This volume is part of a prestigious series on literary criticism with a comparative and theoretical approach. It publishes critical works that explore the production of the imaginary across various codes and languages, from literary to visual and performative. Translations of significant foreign authors contribute to the project of outlining an original and current critical landscape on the central issues of international debate. Works in the various fields of comparative literature, from thematology to geocriticism, as well as in theory and critical method, are welcomed.