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L'ecrivain Caribéen, Guerrier de L'imaginaire
Author: Kathleen Gyssels, Bénédicte Ledent
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9042025530
Pages: 487
Year: 2008-01
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This bi-lingual collection illustrates the concept of ¿Warrior of the Imaginary,¿ as defined by Patrick Chamoiseau, in a multi-faceted corpus of texts by and on Caribbean writers. For obvious reasons, many of the contributions in French engage critically with this notion and how it surfaces in the Martinican writer's fiction.
The English and French Letter-Writer, Or General Correspondent, Etc. L'Ecrivain Anglois&François, Etc. Eng.&Fr
Author: John RULE (Schoolmaster.)
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Year: 1766
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Diderot
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Publisher: Slatkine
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Pages: 344
Year: 1970
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Love Poems Yes Really Love Poems
Author: Marie Lecrivain
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ISBN: 1467562424
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Year: 2013-01-01
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Proceedings of the 18th Conference of the Simone de Beauvoir Society
Author: Andrea Duranti, Matteo Tuveri
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443868507
Pages: 371
Year: 2017-01-06
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On April 14, 1986, Simone de Beauvoir died in Paris. She was the “prettiest Existentialist”, who during her long and intense life had observed, described, analytically deconstructed and effectively changed the world that surrounded her, “one word at a time”. An engaged intellectual like her life partner and comrade Jean-Paul Sartre, she took actively part in most of the main social and political struggles of the 20th century, including, first and foremost, women’s emancipation and self-determination, as well as the decolonisation of French Algeria, and the denouncement of American imperialism in Vietnam and the marginalisation of elderly people in contemporary societies. This collection of essays, arising from the 18th International Conference of the Simone de Beauvoir Society held in Cagliari, Italy, in June 2010, provides a major contribution to the field of Beauvoirian studies with up-to-date research provided by scholars from a variety of disciplines that range from French literature to gender studies, from philosophy to social sciences, offering a multifaceted overview on the “state of the art” of research on the life and the works of Simone de Beauvoir, 30 years after her demise.
Keeping It Simple
Author: Derry Clarke, Ronan Lang
Publisher: Gill & Macmillan
ISBN: 0717150267
Pages: 196
Year: 2010-11-15
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Keeping it Simple is a collection of over 100 recipes from one of Ireland's leading chefs.
L'écrivain, le savant et le philosophe
Author: Eveline Pinto
Publisher: Publications de la Sorbonne
ISBN: 285944498X
Pages: 269
Year: 2003
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Depuis l'avènement d'un pouvoir spirituel laïque dans la France issue de la Révolution, la littérature a revendiqué sa place au premier rang des valeurs culturelles. Cette place, que le philosophe lui dispute depuis l'Antiquité, aurait-elle été menacée avec l'apparition d'une nouvelle discipline, la sociologie, à la fin du me siècle ? Ce volume rassemble des études qui ne portent pas, selon un usage canonique bien établi, sur les points dits cruciaux de l'interprétation la plus pointue à donner d'une même œuvre ou d'un même auteur. Il réunit les travaux d'un colloque interdisciplinaire où étaient invités à communiquer sur tel aspect théorique ou sur tel écrivain de leur choix, des littéraires, des linguistes, des historiens, des sociologues et des philosophes partageant quelques présupposés : il n'y a pas plus d'essence de la littérature que de l'écrivain. Celui-ci, certes, " travaille sa parole " et lui accole une fonction esthétique; cependant, au cours de la longue histoire de la littérature, il a fait aussi la preuve que ce n'est pas un trait inessentiel de sa profession que de chercher à penser et à transformer les valeurs cognitives, les valeurs morales et les valeurs sociales. Représentation de la réalité, manière de constituer un monde, la littérature s'apparente à l'activité du savant et du philosophe, mais garde comme celles qui lui font concurrence une spécificité, un style qui lui est propre. Ces spécificités ne transforment pas nécessairement l'espace des disciplines en un champ de compétition féroce, mais constituent un univers culturel diversifié, où ceux qui partagent même forme de vie peuvent s'associer et discuter de l'objet et de l'enjeu de leurs recherches.
O fruto proibido
Author: Marcel Bernos, Carlos Aboim de Brito, PHILIPPE LECRIVAIN, Artur Morão, J. GUYNON
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ISBN: 9724408272
Pages: 352
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A convicção generalizada de que existiu uma representação da sexualidadde pela tradição judaico-cristã é nesta obra analisada a uma nova luz.
Studium scribendi
Author: Marie Ledentu
Publisher: Peeters Pub & Booksellers
ISBN: 9042914467
Pages: 443
Year: 2004
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While the notion of literature itself assumes the work of writing and raises the question of the writer's status, the mental structures required by the act of writing, writing as an instrument of communication or even action, and the ressources of the written work are rarely considered. These questions are of particular importance in Rome, at the crucial moment constituted by the end of the Republic. This study shows how historic events, social transformations and the evolution of mentalities modified the relations to writers and their works, the conception of speeches, historical works, treatises, poems and plays.
Unacknowledged Legislators
Author: Roger Pearson
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198754477
Pages: 656
Year: 2016-05-05
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Unacknowledged Legislators presents an original and detailed history of the theory and practice of French poetry from 1750 through to the end of the Romantic Period. It focuses on five major writers of the post-revolutionary period: Chateaubriand and Mme de Staël, who set the most influential agendas for poetry in the Romantic period; and Lamartine, Hugo, and Vigny, the three most important French lyric poets before Baudelaire. The Romantic figure ofthe poet as priest and prophet is now dismissed as an uninteresting cliché, but this book demonstrates for the first time how the figure of the poet as lawgiver was central to the theory and practice of poetryduring this period. It ends by pointing to the enduring importance of the poet-lawgiver in post-Romantic and Symbolist conceptions of poetry.
Oscar
Author: Matthew Sturgis
Publisher: Head of Zeus Ltd
ISBN: 1788545966
Pages: 656
Year: 2018-10-04
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The first major biography of Oscar Wilde in thirty years. Oscar Wilde's life – like his wit – was alive with paradox. He was both an early exponent and a victim of 'celebrity culture': famous for being famous, he was lauded and ridiculed in equal measure. His achievements were frequently downplayed, his successes resented. He had a genius for comedy but strove to write tragedies. He was an unabashed snob who nevertheless delighted in exposing the faults of society. He affected a dandified disdain but was prone to great acts of kindness. Although happily married, he became a passionate lover of men and, at the very peak of his success, he brought disaster upon himself. He disparaged authority, yet went to the law to defend his love for Lord Alfred Douglas. Having delighted in fashionable throngs, Wilde died almost alone: barely a dozen people were at his graveside. Yet despite this ruinous end, Wilde's star continues to shine brightly. His was a life of extraordinary drama and, above all, it is his refusal to conform to the social and sexual orthodoxies of his day that make him a hero and an inspiration to all who seek to challenge convention. In the first major biography of Oscar Wilde in thirty years, Matthew Sturgis draws on new material to place the man firmly in the context of his times. He brings alive the distinctive mood and characters of the fin de siècle in the richest and fullest account of Wilde's life to date.
L'écrivain et sa langue
Author: Sylviane Coyault
Publisher: Presses Univ Blaise Pascal
ISBN: 2845162685
Pages: 448
Year: 2005
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Dans les œuvres du vingtième siècle, volontiers réflexives, l'écrivain est sans cesse amené à redéfinir le rapport qu'il entretient avec sa langue. Et il ne s'agit pas simplement, comme l'artisan, de reconsidérer son outil ou de le rejeter à la forge, mais bien plutôt d'en découdre avec une vieille histoire d'amour, celle qui fonde l'écriture. De répondre à "la vieille et perfide question : pourquoi écrit-on ?" (Gracq). A l'origine, en effet, il est souvent un drame de l'expression ou une conscience singulière de la langue, tantôt noués au roman familial, tantôt liés à l'Histoire, au milieu socio-culturel, à la situation géographique, à l'exil, aux systèmes de domination linguistique... Les études rassemblées ici se proposent d'en observer le reflet dans les fictions narratives : comment le rapport personnel et souvent passionnel à la langue est-il thématisé, dramatisé parfois ? Comment influence-t-il les choix scripturaux ? Plus simplement : quel "sentiment de la langue" - puisque le titre de R. Millet avait été proposé comme point de départ à la réflexion - nourrit l'écriture après Mallarmé, de Proust aux auteurs contemporains comme P. Quignard, ou G. Macé ? Après avoir été objet de méfiance et de suspicions, la langue est devenue au cours des dernières décennies le lieu d'une inquiétude aux consonances millénaristes dont la littérature se fait l'écho : à tort ou à raison, on pressent une menace qui pèse sur les langues, et avec elles sur un état de la civilisation. La langue, objet de nos ressentiments et notre beau souci...
Le statut littéraire de l'écrivain
Author: Lise Sabourin
Publisher: Librairie Droz
ISBN: 2951840357
Pages: 518
Year: 2007
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L'écrivain scénique
Author: Michel Vaïs
Publisher: PUQ
ISBN: 2760522563
Pages: 278
Year: 1978-01-01
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Dans l'ensemble de la production contemporaine, trois ouvres font ici l'objet d'études systématiques : celles de Samuel Beckett, de Romain Weingarten et de Jean Genet. Une interview inédite d'Eugène Ionesco complète l'ouvrage.