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« Les usages de la fiction. Madame Bovary de la Normandie à la Californie »

Abstract : In Minnelli’s adaptation, the transformation of the original meaning of the story and a new interpretation of Emma’s behavior shed light on the commercial success of the film and its cinematic quality. These result from a cinematic translation, in the sociological sense, of the personal experience the spectator has of the relationship between the sexes. Including a historical context in which women are questioning their traditional roles, the film continues to satisfy our sense of ordinary justice.
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Jullier Laurent, Laurent Jullier, Jean-Marc Leveratto. « Les usages de la fiction. Madame Bovary de la Normandie à la Californie ». Écrans, Classiques Garnier, 2016, pp.53-70. ⟨10.15122/isbn.978-2-406-06410-7.p.0053⟩. ⟨hal-03198931⟩

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