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Kirikou et la sorcière : de l'écran à l'encre

Abstract : In this article, we will question the novelizations for young children, and particularly the novelizations in the form of albums. The comparative study of the animated film Kirikou and the witch (Michel Ocelot, 1998) and the album’s title track allows us to explore these intermedial works in their differences and their complementarity. Does the album Kirikou and the Witch set a dynamic relationship with the film? What does each work bring separately from the other? Do they target the same age group? Or are they intended for distinct audiences? We will build on the typology of the four degrees of meaning prepared by David Bordwell in Making Meaning to explore the animation film and determine consequently the different degrees of meaning of the album.
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Isabelle Le Corff, Véronique Bourhis. Kirikou et la sorcière : de l'écran à l'encre. Interférences Littéraires / Literaire interferenties, KULeuven – Faculteit Letteren, 2013, L'encre et l'écran à l'oeuvre, 11, pp.115-129. ⟨hal-01113443⟩