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  • Plaisirs et fictions dans la chanson française

    • Authors: Isabelle Marc
      Abstract: La chanson a été l’un des premiers objets culturels à avoir été théorisé comme ‘art moyen’ (Bourdieu 1979) et se situe au cœur du débat entre la culture populaire et la culture élevée en France (Looseley 2013a). Cet article vise précisément à caractériser la chanson française comme l’un des objets privilégiés de la culture moyenne, une catégorie esthétique et sociologique nouvelle qui, à notre sens, dépasse le binarisme traditionnel entre culture légitime et culture populaire. Pour ce faire, en adoptant une perspective esthétique, nous réfléchirons premièrement au concept de chanson française et à son évolution dans ses spécificités par rapport aux autres formes de musiques populaires actuelles. Deuxièmement, nous interrogerons le rôle des mécanismes expressifs – concision, brièveté, répétition, réitération, ellipse… – et notamment narratifs de la chanson comme facteurs clé des plaisirs multiples qu’elle peut susciter auprès d’un public large et socialement hétérogène. Ainsi, cette ...
      PubDate: 2017-12-11
       
  • The Myth of May 1968 in bandes dessinées.

    • Authors: Matthew Screech
      Abstract: Introduction The events of May 1968, when potentially revolutionary unrest nearly brought down the French government, have entered the national mythology: over time, the popular imagination has simplified this complex historical moment into an exemplary story of hedonistic, student-led socio-cultural liberation; that easily comprehensible narrative is widely believed without question, and it informs the public’s perception of what happened. The Larousse Dictionnaire de Mai 68 gives a useful and concise definition of the “Mai mythique”: “Simplifié, réduit à quelques grands moments ludiques et à quelques images largement diffusées, Mai 68 est devenu progressivement une date référence, point de départ d’une transformation - notamment culturelle – de la société française” (Capdevieille and Rey, eds. 18). Latter-day visions of May are further distorted by mythical fantasy as defined by Kirk, who studied myths and their meanings in various cultures: May is seen as a fabulous time outside n...
      PubDate: 2017-12-11
       
  • L’Indian-hater, le scalp et la violence : trajectoire du sauvagisme
           noir chez Emilio Salgari (1900-1910)

    • Authors: Luca Di Gregorio
      Abstract: L’article pose la question du sauvagisme noir chez Emilio Salgari, une trajectoire imaginaire particulièrement sensible dans l’économie thématique et actancielle des récits que l’écrivain véronais a consacrés à l’Amérindien et/ou à l’Ouest des États-Unis. On y montre comment Salgari, romancier accueillant à tous les imaginaires du dérèglement violent, a été amené à rencontrer la tradition de l’Indian-hater, personnage récurrent du folklore et de la littérature des guerres indiennes et figure fondatrice d’un « gothique à l’américaine ».
      PubDate: 2017-12-11
       
  • Ambivalent gentleman-thieves and ‘the Dutch Conan Doyle’:
           British-based detective fiction in the Netherlands at the start of the
           twentieth century

    • Authors: Alex Rutten
      Abstract: In the first decades of the twentieth century, detective fiction became a force to be reckoned with. According to Chris Baldick, the rise of detective fiction was ‘the most spectacular development in modern light fiction’: Formerly a marginal curiosity of the Victorian imagination, crime fiction blossomed in the Twenties and Thirties into a huge national craze. While other middlebrow-to-lowbrow genres languished under shadows of disrepute, the detective story, elevated to new distinction by the success of Arthur Conan Doyle’s long cycle of Sherlock Holmes tales (1887-1927), offered a sort of intellectual challenge that made it acceptable to the highly educated, and indeed sometimes addictive. In general, this was not only true for English literary history, but for the development of the genre in many other European countries as well. The blossoming of crime fiction was a profoundly international phenomenon. One could even connect it to a so-called ‘transatlantic print culture’ in whi...
      PubDate: 2017-12-11
       
  • The emergence of the middlebrow novel in the Netherlands: the ‘New
           Novels’ Series of World Library

    • Authors: Erica van Boven
      Abstract: Introduction Most scholars agree that middlebrow should be placed in the time period after World War I. Indeed, in the 1920s and 1930s, at the time of the increasing democratization, commercialization and expansion of the book market, when modernism achieved its high status, middlebrow culture became apparent as a third category between the popular and the elite, both in Anglo Saxon countries and the Netherlands, where the label middlebrow as such was not in use, but where the same phenomenon manifested itself in the interwar years. A new in-between culture developed, consisting of accessible, attractive yet serious novels and of all kinds of initiatives and institutions to reach the new, fairly educated reading public. Among these initiatives were journals, informative criticism, book series, lecture series and public libraries. It is only recently that these phenomena are studied and analyzed in the Netherlands to provide a more differentiated image of Dutch culture and literature ...
      PubDate: 2017-12-11
       
  • Windows of Cognition : Contemporary French Comics and the Cultural
           Middlebrow

    • Authors: David Platten
      Abstract: ‘If any human being, man, woman, dog, cat or half-crushed worm dares call me “middlebrow” I will take my pen and stab him, dead’ (Woolf, p. 119). This parting shot from a letter that Virginia Woolf was never to send to the New Statesman has reverberated through the years, establishing the ‘middlebrow’ - as a descriptor of taste and social class, as well as literature - in the lexicon of the English language. Woolf’s faux hyperbole suggests that she was ribbing those who would praise literary works for reasons that had little to do with their artistic merits. Still, the trap was sprung and since then the expression has mostly been perfumed with intellectual disdain. In recent times it has acquired positive connotations. The ‘new literary middlebrow’ (Driscoll) of the twenty-first century reflects a state of mind of the enthusiastic person of letters, whose passion for established and especially new literary fiction is no longer inhibited by the strictures of university dons and broads...
      PubDate: 2017-12-11
       
  • Literary Lessons. Knowledge and Genre in Dutch Middlebrow Fiction of the
           Interwar Years

    • Authors: Bram Lambrecht, Pieter Verstraeten, Dirk de Geest
      Abstract: It has become a commonplace to characterize interwar middlebrow literature by its adherence to the age-old dictum of utile dulci. Indeed, middlebrow fiction is believed to owe its popularity not only to its high entertainment value, but also to its pedagogical or didactic function. The terms by which this pedagogical function has been designated, however, differ significantly. Nicola Humble for instance considers the ‘middlebrow novel […] as a form of conduct literature, educating lower-middle-class readers in the rules of haute-bourgeois discourse and behavior’. Jennifer Shepherd, in her article on fin-de-siècle middlebrow feminism, identifies the ‘developing middlebrow cultural formation at the end of the nineteenth century […] by its commitment to popularizing fiction as an instrument of social pedagogy’. For Janice Radway, one of the paradoxical essences of ‘what became known as middlebrow culture’ is its combination of modern ‘periodicity and marketing strategies’ with ‘an olde...
      PubDate: 2017-12-11
       
  • Sederholm, Carl H. & Weinstock, Jeffrey Andrew (sous la direction de),
           The Age of Lovecraft

    • Authors: Sixtine Audebert
      Abstract: Image 100000000000018400000258D070C804.jpg L’ambitieux collectif The Age of Lovecraft pose la question de la fortune, la postérité et la popularité de Lovecraft dans la culture contemporaine. Le livre entend démontrer que notre époque est bel et bien une « époque lovecraftienne » en établissant en guise d’introduction un relevé minutieux des occurrences et citations de Lovecraft dans la philosophie, les études universitaires, ou les productions médiatiques, de la littérature au cinéma en passant par le jeu vidéo. Encadré par des témoignages d’auteurs contemporains majeurs de la littérature horrifique (puisqu’il offre un avant-propos de Ramsey Campbell et une interview de China Miéville), l’ouvrage réunit onze articles d’universitaires d’horizons très différents (un philosophe, une musicologue, un géographe…) s’efforçant d’expliquer l’inspiration que représente Lovecraft pour la pensée contemporaine. Le premier et le troisième article portent sur le réalisme spéculatif (« weird realism », « speculative realism ») ou matériali...
      PubDate: 2017-12-11
       
  • Par tous les moyens : territoire du milieu et champ de forces

    • Authors: Paul Bleton
      Abstract: L’article pose les jalons de ce que la problématique du middlebrow pourrait être dans le domaine français. Il propose de le comprendre comme un champ de forces.
      PubDate: 2017-12-11
       
  • Extending the Middlebrow: Italian Fiction in the Early Twentieth Century

    • Authors: Elke D’hoker, Sarah Bonciarelli
      Abstract: In 1925 the satirical journal Punch quipped: ‘The BBC claim to have discovered a new type, the middlebrow. It consists of people who are hoping that some day they will get used to the stuff they ought to like’ (qtd. Grover 35-36). Attacking both the aspirations of the middle classes and the pretensions of the intellectual elite, the phrase has been recorded as one of the earliest uses of the word middlebrow in British culture. Still, the very notion of a ‘distinctive in-between space’ between high and popular culture had already been around in the early 1920s as part of a growing concern with cultural value, status and literary taste (Ardis 116). At first, middlebrow denoted in a quite neutral way the middle ground between the highbrow and the lowbrow, terms which had been around since the late nineteenth century (MacDonald 7-8). Yet by the late 1930s, the term had become ‘nearly always a term of disparagement’ (Grover 48). If middlebrow was the last term to appear in what became kn...
      PubDate: 2017-12-11
       
 
 
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