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De la peinture au péplum. L’anticomanie du second xixe siècle et son héritage à l’écranFrom Painting to the Historical Epic: The Antiquarianism of the Latter Half of the Nineteenth Century and Its On-screen Heritage

  • Yannick Le Pape

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  • Yannick Le Pape
    Musée d’Orsay (France)

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Cover of Le regard <em>queer</em> et l’image en mouvement, Volume 29, Number 3, Fall 2021, pp. 3-197, Cinémas