Reference : Intermediale Interferenzen. Literatur und Fernsehen
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Intermediale Interferenzen. Literatur und Fernsehen
[fr] Interférences intermédiales. Les rapports entre littérature et télévision
Neelsen, Sarah mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > Département de langues modernes : ling., litt. et trad. > Traduction du français vers l'allemand >]
Interferenzen. Dimensionen und Phänomene der Überlagerung in Literatur und Theorie
[fr] Interférences. Dimensions et phénomènes de superpositions dans la littérature et la théorie littéraire
Donat, Sebastian
Fritz, Martin
Raič, Monika
Sexl, Martin
Innsbruck University Press
Comparanda 17
21st World Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association (ICLA 2016)
du 21 juillet 2016 au 27 juillet 2016
Association internationale de littérature comparée
[fr] interférences en littérature ; rapports télévision et littérature ; intermedialité
[de] Interferenzen in der Literatur ; Literatur und Fernsehen ; Intermedialität
[en] While current research on intermediality mainly deals with the relationship and contact zones between literature and the internet, this article sets out to examine the kind of influence the now „old“ medium television has had on literary production, especially of post-World War II authors, who witnessed the beginnings of television as a mass medium. This article focusses on the history of television from the early 1950s until today, highlighting the different kinds of interference that can be identified as typical of media (white noise and disruptions but also advertising and zapping). It then examines of corpus of literary texts by Austrian writer Elfriede Jelinek and the way she uses interferences in her work.
CEREG (Sorbonne Nouvelle)

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