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Finding the Plot: Storytelling in Popular Fictions (Anglais) Relié – Version intégrale, 1 janvier 2013

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Plot, writes Peter Brooks, 'is so basic to our very experience of reading, and indeed to our articulation of experience in general, that criticism has often passed it over in silence.... (Reading for the Plot, xi). Finding the Plot both explores and helps to redress this critical neglect. The book brings together an international group of scholars whose work on popular fiction in the broadest sense - from 'pulp' to fictions that have enjoyed both mass readership and critical esteem - includes a focus on the nature, effects and specific pleasures of consuming stories. It alerts an Anglophone readership to an important and developing body of 'French' work on popular fiction and story, emanating from France, Belgium, Quebec, and the disciplinary field of French Studies, and thanks to its dual-language medium also explicitly addresses French scholars working in the fields of literature and cultural studies. If the central focus is France and francophone culture, the book's scope has a truly global reach; genre fiction, fan fiction, Dan Brown and Stephanie Meyers, like the debates on the power and effects of story that underpin the whole volume, observe no national frontiers. Nor can literary fiction be viewed separately from other genres and media in which stories circulate: the transmediality of popular fictions is a recurring theme. The book addresses both the empirical question of which genres and types of text have been and are most 'popular', and the theoretical questions of how plots work, what pleasures they offer to readers, and why it matters that the plot should not be lost.

Biographie de l'auteur

Diana Holmes is Professor of French at the University of Leeds. Her published work on women writers includes monographs on Colette, Rachilde, French Women Writers 1848-1994 and romance. She is also the co-author of a study of Truffaut's cinema, and co-edits the Manchester University press series French Film Directors. Her current research is on the poetics and practice of middlebrow fiction. Loic Artiaga is Assistant Professor at the University of Limoges, and Associate Researcher of the Centre d'histoire culturelle des societes contemporaines (Universite de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines). He is a member of the executive committee (Conseil d'Administration) of the LPCM (Association internationale des chercheurs en Litteratures Populaires et Cultures Mediatiques). His publications include Des Torrents de papier (Limoges, Pulim, coll. Mediatextes , 2007), and James Bond: modes d'emploi (1965 - annees 1990), in James Bond (2)007. Anatomie d'un mythe populaire edited by Francoise Hache-Bissette, Fabien Boully and Vincent Chenille (Paris: Belin, 2007). His forthcoming book on Fantomas is due out in 2013: Loic Artiaga and Matthieu Letourneux. Fantomas. Figure mythique (Paris: Autrement). Jacques Migozzi is Professor of French Literature at the University of Limoges, and President of the Association internationale des chercheurs en Litteratures Populaires et Culture Mediatique (LPCM). His more recent publications include Boulevards du populaire (Limoges, PULIM, coll. Mediatextes, 2005); two co-edited Special issues of journals: Recits journalistiques et culture mediatique, A contrario n[degrees] 12, 2009, http://www2.unil.ch/acontrario and Roman populaire et ideologie, Belphegor, Volume 9, n[degrees] 2, janvier /fevrier 2010, http://etc.dal.ca/belphegor/; Storytelling: opium du peuple et / ou plaisirs du texte? in the Special Issue of French Cultural Studies referred to above; and Cet obscur objet du desir universitaire: coup d'oeil dans le retroviseur sur 15 ans de recherches sur les fictions populaires., in Fictions populaires, edited by Nicolas Cremona, Bernard Gendrel and Patrick Moran (Classiques Garnier, 2011). David Platten is Professor of Modern French Studies at the University of Leeds. He has published on a wide range of modern French writers, including Michel Tournier, Philippe Djian, Jorge Semprun and Jules Verne. His most recent book, published by Rodopi in 2011, is entitled The Pleasures of Crime: Reading Modern French Crime Fiction. A scholar and fan of detective and crime fiction, he has recently produced studies of the literary thriller and of the links between the media and politics in the contemporary crime novel. He is currently working on two projects: one on the aesthetics of popular fiction and the other on cultural representations of sport and sporting figures in France.

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