Et si, au Louvre, on respirait du fantôme ! Géocritique d'un espace muséal

Lamia Mecheri
2020 Lublin Studies in Modern Languages and Literature  
<p>The Ghosts of the Louvre by Enki Bilal embodies an exhibition of this artist which took place in this same place. The author offers an unusual visit to the museum: he has chosen works from which he brings up so many ghosts. The artist juxtaposed the ghosts and the photographs taken and built a biography for each protagonist. Using geocriticism, we will answer the following questions: how does the author take over the museum to build multiple and heterogeneous parallel worlds? How does the
more » ... eum become both a place of terror and of admiration?</p>
doi:10.17951/lsmll.2020.44.4.57-66 fatcat:rc273jommfeytl4knijsfjymom