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From traditional dystopias to teenage dystopias: Harry Potter as a bridge between two cultures
par Eléonore Cartellier-Veuillen,
publié le 25/04/2016
- “From traditional dystopias to teenage dystopias: Harry Potter as a bridge between two cultures” seeks to explain the key role that the Harry Potter novels have played in the creation of the Young Adult dystopian genre which has flourished in recent years. It focuses on three aspects of dystopia (mind-control, death and resistance) to show how these themes taken from traditional dystopias are re-written to shape such contemporary works as Uglies, The Hunger Games and Divergent.
The Intricacies of Onomastics in Harry Potter and its French Translation
par Carole Mulliez,
publié le 16/11/2009
- To put it in a nutshell, here, I am going to consider two categories in the vast corpus of Rowling's proper nouns, namely character naming and place naming. I would like to show that not only do they point at one single instance but also that they are in keeping with the reference characteristics - or sometimes misleading - ; that they contain cultural echoes and plays on words; and that their sounds are also appropriate. To conclude I am going to underline how difficult it must have been for translators to find a satisfactory solution as a result.
De Tom Brown à Harry Potter : pérennité et avatars du roman scolaire britannique
par Rose-May Pham Dinh,
publié le 01/10/2009
- Cet article explore les caractéristiques littéraires des romans scolaires en Grande-Bretagne.