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Du texte au livre, et retour : la production littéraire à la Renaissance, une création collaborative ?

Abstract : In the 16th century, with the gradual development of the writer’s symbolic and legal status, emerges the first literary awareness of the author. The analysis of the distribution of tasks and responsibilities involved in the making of a literary work in the printer’s workshop, calls us to question the assumptions, issues and implications that allowing us to speak of “collaborative creation”. The system of presentation of the printed work does indeed bear the traces of a shared literary paternity, but we would like to show that the discursive and typo-iconographic rhetoric that goes with it, far from negating the writer’s nascent authority, tends on the contrary to ensure its promotion, at the very heart of the collective system which is a “workshop creation”.
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Anne Réach-Ngô. Du texte au livre, et retour : la production littéraire à la Renaissance, une création collaborative ?. Genesis (Manuscrits - Recherche - Invention), Presses universitaires de Paris Sorbonne (PUPS), 2015, Créer à plusieurs mains, pp.29-47. ⟨10.4000/genesis.1511⟩. ⟨halshs-02882775⟩

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