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Marginalia 71

Marginalia 71

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Published by Norbert Spehner
Marginalia est un bulletin bibliographique des études sur les genres populaires. A bibliographic of secondary sources on popular literature and film.
Marginalia est un bulletin bibliographique des études sur les genres populaires. A bibliographic of secondary sources on popular literature and film.

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Bulletin bibliographique des études sur les littératures et le film populaires n
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SCIENCE-FICTION FANTASTIQUE FANTASY ROMAN POLICIER WESTERN RÉCIT DE GUERRE ROMAN HISTORIQUE BD ÉROTICALITTÉRATURE DE JEUNESSE
DÉCEMBRE 2011
Marginalia est publié 4 fois par an parNORBERT SPEHNER 565, rue de Provence, Longueuil, J4H 3R3 (Québec/Canada)nspehner@sympatico.ca
 
 
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généralités
Rappel : la rubrique intitulée « Géné-ralités » présente des ouvrages danslesquels on mélange les genres, lesinclassables, les études sur le roman et lefilm d’aventures, l’humour et le comique,la culture populaire en général, ainsi quecertaines « curiosités » éditoriales...
LITTÉRATURE
BACH, Svenja,
Karl Mays Islambild und derEinfluss au seiner Leser
, Husum, Sonderheftder Karl-May Gesellsachft, 2010, 112 pages.BERKOVE, Lawrence I. (ed.),
Jack London
,Pasadena (CA), Salem Press, (CriticalInsights)2011, 360 pages.This volume on Jack London opens with essayson his career, life and influence. These includea perspective by Robert Roper for the The ParisReview.Essays that put the author in a critical contextinclude:Love in the Time of Darwinism: DialecticalApproximations in Jack London's Martin Eden,by Kenneth K. BrandtJack London in Context, by JacquelineTavernier-CourbinThe Literary Careers of Mark Twain and JackLondon, by Jeanne Campbell ReesmanThe Critical Reception of Jack London, byDonna M. CampbellCritical readings include:Jack London: Blond Beasts and Supermen, byCharles Child WalcuttJack London's Heart of Darkness, by Sam S.BaskettJack London's Use of Carl Jung's Psychology of the Unconscious, by James I. McClintock"The Kipling of the Klondike": Naturalism inLondon's Early Fiction, by Earl J. WilcoxFrom "All Gold Canyon" to The Acorn-Planter:Jack London's Agrarian Vision, by Earle LaborAndrogyny in the Novels of Jack London, byClarice StaszA Romantic Novel, by Jacqueline Tavernier-CourbinThe Cell, by James WilliamsIntroduction to Jack London's Tales of Cannibals and Headhunters, by Gary Riedl andThomas R. TietzeNew York City, Social Progress and the Crowd:Jack London's "Telic Action & CollectiveStupidity," by Susan NuernbergJack London, Jack Johnson, and the "GreatWhite Hope," by Jeanne Campbell Reesman.BRENNAN, Zoe,
Brontë’s
 Jane Eyre
: AReader’s Guide
, London, Continuum, 2010,viii, 141 pages.CROZIER-DE ROSA, Sharon,
The MiddleClass Novels of Arnold Bennett and MarieCorelli : Realising the Ideals and Emotionsof Late Victorian Women
, Lewiston (NY),Edwin Mellen Press, 2010, xi, 411 pages.CREMONA, Nicolas, GENDREL, Bernard & Patrick MORAN (dir.),
Fictions populaires
,Paris, Éditions Classiques Garnier, (Rencontre),2011, 250 pages.Ce livre part du phénomène socio-historiquequ’est la littérature de masse pour développerune réflexion théorique sur ce qu’est lalittérature populaire, en affirmant que lesformes et les pratiques du XIXe siècle ne fontque réactiver ou poursuivre une tendanceprofonde de l’art narratif. Les fictionspopulaires, en ce sens, ne sont pas des sous-produits de l’activité éditoriale, mais desœuvres qui jouent directement avec lesmécanismes essentiels de l’écritureromanesque.This book looks at mass literature as a socio-historical phenomenon so as to elaborate atheoretical discussion on popular literature.ENRIGHT, Kelly,
The Maximum of Wilderness ; The Jungle in the AmericanImagination
, Charlottesville, University of Virginia Press, 2012, 200 pages.
ABONNEMENTS
(version imprimée seulement)Un an : 4 numérosCanada : 9$ - France : 13 eurosUSA : 12$ - Europe : 13 euros
Pour les correspondants français et/ou européens, j’accepte tout mode de paiement négociable dansune banque française.
Chèques ou mandats à l’ordre deNORBERT SPEHNER 565, rue de ProvenceLongueuil (Qué.), Canada J4H 3R3
 
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GILBERT, Pamela K. (ed.),
A Companion toSensation Fiction
, Malden (MA), Wiley-Blackwell, (Blackwell Companions to Literatureand Culture, 75), 2011, 665 pages.Introduction 1_
Pamela K. Gilbert 
Part I: Before Sensation, 1830–1860
111 "The Aristocracy and Upholstery": The SilverFork Novel :
 Ellen Miller Casey
2 Newgate Novels :
 Edward Jacobs and Manuela Mourão
3 "Literature of the Kitchen": Cheap SerialFiction of the 1840s and 1850s :
 Andrew King
4 Melodrama :
 Rohan McWilliam
5 Sensation Theater :
 Heidi J. Holder
6 Gothic :
Patrick R. O'Malley
7 Realism and Sensation Fiction :
 Daniel Brown
8 Poetry and Sensation :
Kirstie Blair
Part II: Reading Individual Authors and Texts,1860–1880
9 Mary Elizabeth Braddon :
 Lyn Pykett 
10 Lady Audley's Secret: How
 Does
She Do It?Sensation Fiction's Technologically MindedVillainesses :_
 Louise Lee
11 "Going in a little for the subjective": Textualand Moral Performance in
The Doctor's Wife
:_
 Richard Nemesvari
12 Mary Elizabeth Braddon's
 Aurora Floyd 
:
 Amy J. Robinson
13 Mary Elizabeth Braddon's
 Joshua Haggard's Daughter
:
 Anne-Marie Beller
14 Wilkie Collins and Risk :
 Daniel Martin
15
The Woman in White
and the New Sensation :
 Elizabeth Langland 
16 Opium, Alcohol, and Tobacco: TheSubstances of Memory in
The Moonstone
:
Susan Zieger
17 Ouida :
 Jane Jordan
18
Under Two Flags
:
 Natalie Schroeder and Ronald A.Schroeder
19 Ellen (Mrs. Henry) Wood :
 Andrew Mangham
20 Mrs. Henry Wood,
 East Lynne
:
 Marlene Tromp
21 Sheridan Le Fanu :
 Anna Maria Jones
22 Rhoda Broughton :
Tamar Heller
23 Charles Reade :
Tom Bragg
24 Ideologically Challenging: Florence Marryatand Sensation Fiction :
Greta Depledge
25 Edmund Hodgson Yates :
 Andrew Radford 
26 Sensational Variations on the DomesticRomance: Charlotte M. Brame and Mary CecilHay in the
Family Herald 
_
Graham Law
27 Amelia B. Edwards :
 Anne-Marie Beller
28 Dora Russell :
 Janice M. Allan
29 Short Fiction :
 Brittany Roberts
Part III: Topics in Scholarship
30 Critical Responses to Sensation :
 DeborahWynne
31 Gender and Sensation :
 Emily Allen
32 Queer Sensation :
 Ross G. Forman
33 Class and Race in Sensation Fiction :
Patrick  Brantlinger
34 The Empire and Sensation :
 Lillian Nayder
35 Sensation Fiction and Religion :
 Mark Knight 
36 Sensation and Science :
Susan David Bernstein
37 Medicine and Sensation :
 Meegan Kennedy
38 Disability in Victorian Sensation Fiction :
 Martha Stoddard Holmes and Mark Mossman
39 The Law and Sensation :
 Jane Jordan
40 Sensation and Detection :
 Heather Milton
41 "Come Buy, Come Buy": Sensation Fictionin the Context of Consumer and CommodityCulture 528_
Kimberly Harrison
42 Sensation and Illustration :
 Mary Elizabeth Leighton and Lisa Surridge
43 The Pre-Raphaelite Realism of the SensationNovel _
Sophia Andres
Part IV: After Sensation: Legacies
44 The Legacy of Sensation Fiction: BodilyPower in the New Woman Novel :
 Molly Youngkin
45 Corelli's Religious Trilogy:
 Barabbas
,
TheSorrows of Satan
, and
The Master-Christian
_
 R. BrandonKershner
46 Realism after Sensation: Meredith, Hardy,Gissing :
Tabitha Sparks
47 Aestheticism and Sensation :
Talia Schaffer
48 Neo-Victorian and Pastiche :
Grace Moore
GANNIER, Odile,
Le Roman maritime :émergence d’un genre en Occident
, Paris,PUPS, (Imago mundi), 2011, 611 pages.Le roman maritime, qui retrace ces aventures,semble marginal dans l’histoire de la créationlittéraire. Pourtant, que de domaines il touche :pirates et corsaires, grands capitaines ou petitsmousses, explorateurs et caboteurs, pêcheurset trafiquants, tous se croisent dans desépopées, de grandes expéditions, desaventures interlopes… Le succès éditorial, sil’on considère sa montée en puissance etl’affirmation progressive d’un genre en tant quetel, depuis le xviiie siècle mais essentiellementaux XIX
e
et XX
e
siècles, prouve que le romanmaritime rencontre au fil du temps un publicfidèle, passionné et toujours demandeur.HALL, James W.,
Hit Lit : Cracking the Codeof the Twentietch Century’s Best Sellers
,New York, Random House Trade Paperbacks,2012, 320 pages. (parution avril 2012).JONES, William B.,
Classics Illustrated : ACultural History
, Jefferson (NC), McFarland,2011, 409 pages. [2
ème
édition augmentéed’une centaine de pages]PETRACCA, Michael & Madeleine SORAPURE(eds.),
Reading Popular Culture
, Boston & London, Prentice Hall, 2011, xvi, 386 pages.SPURGEON, Sara (ed.),
Cormac Mc Carthy
,London, Continuum, (Continuum Studies inContem. North Am. Fiction), 2011, 214 pages.

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