant theories.
We will present a series of discussions in this regard with the presence of prominent professors and experts.