Query : Literature, Romance
- Camps, Jean-Baptiste8
- Morato, Nicola7
- Minssieux-Chamonard, Marie6
- Louis BEGIONI5
- Sophie SAFFI5
- Bonte, Térèse4
- Graciela Ravetti4
- Page-Jones, Kimberley4
- Stiker-Metral, Charles-Olivier4
- Abbrugiati, Perle3
- Frølich, Juliette3
- Rauer Ribeiro Rodrigues3
- Toppano, Michela3
- Adair de Aguiar Neitzel2
- Albisson, Mathilde2
- Alessandra Tomaselli2
- AMORIM, Silvia2
- Ana Margarida Ramos2
- Aurélie Griffin2
- Bartlett, Nora2
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- Gender Studies75
- Art and Art History60
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology46
- Musicology and Performing Arts46
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“That Famous Wit and Cavaleer of France”: The English Translation of Cyrano de Bergerac in the 1650s
"by the mid-seventeenth century romance had become a worthwhile commodity for English booksellers. This essay focuses on the English translations of two works by Cyrano de Bergerac that were published in quick succession in London during the Interregnum in the context of this new interest in French...
Because you have to take breaks in a scourge, stop on a few exemplary texts, which, because of their subject matter or layout, can illuminate many other tabuco texts. Minor misunderstandings without significance The news giving her title to the eponymous compendium is of paramount importance, both t...
the texts gathered in this volume were written by researchers from Lyon and Grenoble, members of the same LIRE Joint Research Unit, in the space of about 20 years. We wanted to publish them again on the occasion of the tricennial of the birth of Jean-Jacques Rousseau for several reasons. On the one...
The Chevalier on the sword: a Gauvain who goes to
The proceedings of the colloquia will be published in the medieval collection of D. Buschinger (presses of the Centre d’Etudes medievales of the University of Picardie). As soon as the Chevalier prologged to the sword, the author announced his willingness to devote himself to the Gauvain character....
Mr Darcy as symbolic capital in Jane Austen`s Pride and Prejudice and Helen Fielding`s "Bridget Jones" novels
This graduation paper examines Pierre Bourdieu`s concept of symbolic capital as applied to Jane Austen and her novel Pride and Prejudice, focusing on its appropriation and recreation in the "Bridget Jones" novels by the contemporary British novelist Helen Fielding. Before considering the character o...
“Nervous romance” by Camille Laurens: a clinical satire of “irrational exubance”
Les « Souvenirs d’un petit bonhomme en blouse de marin à col bleu » sont les cicatrices de traumatismes : Maxence, à sept ans, n’a pas vécu la guerre, mais sa propre vie, des « heures d’agonie, quand (...) les Allemands occupaient Roubaix. » Il se sentit d’abord floué : lui n’avait personne de sa fa...
Le Long du fleuve Gravures sur bois de Guido Llinàs Vaduz, Brunidor, 30 mars 1983 24,5 x 21,5 cm, 12 f. non foliotés dont 8 f. en dépl., en feuilles. Illustrations : 2 gravures sur bois en noir de Guido Llinàs sur 2 dépliants de 4 f.Imprimeur : Presses de l’imprimerie du Compagnonnage à Paris pour l...
Monologue du graveur de merveilles [Pierre Leloup] Chambéry, Nice, Pierre Leloup, Michel Butor, 1984 21 x 21 cm, 32 p. non paginées, en feuilles dans un portfolio imprimé fermé par un lien (23 x 24 cm). Illustrations : 4 aquarelles et estampages originaux de Pierre Leloup sur double page.Imprimeur :...
Ruby in the Dust. Poetry and History in Padmāvat by the South Asian Sufi Poet Muhammad Jāyasī
This book presents an innovative reading of the Indian mystical romance Padmāvat (1540). It describes the semantic polyphony of Jāyasī’s seminal work from the perspective of the poet’s role in the literary field, as mediator between the interests of his spiritual and worldly patrons. The contextual...
The translations on the slope and Judean-Greek of the ‘Canto del Mar Red’ (éx. 15) in the Pentateuco de Constantinopla (1547)
El Canto del Mar Red (Exodo 15) is one of the most archaic poetry and most privileged poetry in the Bulgarian literature because of its style and religious depth. This study is dedicated to a critical edition of the “Canto del Mar Red” printed on the Pentateuco de Constantinopla (1547) in its transl...
Éloge de la taupe
Diz-se que a espionagem é o segundo ofício mais velho do mundo. Universal, conheceu, no entanto, um singular destino no Reino Unido, essencialmente depois de terem sido desmascarados, depois da guerra fria, os agentes duplos – as toupeiras – oriundos da elite britânica. Na impossibilidade de serem c...
German philology, thoughts
The German intellectual history is marked, from the end of the 18th century to the beginning of the 20th century, by the rise of a discipline, philology, which, old in its origins, acquires a new dimension within the scientific field. As a pillar of the Bildung, it helps to establish a German collec...
Corpses, Fire, and Dangerous Mammals: Revisiting the Symbols in Roddam’s Television Adaptation of 'Moby Dick' by Herman Melville
This paper aims at discussing the visual symbols as well as aspects such as the acting performances, the historical accuracy, the teleplay, and the direction in Franc Roddam’s 1998 television miniseries 'Moby Dick', adapted from Herman Melville’s homonymous novel (1851). The two-part television prod...
this volume brings together the work of the two study days we organised in Aix-en-Provence on 18 and 19 January 2018 and then in Grenoble on 17 and 18 January 2019, under the title ‘The art of preaching in the x-century: rhetoric and figurative effectiveness’. This collaboration between the Centre A...
‘The Napoleonic invasions in the Portuguese historic novel of eight hundred’, Congrès international O Romance Histórico in Portuguese language: Rethinking the nineteenth century, University of São Paulo et S. José do Rio Preto University of São Paulo, 25-29 septembre 2017. Organisation de l’Université de São Paulo et de l’Instituto de Biocisciences, Letras and Exata Sciences of UNESP, BRÉSIL, en partenariat avec l’Université do Minho, Portugal, et l’Université Sorbonne Nouvelle — Paris 3. Organisation Paulo Mota Oliveira, Carla Alves (USP), Luciene Pavanelo, Flávia Falleiros, Lúcia Granja, Orlando de Amorim (UNESP).
Treaty of the Generation of the Irraelite Nation
The Treaty of the Generation of the Irraelite Nation is a work preserved in a 15th century manuscript occupying the fol. 99W — 124W of ms. 2015 from the University Library of Salamanca. A preliminary transcript is published by Moshe Lazar (Sēfer Tešubāh [Book on Refugee]). A Ladino compendium of Jew...
Chapter 9. “The good opinion of its readers”
The question of the judgment finds an achievement in the aesthetic judgment, particularly in the judgment on the book of La Bruyère. If, as we have seen, Les Caractères record their own reception, it is to ensure their legitimacy in the literary field, but also to propose a reading theory at the end...
Chapter V. The presence of poetic writing
Poems This language exploration takes on particular importance when reading only the poems published by Bouvier, Le hors and Le Deen, published in 1982, one year after the publication of the most hallucinative text by Bouvier, Le Poisson-scorpion. The first poems in the section ‘Le hors’ are dated a...
Chapter IV. Travel movement, rhythm of narrative
Movement of statements The position of the writer is voluntarily mobile. While much of the narrative takes place on the modality of the past (imperfect, composite, simple past), there is no rare presence of the designer, and it takes the addressee directly. These present appear either as generality...
Chapter 4. The world theatre
The analogy between the world and theatre is one of the images that pass through literary genres such as the linguistic spaces of Europe of the first modernity. This metaphor may be an indication of the lack of consistency of human life, ephemeral as a show, the relativity of quantities, or the pred...
Recalibration of "gold, treasure, debt. Values in Spain for the 16th and 17th centuries, Hélène Tropé (Ed). With the help of Philippe Rabaté and Pierre Civil, Binges, Éditions Orbius tertius 2017, 474 p. "
The Neo-Latins Languages: modern Romance Language Review (ISSN: 0184-7570), No 385
BETWEEN COMPSONS AND BUENDÍAS: MODERNIST FORM AND magical realism in the WORKS OF WILLIAM FAULKNER AND GABRIEL GARCÍA MÁRQUEZ
Embora muito mencionada pelos estudos de literatura comparada, a relação entre a obra do americano William Faulkner e os romances de Gabriel García Márquez é, ainda, um tema que suscita questões: como o escritor colombiano amolda a forma faulkneriana a suas próprias demandas socioculturais? Como a n...
The art of the gutter in 1862. Background, intertext and sub-text of the Guignon de Mallarmé
Second text to be published by Mallarmé, in the magazine L’Artiste, then led by Arsène Houssaye, who retints only the first five tercets, Le Guignon places the author’s entrance in the poetic field under the sign of a highly agreed curse, as the apparatus of images which assimilates poetic and socia...
The Concept of Prudence in "don Quixote"
Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1992. The purpose of this dissertation is to analyze the characters of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza with respect to prudence. Not much has been written on this subject by critics. However, prudence was a topic often treated by writers and t...