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The story simultaneously employs a number of metafictional and intertextual transformations, using citation, paraphrase, linguistic translation, dramatic adaptation and mise en abime.
The voyage ends in tragedy, however: the "Vaisseau d'Or" has sunk in the "abime du Reve." Talbot notes the influence of the sonnet on the work of the younger poet, Saint-Deny Garneau, who took up the theme of the sinking ship in his "Sombrer" (132-133).
His focus on the repetition of mass-produced architecture, emphasized through his images' compositional chasms of flat surfaces placed en abime, is matched by the serialization of slides in a continuous, circular carousel, shown one after the next.
L'opera di Alexandre Dumas, approfondita da Clotilde Bretoni, oscilla tra i "sogni di repertorio", i sogni "mise en abime del testo" (165) e i sogni inutili che appaiono come "una nota superflua se non dissonante" (170), complicando la lettura del feuilleton e arricchendola di nuovi spunti.
For example, "Advissimum animal, animal tres avide; Bestiale baratrum, abime de betise; Concupiscentia carnis, concupiscence de la chair; Duellum damnosum, duel dommageable; Estuans aestans, ete brulant"; and so forth.