N°8 - Le Mensonge/Lying

imageDossier dirigé par Pascale Antolin (CLIMAS), Nathalie Jaëck (CLIMAS) et Arnaud Schmitt (CLIMAS)


Nathalie Jaëck

Introduction: “‘The Decay of Lying’: Wilde’s Paradox in Earnest” [Lire en ligne] et [PDF]


Craig Clevenger

“American Gaslight” [PDF]


Giuliana Mazzoni

“Do We Lie to Ourselves? Making Sense of the Past through Inaccurate Memories” [abstract and PDF]


Political lies on both sides of the Atlantic

Lucie Genay

“Cold War Anxieties, Patriotism, and Religious Antinuclearism in the Texas Panhandle” [abstract and PDF]


Richard Davis

“Lying in the Practice of British Diplomacy” [abstract and PDF]


Mona Parra

« Fortitude, GARBO et le rempart de mensonges » [abstract and PDF]


Literary lies

Rowland Cotterill

“Three Shakespearean Liars” [abstract and PDF]


Robert-Louis Abrahamson

“‘Truth to the fact and a good spirit in the treatment.’ Lying and Truth in Robert Louis Stevenson’s Pivotal Years” [abstract and PDF]


Florence Marie

« Une vie à se mentir : The Life and Death of Harriett Frean (1922) de May Sinclair » [abstract and PDF]


Lilia Miroshnychenko

“Doubt vs. Lies in Malcolm Bradbury’s Novel, Doctor Criminale[abstract and PDF]


Helen E. Mundler

“Lying in Sam Taylor’s The Island at the End of the World[abstract and PDF]


Yves Davo

« Mensonge intime, soupçon collectif : la Notion de péché dans Before, During, After de Richard Bausch » [abstract and PDF]


Christelle Ha Soon

“Lies that Tell the Truth: Maxine Hong Kingston’s The Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Girlhood Among Ghosts[abstract and PDF]



Arnaud Schmitt

“Foregrounding and Backgrounding Intimacy in Family Narratives: The Ethics of Representing Children in Maggie O’Farrell’s I Am, I Am, I Am and Sally Mann’s Hold Still” [abstract and PDF]


Paroles d’écrivain

Olive Senior

Entretien avec Nicole Ollier [PDF]



Rémy Duthille. Le Discours radical en Grande-Bretagne, 1768-1789. Oxford : Voltaire Foundation, 2017. [PDF]

Reviewed by Rachel Rogers (CAS, Université Toulouse 2)


Marc Midan. Le Démon de l’allusion. Figures miltoniennes dans L’Escroc de Melville. Paris : Éditions rue d’Ulm, 2019. [PDF]

Recension par Michel Imbert (LARCA, Université de Paris)




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