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Résonances d'ÉchoRésonances d’Écho, Polysèmes 20 (2018), coordonné par Marie Laniel, Laetitia Sansonetti, Aurélie Thiria-Meulemans, contributeurs : Florence Klein, Michel Briand, Aurélie Thiria-Meulemans, Maxime Leroy, Philip Hardie, Pascal Aquien, Georges Letissier, Marie Laniel, Françoise Dupeyron-Lafay, Céline Lochot, Céline Prest, Pascale Tollance, Mario Aquilina, Fanny Quément, Camille Fort.




 

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Genre en séries - numéro 8Femmes et féminités en évolution dans le cinéma et les séries anglophones
Genre en séries : cinéma, télévision, médias, numéro 8 (2018), coordonné par Marianne Kac-Vergne
Contributrices : Clémentine Tholas, Émilie Herbert, Camille Dupuy, Barbara Dupont, Anne Sweet, Fanny Beuré






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The Wagon Moves"The Wagon Moves": New Essays on William Faulkner's As I Lay Dying
Cycnos n°3422018
Responsables du numéro : Frédérique Spill, Gérald Préher et Marie Liénard-Yeterian
Broché - format : 15,5 x 24 cm, 250 pages
Langue : Français, Langue bilingue : English
ISBN : 978-2-343-14909-7
Publié en 1930, As I Lay Dying est un roman dont les facettes sont aussi multiples que les voix de ceux qui interviennent tout au long des cinquante-neuf monologues qui le composent. Faulkner décrivait ce roman comme un « tour de force », écrit de manière fulgurante et dont la technique narrative éclatée reflétait la mise en péril d'une famille, après le décès de la mère. Ces contributions montrent la richesse du texte Faulknérien et invitent à de nombreuses explorations d'une histoire désormais canonique.
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Couverture International MigrationInternational Migrations in the Victorian Era
Edited by Marie Ruiz
Brill, 2018, 564 pages
On account of its remarkable reach as well as its variety of schemes and features, migration in the Victorian era is a paramount chapter of the history of worldwide migrations and diasporas. Indeed, Victorian Britain was both a land of emigration and immigration. International Migrations in the Victorian Era covers a wide range of case studies to unveil the complexity of transnational circulations and connections in the 19th century. Combining micro- and macro-studies, this volume looks into the history of the British Empire, 19th century international migration networks, as well as the causes and consequences of Victorian migrations and how technological, social, political, and cultural transformations, mainly initiated by the Industrial Revolution, considerably impacted on people’s movements. It presents a history of migration grounded on people, structural forces and migration processes that bound societies together. Rather than focussing on distinct territorial units, International Migrations in the Victorian Era balances different scales of analysis: individual, local, regional, national and transnational.
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Beyond the Victorian and Modernist Divide
Marie Laniel, « “Reading the Two Things at the Same Time”: Victorian Modernism in To the Lighthouse », Beyond the Victorian and Modernist Divide: Remapping the Turn-of-the-Century Break in Literature, Culture and the Visual Arts, Anne Besnault-Levita et Anne-Florence Gillard-Estrada (dir.), Londres : Routledge, coll. « Among the Victorians and Modernists », 2018, 99-111.
Beyond the Victorian/ Modernist Divide contributes to a new phase in the Victorian-modern debate of traditional periodization through the perspective lens of literature and the visual arts. Breaking away from conventionally fixed discourses and dichotomies, this book utilizes an interdisciplinary approach to examine the existence of overlaps and unexplored continuities between the Victorians, the post-Victorians and the modernists, including the fields of music, architecture, design, science, and social life. Furthermore, the book remaps the cultural history of two critical meta-narratives and their interdependence – the myth of "high modernism" and the myth of "Victorianism" – by building on recent scholarly work and addressing the question of the "turn of the century break theory" with a new set of arguments and contributions.
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Summoning the DeadSummoning the Dead: Essays on Ron Rash
Edited by Randall Wilhelm and Zackary Verno
Foreword by Robert Morgan
The University of South Carolina Press, 2018, 240 pages
The first book-length examination of the award-winning author of poetry and fiction firmly rooted in Appalachia.
Contributors: Barbara Bennett, Thomas Aervold Bjerre, Mae Miller Claxton, Martha Greene Eads, James Eric Ensley, Jesse Graves, John Lang, Erica Abrams Locklear, Tripthi Pillai, Adam J. Pratt, Brian Railsback, Jimmy Dean Smith, Frederique Spill, Daniel Cross Turner, Zackary Vernon, Edward J. Whitelock, Randall Wilhelm
Karen Brown, Camille Fort, Laurence Petit, Text and Image in Children's Literature, Image and Narrative 19.1 (2018), Volume 1 : Power and Authority in Text and Image: The Educational and Political Dimension of Children's Literature.




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