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In-betweeness in Angela Carter’s short narratives

The February 3, 2012

poster of seminar


9h00 : Martine Hennard Dutheil de la Rochère (University of Lausanne)
Travelling Tales : From Translation to rewriting, or when Cinderella turns into Ashputtle

9h45 : Maria Pires (Centre for English Studies, University of Lisbon )
“The Kitchen Child”: In-between delicious odours and appetizing sounds

10h45 : Julie Sauvage (University of Montpellier)
"The art of 'ritornello' or reading between painting and music in Angela Carter's “The Bloody Chamber”

11h30 : Marie Walz (University of Lausanne)
Between Virtuous Virgin and Adulterous Wife: Angela Carter’s Writing Back to Edmund Spenser’s Female Allegorical Figures in The Faerie Queene

14h15 : Michelle Ryan-Sautour (CRILA, University of Angers)
Disaggregative Character Identity and the Politics of Aesthetic In-betweenness in Angela Carter’s Short Narratives

15h00 : Béatrice Bijon (University of Saint-Etienne)
In-Between the Tale and the Short Story: Living Lines, Flesh Lines in Angela Carter’s Short fiction

15h45 : Karima Thomas (CRILA, University of Angers)
In-Betweeness or Remapping the Frontiers of the Self

Centre de Recherche Interdisciplinaire en Langue Anglaise (CRILA)
aurelie.reuillon @ univ-angers.fr