Parution : Transfictional Character and Transmedia Storyworlds in the British Nineteenth Century (dir. Erica Haugtvedt)

Erica Haugtvedt (dir.), Transfictional Character and Transmedia Storyworlds in the British Nineteenth Century, Palgrave McMillan, 2022. 

This book is a study of how transfictional and transmedia storytelling emerges in the nineteenth century and how the period’s receptive practices anticipate the receptive practices of fandom and transmedia storytelling franchises in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. The central claim is that the serialized, periodical, and dramatic media environment of the late eighteenth century through the nineteenth century in Great Britain trained audiences to perceive the continuous identity of characters and worlds across disparate texts, illustrations, plays, and songs by creators other than the earliest originating author. The book contributes to fan studies, transmedia studies, and nineteenth-century periodical studies while also interrogating the nature of fictional character.



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Anaïs Goudmand (2023, 11 mai). Parution : Transfictional Character and Transmedia Storyworlds in the British Nineteenth Century (dir. Erica Haugtvedt). LPCM. Consulté le 22 mai 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/r2z6

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