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Le roman-feuilleton français et le serial britannique pendant le premier conflit mondial, 1912-1920

Abstract : This research is focused on the study of two literary productions during the 1910’s, the French roman-feuilleton and the British serial published in the daily press. It examines their conditions of production, distribution and reception. Its purpose is to evaluate the impact of the First World War on the serial fiction, the main form of mass literature during this period.It is part of an issue of cultural history, looking for the representations which are built and shared during the conflict, and part of a reflexion on “war cultures”, as they have been defined and discussed from the beginning of the 1990’s by the historians ; that is one of the reasons why this study is intended to be a comparative and interdisciplinary work. It gives special attention to highlight the terms of the instrumentalization of these “popular” literatures by the process of cultural mobilization through which a society, at some point, undertakes to influence collective representations for a specific purpose. It aimes to analyse their role in the shaping of imaginaries of war.
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David Erbs. Le roman-feuilleton français et le serial britannique pendant le premier conflit mondial, 1912-1920. Histoire. Université de Franche-Comté, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016BESA1019⟩. ⟨tel-01501844⟩

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