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Bulletin bibliographique des tudes sur les littratures et le film populaires n 77


Juin 2013
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mass magazine market geared to women, and shaping new middle-class identity. EL HAMAMSY, Walid & Mounira SOLIMAN (eds.), Popular Culture in the Middle East and North Africa : A Postcolonial Outlook, New York, Routledge, 2013, 281 pages. This book explores the body and the production process of popular culture in, and on, the Middle East and North Africa, Turkey, and Iran in the first decade of the 21st century, and up to the current historical moment. Essays consider gender, racial, political, and cultural issues in film, cartoons, music, dance, phototattoos, graphic novels, fiction, and advertisements. Contributors to the volume span an array of specializations ranging across literary, postcolonial, gender, media, and Middle Eastern studies and contextualize their views within a larger historical and political moment, analyzing the emergence of a popular expression in the Middle East and North Africa region in recent years, and drawing conclusions pertaining to the direction of popular culture within a geopolitical context. FORNI, Kathleen, Chaucers Afterlife : Adaptations in Recent Popular Culture, Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, 176 pages. This study explores Chaucers present-day cultural reputation by way of popular culture. In just the past two decades his texts have been adapted to a wide variety of popular genres, including television, stage, comic book, hip-hop, science fiction, horror, romance, and crime fiction. FUNG, Anthony Y. H. (ed.), Asian Popular Culture : The Global (Dis)Continuity, New York, Routledge, 2013, 288 pages. Introduction : Asian popular culture, the global (dis)continuity / Anthony Y.H. Fung -- One region, two modernities : Disneyland in Tokyo and Hong Kong / Micky Lee and Anthony Y.H. Fung -- Comic travels : Disney publishing in the Peoples Republic of China / Jennifer Altehenger -- When Chinese youth meet Harry Potter : translating consumption and middle class identification / John Nguyet Erni -- New forms of transborder visuality in urban China : saving face for magazine covers / Eric Kit-Wai Ma -Cultural consumption and masculinity : a case study of GQ magazine covers in Taiwan / Hong-Chi Shiau -- An unlocalized and unglobalized subculture : English language independent music in Singapore / Kai Khiun Liew and Shzr Ee Tan -- The localized production of Jamaican music in Thailand / Viriya Sawangchot -- Consuming online games

ANGENOT, Marc, Les Dehors de la littrature. Du roman populaire la sciencef i c t i o n , Paris, Champion, (UnichampEssentiel), 2013, 264 pages. Les tudes littraires sont le seul domaine des ainsi nommes "sciences humaines" qui commence en cartant - sans jamais s'interroger sur cette mise l'cart prjudicielle - quatre-vingt-dix pour cent et plus de ce qui peut sembler son objet naturel. Dans les deux sicles modernes, l'crasante majorit de ce qui s'est donn pour des "romans", ne serait-ce que par cette mention sur la page de titre, de mme que les textes versifis en leur masse se trouvent exclus de toute prise en considration avant de commencer. Il en va de mme pour une part plus massive encore du texte dramatique, de Pixrcourt et du mlodrame romantique au thtre de boulevard. Marc Angenot explore ici certains secteurs de ces dehors de la littrature canonique en recueillant divers essais qui portent sur les genres, les thmatiques et les formes les plus dvalus de ce Grand Dchet. Il se place sous l'invocation d'un personnage benjaminien, celui qui va chercher du rcuprable, du " gaspill " dans les gravats et les champs d'pandage : le Crocheteur. BIRTE, Christ, Modern Domestic Fiction : Popular Feminism, Mass-Market Magazines, and Middle-Class Culture, 19051925 , Heidelberg, Winter Verlag, (American Studies, 229), 2012, xvi, 370 pages. The nineteenth-century genre of domestic fiction continues to perform important cultural work for women readers in the early twentieth century this is the argument of Modern Domestic Fiction. Discussing texts by Dorothy Canfield, Zona Gale, and Inez Haynes Irwin, this study demonstrates how between 1905 and 1925 domestic fiction took a central role in promulgating popular feminist ideas, creating a

in Taiwan : global games and local market / Lai-Chi Chen -- The rise of the Korean cinema in inbound and outbound globalization / Shin Dong Kim -- Pocket capitalism and virtual intimacy : poke_mon as a symptom of postindustrial youth culture / Anne Allison -Playing the global game : Japan brand and globalization / Kukhee Choo -- Chinas new creative strategy : the utilization of cultural soft power and new markets / Michael Keane and Bonnie Liu -- Renationalizing Hong Kong cinema : the gathering force of the mainland market / Michael Curtin. A SIGNALER GALLI MASTRODONATO, Paola Irene & Maria Gabriella DIONISI (dir.), Riletture Salgariane , Pesaro, Metauro Edizioni, 2012, 297 pages. I parte: Lo sguardo di Emilio Salgari Paola Irene Galli Mastrodonato Dalle steppe alle giungle: il favoloso mondo di Emili Michelguglielmo Torri LIndia e gli indiani nellopera di Emilio Salgari Alfredo Luzi La Montagna di Luce: diamanti, pantere, fakiri Felice Pozzo Kammamuri come 007: dallIndia con amore Nicoletta Gruppi La rivincita di Yanez? Analisi di un problema ideologico Maria Gabriella Dionisi In viaggio per lIspano-America con il Capitano Claudia Borri Scenari sudamericani: lindigeno nella narrativa salgariana Ilaria Magnani Salgari e il cono sud americano tra esotismo e integrazione Nicola Bottiglieri Un triangolo amoroso alla fine del mondo Susanna Nanni Esotismi linguistici tra i pirati delle Antille II parte: Il nostro sguardo su Emilio Salgari Claudio Gallo Impegno politico e impegno letterario nel giovane Salgari Maria Luisa Longo Verso lIndia: radicalit e profondit in Octavio Paz e Emilio Salgari Simona Sugoni Omaggio a Surama Alberto Brambilla Una sfida al Polo fra Salgari e lo sport Mario Tropea Donne in guerra (nelle guerre, nella guerriglia), in copertina e nei romanzi

Giulio Leoni Le presenze (palesi o occulte) di elementi salgariani in alcuni scrittori italiani di genere Rosa Maria Grillo Questioni di genere in Salgari e nella letteratura contemporanea per adolescenti Corrado Farina Nostalgia, parodia e ironia HOPKINS, Jerry, Romancing the East : A Literary Odyssey from The Heart of D a r k n e s s to the River Kwai, North Clarendon (VT), Tuttle Publishing,2013, 288 pages. However soaked in blood its history and no matter how unsettling its social conditions and poverty, Asia has never lost its irresistible attraction or mystic. It has long been an inspiration for Western novelists, so much so that more than 5000 novels have been set in Asia in the English language alone. Storied names like Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Pearl S. Buck, George Orwell, Graham Greene, E.M. Forster and many more have used their experiences in Asia as a vibrant backdrop for some of the world's most famous works of literature. HUNTER, Nick, Popular Culture : 2000 and B e y o n d , Chicago, Heinemann Library, (A History of Popular Culture), 2013, 64 pages. KHLOPINA, Oxana, Moravagine, de Blaise Cendrars , Bienne, ACEL, 2012, (Le Cippe tudes littraires), 119 pages. PINSON, Guillaume, Limaginaire mdiatique : histoire et fiction du journal au XIXe sicle , Paris, Classiques Garnier, (tudes romantiques et dix-neuvimistes), 2013, 272 pages. Cet ouvrage propose une histoire de l'imaginaire du journal, des annes 1830 1914, en se fondant sur l'tude du premier grand rcit de l'information en France travers des sources varies : romans, essais, historiographies, recueils de souvenirs, notamment. SAMIN, Richard (dir.), Rudyard Kipling , Pondichrry, Ed. Kailash, & Paris, Kama, (Les Cahiers de SIELEC, no 8), 2012, 247 pages. SCHWEIZER, Bernard & Robert A. SEGAL (eds.), The Heros Quest, Ipswich, Salem Press, (Critical Insights), 2013, xi, 280 pages. Odysseus, Gilgamesh, even The Hobbitt's' Bilbo their stories thrill us with their adventure and classic quest themes. Throughout their journeys, they discover amazing new lands,

strange and captivating people and beasts, and even, sometimes, a deeper understanding of themselves. Perhaps because of their excitement and clear progression towards a greater good, stories of a hero's quest remain as compelling and classic today as they were in ancient times. Works discussed include The Odyssey, The Aeneid, The Inferno, Gulliver's Travels, Moby Dick, His Dark Materials, and Heart of Darkness. TADI, Jean-Yves, Le Roman daventures, Paris, Gallimard, (Collection Tel, 396), 2013, 219 pages.[rdition, 1996] TROMP, Marlene, Maria BACHMAN & Heidi KAUFMAN (eds.), Fear and Loathing and Victorian Xenophobia , Colombus State University Press, 2013, 440 pages. Coming to terms with xenophobia : fear and loathing in nineteenth-century England / Marlene Tromp, Maria Bachman, and Heidi Kaufman -- The pollution of the East : economic contamination and xenophobia in Little Dorrit and The mystery of Edwin Drood / Marlene Tromp -- Victorian quarantines : holding the borders against "fevered" Italian masculinity in Dante Gabriel Rossettis "St. Agnes of intercession" / Jay D. Sloan -Contracting xenophobia : etiology, inoculation, and the limits of British imperialism / Rajani Sudan -- Charles Dickens, Wilkie Collins, and the perils of imagined others / Maria K. Bachman -- Maudlin profanity and midnight debauchery : infanticide and the angelito / Jennifer Hayward -- Food, famine, and the abjection of Irish identity in Victorian representation / Charlotte Boyce -- "Wot is to be" : the visual construction of empire at the Crystal Palace exhibition, London, 1851 / Joy Sperling -- Terrible Turks : Victorian xenophobia and the Ottoman empire / Patrick Brantlinger -- Ethnicity as marker in Henry Mayhews London labour and the London poor / Thomas Prasch -- Jewish space and the English foreigner in George Eliots Daniel Deronda / Heidi Kaufman -- Exile London : anarchism, immigration, and xenophobia in late-Victorian literature / Elizabeth Carolyn Miller -Xenophobia on the streets of London : Punchs campaign against Italian organ-grinders, 18541864 / Annmarie McCallister -- "You know not of what you speak" : language, identity, and xenophobia in Richard Marshs The beetle : a mystery (1897) / Minna Vuohelainen -Draculas blood of many brave races / Thomas McLean -- Fear and loathing : Victorian xenophobia / Anne J. Kershen

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WILLBERN, David, The American Popular Novel after World War II : A Study of 25 Best-Sellers, 1947-2000, Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, 264 pages. Through the perspectives of selected bestselling novels from the end of World War II to the end of the 20th century--including T h e Catcher in the Rye, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Godfather, Jaws, Beloved, The Silence of the Lambs , and Jurassic Park--this book examines the crucial issues the U.S. was experiencing during those decades. These novels represent the voices of popular conversations, as Americans considered issues of family, class, racism and sexism, feminism, economic ambition, sexual violence, war, law, religion and science.


ALLISON, Deborah, The Cinema of Michael Winterbottom , Lanham, Lexington Books, 2013, xi, 224 pages. Introduction -- Butterfly kiss: the road movie -Jude: the heritage film -- Welcome to Sarajevo: war cinema -- Wonderland: social realist drama -- The claim: the western -- Code 46: science fiction -- The road to Guantanamo: docudrama -- The killer inside me: neo-noir -Conclusion. ARCHER, Neil, The French Roadmovie : Space, Mobility, Identity , New York, Berghahn Books, 2013, xi, 192 pages. BAYMAN, Luis & Sergio RIGOLETTO (eds.), Popular Italian Cinema New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, xiii, 249 pages. Sergio Rigoletto and Louis Bayman: The fair and the museum: framing the popular -Christopher Wagstaff: Italian cinema, popular? -- Rosalind Galt: The prettiness of Italian cinema -- Richard Dyer: The pervasiveness of song in Italian cinema -- Louis Bayman: Melodrama as seriousness -- Tamao Nakahara: Moving masculinity: incest narratives in Italian

sex comedies -- Sergio Rigoletto: Laughter in Lina Wertmller's The seduction of Mim -- Alex Marlow-Mann: Strategies of tension: towards a re-interpretation of Enzo G. Castellari's The big racket and the Italian crime film -- Irene Lottini: "Il delirio del lungo metraggio: cinema as mass phenomenon in early twentieth tentury Italian cinema -- Reka Buckley: Dressing the part: "made in Italy" goes to the movies with Lucia Bos in Chronicle of a love affair -- Daniel O'Brien: Hercules versus Hercules: variation and continuation in two generations of heroic masculinity -- Alan O'Leary: On the complexity of cinepanettone -Francesca Piredda: Cinema and popular preaching: the Italian missionary film and fiamme -- Mark Goodall: The Italian mondo documentary film. BOWMAN, Paul, The Treasures of Bruce Lee : The Official Story of the Legendary Martial Artist , Milwaukee (WI), Applause Theatre and Cinema Books, 2013, 96 pages. prface/foreword : Shannon Lee. CORNEA, Christine & Owain Thomas RHYS (eds.), Dramatising Disaster : Character, Event, Representation , Newcastle upon Tyne, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013, vi, 173 pages. Introduction : Discourses of Disaster Christine Cornea Part I: Personal Identity, Trauma and Disaster Diagnosis Disaster: Cultural Narratives of Cancer and Femininity in Stepmom and The Family Stone/ Liz Powell Trauma and the Technological Accident in Atom EgoyansThe Sweet Hereafter / Rob Bullard High School is a Battlefield for your Heart: Teen Networks Obsession with Apocalyptic Drama / Hannah Ellison Part II: Representing the Aftermath: New York and New Orleans Introduction Re-constructing Le Coup: Man on Wire, Derridas Event, and Cinematic Representation Ruth Mackay and Stephen Mitchell Catastrophic Beauty: New York City as a Site of Urban Warfare in Contemporary Video Games / Sophie Halliday After the Deluge: Everyday Tactics and Representational Strategies in a Time of Crisis Nina Mickwitz Duelling and Jamming: Hurricane Katrina, Everyday New Orleans, and the Satisfactions of Treme / Ed Clough Part III: End Times: The Politics of Disaster

Introduction The Greatest Mass Murderer Since Adolf Hitler: Nuclear War and the Nazi Past in Dr. Strangelove / Peter Krmer Queering Disaster: Recategorising Life and Death in Torchwood: Miracle Day Rhys Owain Thomas Post-Apocalyptic Narrative and Environmental Documentary: The Case of Life After People Christine Cornea DUPONT, Sbastien & Hugues PARIS (dir.), LAdolescente et le cinma : de Lolita Twilight , Toulouse, ditions rs,(La Vie de lenfant), 2013, 357 pages. FEASEY, Rebecca, From Happy Homemaker to Desperate Housewives : Motherhood and Popular Television , London, Anthem Press, 2012, 213 pages. FEVRY, Sbastien, La Comdie cinmatographique lpreuve de lHistoire, Paris, LHarmattan, (Champs visuels), 2012, 277 pages. FLETCHALL, Ann, Chris LUNKINBEAT, Kevin McHUGH, Place, Television and the Real Orange Country , Suttgart, Franz Steiner verlag, 2012, 144 pages. GHOSH, Tapan Kumar, Bollywood Baddies : Villains, Vamps, and Henchmen in Hindi Cinema , New Dehli, Thousand Oaks, SAGE Publications, 2013, 232 pages. GIACOVELLI, Enrico, Tartes la crme et coups de pied aux fesses : le cinma comique amricain : Vol. 1 ; les annes flamboyantes, Saint-Denis-sur-Sarthon, Gremese International., 2012, 160 pages. GLEVAREC, Herv, La Sriephilie : sociologie dun attachement culturel et place de la fiction dans la vie des jeunes adultes, Paris, Ellipses, (Culture Pop), 2012, 152 pages. Que se passe-t-il donc de si nouveau depuis les annes 1990 du ct des sries tlvises ? partir d'entretiens avec une trentaine d'amateurs, corpus dont le noyau dur est constitu d'une population de jeunes adultes, cet ouvrage rend compte des raisons d'une passion qui met en avant la valeur des personnages, aux personnalits fouilles, frquemment traverss par des questions existentielles et pourvus de talents ignors, mais aussi des univers narratifs troublants par leur rapport aux sentiments, au quotidien et aux faits du monde, ce qui en fait des sortes de fictions de l'ordinaire. Les sries contemporaines sont des sries hypothses. Elles offrent un espace de questionnement et de projection des jeunes adultes notamment, individus en devenir et aux identits plus

labiles qu'auparavant. GOODLAD, Lauren M. E., Lilya KAGANOVSKY & Robert A. RUSHING (eds.), Mad Men, Mad World : Sex, Politics, Style, and the 1960s, Durham, Duke University Press, 2013, x, 421 pages. Since the show's debut in 2007, Mad Men has invited viewers to immerse themselves in the lush period settings, ruthless Madison Avenue advertising culture, and arresting characters at the center of its 1960s fictional world. Mad Men, Mad World is a comprehensive analysis of this groundbreaking TV series. Scholars from across the humanities consider the AMC drama from a fascinating array of perspectives, including fashion, history, architecture, civil rights, feminism, consumerism, art, cinema, and the serial format, as well as through theoretical frames such as critical race theory, gender, queer theory, global studies, and psychoanalysis. GOSLING, Jonathan & Peter VILLIERS (ed.), Fictional Leaders : Heroes, Villains and Absent Friends, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, xi, 261 pages. GREENBERG, James, Roman Polanski : A Retrospective, New York, Abrams, 2013, 288 pages. HORTON, Andrew S.(ed.), A Companion to Film Comedy, Malden (MA), Wiley Blackwell, 2013, xii, 571 pages. KENNEDY-KARPAT, Colleen, Rogues, Romances and Exoticism in French Cinema of the 1930s, Madison, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2013, 215 pages. Many popular French films of the 1930s captured the world and brought it into neighborhood cinemas for filmgoers who craved adventure. These films often served as visual postcards from the French empire, which enjoyed an unprecedented visibility in domestic popular culture between the world wars. But the public appetite for the exotic also transcended imperial borders. Exoticist films displayed landscapes and different that lay beyond the metropole, many of which were not subject to European rule. Rogues, Romance, and Exoticism in French Cinema of the 1930s proposes a critical framework for exoticist cinema that includes and exceeds the limits of empire. From rogue colons to the mtisse in love, from the deserts of North Africa to the streets of Shanghai, this book identifies and analyzes recurring figures, common settings, major stars, plot devices, and narrative outcomes that dominated exoticist cinema at its popular peak.

McCABE, Janet & Kim AKASS (eds.), TVs Betty Goes Global : from Telenovela to International Brand, London & New York, I. B. Tauris, 2013, xv, 259 pages. Premiering in 2006, the stylish and award winning US hit show Ugly Betty, about kindhearted ugly duckling Betty Suarez (America Ferrera), is the latest incarnation of a truly global phenomenon that started life as a Colombian telenovela, Yo soy Betty, la fea, back in 1999. The tale has since taken an extraordinary journey around the globe, from the original Colombian Beatriz, Indian Jassi, Chinese Wudi and Israeli Esti to the Flemish Sara, Spanish Bea, Greek Maria and Dutch Lotte as well as Czech Katka, Russian Katka and Turkish Gnl. This groundbreaking book about how television formats go global asks what the Betty phenomenon can tell us about the international circulation of locally produced TV fictions as the Latin American telenovela is sold to, and/or re-made for, different national contexts. McKAY, James, The Films of Victor Mature, Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, 213 pages. With his rugged features and earthy sex appeal, Victor Mature ushered in a new breed of postwar Hollywood actor, far removed from the debonair matinee idols of the 1930s. Following success as an upbeat leading man in the early 1940s Fox musicals, opposite the likes of Betty Grable and Rita Hayworth, he went on deliver two of his most powerful performances in My Darling Clementine (1946) and Kiss of Death (1947). But it was in the biblical epics such as Samson and Delilah (1949), The Robe (1953) and Demetrius and the Gladiators (1954) that his heartfelt acting and statuesque, larger than life screen presence finally secured his place as a Hollywood icon. Beginning with a concise biography, this work covers Matures film career in its entirety, featuring synopses, anecdotes from cast and crew, and review commentary. MILBERG, Doris, The Art of the Screwball Comedy : Madcap Entertainment from the 1930s to Today, Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, 200 pages. Part One of this entertaining exploration of screwball comedies and their later offspring begins in the mid-1930s discussing the careers of popular stars such as Cary Grant and Carole Lombard and well-known supporting players like Walter Connally and Ralph Bellamy (also Asta the dog, top animal star of the 1930s!). Writers and directors are given their due: Frank

Capra, Howard Hawks and Preston Sturges, just to name a few.__Part Two, the meat of the book, takes an in depth look at the films, from the genres inception (1934s It Happened One Night) to the recent 2003 Down with Love, and the stars that appear in them--Clark Gable, Claudette Colbert, Julia Roberts, Richard Gere-ending with some thoughts about the future. NEOFETOU, Daniel, Good Day Today : David Lynch Destabilises the Spectator , Winchester, Zero Books, 2012, , 93 pages. NOLLEN, Scott Allen, Three Bad Men : John Ford, John Wayne, Ward Bond, Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, 408 pages. PURSE, Linda, Digital Imaging in Popular Cinema , Edinburgh University Press, 2013, 208 pages. ROTHEMUND, Kathrin, Komplexe Welten : Narrative Strategien in US-Amerikanischen Fersehserien , Berlin, Bertz & Fischer, (Deep Focus, 15), 2013, 264 pages. RUIZ, Manuela, Hollywood Romantic Comedies of the Fifties : A Critical Study of a Film Genre, Lewiston, Edwin Mellen Press, 2013, v, 404 pages. Prface/Foreword : Celestino Deleyto. SAUVAGE, Clia, Critiquer Quentin Tarantino est-il raisonnable ? , Paris, J, Vrin, (Philosophie et cinma), 2013, 120 pages. Comment expliquer tout la fois la ftichisation du cinaste amricain, Quentin Tarantino, et la polmique qui entoure la sortie de chacun de ses films ? La rception trs passionne de son cinma invite se poser la question : critiquer Quentin Tarantino est-il raisonnable ? La qualit de ses films ne peut suffire expliquer elle seule les ractions diverses, contradictoires et polmiques. Le traitement de faveur tout comme la dprciation systmatique du cinma de Tarantino mritent ainsi dtre rinterrogs. Ses films apparaissent cependant indissociables de la construction personnelle de sa figure publique, de ses discours mdiatiques, de son activit cinphilique, autant dlments qui contaminent toujours linterprtation de ses films et participent lexplication du phnomne Tarantino . TUHKUNEN, Tana, Demain sera un autre jour : Le Sud et ses hrones lcran, Perthuis, Rouge Profond, (Raccords), 2013, 352 pages. Richement illustr, ce livre dhistoire, danalyse des formes et des genres se focalise sur les figures fminines dans le cinma amricain. Particulirement les hrones sudistes, depuis

La Case de loncle Tom de 1903, Naissance dune nation de D.W. Griffith et Autant en emporte le vent jusqu La Couleur des sentiments et Les Btes du Sud sauvage. Cette ligne de Sudistes compte nombre de personnages remarquables incarns par Bette Davis, Vivien Leigh, Hattie McDaniel, Shirley Temple, Elizabeth Taylor, Louise Beavers, Ethel Waters, Jennifer Jones, Theresa Harris, Fredi Washington travers elles, Tana Tuhkunen montre quil existe un genre southern part entire, aux multiples ramifications et tensions. Limaginaire sudiste dpasse les limites des genres en mme temps que les frontires gographiques, transgresse les codes en engageant lAmrique tout entire le dernier avatar en la matire est Django Unchained de Quentin Tarantino. Multiple et impur, car nourri la manire des vampires de True Blood du rel et du faux, de vrai sang et de sang synthtique, le southern interdit son intgration un seul projet idologique ou artistique. Les figures fminines, abondantes, fortes et varies, sont l pour en dire la vitalit, ouvrant aux grandes fictions, aux mlodrames intimistes, aux chroniques piques et ralistes ou aux cauchemars plus fantastiques. WINCKLER, Martin, Dr. House, lesprit du shaman , Montral, Boral, (Libert grande), 2013, 168 pages. Mdecin, crivain, spcialiste des sries tlvises, il nen fallait pas plus pour que Martin Winckler, le romancier de La maladie de Sachs, se penche sur le cas du Dr House qui, ltonnement ou leffarement de tlspectateurs scotchs leurs petits crans durant huit saisons, a pratiqu au service (selon le jargon du mtier) des moutons cinq pattes , chez les patients au diagnostic difficile. Mal ras, boteux, misanthrope, cynique, inspir et dsemparant, ce personnage est livr lexamen analytique, thique et spirituel du Dr Winkler qui, tout crivain quil est, envisage et situe son sujet dtude dans la ligne des hros (un Sherlock Holmes, par exemple) que la fiction offre nos passions de lecteurs. WOOD, Ed, Comment russir (ou presque) Hollywood : les conseils du plus mauvais cinaste de lhistoire, Nantes, Cappricci, (La premire collection), 2013, 180 pages. Edward D. Wood Jr. (1924-1978) est clbre pour avoir ralis le plus mauvais film de lhistoire du cinma , limprobable Plan 9 From Outer Space (1959). Tim Burton et Johnny Depp lui ont consacr un film en 1994, qui rend un hommage vibrant sa posie

approximative, son amour du cinma et sa passion des pulls angora. crit en 1965, Comment russir (ou presque) Hollywood (The Hollywood Rat Race) rvle encore une autre facette du personnage. Sadressant notamment aux apprentis acteurs et scnaristes, Ed Wood donne des conseils prcis et documents : dans quelle pension descendre, comment trouver un agent, comment survivre aux dsillusions Tout y passe : les photos promotionnelles, les attachs de presse Le ton est froce, lironie aussi savoureuse que paradoxale. Par quel miracle lhomme dont la carrire fut un chec peut-il sriger en guide ? Cest tout le sel de cet Hollywood pour les Nuls unique en son genre. ZARZOSA, Agustin, Refiguring Melodrama in Film and Television : Captive Affects, Elastic Sufferings, Vicarious Objects, Lanham, Lexington Books, 2013, 173 pages. ZERNIK, Cllia, Les Sept Samouras , de Akira Kurosowa : Chorgraphies, Crisne, Yellow Now, (Ct film), 2013, 110 pages. Les sept samouras dAkira Kurosawa est dabord un film daction. Mais derrire les questions de pouvoir et de survie se joue avant tout un art de la mise en scne des corps : corps souffrants, fbriles, humilis, mais aussi corps qui sduquent et sarticulent avec un groupe. Brisant la bidimensionnalit de lcran cinmatographique, Kurosawa inscrit la tension des muscles, le surplus de la chair et du physiologique au coeur de limage et donne voir lengendrement du corps social partir de la diversit des corps physiques. Avec une grande conomie de mots, il construit une allgorie de linstitution sociale et politique qui fait varier trs subtilement les relations interindividuelles uniquement par le traitement de lespace et des corps. Les Sept Samouras est un film chorgraphique. ZUCKER, Carole, Neil Jordan : Interviews, Jackson, University Press of Mississippi, (Conversations with Filmmakers), 2013, 192 pages.


CARLSTON, Erin G., Double Agents : Espionage, Literature, and Liminal Citizen, New York, Columbia University Press, 352 pages. Why were white bourgeois gay male writers so interested in spies, espionage, and treason in the twentieth century? Erin G. Carlston believes such figures and themes were critical to exploring citizenship and its limits, requirements, and possibilities in the modern Western state. Through close readings of Marcel Proust's novels, W. H. Auden's poetry, and Tony Kushner's play Angels in America, which all reference real-life espionaage cases involving Jews, homosexuals, or Communists, Carlston connects gay men's fascination with spying to larger debates about the making and contestation of social identity. COLLECTIF, Secret Service : Jahrbuch 2013 , Messkirch, Gmeiner Verlag, 2013, 310 pages. Publi par : Syndikat, Autorengruppe deutschsprachige Kriminallieratur AIEP/IACW. UNVERZICHTBAR! Secret Service bietet eine bunte Mischung aus interessanten Informationen, tiefgrndigen und augen-zwinkernden Betrachtungen sowie kurzweiliger Unterhaltung rund um das Genre Krimi. Das nun bereits zum sechsten Mal erschienene Jahrbuch des SYNDIKATs, der Autorengruppe deutschsprachige Kriminal-literatur, lsst wieder keine Wnsche echter Krimifans offen.Die neueste Ausgabe des Secret Service ist auch 2013 wieder ein unverzichtbarer Begleiter in Krimifragen. Mit einem Exklusivinterview mit Tatort-Kommissar Miroslav Nemec! COLOMBI. Matteo (dir.), Stadt Mord Ordnung : urbane Topographien des Verbrechens in der Kriminalliteratur aus Ost- und Mitteleuropa, Bielefeld, transcript

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Verlag, 2012, 307 pages. Auch fr den Krimi gilt: Der Westen Europas kennt den Osten selten gut dennoch ist er von ihm fasziniert. Neben westlichen Krimis werden immer mehr Geschichten aus dem Osten gelesen, die dort oder hier geschrieben werden. Breslau, Budapest, Kiew, Moskau, Prag, Triest und Zagreb werden zu Krimi-Schaupltzen. Fr jede dieser Stdte wird eine spezifische Topographie des Verbrechens produziert, die zwischen historischer, mythischer und touristischer Darstellung schwankt. COLLOVALD, Annie & Erik NEVEU, Lire le noir Enqute sur les lecteurs de rcits policiers , Rennes, Presses universitaires de Rennes, (Essais), 2013, 296 pages. [Rdition : 2004, BPI du Centre Pompidou]. DRALYUK, Boris, Western Crime Fiction Goes East : The Russian Pinkerton Craze, 1 9 0 7 - 1 0 3 4 , Leiden, Brill, 2012, (Russian History and Culture), xiv, 182 pages. This book examines the staggering popularity of early-twentieth-century Russian detective serials. Traditionally maligned as Pinkertonovshchina, these appropriations of American and British detective stories featuring Nat Pinkerton, Nick Carter, Sherlock Holmes, Ethel King, and scores of other sleuths swept the Russian reading market in successive waves between 1907 and 1917, and famously experienced a red resurgence in the 1920s under the aegis of Nikolai Bukharin. The book presents the first holistic view of Pinkertonovshchina as a phenomenon, and produces a working model of cross-cultural appropriation and reception. The red Pinkerton emerges as a vital missing link between pre- and post-Revolutionary popular literature, and marks the fitful start of a decades-long negotiation between the regime, the author, and the reading masses. DION, Michel, Ltre et le crime : cinq romans-phares : Fedor Dostoevski, Oscar Wilde, William Faulkner, Truman Capote, Paul Auster , Qubec, ditions Nota Bene, (Sciences humaines), 2013, 167 pages. EVAN, Curtis, Clues and Corpses : The Detective Fiction and Mystery Criticism of Todd Downing, Greenville (OH), Coachwhip, 2013, 426 pages. Entre 1930 et 1937, lcrivain de polars Todd Downing (1902-1974), auteur de neuf romans policiers classiques (1933-1941) a publi prs de 300 comptes rendus critiques dans le Daily

Oklahoman de la ville dOklahoma City. Elles sont reproduites dans ce volume. GURIF, Franois, Du polar Entretiens avec Philippe Blanchet , Paris, Rivages, (Manuels Payot), 2013, 320 pages. Auteur de plusieurs ouvrages de rfrence sur le cinma amricain, et notamment le film noir, fondateur de la revue Polar , laurat du Ellery Queen Award en 1997 et surtout diteur des auteurs les plus prestigieux du genre aux ditions Rivages, Franois Gurif est aujourd'hui sans doute l'un des plus grands spcialistes franais du roman policier. Au fil de ces entretiens btons rompus avec le journaliste Philippe Blanchet, Franois Gurif revient sur la gense du polar, de Conan Doyle Agatha Christie, sur les premiers classiques modernes (de Dashiell Hammett Raymond Chandler) et sur les grands auteurs actuels. Tout au long de ce livre la fois rudit et passionn, il analyse les principales tapes du genre. voque sa carrire, ses coups de coeur (David Goodis, James Cain, Jim Thompson), ses amitis (Lo Malet, Jean-Patrick Manchette, Robin Cook, James Ellroy...), ses souvenirs et ses livres de chevet. NDLR : louvrage est passionnant mais... comment un spcialiste comme Gurif peut-il commettre lerreur suivante : il affirme que Per Wahl tait flic (page 291) ! Flic ? Walh ? Bigre...Maj Sjwall naurait jamais pous un policier ! Le gars a t reporter criminel ! Nuances ! Elle me parat de taille. Mais bon... HENRY, Dorothe, Arsne Lupin et Cie ; les gentlemen cambrioleurs, Turquant, LApart ditions, 2012, 185 pages. Prface de JeanLouis Touchant. Arsne Lupin, le gentleman cambrioleur, est universellement connu. Archtype de l'lgance et de la sduction, voleur et chevalier servant, homme aux mille visages, audacieux et mystrieux, sa silhouette mondaine continue de hanter la littrature mondiale, et l'on n'en finit pas de le redcouvrir, au cinma comme en littrature ou en bande dessine. Bien sr, avant Lupin, il y avait dj toute une tradition de personnages, rels ou imaginaires, d'escrocs, de bandits au grand coeur ou de gnies du mal. De Renart Rocambole, en passant par Robin des Bois ou Cartouche, le voleur, le brigand, l'aigrefin tait dj clbr par les crivains. Au tournant du xixe et du xxe sicle, il n'est pas non plus le premier - avant lui il y avait Simon Carne, Arthur J. Raffles, Georges Randal...- mais une chose est sre, Maurice Leblanc a donn naissance un

personnage qui devait demeurer. KURLAND, Michael, Its a Mystery to Me : The Craft of the Mystery Story Revealed, Createspace, 2012, 161 pages. A SIGNALER MESPLDE, Claude, Chroniques, fictions, entretiens, essais : trente ans dcrits sur le polar, 1982-2012, vol. 1 , Bihorel, Krakoen, 2013, 372 pages. Le Polar est aujourd'hui le genre le plus vendu et le plus lu en France ! Il n'en fut pas toujours ainsi car ds sa naissance, ce genre issu du roman populaire, a rassembl contre lui de nombreuses voix. Lecteur clectique et boulimique ds l'ge de dix ans, devenu critique littraire au dbut des annes 1980, j'ai pu, mon tour, dfendre ce genre littraire selon l'aphorisme bien connu : Il n'y a pas de mauvais genres, il n'y a que de mauvais crivains . En trente ans, en dehors d'une quinzaine d'ouvrages allant d'une Souris noire d'une douzaine de pages un dictionnaire mondial du genre qui en compte 2 200, j'ai publi des kilomtres d'articles sur ce genre que nous sommes nombreux aimer. Compte tenu de tous ces nouveaux lecteurs qui dcouvrent chaque jour cette littrature, j'ai pens qu'une slection de mes articles pourrait les intresser. J'ai prvu trois volumes. Voici le premier. MORLAN, Anya (ed.), Christianity and the Detective Story , Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars, 2013, 226 pages. PREFACE x The Art of Murder: G.K. Chesterton and the Detective Story : Ahlquist, President American Chesterton Society ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xx INTRODUCTION xxi Anya Morlan and Walter Raubicheck I: FROM MYSTERY CHAPTER ONE 2 Is a "Christian" Mystery Story Possible?: Charles Williams' War in Heaven as a Generic Case Study Higgins CHAPTER Two 20 Ngaio Marsh's Innocent Vicarage: Character, Religion and Performance in Overture to Death Angelika Zirker CHAPTER THREE 37 and the Detective Story: Holmes, Hauerwas, and Auster : Eric Biddy Chapter FOUR 47 Locked Mysteries: From the Book of Daniel to

R. King : Sue Sorensen Murder Mystery and Mysteries in Charles Williams' War in Heaven : Charles Franklyn Beach. OBRIEN, James F., The Scientific Sherlock Holmes : Cracking the Case with Science and Forensics, New York, Oxford University Press, 2013, 175 pages. SCHAUB, Melissa, Middlebrow Feminism in Classic British Detective Fiction : The Female Gentleman , New York, Palgrave Macmillan, (Crime Files), 2013, 176 pages. This is a feminist study of a recurring character type in classic British detective fiction by women - a woman who behaves like a Victorian gentleman. Exploring this character type leads to a new evaluation of the politics of classic detective fiction and the middlebrow novel as a whole.


AHLQUIST, Dale, The Complete Thinker : The Marvelous Mind of G.K. Chesterton, San Francisco, Ignatius Press, 2012, 261 pages. ALDER, Bill, Maigret, Simenon and France, Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, 220 pages. Prface/Foreword : Stephen Knight. This book examines the importance of social class and social change in the Maigret stories, giving a particular emphasis to the early formative novels and the development of plot, characterization and setting. The author seeks to establish the extent to which Simenons portrait of French society is historically accurate and the nature of the influence of the authors own class position and ideology on his fiction. A SIGNALER ARTIAGA, Loc & Matthieu LETOURNEUX, Fantmas ! Biographie dun criminel imaginaire , Paris, Les Prairies Ordinaires, 2013. Parution : 14 juin.-13 Fantmas ! Le nom du Gnie du crime a travers tout le XXe sicle. bien des gards, Pierre Souvestre et Marcel Allain ont enfant en 1911 une uvre monstre. Fantmas, revers obscur et grimaant de notre monde, y invente, page aprs page, une violence sans visage, sans motivations et sans signification apparente. La srie des Fantmas a fascin les avant-gardes des annes 1920-1930, qui en


ont lou le gnie cratif et la puissance subversive. Le mythe du criminel voleur didentits, tueur cruel, virtuose de la mise en scne morbide, a inspir tableaux, films exprimentaux, textes potiques et polmiques. Nourri par un travail de collecte indit, cet ouvrage propose de relire Fantmas la lumire des travaux qui ont questionn la place des fictions dans les socits contemporaines. La trajectoire du protagoniste claire lorganisation du champ littraire, partag entre littrature lgitime et productions de grande consommation. Consacrant la toutepuissance de linformation et des faits divers, luvre apparat bien comme lnide des temps modernes , selon la formule de Blaise Cendrars. La modernit du XXe sicle naissant y est, il est vrai, partout : grands magasins, chirurgie plastique, nouvelles techniques policires En subvertissant les logiques classiques du detective novel o la raison et la progression de lenqute priment sur le crime, Fantmas questionne les identits sociales, le maintien de lOrdre et la rpression des pulsions. NDLR : Les deux auteurs proposent aussi la rdition en deux volumes, chez Robert Laffont (Omnibus) de lintgrale des aventures de Fantmas. AUSTER, Paul, Chronique dhiver , Arles/ Montral, Lemac/Actes Sud, 2013, 252 pages. travers cette Chronique dhiver plus proche de lautoportrait ou du journal que du rcit autobiographique classique, Paul Auster propose une mditation sur la fuite du temps et invite le lecteur partager laventure de lexistence telle quil la vcue, en homme comme en crivain, au fil des sensations, des motions, des rencontres et des lieux ayant marqu son itinraire personnel. DEMOULIN, Laurent (dir.), Georges Simenon , Paris, Cahiers de lHerne, no 102, 2013, 285 pages. La vie et loeuvre de Simenon ont dj fait couler beaucoup dencre, tant de la part des critiques littraires que des journalistes de la presse people. Cest dans ce contexte que les Cahiers de LHerne consacre un numro au pre de Maigret qui se veut la fois gnraliste et particulier : sa diversit et sa richesse sont de nature combler la fois les spcialistes de loeuvre et ceux qui veulent la dcouvrir, les habitus et les nouveaux venus_Une premire partie est compose dtudes rigoureuses. Nombre de celles-ci sont signes par les plus grands commentateurs de

Simenon, comme Pierre Assouline, Michel Lemoine ou Jacques Dubois chacun deux prsentant aux lecteurs la fois une synthse des travaux dj raliss et une srie dapports nouveaux. En outre, dautres critiques se joignent ces spcialistes reconnus et portent un regard neuf sur le vaste continent simenonien._Aprs ces tudes, une deuxime partie contient quelques grands articles historiques sur Simenon, que ce dernier a pu dcouvrir de son vivant articles pour la plupart devenus introuvables aujourdhui. Suivent des extraits de correspondances : le lecteur retrouvera l quelques lettres importantes comme celles que Gide ou Fellini ont adresses au pre de Maigret, mais aussi des lettres tout fait indites, signes Cocteau, Henry Miller ou Anas Nin._Aux dialogues dhier succde un dialogue entre pass et prsent : une section est en effet consacre des entretiens raliss par Laurent Demoulin au sujet de Simenon avec de grands romanciers daujourdhui, comme Emmanuel Carrre, Jean-Philippe Toussaint, Eugne Savitzkaya, Philippe Claudel ou Philippe Delerm._La parole est ensuite donne Simenon lui-mme, travers deux grands entretiens : le plus mmorables dentre eux a eu lieu lors de lmission Apostrophes de Bernard Pivot le 27 novembre 1981, lautre, tout fait indit, voit lcrivain dialoguer avec son ami le professeur Maurice Piron les 20 et 21 septembre 1982._La dernire partie est compose dune srie de textes trs rares ou dindits de Simenon luimme, quil sagisse de contes crits durant sa jeunesse et publis par Colette ; de rponses des questionnaires ; dune lettre adresse par lcrivain son personnage Maigret ; dun extrait dune adaptation thtrale ralise avec la complicit de Frdric Dard ; dun rcit de souvenirs ou dun appel que lcrivain nous lance, puisquil y apostrophe le XXIe sicle EL MOSTAFA, Zohir, Hommage Driss C h r a b i , Paris, LHarmattan, (Approches littraires), 2013, 150 pages. GAUYAT, Pierre, Jean Meckert, dit Jean Amila : du roman proltarien au roman noir contemporain, Amiens, Encrage (Travaux, 56), 2013, 351 pages. KING, Donna & Carrie Lee SMITH (edS.), Men who Hate Women and Women who Kick their Asses : Stieg Larssons Millenium Trilogy in Feminist Perspective, Nashville (Tenn.), Vanderbilt University Press, 2012, 211 pages. Introduction Donna King and Carrie Lee Smith


Misogyny and Mayhem Always Ambivalent: Why Media Is Never Just Entertainment : Abby Ferber Kick-Ass Feminism: Violence, Resistance, and Feminist Avengers in Larsson's Trilogy Kristine De Welde Lisbeth Salander as the "Final Girl" in the Swedish "Girl Who" Films : Karen Ritzenhoff Accounts of Violence against Women: The Potential of Realistic Fiction :Roberta Villalon State Complicity in Men's Violence against Women : Patricia Yancey Martin Gender and Power in the New Millennium The Gender Ambiguity of Lisbeth Salander: Third-Wave Feminist Hero? : Judith Lorber Third-Wave Rebels in a Second-Wave World: Polyamory, Gender, and Power : Mimi Schippers Men Who Love Women: Pro-feminist Masculinities in the Millennium Trilogy : Michael Kimmel Tiny, Tattooed, and Tough as Nails: Representations of Lisbeth Salander's Body Catherine (Kay) G. Valentine Hacker Republic: Cyberspace and the Feminist Appropriation of Technology : Sophie Statzel Bjork-James Is This What Equality Looks Like? Working Women in the Millennium Trilogy : Diane Levy Swedish Perspectives Corporations, the Welfare State, and Covert Misogyny in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Anna Westerstahl Stenport and Cecilia Ovesdotter Alm Lisbeth Salander and Her Swedish Crime Fiction "Sisters": Stieg Larsson's Hero in a Genre Context : Kerstin Bergman Is Mikael Blomkvist the Man of the Millennium? Sara Karrholm Readers' Responses An Open Letter to the Next Stieg Larsson LeeAnn Kriegh Pippi and Lisbeth: Fictional Heroes across Generations : Meika Loe Feminist Bloggers Kick Larsson's Ass: Reading Resistance Online : Jessie Daniels Feminist Avenger or Male Fantasy? Reading the Reception of the Millennium Trilogy : Caryn Murphy. NEVINS, Francis M., Ellery Queen : The Art of Detection, Charleston (SC), Perfect Crime, 2013, iii, 350 pages. PARENTE, Audrey, Pulpmaster : The Theodore Roscoe Story , Boston, Altus, 2012, vi, 158 pages. Prface Theodore Roscoe. Introduction : William B. Hart. [Rdition Starmont/ Borgo Press:1992] SCHMIDELER, Sebastian (dir.), Erich

Kstner so noch nicht lesen : Impulse und Perspektiven, Marburg, Tectum Verlag, (Erich Kstner Studien, 1), 2012, 403 pages.


BISSLER, Denise L. & Joan L. CONNERS (ed.), The Harms of Crime Media : Essays on the Perpetuation of Racism, Sexism and Class Stereotypes, Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, 262 pages. A scan of today's television programming reveals numerous media stories, factual and fictional, featuring some aspect of crime. These depictions can stray far from reality, with the effect of creating and reinforcing distorted impressions. This collection offers a sociological analysis of race, class, and gender stereotypes within crime media. Essays discuss particular examples of inequalities and stereotypes, consider the implications of such portrayals, and demonstrate how they influence the public's expectations and beliefs about realworld crime. BELL, James (ed.), 39 Steps to the Genius of Hitchcock , London BFI, (A BFI Compedium), 2012, 148 pages. BOUTET, Marjolaine, Cold Case : la mlodie du pass , Paris, Presses Universitaires de France, 2013, 160 pages. Malgr un succs daudience partout dans le monde, cette srie historico-policire de sept saisons et 156 pisodes ne fait pas lobjet dune dition DVD en raison du cot des droits musicaux de sa trs riche bande originale. Le but de ce livre est de lanalyser sous un angle historique et de contribuer lui donner une place dans la mmoire des sriephiles. Inspirs par des faits rels et appuys sur des connaissances historiques prcises, les crimes rsolus par les policiers de Cold Case proposent un portrait en coupe fictif et nanmoins trs pdagogique de lAmrique contemporaine, avec un traitement tout particulier de lhistoire des femmes et des minorits. Il sagit aussi de montrer que le propos dvelopp par les scnaristes de cette srie policire diffuse sur la chane hertzienne conservatrice CBS est profondment de gauche (la gauche amricaine) et progressiste. Enfin, en tant que srie des annes 2000, Cold Case est bien sr marque par les attentats du 11 Septembre et les deux guerres (Afghanistan et Irak) que les tatsUnis ont menes pendant sa diffusion.


BURDEAU, Emmanuel & Nicolas VIEILLESCAZES (dir.), Quentin Tarantino : un cinaste dchan, Nantes, Capprici,, & Paris, les Prairies ordinaires, 2012, 154 pages. DELL, Matthias, Herrlich inkorrekt Die Thiel-Boerne Tatorte. (Ermittlungen in Sachen Tatort 2) , Berlin, Bertz & Fischer, 2013, 136 pages. DeMICHAEL, James Bond FAQ : All Thats Left to Know about Everyone Favorite Superspy, Montclair (NJ), Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, 2013, 400 pages. DOSSIER, 007 : La Bible ultime James Bond. Les Films, les acteurs, les girls, les mchants , numro Hors Srie de Studio Cin Live, 2012, no 21, 84 pages. DU PELOUX, Renaud, Sons of Anarchy : la guerre perptuelle , Paris, Presses Universitaires de France, 2013, 102 pages. Les Sons of Anarchy sont une bande de motards du fin fond de la Californie qui ont dcid de faire scession avec l'autorit publique. Leur business est illgal bien sr et leurs manires, peu courtoises. Ils chevauchent leurs Harleys comme des destriers de l'enfer et sur leurs blousons de cuir est cousu : Ceux du Chaos . Les Sons sont en guerre. De leur mode de vie atypique jusqu' une critique de fond de la puissance publique, la srie offre un bel aperu de la figure de l'anarchiste. En quoi notre monde, que l'on peut dire libre au sens o nous vivons dans une dmocratie , peut-il leur paratre oppressant, coercitif ? La manire dont la puissance publique ragit face ces ploucs du dsert qui n'aspirent rien d'autre qu' vivre seuls suggre que notre libert est peut-tre moins relle qu'il n'y parat. Convoquant les plus grands penseurs anarchistes, cet ouvrage a l'ambition de montrer comment la srie est l'origine d'une rflexion philosophique sur la morale, la justice et la libert. GREVEN, David, Psycho-sexual : Male Desire in Hitchcock, De Palma, Scorcese and Friedkin , Austin, University of Texas Press, 2013, xi, 297 pages. Introduction: Hitchcock, gender, and the new Hollywood -- Cruising, hysteria, knowledge: The man who knew too much -- "You are alone here, aren't you?": Psycho's doubles -- Blank screens: Psycho and the pornographic gaze -Misfortune and men's eyes: three early De Palma comedies -- A sense of Vertigo: Taxi driver -- Mirror shades: Cruising -- The gender museum: Dressed to kill -- Coda: ideology at an impasse.

HOGAN, David J., Film Noir FAQ : All thats Left to Know about Hollywoods Golden Age of Dames, Detectives, and Danger, Montclair (NJ), Applause Books, 2013, 400 pages. KEAZOR, Henry (ed.), Hitchcock und die Knste, Marburg, Schren, 2013, 224 pages. KOSTER, Serge, Les Blondes flashantes dAlfred Hitchcock, Paris, L. Scheer, 2013, 89 pages. LAFARGUES, Timothy, Hitchcock et la production , Saint-Denis, Edilivre, 2012, 46 pages. MAKKAI, Katalin (ed.), V e r t i g o , London, Routledge, 2013, 240 pages. Released in 1958, Vertigo is widely regarded as Alfred Hitchcocks masterpiece and one of the greatest films of all time. This is the first book devoted to exploring the philosophical aspects of Vertigo . Following an introduction by the editor that places the film in context, each chapter reflects upon Hitchcocks film from a philosophical perspective. MARTIN, Brett, Difficult Men : Behind the Scenes of a Creative Revolution : from The Sopranos and The Wire to Bad Men and Breaking Bad , New York, The Penguin Press, 2013, 320 pages. McCABE, Janet, The West Wing , Detroit, Wayne State University Press, 2013, viii, 133 pages. Introduction: politics of quality U.S. tv: all the president's men and a few good women -Politics of quality primetime tv: network politics and broadcasting context -- Politics of storytelling and the tv auteur: authorship, performance, and narrative -- Politics of the televisual form: aesthetics and sounds of power -- "Modern history is another name for television": representing historical relevancy and cultural memory -- Conclusion: "we had it good there for a while": The west wing legacy. OFNER, Astrid Joanna (dir.), Fritz Lang : eine Retrospektive des Viennale und des sterreichischen Filmmuseum, Wien, Vienna International Film festival, 2012, 206 pages. REIFENBERGER, Julia, Girls with Guns : Rape & Revenge Movies : Radikalfeministische Ermchtigungsfantasien ?, Berlin, Bertz & Fischer, 2013, 115 pages. RYBIN, Steven, Michael Mann : Crime Auteur , Lanham (MD), The Scarecrow Press, 2013, 318 pages.


In Michael Mann: Crime Auteur, Steven Rybin looks at the television programs and films that Mann has stamped with his personal signature. This book closely examines the themes and techniques used in films such as Manhunter, Heat, The Insider, and Collateral and connects these elements to his work on the non-genre films The Last of the Mohicans and Ali. A revised and significantly expanded edition of The Cinema of Michael Mann (2007), this book includes new chapters on Public Enemies and the big screen version of Miami Vice, as well as Manns work on the shows Crime Story and Luck. Covering Manns entire career, this book will be of interest to fans of the writer/directors body of work as well as to scholars of both film and television. SORRENTO, Matthew, The New American Crime Film, Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, 222 pages. Prface de Stuart Gordon. The most pervasive genre in contemporary cinema, the American crime film has recently enjoyed a new surge of popularity and proliferation. Though these innovative films now tackle topical issues, they continue to reference the classic narratives and archetypes established in the great crime pictures of past decades. The titles explored in this critical survey span many themes that have fused with other genres to create fascinating filmic hybrids. Focusing on character and plot construction, the author highlights the gangster and film noir traditions that still run strongly through recent American cinema. Among the many filmmakers analyzed within these pages are David Lynch, Gus Van Sant, David Mamet, Werner Herzog, Sam Raimi, David Cronenberg and the Coen Brothers. Stuart Gordon, director of the cult classic ReA n i m a t o r , provides the lively and incisive foreword. SPICER, Andrew & Helen HANSON (eds.), A Companion to Film Noir, Malden, WileyBlackwell, 2013, 573 pages. VINT, Sherryl, The Wire, Detroit, Wayne State University Press, (TV Milestones), 2013, 136 pages. Frequently described by creator David Simon as a novel for television, The Wire redefined the police serial format by unfolding its narrative across many episodes, constructing themes for each of its seasons, and refusing to portray individual crimes outside of their social context. While it never achieved spectacular ratings or won an Emmy during its 2002-2008 run on HBO, the show was honored with

several awards and has been described by critics as the best show on television. In this volume, author Sherryl Vint takes a close look at several episodes of The Wire to argue that the series challenges our understanding of the relationship between entertainment and social critique. Informed by recent work on race, poverty, and the transformation of the American inner city through neoliberalism, Vint provides a compelling analysis of The Wire in four chapters. First, she examines the season 1 episode "The Buys" as an example of the ways in which The Wire diverges from the police procedural format. She continues by considering season 2's "All's Prologue" and season 3's "Middle Ground" to explore in more detail The Wire's critique of the exclusions of the capitalist economy. In the final two chapters, she looks at "Final Grades," the fourth season finale, to highlight the problems with institutional inertia and show both the need for and barriers to reform, and uses the season 5 episode "Clarifications" to consider the failure of the media to adequately reflect the social issues depicted in The Wire. One of the landmark series of recent television history, The Wire is ripe for research and discussion. Fans of the series and those interested in social commentary and the media will appreciate Vint's new analysis in this volume.




ABRAHAM, Ulf, Fantastik in Literatur und Film : eine Einfhrung fr Schule und Hochschule, Berlin, Shmidt, 2012, 256 pages.


ABDELOUAHAB, Farid, Voyages imaginaires : de Jules Verne James Cameron, Paris, Arthuaud, 2012, 207 pages. Plus de 50 voyages extraordinaires dans l'imaginaire des plus grands auteurs et ralisateurs : Edgar Poe, Georges Mlis, David Cronenberg ou James Cameron. Mondes fantastiques et rvs, priples dans le temps, l'espace, sous les ocans ou au centre de la terre... les Voyages imaginaires, du cinma et de la littrature, nous entranent au coeur d'univers aussi fabuleux qu'effrayants. Tantt bahis, tantt apeurs, nous voil projets dans un ouvrage en forme d'hommage aux gnies visionnaires et aux grands crateurs. Des popes mythiques des hros antiques aux mondes virtuels du cinma, sans oublier les romans d'aventure des grands matres du genre tels Jules Verne et ses Voyages extraordinaires, en passant par quelques trsors injustement oublis comme Le Voyage d'Urien d'Andr Gide ou le Voyage vers la lune de Cyrano de Bergerac... ALLAN, Kathryn (ed.), Disability in Science Fiction : Representations of Technology as Cure , New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, 256 pages. Introduction: Reading Disability in Science Fiction; Kathryn Allan _PART I: THEORIZING DISABILITY IN SCIENCE FICTION_1. Tools to Help You Think: Intersections between Disability Studies and the Writings of Samuel R. Delany; Joanne Woiak and Hioni Karamanos _2. The Metamorphic Body in Science Fiction: From Prosthetic Correction to Utopian Enhancement; Antnio Fernando Cascais _3. Freaks and Extraordinary Bodies: Disability as Generic Marker in John Varley's "Tango Charlie and Foxtrot Romeo;" Ria Cheyne _4. The Many Voices of Charlie Gordon: On the Representation of Intellectual Disability in Daniel Keyes's Flowers for Algernon ; Howard Sklar _PART II: HUMAN BOUNDARIES AND PROSTHETIC BODIES_5. Prosthetic Bodies: The Convergence of Disability, Technology and Capital in Peter Watts' Blindsight and Ian McDonald's River of Gods; Netty Matar _6. The Bionic Woman: Machine or Human?; Donna Binns _7. Star Wars, Limb-loss, and What it Means to be Human; Ralph Covino _8. Animal and Alien Bodies as Prostheses: Reframing Disability in A v a t a r and How to Train Your Dragon ; Leigha McReynolds _PART III: CURE NARRATIVES FOR THE (POST)HUMAN FUTURE_9. "Great Clumsy Dinosaurs": The Disabled Body in the Posthuman World; Brent Walter Cline_10. Disabled Hero, Sick Society: Sophocles' Philoctetes and Robert Silverberg's The Man in the

Maze ; Robert W. Cape, Jr. _11. "Everything is always changing": Autism, Normalcy, and Progress in Elizabeth Moon's The Speed of Dark and Nancy Fulda's "Movement;" Christy Tidwell _12. Life without Hope? Huntington's Disease and Genetic Futurity; Gerry Canavan. ATTEBERRY, Brian & Veronica HOLLINGER (eds.), Parabolas of Science Fiction, Middleton (Conn.), Wesleyan University Press, 2013, 280 pages. The fourteen original essays in this collection explore how the field of science fiction has developed as a complex of repetitions, influences, arguments, and broad conversations. This particular feature of the genre has been the source of much critical commentary, most notably through growing interest in the sf megatext, a continually expanding archive of shared images, situations, plots, characters, settings, and themes found in science fiction across media. Contributors include Jane Donawerth, Terry Dowling, L. Timmel Duchamp, Rachel Haywood Ferreira, Pawe Frelik, David M. Higgins, Amy J. Ransom, John Rieder, Nicholas Ruddick, Graham Sleight, Gary K. Wolfe, and Lisa Yaszek. BELLAGAMBA, Ugo, rich PICHOLLE & Daniel TRON (dir.), Imaginaires scientifiques & hard science-fiction, Villefranche-sur-Mer, ditions du Somnium, (Sciences et Fictions Peyresq), 2012, 286 pages. Sommaire Hommage Roland C. Wagner Introduction : La science-fiction a-t-elle un cur dur ? par ric Picholle Article : Toutes sortes de hard par Pascal J. Thomas I.SESSION : La hard SF, aux marges de la spculation ou de la vulgarisation ? (modration : Claude Ecken) Article : La Hard science, science-fiction des origines par Claude Ecken II. SESSION : Science, songes et littrature la renaissance (modration : Jean Dhombres) Article : Des mtores de Tishtar aux technocrates : science et science-fiction dans la littrature iranienne par Maedeh Moghaddam III. SESSION : Construction et dconstruction de la science en littrature (modration : Irne Langlet) Article : Trois fonctions littraires de la hard SF : rupture, transmission et cration par ric Picholle IV. SESSION : Images et mots de la science dans la science-fiction (modration : Jean-Jacques Rgnier)


Article : Des images pour stimuler limaginaire scientifique ? par Estelle Blanquet Article : La hard SF, du paradoxe littraire lobjet esthtique par Samuel Minne Prambule Sance V : Les deux infinis par Jean-Claude Dunyach V. SESSION : Les deux infinis, hard SF vs. space opera (modration : Jean-Claude Dunyach) VI Vers des sciences sociales dures ? (modration : Bernard Convert) Article : Hard science wars par Jean-Luc Gautero VII SESSION Comment crer un dsir de science chez les jeunes ? (modration : Estelle Blanquet) Addendum : De la grande section au professeur mrite, un mme enthousiasme par Estelle Blanquet VIII. SESSION : Technoscience-fiction (modration : Pascal J. Thomas) Article : Origine et illustration sciencefictionnelles de la notion de technoscience par Gilbert Hottois IX. SESSION : Fictions quantiques (modration : ric Picholle) Annexes 1. propos dune couverture dviante... BRODMAN, Barbara & James E. Doan (eds.), The Universal Vampire : Origins and Evolution of a Legend, Madison, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2013, 262 pages. A major question exists within vampire scholarship: to what extent is this creature a product of European cultural forms, or is the vampire indeed a universal, perhaps even archetypal figure? In this collection of sixteen original essays, the editors shed light on this question. One essay traces the origins of the legend to the early medieval Norse draugr, an undead creature who reflects the underpinnings of Dracula, the latter first appearing as a vampire in Anglo-Irish Bram Stokers novel, Dracula, published in 1897. In addition to these investigations of the Western mythic, literary and historic traditions, other essays in this volume move outside Europe to explore vampire figures in Native American and Mesoamerican myth and ritual, as well as the existence of similar vampiric traditions in Japanese, Russian and Latin American art, theatre, literature, film and other cultural productions. BUDGE, Gavin, Romanticism, Medicine and the Natural Supernatural : Transcendent Vision and Bodily Spectres, 1789-1852, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, 295 pages.

Romanticism, Medicine and the Natural Supernatural explores the relationship between the Romantic preoccupation with visionary kinds of experience and early nineteenth-century medical theories of hallucination and the nerves, placing it in the context of accounts of perception in philosophical empiricism. Starting with an examination of Ann Radcliffe's Gothic narrative, and the canonical Romanticism of Wordsworth and Coleridge, the book goes on to examine the persistence of this medical topos of hallucination and the visionary in mid nineteenth-century writers influenced by Romanticism, such as Harriet Martineau and Harriet Beecher Stowe. The book concludes with a discussion of how the pathological language employed in early debates about PreRaphaelite painting reflects this Romantic conception of the interrelationship between nervous strain, hallucination and vision. BUSTOS, Carlos, La espina del mal : nueve invenciones sobre la figura del demonio, Mexico, Editorial Terracota, 2012, 105 pages. CLARK, David, Gender, Violence, and the Past in Edda and saga , Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2012, 182 pages. CROSBY, Janice C., Cauldron of Changes : Feminist Spirituality in Fantastic Fiction, Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, 215 pages. The spiritual dimensions in the fantastic works of both firmly established and newer writers-including such talents as Marion Zimmer Bradley, Alice Walker, Patricia Kennealy, Octavia Butler, Toni Morrison and Ntozake Shange--are examined in this book. DE BENI, Matteo, Lo fantastico en escena : formas de lo imposible en el teatro espanol contemporaneo, Pontevedra, Academia del Hispanismo, 2012, 275 pages. Prface de Paola Abrosi & Jeus Rubio Jimenez. This book explores the fantastic in the panorama of contemporary Spanish theater from Ramon del Valle-Inclan until today. In trying to label criticism as slick as "fantastic", we should clarify that sense applies to that end: this is the purpose of the first chapter, which defines this category as a literary form and not as a genre, and outlines besides its host (or rather, its rejection) in the intellectual and literary environment of nineteenth-century Spain. DEBUS, Allen A., Dinosaurs in Fantastic Fiction : A Thematic Survey, Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, 230 pages. Prface de Donald F. Glut & Mark F. Berry.


From the first illustrated edition of Jules Vernes Journey to the Center of the Earth in 1867, dinosaurs and prehistory have fascinated readers. Writers would time and again come back to dinosaurs as an element of fantastic fiction, often using these creatures--through the venue of the written word--to reflect the world of the writers own time.__This literary survey examines how "paleoliterature" originated, developed and matured to the present day. Also discussed are the ways in which dinosaur fiction mirrors contemporary ideas about subjects such as geology, the Cold War, environmentalism, time travel, evolution and bioengineering.__Featured authors include Ray Bradbury, H.G. Wells, and Poul Anderson, among others. In select cases, the novelizations of movie scripts are also examined. An appendix provides brief summaries of deserving dinosaur texts. DOS SANTOS MARTIN, Eunice, La Rutilisation des contes, mythes et lgendes en fantasy jeunesse : essai, Villeneuve-le-Roi, E. dos Santos Martins, 2012, 72-24 pages. DOUTHWAITE, Julia V., The Frankenstein of 1790 and other Lost Chapters from Revolutionary France, Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 2012, 317 pages. The French Revolution brings to mind violent mobs, the guillotine, and Madame Defarge, but it was also a publishing revolution: more than 1,200 novels were published between 1789 and 1804, when Napoleon declared the Revolution at an end. In this book, Julia V. Douthwaite explores how the works within this enormous corpus announced the new shapes of literature to come and reveals that vestiges of these stories can be found in novels by the likes of Mary Shelley, E. T. A. Hoffmann, Honor de Balzac, Charles Dickens, Gustave Flaubert, and L. Frank Baum. DUCRET, Alix, Le Moyen ge fantastique ou la petite histoire du merveilleux, Dinan, Terre de brume, 2012, 181 pages. ELBERT, Monika & Bridget M. MARSHALL (ed.), Transnational Gothic : Literary and Social Exchanges in the Long Nineteenth Century Farnham, Ashgate, 2013, x, 269 pages. Introduction, Bridget M. Marshall and Monika Elbert; Part 1 Old World Gothic and the New World Frontier: A transnational perspective on American Gothic criticism, Sin Silyn Roberts; The transatlantic Gothic of Isaac Mitchells Alonzo and Melissa as an early example of popular culture, Christian Knirsch; The old

Gothic and the new: the Trollopes wild West, Tamara Wagner; Frontier bloodlust in England: American captivity narratives and Stokers Dracula, Roland Finger. Part 2 Gothic Catholicism: Demonizing the Catholic other: religion and the secularization process in Gothic literature, Diane Long Hoeveler; A woman with a cross: the transgressive, transnational nun in anti-Catholic fiction, Nancy F. Sweet; The paradox of Catholicism in New England womens Gothic, Monika Elbert. Part 3 AngloAmerican Genre Exchanges: Beyond the Novel: The haunted transatlantic libertine: Edmund Keans American tour, Melissa Wehler; Gothic prosody: monkish perversity and the poetics of weird form, Daniel Robinson; Transnational war Gothic from the American Civil War to World War I, Agnieszka Soltysik Monnet. Part 4 Social Anxieties and Hauntings: At rest now: child ghosts and social justice in 19th-century womens writing, Roxanne Harde; All this difficult darkness: lynching and the exorcism of the Black other in Theodore Dreisers Nigger Jeff, Keith B. Mitchell; Duppy know who fi frighten': laying ghosts in Jamaican fiction, Candace Ward; Stranger fiction: the Asian ghost tales of Rudyard Kipling and Lafcadio Hearn, Mary Goodwin; Index. ERIKSON, Steven, Alex BLEDSOE & Jennifer BROZEK, Writing Fantasy Heroes : Powerful Advice from the Pros, Milwaukee (WI), Rogue Blades Entertainment, 2013, 216 pages. FERGUSON, Trish (ed.), Victorian Time : Technologies, Standardizations, Catastrophes, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, 219 pages. Introduction; T.Ferguson _The Best of Time, The Worst of Time: Temporal Consciousness in Dickens; D.Downes _Emptying Time in Anthony Trollope's The Warden ; K.Killeen _Hardy's Wessex and the Birth of Industrial Subjectivity; T.Ferguson_'You Are Too Slow': Jules Verne's Around the World in 80 Days; J.S.Carroll_'Brave New Worlds': Samuel Butler's Erewhon, Settler Colonialism and New Zealand Mean Time; J.McDonnell_'Primitive Man' and Media Time in H.M. Stanley's Through the Dark Continent; B.H.Murray _'The Honest Application of the Obvious': The Scientific Futurity of H.G.Wells; M.Link_'The End of Time': M.P. Shiel and the 'Apocalyptic Imaginary'; A. Bulfin _'Gone Into Mourning...For the Death of the Sun': Victorians at the End of Time; D.Jones GUNN, James E., Paratexts : Introductions to Science Fiction and Fantasy , Lanham (MD), The Scarecrow Press, 2013, 242 pages.


In the mid-1980s, Easton Press began publishing a series of leather-bound collector editions called Masterpieces of Science Fiction and Masterpieces of Fantasy, which featured some of the most important works in these genres. James Gunn was commissioned to write introductions to these works, which allowed him to pay tribute to many authors who inspired and influenced his own work. In Paratexts: Introductions to Science Fiction and Fantasy , Gunn has collected the most significant essays produced for the Easton series, along with prefaces he wrote for reprints of his own novels. Cited here are some of the most significant works of 19th and 20th century science fiction and fantasy, such as The Island of Dr. Moreau, 1984 , Stranger in a Strange Land , A Clockwork Orange, Speaker for the Dead, The Postman, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, The Hitchhikers Guide to the Universe , The Dead Zone, The Mists of Avalon , Dragons Eye, Nine Princes in Amber, Blue Mars, The Last Unicorn, and The Lord of the Rings. HORSTMANN, Ulrich, Abschreckungskunst : zur Ehrenrettung der apokalyptische Phantasie , Mnchen, Paderborn, Fink, 2012, 196 pages. JESCHKE, Wolfgang, Sebastian PIRLING & Sascha MAMCZAK, Das Science Fiction Jahr 2 0 1 3 , Mnchen, Heyne Verlag, 2013, 994 pages. JOSHI, S. T., Unutterable Horror : A History of Supernatural Fiction, Hornsea, East Yorkshire, 2012, (2 volumes, 1, 357 pages, 2, 422 pages). KERR, Greg, Dream Cities : Utopias and Prose by Poets in Nineteenth-Century France , London, Legenda, (Legenda Main Series), 2013, 250 pages. To a backdrop of dizzying urbanization, French utopian thinkers of the nineteenth century set out to explore the transformative possibilities of the modern metropolis. Linking literary analyses with diverse strands of cultural and intellectual history, this study considers how the utopian vision of the city in turn came to impinge on prose writing by poets: in SaintSimonian literature, and in texts by Thophile Gautier, Charles Baudelaire and Arthur Rimbaud. At points steeped in the hyperbolic rhetoric of utopian projects, these texts nonetheless wear away at the internal coherence of that rhetoric and the idealizing meanings it supports.

KING, Edward, Science Fiction and Digital Technologies in Argentine and Brazilian Culture, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, 256 pages. 1. Espiritismo Digital in Cyberfiction from Brazil_2. Race and the Digital Body in Cyberfiction from Brazil_3. Cruz diablo : Cyberspace as Frontier_4. Distributed Agency in Marcelo Cohen's Casa de Ottro_5. Memory and Affective Technologies in the Argentine Comic Book Series Cybersix _6. Prosthetic Memory and the Disruption of Affective Control in the Graphic Fiction of Loureno Mutarelli. KNOST, Michael (ed.), Writers Workshop of Science Fiction & Fantasy, Lexington (KY), Seventh Star Press, 2013, 276 pages. A SIGNALER LAIGLE, Jean-Pierre, Plantes pilleuses et autres thmatiques de la science-fiction, Paris, LOeil du Sphinx, (Les tudes du Docteur Armitage, vol. 1), 2013. 284 pages. !L!e!s! !c!i!n!q! !e!s!s!a!i!s! !p!r!s!e!n!t!s! !d!a!n!s! !c!e!t! !o!u!v!r!a!g!e! !a!b!o!r!d!e!n!t! !d!e!s! !t!h!m!e!s! !f!o!r!t! !d!i!f!f!r!e!n!t!s! !l!e!s! !u!n!s! !d!e!s! !a!u!t!r!e!s! !m!a!i!s! !t!o!u!s! !p!a!s!s!i!o!n!n!a!n!t!s! !d!a!n!s! !l!e!u!r! !o!r!i!g!i!n!a!l!i!t!!.! !C!e!l!u!i! !s!u!r! ! L!e!s! !p!l!a!n!!t!e!s! !p!i!l!l!e!u!s!e!s! !c!o!n!c!e!r!n!e! !c!e!s! !c!i!v!i!l!i!s!a!t!i!o!n!s! !e!x!t!r!a!t!e!r!r!e!s!t!r!e!s! !q!u!i!,! !s!a!n!s! !v!e!r!g!o!g!n!e!,! !e!x!p!l!o!i!t!e!n!t! !l!e!s! !r!e!s!s!o!u!r!c!e!s! !n!a!t!u!r!e!l!l!e!s! !d!e! !n!o!t!r!e! !T!e!r!r!e! !p!o!u!r! !r!g!!n!r!e!r! !l!e!u!r!s! !p!r!o!p!r!e!s! !p!l!a!n!!t!e!s!.! !P!u!i!s! !n!o!u!s! !p!a!r!t!o!n!s! !s!u!r! ! !L!e!s! !t!r!a!c!e!s! !d!u! !v!o!y!a!g!e!u!r! !t!e!m!p!o!r!e!l! !d!e! !H!.!G!.! !W!e!l!l!s! !c!a!r! !c!e!l!u!i!-!c!i! !a! !c!o!n!n!u! !d!e! !n!o!m!b!r!e!u!x! !d!e!s!t!i!n!s! !s!u!i!t!e! ! !s!o!n! !v!o!y!a!g!e! !i!n!i!t!i!a!l! !i!m!m!o!r!t!a!l!i!s!! !p!a!r! !l!e! !g!r!a!n!d! !a!u!t!e!u!r! !a!n!g!l!a!i!s!.! !L!e! !f!u!t!u!r! !d!e! !n!o!t!r!e! !v!i!e!i!l!l!e! !E!u!r!o!p!e!,! !u!n!e! !f!o!i!s! !n!o!t!r!e! !c!i!v!i!l!i!s!a!t!i!o!n! !a!c!t!u!e!l!l!e! !e!f!f!o!n!d!r!e!,! !a! !s!u!s!c!i!t!! !m!o!u!l!t! !i!n!q!u!i!!t!u!d!e!s!,! !t!o!u!t!e!s! !e!x!p!l!o!r!!e!s! !d!a!n!s! ! L!E!u!r!o!p!e! !s!a!u!v!a!g!e! !o!u! !l!e!s! !c!o!l!o!n!i!e!s! !o!r!p!h!e!l!i!n!e!s! .! !L!e!s! !a!u!t!r!e!s! !l!u!n!e!s! !d!e! !l!a! !T!e!r!r!e! !n!o!u!s! !f!a!i!t! !d!c!o!u!v!r!i!r! !l!a! !v!a!r!i!!t! !d!e! !n!o!s! !s!a!t!e!l!l!i!t!e!s! !i!n!c!o!n!n!u!s!.! !E!t!,! !d!e! !t!e!m!p!s! !e!n! !t!e!m!p!s!,! !u!n! !a!c!c!i!d!e!n!t! !c!o!s!m!i!q!u!e! !s!u!r!v!i!e!n!t! !q!u!i! !p!r!o!d!u!i!t! !D!e!s! !e!n!c!l!a!v!e!s! !m!!t!!o!r!i!q!u!e!s! !a!u! !s!e!i!n! !d!e! !n!o!t!r!e! !p!l!a!n!!t!e!.! (!G!r!!c!e! ! !u!n!e! !!t!u!d!e! !d!!t!a!i!l!l!e! !d!e! !l!a! !l!i!t!t!!r!a!t!u!r!e! !m!o!n!d!i!a!l!e!,! !l!a!u!t!e!u!r!,! !a!v!e!c! !r!u!d!i!t!i!o!n! !e!t! !h!u!m!o!u!r!,! !n!o!u!s! !c!o!n!v!i!e! ! !u!n! !v!o!y!a!g!e! !v!e!r!t!i!g!i!n!e!u!x! !d!a!n!s! !l!e!s! !p!r!o!f!o!n!d!e!u!r!s! !d!e! !li!m!a!g!i!n!a!i!r!e! !q!u!i! !r!a!v!i!r!a! !t!o!u!t! !a!u!t!a!n!t! !la!m!a!t!e!u!r! !e!x!i!g!e!a!n!t! !d!e! !s!c!i!e!n!c!e!-!f!i!c!t!i!o!n! !q!u!e! !l!e! !l!e!c!t!e!u!r! !o!c!c!a!s!i!o!n!n!e!l!. LAMBERTUS, Hendrik, Von monstrsen Helden und heldenhaften Monstern : zur Darstellung und Funktion des Fremden in den originalen Riddarasgur, Tbingen, A. Francke Verlag, 2013, 260 pages. LEVINA, Marina & Diem-My T. BUI (Eds.), Monster Culture in the 21st Century : A


Reader , New York, Bloomsbury Academic, 2013, 344 pages. Introduction: Toward a Comprehensive Monster Theory in the 21st Century by Marina Levina and Diem My Bui_1. Ontology and Monstrosity by Amit S. Rai__Part I: Monstrous Identities _2. Heading Towards the Past: The Twilight Vampire Figure as Surveillance Metaphor by Florian Grandena_3. Playing Alien in PostRacial Times by Susana Loza_4. Battling Monsters and Becoming Monstrous: Human Devolution in The Walking Dead by Kyle W. Bishop_5. The Monster in the Mirror: Reflecting and Deflecting the Mobility of Gendered Violence Onscreen by Megan Foley_6. Intersectionality Bites: Metaphors of Race and Sexuality in HBOs True Blood by Peter Campbell_7. Gendering the Monster Within: Biological Essentialism, Sexual Difference, and Changing Symbolic Functions of the Monster in Popular Werewolf Texts by Rosalind Sibielski__Part II: Monstrous Technologies _8. Abject Posthumanism: Neoliberalism, Biopolitics and Zombies by Sherryl Vint _9. Monstrous Technologies and the Telepathology of Everyday Life by Jeremy Biles_10. Monstrous Citizenships: Coercion, Submission, and the Possibilities of Resistance in Never Let Me Go and Cloud Atlas by Roy Osamu Kamada_11. On the Frontlines of the Zombie War in the Congo: Digital Technology, the Trade in Conflict Minerals, and Zombification by Jeffrey W. Mantz_12. Monsters by the Numbers: Controlling Monstrosity in Video Games by Jaroslav _velch_13. Killing Whiteness:The Critical Positioning of Zombie Walk Brides in Internet Settings by Michele White__Part III: Monstrous Territories _14. Zombinations: Reading the undead as debt and guilt in the national imaginary by Michael S. Drake_15. The Monster Within: Post-9/11 Narratives of Threat and the U.S. Shifting Terrain of Terror by Mary K. Bloodsworth-Lugo and Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo_16. The Heartland Under Siege: Undead in the West by Cynthia J. Miller and A. Bowdoin Van Riper_17. When Matter Becomes an Active Agent: The Incorporeal Monstrosity of Threat in Lost by Enrica Picarelli_18. Monstrous Capital: Frankenstein Derivatives, Financial Wizards, and the Spectral Economy by Ryan Gillespie_19. Domesticating the Monstrous in the Globalizing World by Carolyn Harford_About the Contributors. MACDONALD, Kate (General editor), Political Future : Speculative and Counter-Factual Politics in Edwardian Fiction , London, Pickering & Chatto, 2013. Trois volumes : 1 . The Empire of the Future (Richard

Bleiler, ed.) 2. Fictions of the Feminist Future (Kate Macdonald, ed.) 3. Speculative Fiction and Imperialism in Africa (Stephen Donovan, ed.) MACHINAL , Hlne (dir.), Le Savant fou, Rennes, Presses universitaires de Rennes, (Interfrences), 2013, 516 pages. Le savant fou, tel le Victor Frankenstein de Mary Shelley ne se lasse pas de resurgir dans les reprsentations imaginaires et fictives. Figure mythique moderne, il renvoie une opposition remontant lAntiquit qui peroit folie et gnie comme deux notions complmentaires. Cet ouvrage fournit loccasion dexplorer les avatars contemporains du savant fou ainsi que la spcificit des questionnements quil met en jeu dans le roman et les arts visuels de la fin du XXe sicle et du dbut du XXIe sicle. MAIRBURL, Gunda (dir.), Kinderliterarische Mythen-Translation : zur Konstruktion phantastischer Welten bei Tove Jansson, C. S. Lewis und J. R . R. Tolkien, Wien, Praesens Verlag & Chronos Verlag, 2013, 310 pages. MEILLASSOUX, Quentin, Mtaphysique et fiction des mondes hors-science suivi de La Boule de billard dIsaac Asimov, Paris, les ditions aux Forges de Vulcain, (Essais), 2013, 107 pages. MILLER, Gerald Ava, Exploring the Limits of the Human Through Science Fiction, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2012, x, 238 pages. Introduction The Genre of the Non-Place: Science Fiction as Critical Theory_1. Variables of the Human: Gender and the Programmable Subject in Samuel R. Delany's Triton_2. The Human as Desiring Machine: Anime Explorations of Disembodiment and Evolution_3. The Eversion of the Virtual: Postmodernity and Control Societies in William Gibson's Science Fictions of the Present_4. The Spectacle of Memory: Realism, Narrative, and Time Travel Cinema_Conclusion Beyond the Human: Ontogenesis, Technology, and the Posthuman in Kubrick and Clarke's 2001. MILNER, Andrew, Locating Science Fiction, Liverpool, Liverpool University Press, (Liverpool Science Fiction Texts and Studies), 2012, 244 pages. In Locating Science Fiction, Andrew Milner looks at science fiction within the context of a host of other genresincluding fantasy, romance, and the thrillerand explores the historical and


geographic contexts of science fictions emergence and development. Bringing in Raymond Williamss cultural materialism, Pierre Bourdieus sociology of culture, and Franco Morettis application of world systems to literary studies, he offers a persuasive, synthetic, and ultimately new mode of science fiction analysis that will become essential reading. MINI-DOSSIER LTRANGE MONSIEUR RAY PALMER

"new wave in science fiction." Critics called it "dangerous nonsense" and labeled its fans the lunatic fringe. Whatever else the Shaver Mystery was, it became a worldwide sensation between 1945 and 1948, one of the greatest controversies to hit the science fiction genre. Today these stories of the remnants of a sinister ancient civilization living in caverns under the Earth are an all but forgotten sidebar to the historical record. The Shaver Mystery began as a series of science fiction yarns in Amazing Stories nearly 70 years ago. The men behind it, Ray Palmer and Richard Shaver, were derided and seldom understood by a fandom that did its best to sweep them under the carpet of history. Though Ray Palmer was one of the earliest and biggest names in SF fandom, credited with many firsts in his field, his fannish brethren have roundly ignored him, thanks to the Shaver Mystery. What is the truth behind these men and their "mystery"? This is the question writers and editors that promoted the Shaver Mystery try to answer as they reveal the behind-the-scenes story of the phenomenon known as "Shaverism." NEWMAN, Judie, Utopia and Terror in Contemporary American Fiction, New York, Routledge, 2013, xii, 181 pages. Rotten with perfection : Kim Edwards, The secrets of a fire king -- Fiction and the Unabomber : Susan Choi, A person of interest - Blowback : Andr Dubus III, House of sand and fog -- Falling woman : Andr Dubus III, The garden of last days -- Pictures from a revolution : Dalia Sofer, The Septembers of Shiraz -- Updike's many worlds : local and global in Toward the end of time -- The Black Atlantic as dystopia : Bernardine Evaristo, Blonde roots -- Disaster utopias : Chitra Divakaruni, One amazing thing. PARIS, Vincent, Zombies : Sociologie des m o r t s - v i v a n t s , Montral, XYZ, (Hors Collection), 2013, 155 pages. Que cela vous plaise ou pas, les zombies sont parmi nous. Ils font partie de notre culture populaire. Ils ont envahi les crans, les jeux vido et mme les bandes dessines. Les classiques de la littrature nont pas chapp la contamination par le virus: Orgueil et prjugs et zombies, parodie du clbre roman de Jane Austen, a t un best-seller. Taper le mot zombie dans Google devrait finalement vous convaincre de lampleur du phnomne, qui mritait bien un ouvrage. Quest-ce quun zombie? Do vient le phnomne? Pourquoi le zombie est-il si populaire et fascine-t-il autant de nos jours? Si

NADIS, Fred, The Man from Mars : Ray Palmers Amazing Pulp Journey, New York, Jeremy P. Tarcher, 2013, 304 pages. The rollicking true story of the legendary writer and editor who ruled over Americas fantasy and supernatural pulp journals in the midtwentieth century, and shaped todays UFO and sci-fi cultures: Ray Palmer.Meet Ray Palmer. A hustler, a trickster, and a visionary. The hunchbacked Palmer, who stood at just over four feet tall, was nevertheless an indomitable force, the ruler of his own bizarre sector of the universe. Armed with only his typewriter, Palmer changed the world as we know it jumpstarting the flying saucer craze; frightening hundreds of thousands of Americans with true stories of evil denizens of inner earth; and reporting on cover-ups involving extraterrestrials, the paranormal, and secret government agencies. TORONTO, Richard, War over Lemuria : Richard Shaver and the Strangest Chapter of 1940s Science Fiction, Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, 264 pages. Life magazine described the Shaver Mystery as "the most celebrated rumpus that rocked the science fiction world." Its creators said it was a


lpidmie se produisait vraiment, quelles seraient les consquences sur le plan sociologique? PPIN, Amlie, Zombie : le mort-vivant autopsi , Montral, les Intouchables, 2013, 122 pages. Le zombie nest pas une mode. Cr par lhomme pour tre dabord son esclave, ensuite le reflet de ses peurs les plus sombres, il vit enfoui au plus profond de chacun. Au fil du temps, il est parvenu se librer des chanes qui le liaient son crateur. Il parade maintenant dans les rues, crve les crans de cinma, se cache dans les pages de livres et de bandes-dessines exposant, de ce fait, cette crainte viscrale que chaque homme a de luimme.__De White Zombie 28 Days Later en passant par Dawn of the Dead, Zombie_: le mort-vivant autopsi dpeint le portrait de ce mort qui, par-del la fin du monde, nous survivra. PIOFFET, Marie-Christine (dir.), Dictionnaire analytique des toponymes imaginaires dans la littrature narrative de langue franaise (1605-1711), Paris, Hermann, (Rpublique des Lettres), 2013, 612 pages. Le XVIIe sicle donne naissance une prolifration de lieux imaginaires. De nombreuses cartes allgoriques, utopies et dystopies y voient le jour. Mais les romans, les contes de fes, les pamphlets, les chroniques mondaines et mme les rcits de voyages n chappent pas cette vogue, tel point quon peut apprhender la topographie fictive comme un mode d expression privilgi du Grand Sicle._Le prsent recueil se veut un guide des espaces sans rfrent, de leur configuration et de leurs enjeux symboliques ou idologiques. Il permettra au lecteur de revisiter des lieux clbres comme le pays de Tendre ou la mythique Terre Australe, ainsi que des territoires mconnus mais particulirement riches de signification. La topographie mtaphorique a galement aliment de nombreux dbats. Les violentes polmiques suscites autour de la publication_de la Nouvelle allegorique ou Histoire des derniers troubles arrivez au Royaume dEloquence (1658) d Antoine Furetire et de la Carte de Tendre (1654) esquisse par Madeleine de Scudry montrent quel point les reprsentations de pays imaginaires cristallisaient les passions. Sensuivirent galement plusieurs discussions thoriques.

REBHANN, Anja, Von Aussen und Innenrumen : eine Analyse zeitgenssicher deutschsprachigen Science-Fiction Literatur , Bielefeld, Aisthesis Verlag, 2013, 221 pages. REEDS, Kenneth, What is Magical Realism ? An Explanation of a Literary Style, Lewiston, The Edwin Mellen Press, 2013, vii, 299 pages. Foreword by Stephen M. Hart. ROPER, Lyndal, The Witch in Western Imagination , Charlottesville, University of Virginia Press, (Richard Lectures), 2012, 256 pages. SANDERS, Hans, Lebenswelten : Imaginationsrame der europischen Literatur, Berlin, De Gruyter, 2013, 326 pages. SANDIN, Lyn Di lorio & Richard PEREZ (eds.), Moments of Magical Realism in US Ethnic Literature , New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, 279 pages. SEGAL, Howard P., Utopias : A Brief History from Ancient Writings to Virtual Communities , Chichester, Wiley-Backwell, 2012, 280 pages. SIKORSKA, Liliana (ed.), Eyes Deep with Unfathomable Histories : The Poetics and Politics of Magic Realism Today and in the Past, Frankfurt, Peter Lang, 2012, 162 pages. SIPE, Daniel, Text, Image, and the Problem with Perfection in Nineteenth-Century France : Utopia and its Afterlives , Burlington, Ashgate, 2013, 190 pages. STYPCZYNSKI, Brent A., The Modern Literary Werewolf : A Critical Study of the Mutable Motif , Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, 228 pages. Throughout history, from at least as far back as the Epic of Gilgamesh, mankind has shown a fascination with physical transformation-especially that of humans into animals. Tales of such transformations appear in every culture across the course of history. They have been featured in the Western world in the work of such authors as Ovid, Petronius, Marie de France, Saint Augustine, Jack Williamson, Charles de Lint, Charaline Harris, Terry Pratchett, and J. K. Rowling. TAYLOR, Anthony, Londons Burning : Pulp Fiction, The Politics of Terrorism and The Destruction of the Capital in British Popular Culture, 1840-2005, London, Continuum, 2012, 257 pages. TEARLE, Oliver, Bewilderments of Vision : Hallucination and Literature, 1880-1914, Brighton & Portland (OR), Sussex Academic Press, 2013, vi, 207 pages.


THURSTON, Luke, Literary Ghosts from the Victorians to Modernism : The Haunting Interval , New York, Routledge, 2012, 186 pages. This book resituates the ghost story as a matter of literary hospitality and as part of a vital prehistory of modernism, seeing it not as a quaint neo-gothic ornament, but as a powerful literary response to the technological and psychological disturbances that marked the end of the Victorian era. Linking little-studied authors like M. R. James and May Sinclair to such canonical figures as Dickens, Henry James, Woolf, and Joyce, Thurston argues that the literary ghost should be seen as no mere relic of gothic style but as a portal of discovery, an opening onto the central modernist problem of how to write life itself. Ghost stories are split between an ironic, often parodic reference to Gothic style and an evocation of life itself, an implicit repudiation of all literary style. Reading the ghost story as both a guest and a host story, this book traces the ghost as a disruptive figure in the hospitable space of narrative from Maturin, Poe and Dickens to the fin de sicle, and then on into the twentieth century. VANDERMEER, Jeff, Wonderbook : The Illustrated Guide to Creating Imaginative Fiction, New York, Abrams Image, 2013, 352 pages. WAGNER, Sven, The Scientit as God : A Typological Study of a Literary Motif, 1818 to the Present, Heidelberg, Universittsverlag Winter, 2012, 263 pages. WILLIAMS, Rosalind H., The Triumph of Human Empire : Verne, Morris, and Stevenson at the End of the World , Chicago, Chicago University Press, 2013, 416 pages. Preface: An Event of Consciousness -- The Rise of Human Empire -- Part One: Jules Verne -Life on the Loire -- The Empire of Paris -Inventing the Geographic Romance -- The End of the World -- Part Two: William Morris -- Life on the Thames -- Pilgrimage to a Holy Land -A River of Fire -- From Romance to Fantasy -Part Three: Robert Louis Stevenson -Romantic Engineering and Engineering Romance -- Two Voyages: Inland Waterways and High Seas -- Worlds of Wonder and Problematic Shores -- The Romance of Destiny -- Afterword: A Rolling Apocalypse. WITTENBERG, David, Time Travel : The Popular Philosophy of Narrative, New York, Fordham University Press, 2013, ix, 306 pages.

The book covers work by well-known time travel writers such as H. G. Wells, Edward Bellamy, Robert Heinlein, Samuel Delany, and Harlan Ellison, as well as pulp fiction writers of the 1920s through the 1940s, popular and avant-garde postwar science fiction, television shows such as The Twilight Zone and Star Trek, and current cinema. Literature, film and TV are read alongside theoretical work ranging from Einstein, Schrdinger, and Hawking to Grard Genette, David Lewis, and Gilles Deleuze. Wittenberg argues that even the most mainstream audiences of popular time travel fiction and cinema are vigorously engaged with many of the same questions about temporality, identity, and history that concern literary theorists, media and film scholars, and philosophers. WRIGHT, Angela, Britain, France and the Gothic, 1764-1820 : The Import of Terror, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2013, 231 pages. In describing his proto-Gothic fiction, The Castle of Otranto (1764), as a translation, Horace Walpole was deliberately playing on national anxieties concerning the importation of war, fashion and literature from France in the aftermath of the Seven Years' War. In the last decade of the eighteenth century, as Britain went to war again with France, this time in the wake of revolution, the continuing connections between Gothic literature and France through the realms of translation, adaptation and unacknowledged borrowing led to strong suspicions of Gothic literature taking on a subversive role in diminishing British patriotism. Angela Wright explores the development of Gothic literature in Britain in the context of the fraught relationship between Britain and France, offering fresh perspectives on the works of Walpole, Radcliffe, 'Monk' Lewis and their contemporaries. WYATT, John, The Use of Imaginary, Historical and Actual Maps in Literature : How British and Irish Authors Created Imaginary Worlds to Tell Their Stories, Lewiston, Edwin Mellen Press, 2013, 386 pages. In this text, the author highlights unrecorded discoveries about how maps and literature are associated. Not only do maps give us a tool by which to understand a physical reality as it actually exists, but maps can support the realm of literary fiction such as Tolkiens Middle Earth, or Stevensons Treasure Island. There are also maps that try to catch a certain historical moment like an urban space at a


particular time period, or a rural environment. While maps had historically guided travel, in literature they provide an escape mechanism that transports the audience to an unfamiliar place. Maps can create images that color the contours of the readers imagination, thereby fortifying the creativity of the story being told. Is there a verisimilitude where the authors are trying to realistically depict a scene as it actually exists, or does the story try to create a magical fantasy world conjured up out of thin air? The use of maps gives an array of options, and the story can hinge on what kind of setting the author creates through their employment. ZIEGLER, Robert, Satanism, Magic and Mysticism in fin-de-sicle France, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2012, 229 pages. An interdisciplinary study of the supernatural and the occult in fin-de-sicle France (18701914), the present volume examines the explosion of interest in devil-worship, magic and mysticism both from a historical perspective and through analysis of key literary works of the period. RES FUTURAE no 2,2013 La science-fiction, rue dUlm !A!u! !s!o!m!m!a!i!r!e!:! !I!r!!n!e! !L!a!n!g!l!e!t! !e!t! !S!i!m!o!n! !B!r!a!n! !-!!d!i!t!o!r!i!a!l! !R!e!t!o!u!r! !v!e!r!s! !2!0!0!6! :! !l!e! !m!o!i!s! !d!e! !l!a! !s!c!i!e!n!c!e!-!f!i!c!t!i!o!n! !! !l!'!E!N!S R!i!c!h!a!r!d! !S!a!i!n!t!-!G!e!l!a!i!s! !-! !T!e!m!p!o!r!a!l!i!t!s! !d!e! !l!a! !s!c!i!e!n!c!e!-!f!i!c!t!i!o!n E!m!m!a!n!u!e!l! !B!o!i!s!s!e!t! !-! !L!e! !s!t!y!l!e! !m!o!d!a!l! !d!e! !l!a! !s!c!i!e!n!c!e!-!f!i!c!t!i!o!n !r!i!c! !P!i!c!h!o!l!l!e! !-! !L!a! !s!u!s!p!e!n!s!i!o!n! !di!n!c!r!!d!u!l!i!t!!,! !s!t!r!a!t!!g!i!e! !c!o!g!n!i!t!i!v!e D!e!n!i!s! !M!e!l!l!i!e!r! !-! !Du!n!e! !m!a!n!i!r!e! !l!a!u!t!r!e! !d!e! !f!a!i!r!e! !d!e!s! !m!o!n!d!e!s! :! !s!c!i!e!n!c!e!-!f!i!c!t!i!o!n! !e!t! !s!a!v!o!i!r!s! !d!e! !l!a! !f!i!c!t!i!o!n! E!n! !d!i!r!e!c!t! !d!e! !S!c!i!e!n!c!e! !F!i!c!t!i!o!n! !S!t!u!d!i!e!s R!o!g!e!r! !L!u!c!k!h!u!r!s!t! !-! !L!e!s! !n!o!m!b!r!e!u!s!e!s! !m!o!r!t!s! !d!e! !l!a! !s!c!i!e!n!c!e!-!f!i!c!t!i!o!n!:! !u!n!e! !p!o!l!!m!i!q!u!e J!o!a!n!n!a! !R!u!s!s! !-! !V!e!r!s! !u!n!e! !e!s!t!h!t!i!q!u!e! !d!e! !l!a! !s!c!i!e!n!c!e!-!f!i!c!t!i!o!n! !E!n!t!r!e!t!i!e!n! !U!g!o! !B!e!l!l!a!g!a!m!b!a!,! !r!i!c! !P!i!c!h!o!l!l!e!,! !S!i!m!o!n! !B!r!a!n! !e!t! !S!a!m!u!e!l! !M!i!n!n!e! !-! !S!c!i!e!n!c!e! !e!t! !F!i!c!t!i!o!n! ! !P!e!y!r!e!s!q! !:! !E!n!t!r!e!t!i!e!n! !a!v!e!c! !U!g!o! !B!e!l!l!a!g!a!m!b!a! !e!t! !r!i!c! !P!i!c!h!o!l!l!e! !L!e!c!t!u!r!e!s S!a!m!u!e!l! !M!i!n!n!e! !-! !A!r!n!a!u!d! !H!u!f!t!i!e!r!,! !J!e!a!n! !R!a!y!,! !L!A!l!c!h!i!m!i!e! !d!u! !m!y!s!t!!r!e! !(!2!0!1!0!) J!u!l!i!e! !S!c!h!u!t!z! !-! !L!I!m!a!g!i!n!a!i!r!e! !d!u! !t!e!m!p!s! !d!a!n!s! !l!e! !f!a!n!t!a!s!t!i!q!u!e! !e!t! !l!a! !s!c!i!e!n!c!e!-!f!i!c!t!i!o!n! !(!2!0!1!1!)

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ANDERSON, Melanie, Spectrality in the Novels of Toni Morrison , Knoxville (TN), University of Tennessee Press, 2013, 204 pages. ASHCRAFT, Donna Musialowski, Deconstructing Twilight : Psychological and Feminist Perspectives on the Series, New York, Peter Lang, 2013, xi, 247 pages. Using feminist and psychological theory, Deconstructing Twilight examines the behavior, relationships, and gender roles depicted in the popular Twilight series. Using perspectives from both fans and detractors of the series, it discusses whether the character of Bella, and the series in general, is antifeminist or an example of modern feminism, and whether the relationship between Bella and Edward is healthy or maladjusted. BARILLIER, tienne, Le petit guide trimballer de Philip K. Dick , Chambry, ActuSF, (Les trois souhaits), 2012, 181 pages. BARON, Anne-Marie, Balzac occulte Alchimie, magntisme, socits secrtes, Lausanne, Lge dhomme, (Ocan noir), 2013, 326 pages. Prface dAntoine Faivre. BOUSON, J. Brooks (ed.), Margaret Atwood, Ipswich (MA), Salem Press, 2013, xx, 391 pages. BUSE, Ionel, Mythes populaires dans la prose fantastique de Mircea Eliade, Paris, LHarmattan, (Ouverture philosophique), 2013, 236 pages. Prface de Jean-Jacques Wuneburger.


CALLAGHAN, Gavin, H. P. Lovecrafts Dark Arcadia, Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, 288 pages. This volume attempts an objective reassessment of the controversial works and life of American horror writer H. P. Lovecraft. Ignoring secondary accounts and various received truths, Gavin Callaghan goes back to the weird texts themselves, and follows where Lovecraft leads him: into an arcane world of parental giganticism and inverted classicism, in which Lovecrafts parental obsessions were twisted into the all-powerful cosmic monsters of his imaginary cosmology. CARD, Orson Scott (ed.), Enders World : Fresh Perspectives on the SF Classic Enders Game, Dallas (TX), Smart Pop (Be Bella Books), 2013, xv, 286 pages. CASILLO, Ins, La ironia en los cuentos fantasticos de Adolfo Bioy Casares , Hamburg, Kova, 2013, 249 pages. CHASSAGNE, Jean-Pierre, Leo Perutz et le scepticisme viennois : lbauche dune thique du dsenchantement , Sainttienne, Publications de luniversit de Sainttienne, (Les scripturales), 2012, 248 pages. COLEBROOK, Martyn & Katharine COX (eds.), The Transgressive Iain Banks : Essays on a Writer Beyond Borders, Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, 275 pages. This collection of 12 new essays draws together prominent literary experts to explore the importance of Scottish writer Iain (M.) Banks, both his mainstream and science fiction work. The book considers Banks as an habitual border crosser who makes things fresh and new by subversive and transgressive strategies. The essays are divided into four thematic areas: the Scottish context, the geographies of his writing, the impact of genre, and a combined focus on gender, games and play. CORDA, Tiziana, E.T.A. Hoffmann und Carlo Gozzi : der Einfluss der Commedia dellArte und der Fiabe Teatrali in Hoffmanns Werk, Wrzburg, Knigshausen & Neumann, 2012, 495 pages. CURTRIGHT, Travis, The One Thomas More, Washington (DC), Catholic University of America Press, 2012, 231 pages. A SIGNALER DEHS, Volker, Les Ciseaux de Jules Verne : Aventures surprenantes de trois vieux marins , de James Greenwood, Amiens,

AARP-Centre Rocambole, (Bibliothque du Rocambole. Magasin du Club Verne, 2), 2012, 153 pages. Entre la rdaction de Vingt mille lieues sous les mers et Autour de la Lune, Jules Verne avait t sollicit par son diteur Hetzel pour remanier un livre crit par le romancier et journaliste anglais James Greenwood (1832-1929) et illustr par le Franais Ernest _Griset (1843-1907), dont les aventures dbrides paraissaient premire vue bien compatibles avec celles des Voyages extraordinaires . Mais lditeur Hetzel stait tromp : les changements proposs par Verne taient si radicaux quil recula devant leur ralisation. Ldition tablie par Volker Dehs daprs loriginal conserv aux Bibliothques dAmiens Mtropole permet dapprcier simultanment ou lune aprs lautre la version originale des Aventures surprenantes de trois vieux marins (1866) et la version que Jules Verne aurait voulu en faire en 1869. Lintroduction prsente J. Greenwood, un des protagonistes les plus singuliers du journalisme anglais, indment oubli de nos jours, et retrace la curieuse destine de ce livre dont lhumour caustique peut encore aujourdhui dconcerter comme lors de sa premire parution. Et puisquil est question de Jules Verne, signalons aussi la parution du Bulletin de la Socit Jules Verne, no 182, Spcial : Tour du monde en 80 jours . DIAZ, Hernan, Borges, Between History and Eternity, London, Continuum, 2012, 176 pages. GARCIN, Jean-Claude, Pour une lecture historique des Mille et une nuits : essai sur ldition de Bulaq, 1835, Arles, SindbadArles Sud, (La bibliothque arabe. Hommes et socits), 2013, 804 pages. HARMAN, Graham, Weird Realism : Lovecraft and Philosophy, Winchester Zero Books, 2012, 268 pages. Lovecraft was one of the brightest stars of the horror and science fiction magazines, but died in poverty and relative obscurity in the 1930s. In 2005 he was finally elevated from pulp status to the classical literary canon with the release of a Library of America volume dedicated to his work. The impact of Lovecraft on philosophy has been building for more than a decade. Initially championed by shadowy guru Nick Land at Warwick during the 1990s, he was later discovered to be an object of private fascination for all four original members of the twenty-first century Speculative Realist


movement. In this book, Graham Harman extracts the basic philosophical concepts underlying the work of Lovecraft, yielding a weird realism capable of freeing continental philosophy from its current soul-crushing impasse. Abandoning pious references by Heidegger to Hlderlin and the Greeks, Harman develops a new philosophical mythology centered in such Lovecraftian figures as Cthulhu, Wilbur Whately, and the rat-like monstrosity Brown Jenkin. The Miskatonic River replaces the Rhine and the Ister, while Hlderlin's Caucasus gives way to Lovecraft's Antarctic mountains of madness. HOLDEN, Rebecca & Nisi SHAWL (eds.), Strange Matings : Science Fiction, Feminism, African American Voices, and Octavia E. Butler, Seattle (WA), Aqueduct Press, 2013, 328 pages. KRAUSE, Arnulf, Die wirkliche Mittelerde : Tolkiens Mythologie und ihre Wurzeln im Mittelalter, Suttgart, Theiss, 2012, 229 pages. LLANAS, Sheila Griffin, How to Analyze the Works of Suzanne Collins, Minneapolis, ABDO Pub., 2013, 112 pages. MACOR, Laura Anna, Harry Potter und die Heiligtmer der Philosophie : Nahkampf mit dem Tod, Wrzburg, Knigshausen und Neumann, 2013, 131 pages. MIODONSKA-JOUCAVIEL, Kinga (dir.), Jean Potocki : prgrinations, Toulouse, Presses universitaires du Mirail, 2013, 206 pages. MUELLER, Stefanie, The Presence of the Past in the Novels of Toni Morrison , Heidelberg, Winter Verlag, 2013, 135 pages. NAHL, Alexander von, Snorri Sturlusons Mythologie und die mittelalterliche Theologie , Berlin, De Gruyter, 2013, 239 pages. PARISOT, Fabrice (Dir.), Alejo Carpentier laube du XXe sicle, Paris, LHarmattan, (Recherches Amriques Latines) 2012, 121 pages. PEZEU-MASSABUAU, Jacques, Jules Verne : un art dhabiter la Terre, Paris, LHarmattan, (Espaces littraires), 2013, 177 pages. On peut aborder de multiples faons les soixante-deux romans des Voyages extraordinaires. Les grandes figures de Phileas Fogg, Michel Strogoff ou du capitaine Nemo illustrent le thme du hros tandis que leur histoire dveloppe celui de l'aventure sous ses diverses facettes. Mais c'est dans le voyage que l'auteur les fait vivre et accomplir leurs exploits : chaque rcit promnera le lecteur dans un pays diffrent, dont la nature et les hommes seront dcrits avec soin.

RICHARDSON, Bill, Borges and Space, New York, et al., Peter Lang, (Hispanic Studies : Cultures and Ideas, vol. 41), 2012, 256 pages. RIORDAN, Rick (ed.) [with Leah WILSON], Demigods and Monsters : Your Favorite Authors on Rick Riordans Percy Jackson and the Olympians Series , Dallas (TX), Borders, 2013, 196 pages. ROWE, John Carlos & Eric HARALSON (eds.), A Historical Guide to Henry James, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2012, vi, 271 pages. SALU, Mary & Robert T. FARRELL (eds.), J.R.R. Tolkien, Scholar and Storyteller : Essays in Memoriam, Ithaca (NY), Cornell University Press, 2013, 328 pages.Rd. : 1979. SANTORO, Vito, Calvino e il cinema , Macerata, Quodlibet, 2012, 130 pages. Prface de Pasquale Voza. SCHNABEL, William, Lovecraft et ses doubles , Brixney-aux Chanoines, Le Diable ermite, 2013, 135 pages. [en collaboration avec Fabienne Dujet]. Avec ce nouvel ouvrage consacr H.P. Lovecraft, William Schnabel, professeur des universits, spcialiste en culture et littrature amricaines, nous livre un regard original sur lcrivain lgendaire du fantastique. Lovecraft et ses doubles met la disposition des amateurs de ltrange une lecture nouvelle de cet auteur en nous dvoilant des doubles dissimuls mais toujours omniprsents dans sa fiction. SHERMAN, Fraser A., The Wizard of Oz Catalog : L. Frank Baums Novel, its Sequels and their Adaptations for Stage, Television. Movies, Radio, Music Videos, Comic Books, Commercial and More, Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, 286 pages. SIMMONS, David (ed.), New Critical Essays on H.P. Lovecraft, New York, Palgrave, 2013, 288 pages. Foreword by S.T. Joshi_Introduction_PART I: LOVECRAFT AND HIS FICTION_1 'A Certain Resemblance': Africa as Abjection Within and Without in H.P. Lovecraft's Short Fiction; David Simmons _2. 'Spawn of the pit': Lavinia, Marceline, Medusa and all Things Foul: HP Lovecraft's Liminal Women; Gina Wisker _3. 'The infinitude of the shrieking abysses': Rooms, Wombs, Tombs and the Hysterical Female Gothic in "The Dreams in the WitchHouse"; Sara Williams _4. Slime and Western Man: H. P. Lovecraft in the Time of Modernism; Gerry Carlin and Nicola Allen _5. Looming at the Mountains of Madness: Lovecraft's Mirages;


Robert Waugh _6. On 'The Dunwich Horror'; Donald Burleson _PART II: LOVECRAFT AND HIS INFLUENCE_7. The Shadow Over Derleth: Disseminating the Mythos in The Trail of Cthulhu; J. S. Mackley _8. From the Library of America to the Mountains of Madness: Recent Discourse on H.P. Lovecraft; Steffen Hantke _9. Co(s)mic Horror; Chris Murray and Kevin Corstorphine _10. 'Sounds which filled me with an indefinable dread': The Cthulhu Mythopoeia of H.P. Lovecraft in 'Extreme' Metal'; J o s e p h Norman _11. 'Comrades in Tentacles': H.P. Lovecraft and China Mieville; Martyn Colebrook _12. Tentacles and Teeth: The Lovecraftian Being in Popular Culture; Mark Jones. STEINMEYER, Jim, Who Was Dracula ? Bram Stokers Trail of Blood, New York, Jeremy P. Tarcher, 2013, 336 pages. TURLIN, Jean-Rodolphe, Promenades au pays des Hobbits : itinraires travers la Comt de J.R.R. Tolkien, Dinan, Terre de Brume, 2012, 197 pages. VAN ZEE, Amy, How to Analyze the Works of C.S.Lewis, Minneapolis, ABDO Pub., 2013, 112 pages. VINCENT, Bev, The Dark Tower Companion : A Guide to Stephen Kings Epic Fantasy , New York, New American Library, 2013, ix, 498 pages. WEBER, David : House of Steel : The Honorverse Companion , New York, Baen Books, 2013, 576 pages.

K. A. Laity 124_The Hulking Hyde: How the Incredible Hulk Reinvented the Modern Jekyll and Hyde Monster_ Lance Eaton 138_Critical Thinking on the Dark Side_ Lisa Marie Miller 156_"Inside..._Doesnt Matter": Responding to American Psycho and Its Dantean Agenda_ Miles Tittle 179_In the Dark of Your Own Psyche: Jungian Theory and Horror_ J. A. White 200_Skins and Bones: The Horror of the Real_ John Edward Martin 224_The Pedagogical Value of Mary Shelleys Frankenstein in Teaching Adaptation Studies_ Ben Kooyman 245. ARNOLD, Sarah, Maternal Horror Film : Melodrama and Motherhood , New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, 216 pages. Horror film is particularly prone to articulating fears and tensions about maternal figures, and reflects cultural apprehensions concerning the changing nature of motherhood. Via predominantly US and European case studies, Maternal Horror Film: Melodrama and Motherhood establishes a framework for understanding two dominant representations of motherhood: selfsacrificing and demonic. Building on this, Arnold investigates how discourses of motherhood exist within East Asian horror texts using popular recent horror films to illustrate. Historical and contemporary case studies include Psycho (1960), Poltergeist (1985), Invasion (2007), Ringu (1998), The Others (2001), Dark Water (2003), and The Seventh Sign (1988). BENNETT, Tara, Fringe : Septembers Notebook, San Rafael, Insight Editions, 2013, 192 pages. Delve into televisions most otherworldly phenomenon! Fringe: Septembers Notebook is a uniquely in-world collection that explores the intricate destinies of Walter Bishop, Peter Bishop, and Olivia Dunham. Gathered by the Observer known only as September, these pages reveal new truths about the Fringe Division and Massive Dynamic. The book also closely examines the Amber timeline and the alternate universe Over There. Packed with concept art, exclusive photos, and intriguing ephemera, Septembers Notebook will satisfy every serious fans hunger for details about the Observers, quirks and little-known facts about each character, insight into Fringe Science, and much more. Easter eggs throughout build on the many symbols and codes woven into the shows fabric, uncovering truths never before revealed. COLLECTIF, Star Wars : le Livre des Sith, Paris, Larousse, 2013, 160 pages.


AHMAD, Alyad & Sean MORELAND (eds.), Fear and Learning : Essays on the Pedagogy of Horror, Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, 284 pages. Foreword by Glen Hirshberg 1_Introduction: Horror in the Classroom_ Aalya Ahmad and Sean Moreland 5_Postmodernism with Sam Raimi (or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying About Theory and Love Evil Dead)_ Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock 19_Towards a Monster Pedagogy: Reclaiming the Classroom for the Other_ John Edgar Browning 40_When the Women Think: Teaching Horror in Womens and Gender Studies_ Aalya Ahmad 56_Acts of Re-Possession: Bollywoods Re-Inventions of the Occult _Possession Film_ Sean Moreland and Summer Pervez 75_Beyond the Lure: Teaching Horror, Teaching Theory_ Brian Johnson 95_A Ravens Eye View: Teaching Scopophilia with Dario Argento_


COLLECTIF, Doctor Who Character Encyclopedia, New York, DK Publishing, 2013, 208 pages. COLLECTIF, Star Trek : The Visual Diction a r y , New York, DK Publishing, 2013, 96 pages. COMER, Todd A. & Lloyd Isaac VAYO (eds.), Terror and the Cinematic Sublime : Essays on Violence and the Unpresentable in post-9/11 Films, Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, vi, 208 pages. Preface and Acknowledgments 1 Introduction: Terror and the (Post)Cinematic Sublime Todd A. Comer and Lloyd Isaac Vayo 5_Hits and Missives: Excluding/Embracing 9/11_Plummeting to the Pavement: The Fall of the Body in _ Spider-Man Kartik Nair 15_When Does the Hurting Stop? Clovereld and the _ (Re)Enabling of Fantasy in the Post-9/11 City Scott Wilson 29_Keeping Terror Alive: The Political Economy of Visibility _ in Inside Man Sven Cvek 42_Pushing the Enveloped: Exposing the Limits of Freedom_Aronofskys Cinematic Vision and the Ethical Meaning of _ Freedom as the Sublime Horizon of Amor Fati Donald Callen 57_The Apocalyptic Sublime: Hollywood Disaster Films and _ Donnie Darko Seung-hoon Jeong 72_History Is Always Virgin: Quentin Tarantinos Inglourious _ Basterds and the Lyotardian Sublime Marco Grosoli 88_Tarrying with Sublimity: The Limits of Cinematic Form in _ Duncan Jones Source Code Michael J. Blouin 103_Communique-tion Breakdown: (Post)Cinematic Interruptions_Pleasure and Pain: Post-Cinematic Remakes Holly Willis 119_Watching the World Burn: Intensity, Absurdity and Echoes _ of the Sublime in Contemporary Science Fiction Destruction John P. Warton 134_The AIllusion: Intelligent Machines, Jacques Derridas "Ethical _ Turn" and Oren Pelis Paranormal Activity Larrie Dudenhoeffer 150_The Indigestibility of the World: Birthing the Posthuman in _ Spielbergs A.I. Todd A. Comer 165_Afterword: Afterwards Patrick Fuery 181. COTTA VAZ, Mark, Sublimes cratures : le guide officiel du film, Paris, Hachette, 2013, 142 pages. CURTIS, Grant, The Art of Oz the Great and Powerful , New York, Disney Editions, 2013, 256 pages. DEVITO, Carlo, Star Trek Classic Quotes : The Next Generation, Kennebunkport, Cider Mill Press, 2013, 96 pages.

DIAZ-ZAMBRANA, Rosana & Patricia TOM (dir.), Horrofilmico : aproximaciones al cine de terror en Latinoamerica y el Caribe , San Juan (Puerto Rico), Editorial Isla Negra, 2012, 463 pages. Breve prembulo sobre el significado del terror/ Pedro Cabiya -- Introduccin : horrografas : rutas transcontinentales del miedo / Rosana Daz-Zambrana -- Monstruos neoliberales : capitalismo y terror en Cronos y Somos lo que hay / Ignacio M. Snchez Prado -- Terror, transnacionalizacin y taquilla : fantasmas y reivindicaciones en el cine latinoamericano contemporneo, el caso de El espinazo del diablo de Guillermo del Toro / Jorge Gonzlez del Pozo -- Las multitudes no-muertas : alegoras del neoliberalismo en Plaga zombie y Plaga zombie : zona mutante / Jonathan Risner -- Panorama histrico del horror en el cine brasileo / Laura Loguercio Cnepa -- Carlos Hugo Christensen : sombras del miedo en Sudamrica / Carlos Primati -- La invasin zombi en el cine de terror independiente latinoamericano / Alfredo Suppia y Lcio Reis Filho -Transilvania-Cali-Bogot : "tropicalizacin" en tres pelculas de horror colombianas / Gabriel Andrs Eljaiek Rodrguez -- De Transilvania a Ayacucho : historias de vampiros y qarqachas / Jos Carlos Cano Lpez -- Cine de terror ecuatoriano : un acercamiento al gtico andino / Gabriela Alemn -- Zombis y chupanalgas en la Isla del Espanto : la comedia de horror en el cine de culto puertorriqueo / Rosana Daz-Zambrana -- De los Crpatos a la Patagonia o la mudanza de los vampiros : gtico y exploitation cinema en Argentina / Nadina Olmedo -- Cine de terror en Chile (2000-2011) : la figura del zombi en el imaginario cultural de la posdictadura chilena / Vania Barraza Toledo -- Horror o poltica : el selectivo anclaje de los fantasmas del pasado a ambos lados del Atlntico / lvaro Fernndez -La Violencia y su sombra : asomos al gnero del horror en el cine colombiano : Vallejo, Mayolo, Ospina / Felipe Gmez Gutirrez -Miedos infantiles, adolescencias transgresoras : religin, poltica y sexualidad en el campo del horror dominicano / Patricia Tom -- Consumo y produccin de terror trash en Brasil : reciclaje cultural, distincin y sociabilidad / Mayka Castellano -- El problema del estilo en Jos Mojica Marins / Rodrigo Carreiro -- Entre la carencia y el exceso : la construccin de una industria del cine de horror en Chile / Luca Reinaga -- La casa muda (2010) : 'miedo real en tiempo real' / Victoria Rutalo -- Fbulas del desencanto : horrores y distopas en el audiovisual cubano contemporneo / Dean Luis Reyes -- Reflexiones sobre lo femenino y lo


sobrenatural en las pelculas de horror de Carlos Enrique Taboada / Beatriz Saldanha -Cine de terror argentino : historia, temas y esttica de un gnero en el perodo clsico / Fernando Pagnoni Berns -- Entrevista : Benicio del Toro y el cine de horror / Rosana DazZambrana. DONNELLY K. J. & Philip HAYWARD (eds.), Music in Science Fiction Television : Tuned to the Future, New York, Routledge, 2013, xviii, 228 pages. Music in The twilight zone / James Wierzbicki -Time warp : sonic retro-futurism in The Jetsons / Rebecca Coyle and Alex Mesker -- John Williams music to Lost in space : the monumental, the profound, and the hyperbolic / Ron Rodman -- Hearing the boldly goings : tracking the title themes of the Star Trek television franchise, 1966-2005 / Neil Lerner -Whimsical complexity : music and sound design in The Clangers / Philip Hayward -Schizophrenic chords and warm shivers in the stomach : the "new astronautic sound" of Raumpatrouille / Guido Heldt -- Televisions musical imagination : Space: 1999 / K.J. Donnelly -- The sound of civilization : music in Terry Nations Survivors / Derek Johnston -Rematerialization : musical engagements with the British TV series Doctor Who / Philip Hayward and Jon Fitzgerald -- Babylon 5 : science fiction, melodrama and musical style / Louis Niebur -- The work of music in The age of steel : themes, leitmotifs and stock music in the new Doctor Who / David Butler -- Lost in music : Heidegger, the glissando and otherness / Isabella van Elferen -- Visual effects in Sanctuary : the reparative function of sound in low budget science fiction series / Lisa Schmidt. ELLIS, Sigrid & Michael damian THOMAS, Queers Dig Time Lords : A Celebration of Doctor Who by the LGBTQ Fans who Love it , Des Moines (Iowa), Mad Norvegian Press, 2013, 240 pages. FLOTMANN, Christina, Ambiguity in S t a r W a r s and Harry Potter : A (post) Structuralist Reading of Two Popular Myths , Bielfeld, transcript Verlag, 2013, 393 pages. FRANCIS, James Jr., Remaking Horror : Hollywoods New Reliance on Scares of Old, Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, vii, 214 pages. This book chronicles the American horror film genre in its development of remakes from the 1930s into the 21st century. Gus Van Sants 1998 remake of Alfred Hitchcocks P s y c h o

(1960) is investigated as the watershed moment when the genre opened its doors to the possibility that any horror movie--classic, modern, B-movie, and more--might be remade for contemporary audiences.__Staple horror franchises--Halloween (1978), Friday the 13th (1980), and A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)--are highlighted along with their remake counterparts in order to illustrate how the genre has embraced a phenomenon of remake productions and what the future of horror holds for American cinema. More than 25 original films, their remakes, and the movies they influenced are presented in detailed discussions throughout the text. FRANKHAM-ALLEN, Andy, Companions : Fifty Years of Doctor Who Assistants : An Unofficial Guide , Cardiff, Candy Jar Books, 2013, 344 pages. FREEMAN, Brian James, Hans-ake Lilja, Kevin QUIGLEY, The Illustrated Stephen King Movie Trivia Book , Forest Hill (Md), Cemetery Dance Publications, 2013, 476 pages. Illustrations : Glenn CHADBOURNE. GARCIA, Frank & Mark PHILLIPS, Science Fiction Television Series, 1990-2004 : Histories, Casts, Credits for 58 Shows , Jefferson (NC), MacFarland, 2013, 431 pages. GELDER,Ken, New Vampire Cinema , London, BFI, 2012, ix, 155 pages. Vampire films have always gone to outlying regions: not Transylvania any more (although this remains a 'magical' point of reference), but Mexico, the suburbs of Stockholm, a remote town in Alaska, the forests of the United States, Australia, Korea, Japan, New Zealand. New Vampire Cinema examines forty modern classic vampire films from 1992 to the present day, responding to this remarkably long-lasting example of genre cinema. GERANI, Gary (ed.), Top 100 Fantasy Films, San Diego (CA), IDW Publ. Fantastic Press, 2012, 200 pages. GINN, Sherry, Power and Control in the Television Worlds of Joss Whedon , Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, 198 pages. This study explores the myriad natural and supernatural methods Whedons characters use to achieve power and control over unsuspecting friends and foes, including witchcraft and other paranormal means, love, aggression, and scientific devices such as psychosurgery and psychopharmacology. A catalog of characters and a complete list of episodes for each series completes this valuable addition to the growing


body of scholarship on televisions "Whedonverse." GRANT, Robert, Writing the Science Fiction F i l m , Studio City (CA), Michael Wiese Productions,2013, 250 pages. HUSS, John (ed.), Planet of the Apes and Philosophy : Great Apes Think Alike, Chicago (IL), Open Court, (Popular Culture and Philosophy), 2013, 288 pages. The first Planet of the Apes movie appeared in 1968, based on the novel by Pierre Boulle. Now a popular and expanding franchise, the everinventive sequels and prequels raise important philosophical questions about animal rights, genetic engineering, race relations, time travel, and our place in the cosmos. In Planet of the Apes and Philosophy: Great Apes Think Alike, twenty-three philosophers provide varied viewpoints on this impressive phenomenon of popular culture. KIRBY, David A., Lab Coats in Hollywood : Science, Scientists, and Cinema, Cambridge, The MIT Press, 2013, 280 pages. Rd. : 2011. KNIGHT, Peter, Le Secret des Envahisseurs , Saint-Znon, ditions Louise Courteau, 2013, 540 pages. La clbre tlsrie contiendrait des codes secrets dune caste venue dun autre monde et qui sapprterait nous faire des trucs pas catholiques ! Pour mmoire... KHNE, Julia, Ralph KUSCHKE, Arno METELING (eds.), Splatter Movies : Essays zum modernen Horrorfilm, Berlin, Bertz & Fischer, 2012, 261 pages. Vorwort 7 Von Thomas Macho Einleitung 9 Von Julia Khne, Ralph Kuschke, Arno Meteling I. Medien und sthetik 17 Vorbemerkung von Arno Meteling Take a Closer Look 21 Filmische Strategien der Annherung des Blicks an die Wunde Von Stefan Hltgen Profane Apokalypse 30 George A. Romeros DAWN OF THE DEAD Von James McFarland Endspiele 51 Erhabene Groteske in BRAINDEAD, KOROSHIYA und HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES Von Arno Meteling II. Psychoanalyse und Gender 67 Vorbemerkung von Julia Khne Mnnliche Schwangerschaft und 72 weibliche Penetration Transmutationen, Shifts und die Figur des

Drittenin David Cronenbergs SHIVERS Von Julia Khne Bluten, Huten, Fragmentieren 96 Der Splatterfilm als Schwellenraum am Beispiel von THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE und THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2 Von Gabriele Dietze Arbeit am Trauma 109 Wes Cravens SCREAM-Trilogie Von Elisabeth Bronfen Neo-Splatter 120 BRIDE OF CHUCKY und der Horror der Heteronormativitt Von Judith Halberstam III. Blick und konomie 133 Vorbemerkung von Ralph Kuschke Einblicke 137 Neugier auf das Innere des Anderen Von Marcus Stiglegger Ausrinnen als Einbung 151 Der Splatterfi lm als Perspektive auf fl exibilisierte medienkulturelle Subjektivitt Von Drehli Robnik Terrorema 164 Von Schlachtbildern und Bilderschlachten Von Ralph Kuschke IV. Splatterwerkstatt Deutschland 178 Vorbemerkung von Thomas Groh Manahmen gegen die Gewalt. 183 Der TANZ DER TEUFEL und die Wrde des Menschen Aspekte der Gewaltdebatte im Zusammenhang mit Sam Raimis THE EVIL DEAD Von Manfred Riepe Interview mit Jrg Buttgereit 205 Von Stefan Hltgen und Julia Khne Interview mit Christoph Schlingensief 225 Von Gerburg Treusch-Dieter Anhang Der Splatter-Kanon. 50 wichtige Splatterfilme. LEITCH, Gillian I., (ed.), Doctor Who in Space and Time : Essays on Themes, Characters, History and Fandom, Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, 300 pages. Introduction (Gillian I. Leitch) 1_ 1. Event TV: Fan Consumption of Televised Doctor Who in Britain (1963-Present) (Andrew ODay) 7_ 2. Social Spaces: British Fandom to the Present (Andrew ODay) 25_ 3. Dont Call It a Comeback (Aaron Gulyas) 44_ 4. Whose Doctor? (J.M. Frey) 64_ 5. In and Out of Time: Memory and Chronology (Kieran Tranter) 82_ 6. Effecting the Cause: Time Travel Narratives (Paul Booth) 97_ 7. Narrative Conict and the Portrayal of Media, Public Relations and _Marketing in the New Doctor Who (Racheline Maltese) 112_ 8. Nostalgia for Empire, 1963-1974 (Maura Grady and Cassie Hemstrom) 125_ 9. A Needle Through the


Heart: Violence and Tragedy as a Narrative Device (Lindsay Coleman) 142_10. Everything Dies: The Message of Mortality in the Eccleston and Tennant Years (Kristine Larsen) 157_11. "Ready to outsit eternity": Human Responses to the Apocalypse (Andrew Crome) 175_12. A Country Made from Metal? The "Britishness" of Human-Machine _Marriage in Series 31 (Kate Flynn) 195_13. "Whatever you do, dont blink!" Gothic Horror and the Weeping Angels Trilogy (David Whitt) 213_14. Doctor Whos Women and His Little Blue Box: Time Travel as a Heroic Journey of Self-Discovery for Rose Tyler, Martha Jones and Donna Noble (Antoinette F. Winstead) 227_15. Spoiled for Another Life: Sarah Jane Smiths Adventures with and Without Doctor Who (Sherry Ginn) 242_16. Chasing Amy: The Evolution of the Doctors Female Companion in the New Who (Lynnette Porter) 253. MAYO, Mike, The Horror Show Guide : The Ultimate Frightfest of Movies, Canton (Mi), Visible Ink Press, 2013, xvii, 477 pages. PHEASANT-KELLY, Frances, Fantasy Film Post 9/11 , New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, 224 pages. Settings, Spectacle, and the Other: Picturing Disgust in Jackson's The Lord of the Rings Trilogy _2. Bewitching, Abject, Uncanny: Magical Spectacle in the Harry Potter Films_3. Pirate Politics and the Spectacle of the Other: Pirates of the Caribbean _4. Resurrection, Anthropomorphism, and Cold War Echoes in Adamson's The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the W a r d r o b e _5. The Aesthetics of Trauma: Temporality and Multidirectional Memory in Pan's Labyrinth_6. Reframing the Cold War in the Twenty-First Century: Action, Nostalgia, and Nuclear Holocaust in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull_7. The Ecstasy of Chaos: Mediating 9/11, Terrorism, and Trauma in The Dark Knight _8. Wounding, Morality, and Torture: Reflections of the War on Terror in Iron Man and Iron Man 2_9. Shock and Awe: Terror, Technology, and the Sublime Nature of Cameron's Avatar. PAIK, Karen, The Art of Monster University San Francisco (CA), Chronicle Books, 2013, 172 pages. Prface de Dan Scanlon. Introduction par John Lasseter & Pete Docter. PIROT, Stphane (dir.), Le Cinma ruin de F. W. Murnau. I : les films perdus , Allemagne, 1919-1923, Veign, ditions du Pingouin masqu, (Collection des films invisibles), 2012, 71 pages.

REGAZZI, Jean, LEnfance de la peur : dans le hors-champ de Bob Clark, Jack Clayton & Richard Loncraine, Paris, LHarmattan, 2013, 224 pages. Full Circle de Richard Loncraine, The innocents de Jack Clayton et Black Christmas de Bob Clark : trois films de peur des annes soixante et soixante-dix o l'enfance est centrale. Cet essai revient sur ces films pour mieux cerner ce qui gt de peur et d'enfance au coeur du cinma. SALISBURY, Mark, Frankenweenie : The Visual Companion , New York, Disney Editions, 2013, 208 pages. SRISIER, Pierre, Le Prisonnier : sommesnous tous des numros ? , Paris, Presses universitaires de France, 2013, 144 pages. Le Prisonnier est d'abord l'oeuvre d'un homme, Patrick McGoohan, qui livre la postrit un chef d'oeuvre ingal. Jamais une fiction tlvise n'a t ce point tudie, dissque et documente depuis l'apparition du petit cran. Acteur, ralisateur, scnariste, producteur, directeur de casting et finalement matre d'oeuvre habit par une ambition, McGoohan a tent un pari que l'on peut juger fou et livr en seulement 17 pisodes une contribution majeure la culture populaire. Le Prisonnier est galement une srie inscrite dans le temps. Elle est la fois le tmoin de son poque, la fin des annes 60, et prophtique par bien des aspects en dnonant l'alination de la socit de consommation, la tyrannie du pouvoir, la fascination pour la mdecine, la surveillance croissante de l'individu et la perte des repres de l'identit de chacun d'entre nous dans un phnomne croissant d'isolement. SCOTT, Cavan & Mark WRIGHT, Who-ology : Doctor Who : The Official Miscellany, London, BBC Books, 2013, 384 pages. TARKOSKIJ Andrej A. Jun. (dir.), Andrej Tarkovskij : Leben und Werk, Schriften, Stills & Polaroids, Mnchen, Schirmer/Mosel, 2012, 319 pages. Mit einem Essay von HansJoachim Schlegel. URBANSKI, Heather, The Science Fiction Reboot : Canon, Innovation and Fandom in Refashioned Franchise , Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, 240 pages. This analysis examines several recent reimagined science fiction franchises ( S t a r Trek, Battlestar Galactica, V, and Star Wars) in order to capture how "reboots" work from a fan perspective. Previous encounters with these stories make the reboot experience distinct for


fan-viewers, who bring with them a set of expectations and knowledge, often tied to franchise canon that cannot be separated from the new film or television series. WEISHAAR, Schuy R., Masters of the Grotesque : The Cinema of Tim Burton, Terry Gilliam, The Coen Brothers and David Lynch, Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2012, 211 pages. WESTFAHL, Gary, A Sense-of-Wonderful Century : Explorations of Science Fiction and Fantasy Films, San Bernardino, Borgo Press, (Malcolm Hulke Studies in Cinema and Television, 3), 2012, 340 pages.

and inclusive aspects of American culture. Arnaudo asserts that, amidst the exciting action, tender love stories, and tales of selfsacrifice, superheroes are role models for tolerance and moral decision making. Translated for the first time into English, The Myth of the Superhero looks beyond the cape, the mask, and the superpowers, presenting a serious study of the genre and its place in a broader cultural context. ARNDT, Richard J., Horror Comics in Black and White : A History and Catalog, 19642004 , Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, vii, 289 pages. BERNDT, Jaqueline & Bettina KLMERLINGMEIBAUER (eds.), Mangas Cultural Crossroads, New York, Routledge, 2013, 282 pages. BUCHAN, Suzanne (ed.), Pervasive Animation, New York, Routledge, 2013, 384 pages. BUNO, Antoine, Le Petit livre bleu : les Schtroumpfs sont-ils mysogines, communistes ou nazis ?, Paris, Pocket, 2013, 187 pages. Postface indite de lauteur. CAVALLARO, Dani, Japanese Aesthetics and Anime : The Influence of Tradition, Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, vii, 199 pages. CHEU, Johnson, Diversity in Disney Films : Critical Essays on Race, Ethnicity, gender, Sexuality and Disability , Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, viii, 307 pages. DITTMER, Jason, Captain America and the Nationalist Superhero : Metaphors, Narratives and Geopolitics, Philadelphia, Temple University Press, 2013, 242 pages. GROENSTEEN, Thierry, Entretiens avec Joann Sfarr, Bruxelles, les Impressions Nouvelles, (Rflexions faites), 2013, 288 p. HOWARD, Sheena C. & Ronald L. JACKSON II, (Eds.), Black Comics : Politics of Race and R e p r e s e n t a t i o n , New York, Bloomsbury Academic, 2013, 288 pages. Foreword, William Foster III \ Introduction, Sheena Howard and Ronald L. Jackson II \ Part I: Comics Then & Now \ 1. Brief History of The Black Comic Strip: Past and Present, Sheena C. Howard \ 2. The Trouble With Romance in Jackie Ormes's Comics, N a n c y Goldstein \ 3. Contemporary Representations of Black Females in Newspaper Comic Strips, Tia C. M. Tyree \ 4. Black Comics and Social Media, Derek Lackaff and Michael Sales \ 5. Beyond B&W? The Global Manga of Felipe Smith, Casey Brienza \ Part II: Representing Race & G e n d e r \ 6. Studying Black Comic Strips: Popular Culture, African American Repertoire, and Discourses of Race, Angela M. Nelson \ 7.



APOSTOLIDS, Jean-Marie, Lettre Herg, Bruxelles, Les Impressions Nouvelles, (Rflexions faites), 2013, 176 pages. ARNAUDO, Marco, The Myth of the Superhero , Baltimore (MD), Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012, 216 pages. A refugee from his broken planet who saves earth (more than once), Superman was sent to America as his fathers final act before dying. Does this make him the ultimate immigrant success story? Disillusioned with a crime-filled world, Bruce Wayne seeks guidance from a shaman and transforms himself into the flawlessly moral Batman. Through a series of close readings of DC and Marvel comics, Marco Arnaudo explores the influence of religion and myth on superhero stories as well as their relationship to the classical epic and baroque style.Superheroes embody the most positive


Blowing Flames into the Souls of Black Folk: Ollie Harrington and his Bombs from Berlin to Harlem, Christian Davenport \ 8. Panthers and Vixens: Black Superheroines and Sexuality in Contemporary Comic Books, Jeffrey A. Brown \ 9. Gender, Race and The Boondocks, Sheena C. H o w a r d \ 10. From Sexual Siren to Race Traitor: Condoleeza Rice in Political Cartoons, Clariza Ruiz De Castilla and Zazil Reyes Garcia \ Part III: Comics as Political Commentary \ 11. "There's a Revolutionary Messiah in Our Mist": A Pentadic Analysis of Birth of a Nation: A Comic Novel , Carlos D. Morrison and Ronald L. Jackson II \ 12. Inappropriate Political Content: Serialized Comic Strips at the Intersection of Visual Rhetoric and the Rhetoric of Humor, Elizabeth Sills \ 13. Will the "Real" Black Super Heroes Please Stand Up?!, Kenneth Ghee \ 14. Culturally Gatekeeping the Black Comic Strip, David DeIuliis \ Afterword, Jeet Heer \ Bibliography \ Index. KORTEL, Steven, DC Super-Pets Character E n c y c l o p e d i a , North Mankato (MN), Capstone/Picture Window Books, 2013, 128 pages. KRAFT, David Anthony, Comics Interview : the Complete Collection, Philadelphia (NJ), CO@ Comics, 2013, 680 pages. McKINNEY, Mark, Redrawing French Empire in Comics, Columbus, Ohio State University Press, (Studies in Comics and Cartoons), 2013, 304 pages. Redrawing French Empire in Comics by Mark McKinney investigates how comics have represented the colonization and liberation of Algeria and Indochina. It focuses on the conquest and colonization of Algeria (from 1830), the French war in Indochina (19461954), and the Algerian War (19541962). Imperialism and colonialism already featured prominently in nineteenthcentury French-language comics and cartoons by Tpffer, Cham, and Petit. Redrawing French Empire in Comics shows how contemporary cartoonists such as Alagb, Baloup, Boudjellal, Ferrandez, and Sfar have staked out different, sometimes conflicting, positions on French colonial history. MRAND, Patrick, Les Langues trangres dans loeuvre dHerg , Saint-Maur des Fosss, ditions Spia, 2013, 67 pages. MIODRAG, Hannah, Comics and Language : Reimagining Critical Discourse on the Form, Jackson, University Press of Mississippi, 2013, 240 pages.

PFEFFER, Melina, Anthropomorphisierung im Animationsfilm, Mnchen, Utz, 2012, 347 pages. PHILLIPS, Nickie D. & Staci STROBL, Comic Book Crime : Truth, Justice and the American W a y , New York, New York University Press, 2013, 320 pages. Through an analysis of approximately 200 comic books sold from 2002 to 2010, as well as several years of immersion in comic book fan culture, Phillips and Strobl reveal the kinds of themes and plots popular comics feature in a post-9/11 context. They discuss heroes calculations of deathworthiness, or who should be killed in meting out justice, and how these judgments have as much to do with the heros character as they do with the actions of the villains. This fascinating volume also analyzes how class, race, ethnicity, gender, and sexual orientation are used to construct difference for both the heroes and the villains in ways that are both conservative and progressive. Engaging, sharp, and insightful, Comic Book Crime is a fresh take on the very meaning of truth, justice, and the American way. ROMAGNOLI, Alex S. & Gian S. PAGNUCCI, Enter the Superheroes. American Values, Culture, and the Canon of Superhero Literature , Lanham (MD), The Scarecrow Press, 2013, 256 pages. In Enter the Superheroes: American Values, Culture, and the Canon of Superhero Literature, Alex S. Romagnoli and Gian S. Pagnucci argue that superheroes merit serious study, both within the academy and beyond. By examining the kinds of graphic novels that are embraced by the academy, this book explains how superhero stories are just as significant. Structured around key themes within superhero literature, the book delves into the features that make superhero stories a unique genre. The book also draws upon examples in comics and other media to illustrate the sociohistorical importance of superheroesfrom the interplay of fans and creators to unique narrative elements that are brought to their richest fulfillment within the world of superheroes. A list of noteworthy superhero texts that readers can look to for future study is also provided. USCHAN, Michael V., Comic Art, Detroit, Lucent Books, 2013, 112 pages.


BRODE, Douglas, Dream West : Politics and Religion in Cowboy Movies , Austin, University of Texas Press, 2013, 362 pages. Examining dozens of Westerns, including Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, Red River, 3:10 to Yuma (old and new), The Wild Ones , High Noon , My Darling Clementine, The Alamo, and No Country for Old Men , Brode demonstrates that the genre (with notable exceptions that he fully covers) was the product of Hollywood liberals who used it to project a progressive agenda on issues such as gun control, environmental protection, respect for non-Christian belief systems, and community cohesion versus rugged individualism. Challenging us to rethink everything we thought we knew about the genre, Brode argues that the Western stands for precisely the opposite of what most people todaywhether they love it or hate itbelieve to be the essential premise of the only truly, authentically, and uniquely American narrative form. DUBOIS, Guy, La Conqute de lOuest en chansons : tude sociohistorique des chants de soldats, de hors-la-loi, de chercheurs dor, de mineurs, de mormons et de fermiers amricains du XIXe sicle, 1840-1910 , Paris, LHarmattan, 2011, 455 pages. GRAULICH, Melody & Nicolas S. WITSCHI (eds.), Dirty Words in Deadwood : Literature and the Postwestern , Lincoln, University Of Nebraska Press, (Postwestern Horizons), 2013, 360 pages. HERMANSSON, Casie, How to Analyze the Films of Clint Eastwood, Minneapolis (MN), ABDO Pub., 2013, 112 pages. HEARNE, Joanna, Native Recognition : Indigenous Cinema and the Western , Alabany, SUNY Press, 2012, xx, 408 pages. HOWE, LeAnne, Seeing Red : Hollywoods Pixeled Skins. American Indians and Film, East Lansing, Michigan State University Press, (American Indian Studies), 2013, 180 pages. KAPSIS, Robert E. (ed.), Clint Eastwood : I n t e r v i e w s , Jackson, University Pres of Mississippi, (Conversations with Filmmakers Series), 2013, 275 pages. PITTS, Michael R., Western Movies : A Guide to 5,105 Feature Films , Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2012, vii, 475 pages. Red.

avec plus de 900 nouvelles entres. STASI, Paul & Jennifer GREIMAN (eds.), The Last Western : Deadwood and the End of American Empire , New York, Blommsbury, 2013, x, 288 pages.

SAGALA, Sandra K., Buffalo Bill on the Silver Screen : The Films of William F. Cody , Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 2013, 232 pages.

For more than thirty years, William F. Buffalo Bill Cody entertained audiences across the United States and Europe with his Wild West show. Scores of books have been written about Codys fabled career as a showman, but his involvement in the film industryfollowing the dissolution of his traveling showis less well known. In Buffalo Bill on the Silver Screen, Sandra K. Sagala chronicles the fascinating story of Codys venture into filmmaking during the early cinema period.

MINI DOSSIER CORMAC McCARTHY BOGUTA-MARCHEL, Hanna, The Evil, The Fated, The Biblical : The Latent Metaphysics of Cormac McCarthy , Newcastle upon Tyne, Cambridge Scholars, 2012, xx, 189 pages. CREMEAN, David (ed.), Cormac McCarthy, Ipswich (MA), Salem Press, 2013, 329 pages. JOSYPH, Peter, Cormac McCarthys House : Reading McCarthy Without Walls, Austin, University of Texas Press, 2013, 304 pages.


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BCHLER, Maja, Inszenierte Bedrohung : Folter im US-amerikanischen Kriegsfilms, 1979-2009 , Frankfurt & New York, Campus Verlag, 2013, 399 pages. BOSWELL, Matthew, Holocaust Impiety in Literature, Popular Music and Film, new York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, 2012, viii 211 pages. Holocaust Impiety in Literature, Popular Music and Film is an account of provocative and controversial representations of the Holocaust. Many wellknown artists have attracted criticism for approaching the Nazi genocide in ways that have been deemed ill-conceived or offensive. Examples include Sylvia Plath's notorious claim that 'Every woman adores a Fascist' in her poem 'Daddy' and songs such as 'Belsen Was a Gas' by the Sex Pistols. The Holocaust has even provided material for stand-up comedy and gory Hollywood blockbusters such as Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds. CHONG, Sylvia Shin Huey, The Oriental Obscene : Violence and Racial Fantasies in the Vietnam Era, Durham, Duke University Press, 2012, xiii, 364 pages. Introduction : specters of Vietnam -- Bringing the war home : spectacles of violence and rebellion in the American 1968 -- Reporting the war : ethical crises of action in the movementimage of Vietnam -- Restaging the war : fantasizing defeat in Hollywood's Vietnam -Kung Fu fighting : pacifying and mastering the martial body -- Being Bruce Lee : death and the limits of the movement-image of martial arts -- Conclusion : returning to 'Nam : the Vietnam veteran's orientalized body. DOHERTY, Thomas, Hollywood and Hitler, 1933-1939 , New York, Columbia University Press, 2013, 429 pages. GALLAGHER, Gary W., Causes Won, Lost, and Forgotten : How Hollywood and Popular Culture Art Shape What We Know about the Civil War , Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina Press, 288 pages. JONES, Charles A., More Than Just a War : Narratives of the Just War and Military Life, New York, Routledge, 2013, 224 pages. Works by William Shakespeare, Sir Walter Scott, James Fennimore Cooper, Stephen

Crane, John Buchan, Robert Louis Stevenson, Joseph Conrad, Tim OBrien and Kurt Vonnegut are featured. KELLEY, Beverly Merrill, Reelpolitik Ideologies in American Political Film, Lanham, Lexington Books, 2012, viii, 263 pages. Each chapter includes a case study which provides an in-depth analysis of the single film that best illustrates the ideology at hand, including: The Candidate (populism), Wall Street (elitism), The Godfather (fascism), All the President's Men (anti-fascism), Patton (interventionism), and M*A*S*H (isolationism). LKE, Martina G, Worte wie Waffe : Krieg und Romantik , Gttingen, V & R Unipress, (Schriften des Erich Maria Remarque-Archivs, 27), 2013, 371 pages. SANBORN, Wallis R., The American Novel of War : A Critical Analysis and Classification System, Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2012, 232 pages. This innovative work establishes the American novel of war as its own sub-genre within American war literature, creating standards by which such works can be classified and critically and popularly analyzed. Each chapter identifies a defining characteristic, analyzes existing criticism, and explores the characteristic in American war novels of record. Topics include violence, war rhetoric, the death of noncombatants, and terrain as an enemy. SEESSLEN, Georg, Das Zweite Leben des Dritten Reichs : (Post)nazismus und populre Kultur, teil 1 , Berlin, Bertz & Fischer, 2013, 232 pages.

BROMLEY, James M. & Will STOCKTON (eds.), Sex Before Sex : Figuring the Act in Early Modern Britain , Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 2013, vii, 329 pages. Drawing attention to overlooked forms of sexual activity in early modern culture, from anilingus and interspecies sex to chinchucking and convivial drinking, Sex before Sex offers a multifaceted view of what sex looked like before the term entered history. Through incisive interpretations of a wide range of literary texts, including Romeo and Juliet, The Comedy of Errors, Paradise Lost , the figure of Lucretia, and pornographic poetry, this


collection queries what might constitute sex in the absence of a widely accepted definition and how a historicized concept of sex affects the kinds of arguments that can be made about early modern sexualities.Contributors: Holly Dugan, George Washington U; Will Fisher, CUNYLehman College; Stephen Guy-Bray, U of British Columbia; Melissa J. Jones, Eastern Michigan U; Thomas H. Luxon, Dartmouth College; Nicholas F. Radel, Furman U; Kathryn Schwarz, Vanderbilt U; Christine Varnado, U of BuffaloSUNY. CYRINO, Monica S.(ed.), Screening Love and Sex in the Ancient World, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, 278 pages. Introduction: Screening Love & Sex in the Ancient World; M.S.Cyrino_PART I: SCREENING LOVE AND SEX IN ANCIENT MYTH AND LITERATURE _G. W. Pabst's Hesiodic Myth of Sex in Die Bchse der Pandora (1929); L.F.Garcia, J r . _ Kiss Me Deadly (1955): Pandora and Prometheus in Robert Aldrich's Cinematic Subversion of Spillane; P.James_Perversions of the Phaeacians: The Gothic Odyssey of Angels & Insects (1996); M.Safran_Woman Trouble: True Love and Homecoming in Pedro Almodvar's Volver (2006); C.Pache_Sappho and Pocahontas in Terrence Malick's The New World (2005); S.Easton_Soul Fuck: Possession and the Female Body in Antiquity and in Cinema; K.Day_Ancient Allusions and Modern Anxieties in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers ( 1 9 5 4 ) ; C.M.McDonough_PART II: SCREENING LOVE AND SEX IN ANCIENT HISTORY _Gorgo at the Limits of Liberation in Zack Snyder's 3 0 0 (2006); V.Tomasso_Oliver Stone's Unmanning of Alexander the Great in Alexander (2004); J.B.Pierce_The Order of Orgies: Sex and the Cinematic Roman; S.Raucci_Partnership and Love in Spartacus: Blood and Sand ( 2 0 1 0 ) ; A.Augoustakis_Objects of Desire: Female Gazes and Male Bodies in Spartacus: Blood and Sand (2010); A.K.Strong_Glenn Close Channels Theda Bara in Maxie (1985): A Chapter in the Social History of the Snake Bra; G.N.Daugherty_Virility and Licentiousness in Rome 's Mark Antony (2005-07); R.Kelly_Love, Rebellion, and Cleavage: Boadicea's Hammered Breastplate in The Viking Queen (1967); A.Futrell_Subverting Sex and Love in Alejandro Amenbar's Agora (2009); J.Paul. DESNOS, Robert, De lrotisme : considr dans ses manifestations crites et du point de vue de lesprit moderne, Paris, Gallimard, (LImaginaire), 2013, 115 pages.

LUBEY, Kathleen, Excitable Imaginations : Eroticism and Reading in Britain, 16601760 , Lewisburg, Bucknell University Press & Lanham (MD), The Rowman Littlefield Pub. Group, 2012, xi, 273 pages. Eroticism and the eighteenth-century imagination -- Imperfect enjoyments: errors of the imagination in Restoration England -- "Too great warmth": Joseph Addison, Eliza Haywood, and the pleasures of reading -"Something greatly awful": what sex does in early novels -- Sex as form: the aesthetic pedagogies of John Cleland and William Hogarth -- Coda philosophy's erotic forms. MIRABEL, Vincent (dir.), Les 200 plus belles dclarations damour du cinma , Paris, First, (Le petit Livre de : culture gnrale), 2013, 159 pages. MANKEKAR, Purnima & Louisa SCHIEN (eds.), Media, Erotics, and Transnational Asia , Durham (NC), Duke University Press, 2012, xi, 374 pages. Wayward erotics : mediating queer diasporic return / Martin F. Manalansan -- For your reading pleasure : self-health ("ziwo baojian") information in 1990s Beijing / Judith Farquhar - Zines and zones of desire : mass-mediated love, national romance, and sexual citizenship in gay Indonesia / Tom Boellstorf -Correspondence marriages, imagined virtual communities, and counter-erotics on the Internet / Nicole Constable -- Flows between the media and the clinic : desiring production and social production in urban Beijing / Everett Yuehong Zhang -- Dangerous desires : television and erotics in late twentieth-century India / Purnima Mankekar -- Homeland beauty : transnational longing and Hmong American video / Louisa Schein -- Another kind of love? Debating homosexuality and same-sex intimacy through Taiwanese and Chinese film reception / Sara L. Friedman -- Born under Western eyes : the politics and erotics of the documentary gaze in Born into brothels / Heather Dell -- American geishas and Oriental/ist fantasies / Anne Allison LENNE, Grard, Et mes seins, tu les aimes ? 50 fantasmes cinmatographiques, Paris, la Musardine, 2013, 187 pages. PURCELL, Natalie, Violence and the Pornographic Imagination : The Politics of Sex, Gender, and Agression in Pornographic Fantasy, New York, Routledge, 2012, xiii, 246 pages. "Just fantasy" : rethinking the pornographic, the


fantastic, and the real -- Golden-age assaults : heat and hostility in 1970s pornography -Romance and rebellion : the two faces of 1980s pornography -- Expressive bodies, intense encounters : realism in 1990s pornography -Banal brutality : in search of extremes in 2000s pornography -- Sex, gender, and power : aesthetics of arousal in contemporary pornography -- Body and soul : pleasure, pain, and self-revelation in today's hardcore -Afterword : pornography, feminism, and tomorrow's sexual politics. REDDY, William M., The Making of Romantic Love : Longing and Sexuality in Europe, South Asia, and Japan, 900-1200, Chicago, The University of Chicago Press, 2012, x, 439 pages. SEESSLEN, Georg, Future Sex in Queertopia : Sex-Fantasies in the Hightech-Welt , Berlin, Bertz & Fischer, 2013, 212 pages. SAINT-MARTIN, Lori, Rose-Marie FOURNIERGUILLEMETTE & Marie-Nolle HUET (dir.), Entre plaisir et pouvoir : lectures contemporaines de lrotisme, Qubec, Nota Bene, (Sminaires, no 21), 2012, 276 pages. TAORMINO, Tristan (ed. et al), The Feminist Porn Book : The Politics of Producing Pleasure , New York, Feminist Press, 2013, 432 pages. ZIGAROVICH, Jolene (ed.) Sex and Death in Eighteen-Century Literature , New York, Routledge, 2013, 328 pages. The wages of sanctity : fatal consequences of marriage and motherhood in the eighteenthcentury gothic novel / Ruth Bienstock Anolik -Corkscrews and courtesans : sex and death in circulation novels / Bonnie Blackwell -Courting death : necrophilia in Samuel Richardsons Clarissa / Jolene Zigarovich -Venus dissected : the visual blazon of mid-18th century medical atlases / Marcia Nichols -- The temptation of Alexander Pope : materialism and sexual fantasy in Eloisa to Abelard / James Steintrager -- Trading sex for secrets in Eliza Haywoods Love in excess / Scott Black -- Sex, madness and suicide in sir herbert crofts love and madness / Maximillian Novak -- Erotic death machines : sex and execution in James Boswells writing / Katherine Ellison -- Between life and death : representing necrophilia, medicine, and the figure of the intercessor in M.G. Lewiss The monk / Laura Miller -- Out of tune : sex, death, and gothic disharmony in eighteenth-century Scotland / Hamish Mathison -- Psychodrama : hypertheatricality and sexual excess on the gothic stage / George E.

Haggerty -- Sex, sodomy, and death sentences in the long eighteenth century / Ian McCormick.

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CAMERON, John (ed.), Narrative is the Essence of History : Essays on the Historical Novel , Newcastle upon Tyne, Cambridge Scholars Publ., 2013, 151 pages. Part I: The Historical Novel and Narratology Chapter One. Reading Romola and George Eliots Conscientious Reproductionsof History Zhanshu Liu Chapter Two LEducation Sentimentale: Passivity and Violence Rebecca Powers Chapter Three 1-2-3-4, How Do We Write War: The 42nd Parallel Patrick ODonnell Part II: The Historical Novel and the Line between Fact and Fiction Chapter Four Playing with Time: Remembering to Forget the Past in Sir Walter Scotts Ivanhoe: Darren J. Dyck Chapter Five . Chimamanda Ngozi Adichies Half of a Yellow Sun, Allegorical Aesthetics and Georg Lukcs Theory of Realism : Hamish Dalley Chapter Six . Not so blurry after all: The Boundary between History and Fiction in John Fowless The French Lieutenants Woman: Michelle Phillips-Buchberger Part III: The Historical Novel and a Nations Past Chapter Seven Cooper, Doctorow, and American Exceptionalism; or, Why We Love Historical Fiction : James J. Donahue Chapter Eight Believe me, boys; take my word for it: William Faulkner and the Historical/Trauma Novel : Daniel Irving Chapter Nine Jason Aarons Scalped, Historiographic Metafiction and of Authenticity Katharine Polak MacDonald Part IV: The Historical Novel, its Present and its Future Chapter Ten Contemporary Responses to the Traditional American Historical Novel : Kate Kirwan Chapter Eleven


The New Historical Fiction: Between Tradition and Innovation Ina Bergmann JOHNSTON, Andrew James, Robin Hood : Geschichte einer Legende, Mnchen, Beck, 2013, 128 pages. MACRONE, John, The Life of Sir Walter Scott, Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 2013, 156 pages. Introd. by Daniel Grader. NORRIS, Stephen M., Blockbuster History in the New Russia : Movies, Memory, and Patriotism , Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 2012, xv, 385 pages. Introduction: multiplexing Russia -- The Russia that we lost. The first blockbuster of the new nation -- Terrorism then and now -- Wars and gambits -- A requiem for communism -- The price of war. Mirror of war -- Playing with history -- Back in the USSR. The blessed blockbuster -- The Soviet horror show -- Fantasy pop history . Animating the past -- The look of fantasy -- The business of patriotism -- The production of the past -- Conclusion: packaging the past. RAW, Laurence & Defne Ersin TUTAN (eds.), The Adaptation of History : Essays on Ways of Telling the Past, Jefferson (NC), McFarland, 2013, viii, 233 pages. Foreword: Adapting Cinema + History (= Cinematic History?) _(JAMES M. WELSH) 1_Introduction: What Does "Adapting" History Involve?_(DEFNE ERSIN TUTAN AND LAURENCE RAW) 7__ PART ONE: MAINSTREAM HISTORY_"Glorifying the American Girl": Adapting an Icon_(CYNTHIA J. MILLER) 25_ Adapting Dachau: Intertexuality and Martin Scorseses S h u t t e r Island _(WALTER C. METZ) 42_ The GDR Founding Myth: Adapted History in Childrens and Young Adults Fiction of Post- War Germany and the GDR_(ANNE KLAUS) 55_Kneehigh Theatres Brief Encounter: "Live on Stage--Not the Film"_(CLAUDIA GEORGI) 66_The Worst of Youth: Mario Martones Noi Credevamo as a Contested Historical Adaptation_(MARCO GROSOLI) 79_Cinematic Reinventions of the 1825 Decembrist Uprising in Post- Revolutionary Soviet Russia_(DUNJA DOGO) 87_"The Physicists Have Known Sin": Hollywoods Depictions of the Manhattan Project, 19451995_(A. BOWDOIN VAN RIPER) 97_Adapting History and the History of Adaptation_(CLARE FOSTER) 117_The Crisis of Adapting History in Zimbabwe_(SABELO J. NDLOVU- GATSHENI) 129_Adapting

Archaeological Landscapes: Re- Presenting Irelands Heritage_(MANJREE KHAJANCHI) 141__PART TWO: ALTERNATIVE HISTORY_Palimpsests of History in Sebastian Barrys The Secret Scripture _ ( G U L D E N HATIPOGLU) 153_Interpreting the Vietnam War from a Vietnamese American Perspective_(YUKI OBAYASHI) 161_ReInscribing Sovereignty: History, Adaptation, and Medicine in the Poetry of Deborah Miranda_(ROSE GUBELE) 171_ Recuperating, Re- Membering and Resurrecting the Old South: Historical Adaptation in Caroline Gordons P e n h a l l y and None Shall Look Back _(TANFER EMIN TUNC) 181_Looking Beyond the Moving Moments: Adaptation, Digitization and Amateur Film Footage as Visual Histories_(HEATHER NORRIS NICHOLSON) 196_Recasting the Past in the Personal Present: History, Film, and Adaptation_ (GERALD DUCHOVNAY, ERIC GRUVER, CHARLES HAMILTON and HAYLEY HASIK). REY, Jean-Michel, Histoires dEscrocs. T 1 : La vengeance par le crdit ou MonteCristo , Paris, ditions de lOlivier, (Penser/ Rver), 2013, 182 pages. Ce premier volume, consacr l'tude du romanLe comte de Monte-Cristod'A. Dumas, analyse les rapports entre le banquier Danglars et le comte. Il montre comment ce dernier, en brillant conomiste et redoutable homme d'affaires, se venge et ruine son adversaire. L'auteur apporte un nouvel clairage sur cette oeuvre et sur les rouages de la finance moderne. SANTAS, Constantine, The Epic Films of David Lean, Lanham (MD), Scarecrow Press, 2012, xli, 197 pages.

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