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40 | 2011

Congrès de la SAES Lille, mai 2010
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ISBN 978-2-84269-930-7

This volume addresses the horizon as a recurrent figure in contemporary British literature and documents its aesthetic, ethical and political dimensions. The geographical vision of the horizon is present in all articles, as many of them are concerned with the evocation of travels of various types, whether real or imaginary, and of sundry external or internal voyages. Temporal excursions and horizons are also evoked under the guise of haunting. In the following articles, the horizon is envisaged in relation with fantasy, the numinous, or trauma.

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