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Le surnaturel : une esthétique du regard impliqué (Dracula, des adaptations théâtrales du roman de Bram Stoker à la scène queer d’Elfriede Jelinek)

Abstract : Vision as part of judgment: vampires on stage and on screen From Bram Stoker’s novel Dracula (1897) to the recent invasion by vampires of cinema and television series, a major change has occurred: once unclear and subject to doubt as to their appearance, supernatural beings and activities have become spectacular, visible by all, even if not always comprehensible by all viewers. Therefore, vampires as supernatural characters are still subject to scrutiny, but the questions they raise are not about their doubtful look or appearance, but about the desire, envy and jealousy they generate. Moreover, their hunter, once accepted as a scientist determined to eradicate them, is now being questioned: looking at extraordinary things, animals or creatures is not only a matter of knowing but of domination and control.
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Florence Fix. Le surnaturel : une esthétique du regard impliqué (Dracula, des adaptations théâtrales du roman de Bram Stoker à la scène queer d’Elfriede Jelinek). Agnieszka Loska. Le surnaturel en littérature et au cinéma, Publications de l’Université de Silésie, 2018, 978-2-200-60246-8. ⟨hal-02275532⟩

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