Milieux professionnels et FASP médicale : de l’autre côté du miroir

Résumé : The purpose of this study is to highlight and analyse the relationship between the medical profession and professionally-based fiction (PBF). It is generally agreed that medical thrillers, whose specific features as a sub-group of the PBF genre are presented in this paper, are a rather accurate reflection of the world of medicine. The author shows that, beneath the surface, medical PBF integrates the specific nature of the discourse and practices of the medical community into the paratextual, narrative and linguistic fabric of medical suspense novels. In order to better understand the links between professional background and fiction, the author presents the answers to a questionnaire submitted to four doctors-turned-novelists (R. Cook, M. Palmer, L. R. Robinson and T. Gerritsen).
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Jean-Pierre Charpy. Milieux professionnels et FASP médicale : de l’autre côté du miroir . ASp - La revue du GERAS, revue.org (en ligne) / Bordeaux : GERAS (imprimé), 2004, pp; 61-79. ⟨hal-01402117⟩

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