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L'invention du lecteur : un enjeu stratégique des préfaces de pièces de théâtre aux XVIe et XVIIe siècles (France, Italie, Espagne).

Abstract : This study aims to define - from a large corpus of digitized paratexts belonging to French, Spanish and Italian sixteenth and seventeenth-century theater - the place and the function assigned to the reader by the playwright. In conjunction with the professionalization of the theater, which occurred between the Renaissance and the classical age, the theatrical text changed status : from a simple medium, it acquired a new literary and commercial dimension. Hence the need for playwrights to focus on the reader and assign him a role that best served the needs of their career. Tha analysis of the reader's designations in the prefaces and the main discursive modalities that the latter involves shed light on the fundamental issues of theatrical reception via the printed media.
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Marc Vuillermoz. L'invention du lecteur : un enjeu stratégique des préfaces de pièces de théâtre aux XVIe et XVIIe siècles (France, Italie, Espagne).. Corpus littéraires numérisés : la place du sujet lecteur et usager, Nov 2014, Chambéry (Savoie), France. pp.47-55. ⟨hal-01291913⟩

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