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CAHIERS VICTORIENS & EDOUARDIENS, ISSN 0220-5610, 2018, Volume 87, Issue 87
This article seeks to analyse, through the example of R. L. Stevenson's late novella entitled The Beach of Falesa, how the insular space allows for multiple... 
adventure | confluence | LITERATURE, BRITISH ISLES | island | genre | Stevenson (Robert Louis) | hybridity | polyphony | Island Metaphor | Confluence | Nineteenth Century | Subversion | Authors | English Literature | Stevenson, Robert Louis | The Beach of Falesá | Generic Hybridity
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CAHIERS VICTORIENS & EDOUARDIENS, ISSN 0220-5610, 2019, Issue 89
Unlike architecture, music is mostly a marginal or infrequent aspect of utopian literature, though usually invested with solely positive connotations. It is... 
ambiguity | music | LITERATURE, BRITISH ISLES | (anti)utopia | generic hybridity | discordance | satire | irony | eutopia | (dis)harmony | cacophony
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Miranda: Revue Pluridisciplinaire du Monde Anglophone, 05/2018, Volume 16
This paper discusses how From Hell, a graphic novel by Eddie Campbell and Alan Moore, combines literary conventions and comics language, classical references... 
Eddie Campbell | text and image relationship | popular culture | modes of reading | generic hybridity | graphic novel
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Journal of Language and Politics, ISSN 1569-2159, 2018, Volume 17, Issue 4, pp. 461 - 484
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Cahiers victoriens et édouardiens, ISSN 0220-5610, 06/2018, Volume 87, Issue 87
Despite their growing importance in Victorian society, machines are underrepresented in ‘industrial’ or ‘social problem’ fiction. H. G. Wells’s short stories... 
Fantastic poetics | Dickens (Charles) | Uncanny | Realism | Industrial sublime | Romance | Wells (Herbert George) | Generic hybridity | Machinery | Melancholy | Tragedy | romance | Dickens (Charles) | realism | generic hybridity | machinery | melancholy
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Anales de Literatura Hispanoamericana, ISSN 0210-4547, 2015, Volume 44, pp. 21 - 33
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International Journal of Cultural Studies, ISSN 1367-8779, 5/2016, Volume 19, Issue 3, pp. 307 - 322
Confronted with the limits of neoliberalism and distressed by the integration with the Mainland, can Hong Kong imagine a different home, a different sense of... 
Chow Yun-Fat | urban renewal | Kowloon City | spatial justice | generic city | Brand Hong Kong Programme | hybridity | sense of belonging | CULTURAL STUDIES | Chow Yun-fat | Hong Kong | dramatic arts | urban life | local identity | television and video | Video recordings | Neoliberalism | Social integration
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CAHIERS VICTORIENS & EDOUARDIENS, ISSN 0220-5610, 2018, Volume 87, Issue 87
Despite their growing importance in Victorian society, machines are underrepresented in 'industrial' or 'social problem' fiction. H. G. Wells's short stories... 
romance | realism | industrial sublime | uncanny | melancholy | Dickens (Charles) | LITERATURE, BRITISH ISLES | tragedy | fantastic poetics | generic hybridity | Wells (Herbert George) | MACHINE | machinery | Wells, H. G | Industrialism | Uncanny, The | Twentieth Century | The Cone | Authors | Realism | English Literature | Sublime, The | Generic Hybridity
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Revista canaria de estudios ingleses, ISSN 0211-5913, 2015, Volume 70, p. 89
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Journal of Pragmatics, ISSN 0378-2166, 2007, Volume 39, Issue 8, pp. 1388 - 1419
This paper is about how argumentation theory can aid discourse analysis-not only in describing the types of argumentation found in discourse data, but also in... 
Generic hybridity | Political talk show interview | Talk show | Frames and footings | Political argumentation | LINGUISTICS | frames and footings | talk show | generic hybridity | political argumentation | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | political talk show interview | stylistics | argumentation | rhetoric | television interview | English language (Modern)
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Callaloo, ISSN 0161-2492, 12/2016, Volume 39, Issue 1, pp. 103 - 114
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Carnets, ISSN 1646-7698, 05/2016, Volume 7, Issue Deuxième série - 7
This article examines the essay Losing north: musings on land, tongue and self by Nancy Huston. This text, published in 1998 in the Parisian daily newspaper... 
intertextuality | poetry of migrance | paradoxical writing | polyphony | textual and generic hybridity
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Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction, ISSN 0011-1619, 03/2017, Volume 58, Issue 2, pp. 121 - 128
Perhaps nowhere in David Mitchell's oeuvre does the collision of genre hierarchies take so radical a turn as in his novel The Bone Clocks (2014), where pulp... 
genre | Über-Book | historicist theory | David Mitchell | Bone Clocks | LITERATURE | uber-Book | self-reflexiveness | postmodernism | memory | English literature | metanarrative | war | genre conventions | 2000-2099 | Mitchell, David | time | pulp fiction | novel | The Bone Clocks | Postmodernism | Narrativity | Authors | Mitchell, David (b.1969) | English Literature | Twenty-First Century | Generic Hybridity | Historicism
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Connotations, ISSN 0939-5482, 2015, Volume 25, Issue 2, p. 300
[...]having scrutinized Penelope's voice more closely, I will explore another possible interpretation of the ending of The Penelopiad that differs from the one... 
Narrative Structure | Twentieth Century | Chorus | Authors | English Literature | The Penelopiad | Homer | Generic Hybridity | Atwood, Margaret | Canadian literature | genre mixing | narrative structure | 1900-1999 | novel | Poetics | Works | Criticism and interpretation | Analysis
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Prose Studies, ISSN 0144-0357, 12/2013, Volume 35, Issue 3, pp. 239 - 249
Geoffrey Household's autobiography titled Against the Wind (1958) demonstrates the hybridity of life-writing or personal narrative by borrowing freely from the... 
memoir | romance | Geoffrey Household | generic hybridity | picaresque | autobiography | World War II | Romance | Generic hybridity | Picaresque | Autobiography; memoir | Twentieth Century | Authors | English Literature | Generic Hybridity | Household, Geoffrey | Autobiographical Writings | Against the Wind | English literature | romance conventions | 1900-1999
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Nineteenth-Century Literature, ISSN 0891-9356, 12/2013, Volume 68, Issue 3, pp. 396 - 422
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