Dracula (Les grands classiques Culture commune) (French Edition)
It offers sustained critical evaluation both of Dracula and also of Stoker's lesser-known works, which prove to yield much interest when reinserted into their original cultural contexts. Foulsham, , pages. He places Stoker in the context of Victorian Ireland and the literary and theatrical circles in which he moved.
Bram Stoker was immersed in the Dublin literary scene and was involved with the great theatrical, literary and artistic figures of the day such as Sarah Bernhardt, Ellen Terry, Oscar Wilde, Mark Twain, Tennyson and Whistler. His most important relationship, however, was with Henry Irving, with whom he ran the Lyceum Theatre in London.
Je ne fais pas partie des croyants. Dracula e i suoi eredi. Oltre la vita, oltre la morte. Un mito cresciuto nelle terre di Transilvania bagnate e rese fertili dal sangue che le ha imbevute.
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Una cometa nera santificata dalla letteratura e dal cinema. Dossier , , 97 pages. Prince of Many Faces. Marinelli, Nel dedalo del drago: Universita degli studi di Cagliari. A Personal Journey and Travel Guide is the first and only book to include: Working with a wide range of texts, as well as movies and television, Auerbach locates vampires at the heart of our national experience and uses them as a lens for viewing the last two hundred years of Anglo-American cultural history.
Especially fascinating are excerpts from materials that Bram Stoker consulted in his research for the book, and his working papers over the several years he was composing it. Blood, Identity, and the Vampire: William Hughes Straining the Limits of Interpretation: David Punter Part II: Historia natural del vampiro en la literatura anglosajona, Saragossa, Editorial Unaluna, Villa Dionysos, 3 , , pages. Reihe Literatur, , , pages. Draculas Zigeuner und die Anthropologie des Zigeuners im Romeros Martin III. Kulturstiftende und soziopolitische Funktionen des Vampirismus Christian Begemann: Senf -- 'Different from writing': Spencer -- Vampiric typewriting: At Home with the Vampire, vol.
Joyeux fourre-tout de vulgarisation: Dracula et les vampires sous toutes les coutures, sous toutes les facettes: Dracula, fils putatif de Bram Stoker , pp. Responding to Death in Dracula;E. Dracula and the Anxiety of Reverse Colonization; S. Illustrations include numerous political cartoons of the era.
Fry, Judith Weissman, Mark M. Griffin, Christopher Craft, David Seed. The book also includes the full text of Dracula the novel perhaps one of popular English literatures finest works. Le texte du roman? Texte et dossier , , pages. Dracula not only looks to the past but also to the future and forms a bridge between the conventional agrarian novel and the innovative, urbanized, literary forms later pioneered by James Joyce. Octavia, Geographie s of the M Other: Carter — Vampires in the s: Le titre dit tout Foreword by Michael Barsanti. Until now, few of the pages have been transcribed or analyzed.
This comprehensive work reproduces the handwritten notes both in facsimile and in annotated transcription. The coauthors draw on their extensive knowledge of Dracula and vampires to guide readers through the construction of the novel, and the.
A Century of Editions, Adaptations and Translations. Avec des illustrations de Jean Boulet. Avant propos - Introduction: Claude Fierobe Chapitre I: Histoire et mythe Dracula, version roumaine: Claude Fierobe - Dracula ou Droch-Fhola: Le fantastique Dracula ou du fantastique: Frank Manara Chapite IV: John Watters - Delusions of Pallor: Jean Marigny Chapitre V: In Search of Dracula: The vampire started life as a sexual fantasy, and Bram Stoker's tale became a metaphor for dominance and dependence in sexual relationships.
McMaster University, , pages. Gotico e fantastico nel mito delo vampiro, Roma, Alfamedia, , pages. Group, , xiv, pages. Hallab examines the mythic figure of the vampire from its origins in early Greek and Slavic folklore, its transformation by Romantics like Byron, Le Fanu, and Stoker, and its diverse representations in present-day popular culture.
Reasons, Romantics and Victorians. Les articles suivants concernent directement notre sujet: Collings — Daughters of Lilith: Senf — Making the Implicit, Explicit: Studies in Stoker -- 1. The Abridged Edition of -- Elizabeth Miller -- 2.
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The Vampire in Film and Popular Culture -- 7. Reading Stoker as a participant in Victorian and Edwardian cultural life, this volume examines the breadth of Stoker's novel-length fiction, as well as his journalism, biographical writings and short fiction. Reading Beyond Dracula - 'Pity and Terror': The critics and approaches discussed range from the earliest studies to the present day, with particular emphasis on biography, psychoanalysis, postcolonialism, Irish studies and gender.
It also includes an introduction to its substantial history as an adapted text on stage and screen focusing on the portrayal of the vampire from Nosferatu to Interview with a Vampire. It includes points for discussion, suggestions for further study and an annotated guide to relevant reading. Language, Style and Form 3. Critical Reception and Publishing History 5. Adaptation, interpretation and influence 6. Stoker's Alliances with Anglo-Irish Gothic: Alison Milbank - Fables of Continuity: Bram Stoker and Medievalism: Simmons - Vampiric Arts: Stoker's Defense of Poetry: Maggie Kilgour - Sex, History and the Vampire: Robert Mighall - Dracula and the Doctors: Robert Edwards - Exchanging Fantasies: Bierman - Echoes in the Animal House: The Liar of the White Worm: David Punter - Eruptions of the Primitive into the Present: David Seed - Stoker's Counterfeit Gothic: Dracula and Theatricality at the Dawn of Stimulation: Then you have the icons and the windows, which give a theatrical representation of something underneath that your visual system can recognize almost instantly.
And then, finally, you should have a system like NyperCard or SuperCard or something like that, which provides a symbolic underpinning that gives you abstraction in each of these different areas. And that was our rendering of Bruner's educational environment back then. Il y a, dans le monde des techniques, deux types de techniques. An enabling technology is one that makes another technology possible.
Some powerful technologies spring into existence when they do because some kind of price or performance threshold has been crossed by one or several enabling technologies. The vacuum tube, for example, was the enabling technology for both radio and television, just as the steam engine was the enabling technology for both locomotives and electric dynamos.
Dynamos and incandescent bulbs ware enabling technologies for the electrification of the world. Virtual reality based on computers and head-mounted displays has been dreamed of for decades, but had to wait for enabling technologies of electronic miniaturization, computer simulation, and computer graphics to mature in the late s.
La culture de la réalité virtuelle
Que ce soit, encore, directement: Mais, plus encore indirectement: Prenons un dernier exemple. On est bien plus haut. It dovetails perfectly with my take on computer graphics. I want to use computers to expand human perception. We have certain built-in senses such as vision, hearing, and smell, but there are many phenomena which are completely imperceptible to us. Some examples are X-rays, radioactivity, electricity, and the inside of opaque objects.
You could say that we lack the senses to perceive these things. But using electronic sensors and computer displays, we can make these imperceptible phenomena visible. Or audible or touchable. I call the apparatus for doing this a sensory transducer. Pour un statisticien, un univers tridimensionnel comptant quelques dizaines de couIeurs est parfaitement dominable.
Il travaille avec des outils de ce genre tous les jours et son travail en est enrichi. Restrict the number of colors on a coded display to about 12, or as few as five in critical tasks.. Navigation through a three-dimensional perceptual color model may be fine for a research statistician, but it may be insppropriete for a machinist in a factory. Creating virtual worlds is a new field full of challenges and rewards.
Largely unexplored, it beckons the adventurous, the curious and the inventive mind with its flexibility and power. In a scientist's hands it becomes a tool as basic as a microscope. To a teacher it suggests new ways of educating children and adults. For many people it's simply a great new form of entertainment. And for artists it inspires new forms of art, ones in which there's no longer a separation between art and audience.
Unlimited freedom is the ultimate responsibility Virtual reality allows the user unique capabilities. Psychology is the physics of VR. Our body is our interface.
Knowledge is an experience. Data is in the environment. Scale and time are explorable dimensions. One experience is worth a trillion bits. Realism is not necessary. Nous sommes dans un autre monde. Il peut retrouver une autre force, celle des SS qui tuaient par plaisir et qui faisaient souffrir par lassitude.