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Collection : Métamorphoses du livre

In the tradition of the Ecole française d'histoire du livre (French History of the Book School), "Métamorphoses du livre" includes original or translated works, from all periods and geographical areas, which introduce new approaches and reveal how a text becomes a book, how books and published articles, from physical tomes to digital editions, are made up and how they change and spread.
The "Métamorphoses du livre" collection is published by the Institut d'histoire du livre which incorporates the École Normale Supérieure in Lyon, the École Nationale des Chartes, the École Nationale Supérieure des Sciences de l'Information et des Bibliothèques, the Bibliothèque Municipale (City Library) in Lyon and the Musée de l'Imprimerie (Museum of printing) in Lyon.

• ISSN : 17757053
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Susan Pickford, Marie-Françoise Cachin
Le voyage excentrique
Eccentric travels
Jeux textuels et paratextuels dans l'anti-récit de voyage, 1760-1850
Textual and paratextual play in travel narratives, 1760-1850
Métamorphoses du livre
The book, based on extensive library research, presents three case studies of Sterne, Xavier de Maistre and Rodolphe Töpffer. Its innovative approach sheds light on the study of literary eccentricity by combining narratology and book history.

David McKitterick
Textes imprimés et textes manuscrits
Print, Manuscript and the Search for Order, 1450-1830.
La quête de l'ordre. 1450-1830
Métamorphoses du livre
This book re-examines fundamental aspects of what has been widely termed the printing revolution of the early modern period.

Michaël Roy
Textes fugitifs
Fugitive Texts
Le récit d'esclave au prisme de l'histoire du livre
Slave Narratives in Antebellum Print Culture
Métamorphoses du livre

William Butcher
Jules Verne inédit : les manuscrits déchiffrés
Unexpurgated Jules Verne : The Lost Adventures
Métamorphoses du livre
The focus of this book is Jules Verne's manuscripts, in the perspective of exploring those sections of the most famous novels that did not see the light of day. This is the first volume ever written about the documents in Verne's hand which gave rise to The Extraordinary Journeys.

Yannick Portebois, Dorothy Speirs
Métamorphoses du livre

Cécile Cottenet, Hélène Christol
Métamorphoses du livre

Philip Stewart
Métamorphoses du livre
Rousseau was always afraid that his works might be forged and that the Rousseau who reached future generations would be someone other than himself. Over a long period of time, he was most often in disagreement with Voltaire, except when they were both considered to be the most glorious or most reprehensible representatives of the Enlightenment.

Catherine Volpilhac-Auger
Un auteur en quête d'éditeurs ?
Histoire éditoriale de l'oeuvre de Montesquieu (1748-1964)
Métamorphoses du livre

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