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Dollhouse de Joss Whedon (FOX, 2009-2010) : Écho, un « corps-marchandise » posthumain au service de la sérialité audiovisuelle

Abstract : Joss Whedon’s series Dollhouse features Echo, an enslaved posthuman character with the ability to acquire an unlimited number of personalities to accomplish different missions. In search of emancipation, Echo will fight in a system that, through the reflexivity and intertextuality deployed in the series, has many points in common with the Hollywood film industry. A hybrid series, Dollhouse serves as a “vehicle” for its main star Eliza Dushku, while reflecting on the articulation between episodic and serial.
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Julien Achemchame. Dollhouse de Joss Whedon (FOX, 2009-2010) : Écho, un « corps-marchandise » posthumain au service de la sérialité audiovisuelle. TV/Series, GRIC - Groupe de recherche Identités et Cultures, 2018, ⟨10.4000/tvseries.3139⟩. ⟨hal-03158668⟩

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