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2016 | 43 | 4 |
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La mémoire du Moyen Âge et Thomas Owen

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Thomas Owen is well-known as a master of the fantastic 20th century’s short stories. This genre is often influenced by the medieval fiction, in its atmosphere, ‘colour’ and moreover throught precise figures, situations and, sometimes, well specific works, specially arthurian. The case of Owen offers the particular interest of not really a rewriting or even a genuine reception but, supported by a knowledge of some texts, of a literary construction founded on the author’s appreciation of a ‘spirit of the Middle Ages’.
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Thomas Owen is well-known as a master of the fantastic 20th century’s short stories. This genre is often influenced by the medieval fiction, in its atmosphere, ‘colour’ and moreover throught precise figures, situations and, sometimes, well specific works, specially arthurian. The case of Owen offers the particular interest of not really a rewriting or even a genuine reception but, supported by a knowledge of some texts, of a literary construction founded on the author’s appreciation of a ‘spirit of the Middle Ages’.
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43
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4
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2016
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2016-12-15
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_14746_strop_2016_434_007
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