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Une prédominance des paragraphes très courts et une corrélation entre la longueur des paragraphes avec le genre littéraire ou la période d'écriture : les résultats de "Un Atlas des spectres de textes littéraires"

Abstract : Does the length of paragraphs in a literary text only depend on the author ? In order to answer this, An Atlas of literary texts spectra including more than 1,255 texts by 162 authors was carried out with algorithms based on the frequency of their paragraphs according to their length. This visual classification shows a predominance of very short one-line paragraphs and a correlation between the length of the paragraphs and the literary genre or period of writing with disparities. However, the link between paragraph length and popularity is not proven. Further on, the Atlas allows us to know instantly the degree of development of the thematic and dialogal units of studied texts.
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Claude Patricia Tardif. Une prédominance des paragraphes très courts et une corrélation entre la longueur des paragraphes avec le genre littéraire ou la période d'écriture : les résultats de "Un Atlas des spectres de textes littéraires". 2021. ⟨hal-03146960⟩

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