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Edited by Daniel Compère
nord', n° 80/octobre 2022
Les écrivains et le littoral picard (de Mers-les-bains à Boulogne-sur-Mer)



Edited by Anne-Sophie Donnarieix, Morgane Kieffer, Jochen Mecke, Dominique Viart
La machine à histoires
Le romanesque dans les écritures contemporaines
Perspectives



Edited by Alexandre Gefen, Pamela Krause



Charlotte Krauss
La mise en scène de la nation
Les spectacles dans un fauteuil de l'Europe post-napoléonienne
Littératures
By crossing literary and historical approaches, this monograph releases a European corpus which reveals the role of fiction for the formation of nations, but also the imprints that political interpretations leave on literary works.



Edited by Christian Morzewski, Dominique Ranaivoson
Roman 20-50, n° 73/juin 2022
Ahmadou Kourouma : Les Soleils des indépendances, Monnè outrages et défis, En attendant le vote des bêtes sauvages, Allah n'est pas obligé et Quand on refuse on dit non
The first ensemble of critical studies about the entirety of Ahmadou Kourouma's novels.



Edited by Sylvie Patron
La théorie du narrateur optionnel
Principes, perspectives, propositions
Perspectives
The ubiquity of fictional narrators in fictional narratives has been a fundamental assumption that distinguishes narratology from previous narrative theories. Ever since the first formulations of this assumption, however, voices have come forward to denounce oversimplifications and dangerous confusions of issues.



Edited by Bénédicte Gorrillot, Marcelo Jacques de Moraes, Marcos Siscar
Revue des Sciences Humaines, n° 346/avril-juin 2022
La poésie en transit : France – Brésil



Edited by Aurélie Barjonet, Karl Zieger
Littératures
After the Second World War, the Eastern bloc did not forget Zola, the author of Germinal, the committed intellectual; he was seen as a great "defender of truthˮ, and this despite the reticence of major Marxist figures, from Engels to Lukács.



Edited by Fabien Arribert-Narce
Revue des Sciences Humaines, n° 345/janvier-mars 2022
Le quotidien au Japon et en Occident



Anne-Sophie Donnarieix
Puissances de l'ombre
Le surnaturel du roman contemporain
Perspectives
The French contemporary narrative reveals a disturbing fascination for the irrational. Rather deserting the too bright shores of reason, it summons magical and often anachronistic figures (spectres, shamans, witches) to probe the meanders of a collective psyche whose fears and phantasms resist the paths of rationalism.



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