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20 p, 265.1 KB Transmedializing The Fantastic : a User-Based Approach / Baetens, Jan (University of Leuven) ; Sánchez-Mesa, Domingo (Universidad de Granada)
This article deals with some methodological issues regarding the relationship between medium (more specifically the question of transmediality) and use (more specifically the issue of interactivity) in the field of the fantastic. [...]
Este artículo aborda algunas cuestiones metodológicas concernientes a la relación entre medio (más en concreto, el asunto de la transmedialidad) y uso (más en concreto, el tema de la interactividad) en el área de lo fantástico. [...]

2020 - 10.5565/rev/brumal.731
Brumal, Vol. 8 Núm. 2 (2020) , p. 21-40 (Monograph)  
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8 p, 133.8 KB "Fun home" : novela gráfica y posmodernidad / Baetens, Jan (University of Leuven)
Fun Home, de Alison Bechdel (2007), es un ejemplo típico del género que en Estados Unidos ha sido designado como "novela gráfica" en los últimos veinte años. Bechdel incorpora un diálogo con la literatura clásica y moderna, lo que permite poner en cuestión el carácter "posmoderno" de esta obra.
Alison Bechdel's Fun Home (2007) is a typical example of the genre that in the USA has been designated by the term "graphic novel" for the past twenty years. Bechdel enters in a very interesting dialogue with classical and modernist literature, allowing to question the "postmodern" character of this work.

2015
DeSignis, Núm. 22 (2015) , p. 21-28
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14 p, 192.5 KB Un chronotope à personnage ajouté : le nouveau fantastique des Cités obscures (Schuiten-Peeters) / Baetens, Jan (University of Leuven)
Cet article analyse une des possibles stratégies susceptibles d'augmenter le prestige de la littérature fantastique. Loin de se contenter d'innover ou de transformer le fantastique, certains auteurs en profitent pour interroger la notion même du genre afin d'aboutir à de nouvelles formes de fantastique. [...]
This article examines one of the possible strategies to upgrade the status of fantastic literature. Rather than simply innovating or transforming the fantastic, certain authors make this project part of a larger attempt to question the very notion of genre itself in order to induce new forms of the fantastic. [...]

2017 - 10.5565/rev/brumal.355
Brumal, Vol. 5 Núm. 1 (2017) , p. 113-126 (Monograph)  

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