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  • For a relational approach to modern literary Arabic conditional clauses

    Based on novels written in Modern Standard Arabic published between 1963 and 2005 and from the entire Arab world, this article suggests how the hypothetical systems of this variety of language no longer correspond to the established "classical" model. Specifically, it demonstrates that the so called...

  • Report on Sylvie Craipeau’s work: The company at stake (x): Social lab for online games

    In the society at stake (x). The social laboratory for online games, Sylvie Craipeau, a sociologist of work, questions the role played by mass multiplayer online games in the renewal of forms of sociability, or, more broadly, on the relationship between games and society. By taking as a starting poi...

  • "Tirer son épingle du jeu" : ballet and social construction of figures of femininity

    These days "little miss perfect" promotes an image within specific social classes. This bold statement, makes it possible to experience what would be, for some, real femininity. The ballet dancer represents an unreal figure, a fantasy from ballet and the most stereotypical image of the professional...

  • Desperately looking for the truth: The traps and trappings of crime fiction in Charles Palliser’s The Unburied

    In keeping with its dramatic title, crimes abound in Charles Palliser’s The Unburied which includes no fewer than three enigmas set in three different times (xith, xviith and xixth centuries). Departing from the singleness of purpose of the detective novel, The Unburied switches from one plot to ano...

  • Conditional and irreal past in the hypothetical system: factors of change in the classic period

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  • elects 4.1. (summer 2016): Varia

    Reporters, dear readers, After a few months’ work, the number 4.1 of elects is now finished. The 2016 series will be continued in the autumn with a second issue of Varia. Thank you to the authors, reporters and... readers if there are any! The Editorial Committee elected/reviewed by the Young Lingui...

  • The unspeakable through the works of some contemporary Spanish composers

    The concept of unspeakable, as complex as it may be, can base itself on an experience of the sensitive, and find a common context in the events exceeding the limit and pointing a certain chaos. Those of the Spanish Civil War have constituted, by numerous aspects, examples of these unthinkable excess...

  • Marcel Aymé, against

    published in the 1930s, Les Contes du cat perché fundamentally disrupted the interwar youth literature and opened a new relationship with the child reader. Marcel Aymé has not only always refused to engage in the ‘great rire’ of the child literature of his time, which made him horrific, but never mo...

  • Doctoral day 26 February 2016

    EA CELISO PhD Day, 26 February 2016 PhD students from the Cente de Lingutique en Sorbonne are organising a doctoral day on 26 February at the House of Research in Paris-Sorbonne (room D223). Event open to all. 8: 45-9: 15. Welcome and welcome coffee. 9: 15. Opening. 9: 30. Ernest Hounhouayenou, ling...

  • The hypothetical law systems of classical Arabic

    It is taught in the classes that hypothetical law systems, a mark of irreal, essentially have the form of law fa’ala (the) fa’ala. In coranic Arabic, apodose is good’ala, almost always preceded by the positive shape, and mothera’ala, never preceded by la-, to the negative, which leads to a hypothesi...

  • Asyndet and fictitious construction in certain varieties of English

    24 pages This article deals with statements without connectors, i.e. without marker as such, where, however, in context, hypotaxies.This study deals with the construction/reconstruction of potential and irreal without the IF connector, which is the only bundle — with IN CASE and unless — in English...

  • Marcel Aymé, against

    published in the 1930s, Les Contes du cat perché fundamentally disrupted the interwar youth literature and opened a new relationship with the child reader. Marcel Aymé has not only always refused to engage in the ‘great rire’ of the child literature of his time, which made him horrific, but never mo...

  • Tracts (No 25) — What we are looking for. 33 pieces

    ‘They instinctively had the Pandemic after the other great mythical creatures that we had remembered, agreeing to take it for what it was indeed: a contagion of minds before body contagion.’ Alessandro Baricco’br/b It should be successful in considering Pandemic as a mythic creature. Much more compl...

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