AGORA

Cahiers d'Agora : revue en humanités - Numéro 4

Community / Communities

Numéro coordonné par Odile Boucher-Rivalain

William Powell Frith, A Private View at the Royal Academy, 1883

Introduction

     Peggy BLIN-CORDON, BOUCHER-RIVALAIN Odile, GUY Stéphane, RYNNE Frank  - Introduction 

I. Literary Communities

   Weaving Reading Communities in and out of Fiction

   BLIN-CORDON Peggy - Thomas Hardy: Novelist, 'Editor' and Mentor — Building a Fictional Community, a Community of Readers and a Community of Writers

   DUPEYRON-LAFAY Françoise -  Absent, Symbolic and Imagined Communities in Arthur Conan Doyle’s “The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes” (1892)

   The warp in the pastoral

   MITCHELL Rosemary - The Decent Church that Topped the Neighbouring Hill: C. M. Yonge and the Parish Church — Constructing a Conservative Community

II. Forms, Aims and Roles of Communities

   Political communities

   RYNNE Frank - A Community of Revolutionaries? The Land War in Ballydehob 1879-1882

   Wording and cultural communities

   McNEE Alan - Travelling Communities: Irreverence and Class Tension in the Late-Victorian Visitors’ Book

III. Visualising communities

   GOULD Marty - Communal Connections in Cinematic Adaptations of Great Expectations

 

Comité scientifique

Danièle KAHN-PAYCHA 
Cornelius CROWLEY 

 

Illustration

William Powell Frith: A Private View at the Royal Academy, 1881 

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