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L’homme au scalpel: la figure de l’anatomiste dans le roman terrifiant du XIXe siècle

(2008) NEOPHILOLOGUS. 92(3). p.409-416
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In 19th-century literature, the character of the anatomist, a new avatar of the demonic hero, embodies a negative conception of science: a figure of limitation rather than of triumph. Though this morbid scientist first appears in gothic and romantic works, his appearance in critical texts confirms what the former suggests: the anatomist carries out a meta-textual function as a metaphor for the author. Thus the question arises: which science does the anatomist's scalpel serve and, consequently, which writing is served by the writer's pen?

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De Mulder, Caroline. “L’homme Au Scalpel: La Figure De L'anatomiste Dans Le Roman Terrifiant Du XIXe Siècle.” NEOPHILOLOGUS 92.3 (2008): 409–416. Print.
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De Mulder, Caroline. (2008). L’homme au scalpel: la figure de l'anatomiste dans le roman terrifiant du XIXe siècle. NEOPHILOLOGUS, 92(3), 409–416.
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De Mulder, Caroline. 2008. “L’homme Au Scalpel: La Figure De L'anatomiste Dans Le Roman Terrifiant Du XIXe Siècle.” Neophilologus 92 (3): 409–416.
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De Mulder, Caroline. 2008. “L’homme Au Scalpel: La Figure De L'anatomiste Dans Le Roman Terrifiant Du XIXe Siècle.” Neophilologus 92 (3): 409–416.
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De Mulder C. L’homme au scalpel: la figure de l'anatomiste dans le roman terrifiant du XIXe siècle. NEOPHILOLOGUS. 2008;92(3):409–16.
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C. De Mulder, “L’homme au scalpel: la figure de l’anatomiste dans le roman terrifiant du XIXe siècle,” NEOPHILOLOGUS, vol. 92, no. 3, pp. 409–416, 2008.
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  author       = {{De Mulder, Caroline}},
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  journal      = {{NEOPHILOLOGUS}},
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  number       = {{3}},
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  title        = {{L’homme au scalpel: la figure de l’anatomiste dans le roman terrifiant du XIXe siècle}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11061-007-9081-9}},
  volume       = {{92}},
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