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  • On a news from Arthur Schnitzler (1862-1931) The appeal of the teenbrae

    Arthur Schnitzler, writer and doctor, tells us in his photograph that mental illnesses are particularly attractive to her for what they have ‘poetic or at least literary’. Based on a variety of tragic facts (an individual who denies his brother), a genuine case of deadly paranoia, Schnitzler wants t...

  • The parallelogram of Gonzalo Escudero Comedia in six tables

    Gonzalo Escudero, born in 1903 and killed in 1971, better known in the Ecuadorian letters by his poetry, began in 1935 his work on the dramatic creation with ‘parallelogram. Comedia in six tables’. His work, described as superrealist and qubist, offers a very state-of-the-art dimension in the dramat...

  • The House of Viet Nam’s Cinema (s) and the World: I in the singular and plural

    The house is a body of images that give people reasons or illusions of stability. In ‘The poetic of space’ by Gaston Bachelard Bien before the creation by decree of President Ho Chi Minh in 1956 of the Film Studios on the mythic 4 Thuy Khu-Street in Hanoi, fiction films were produced, turned and int...

  • Living in the house: reflections around the living space

    [ES] Housing the house. Reflections around the vivential space is a personal project that arises from the need to investigate the idea of home, home and living space. Based on the reflection on living spaces and different ways of living, developing concepts such as home, family, privateness, nest or...

  • Wolf and moon: Illustrated album

    [ES] Example albums dealing with psychological issues are part of a well-established trend today, either as a type of multimedia manifestation responding to tastes, interests and perceptions in children and young people, or by conveying short and intense messages through a combination enriched by te...

  • Conclusion

    of Platon’s private poetic competition in Timeland-Critias in the margins of Panathenia, Timée has every chance of winning. Although formally inspired by traditional hymnic and genealogical poetry, its performance implements an entirely new concept of discursive mímesis, i.e. ‘updating’ in and throu...

  • Voicing my desire to her. Poetic and coming-out literary in the new ‘On Monday of Last Week’ and ‘Grace’

    The article analyses the writing of desires in two news from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Chinelo Okparanta, and the relationship between transgression and subversive writing. Women’s desires are articulated around three ideas: the desired body and its construction, the role of religion and its impa...

  • Regressive memory, hysteric memory, obsessive memory

    Three types of novel memories are distinguished here: deep childhood memory, hysteric memory and obsessional memory. Each illustrates a particular relationship to be forgotten and to the Roman: how can I keep in his written memory what has been read in childhood? How can I exercise control over this...

  • Ivres de livres : ivresse sensuelle et vertige de la possession chez les bibliophiles du XIXe siècle

    International audience This paper aims at examining the ambivalent concept of « ivresse livresque » as linked to the collecting habits of French bibliophiles in the 19th century. If, on the one hand, the sensual pleasure provided by the book as an object is likely to lock the book-lover into a steri...

  • The poetic status of direct speech in the stories of Isaak Babel'

    Hamutal Bar-Yosef, The poetic status of direct speech in the stories of Isaak Babel'. Considerable attention has been directed to the "poetic" qualities of Babel's style. Babel's stylistic heterogeneity is by now widely accepted - ambivalent, multivoiced narrator being its most common explanation. R...

  • The Polifemo de Góngora: a poetic of seduction

    Since a decade ago, Jesús Ponce Cárdenas has devoted much of his research work to various aspects of Luis de Góngora’s poetic writing. It has recently focused its attention on Polifemo. In addition to the Five Polyfemo Tests and the edition of the Polifemo and Galatea Fábula, it has just published a...

  • The revision of an orientalist to a reoriented image : Arab women in The Algerian Quartet by Assia Djebar

    This thesis focuses on the work of Assis Djebar, one of the greatest representatives of Francophone Maghreb literature. It draws on numerous works on this literature already published by modifying their approach and adding a personal perspective to show how this postcolonial writer renews the repres...

  • Alcuin on the road

    This communication attempts to summarise what is known about Alcuin’s journeys, particularly according to his poetic work (for example, the famous poem on the Rhine trip) and, above all, his correspondence. When he travelled to the continent while he was a pupil and then ecolaster from York-Eboracum...

  • Description and institution of the place at La Fontaine, Desmarets de Saint-Sorlin and Father Dan.

    seminar “Art, Architecture, Philoophie” of Baldine Saint-Girons and Didier Laroque, Paris X-Nanterre University, February — May 2008. The poetic construction of the Castles of Fontainebleau (by father Dan), Richelieu (by Desmarets de Saint-Sorlin and La Fontaine) and Vaux le Vicomte (by La Fontaine)...

  • Yeats and Afterwords

    Yeats and Afterwords is a collection of tests compiled by Marjorie Howes and Joseph Valente around a question consisting of ‘articulate W.B. Yeats powerful, multilayered sense of cultural belatedness as part of his complex literary method’. The book, with an index, consists of three parts ‘The Last...

  • Manifests, foresight and experimentation

    The manifesto is one of the “genders” of modernity and accompanies the shift from a model aesthetic to an aesthetic of innovation. But its evolution makes it possible to grasp the breakthrough of the foresight. By moving the manifesto from programmatic to poetic, by constituting it as a shape and wo...

  • Hesiode and Muses: the gift of truth and the conquest of speech

    The depth and seriousness of Hesiode’s reflection on traditional epic heritage, both in terms of expressive heritage and the complex network of values and ideals, and, indeed, the principles of the poetic nature of the eppopée, are now well-established realities. In these circumstances, the almost l...

  • When “I” is called forgotten: address poetic in a novel of Laurent Mauvignier

    peer reviewed Depuis Loin d’eux jusqu’à Continuer, l’ensemble des textes de Laurent Mauvignier aborde selon des situations narratives diverses la question de la difficulté de dire et de l’incommunicabilité. Chacune de ses publications invoque en effet l’enjeu et la nécessité de faire advenir une par...

  • Women in the prophet, by Houria Abdelouahed

    Houria Abdelouahed, Les Femmes du Propphet, Seuil, 2016. Khadîja, Sawda, Aïsha, Hafsa, Zaïnab daughter of Khuzaïma, Hind, Zaïnab daughter of Jahsh, Jowaïriya, Ramla, Saffiya, Maïmouna... Who were Mahomet’s women, legitimate, cohabiting, abducted, repudiated or assertive? Who were his daughters? In t...

  • Another way to see it. The creative process as an educational project

    [ES] Other way to see it is an artistic project with a pedagogical approach, which we present to the students of the Master’s Degree in Childhood Education, as a reflective and creative experience of which they are the authors and the leading actor. From artistic practice, they internalise the value...

  • Projections Variable cranks — borders, cohabitation

    Merchandise 4 October 2017 at 18: 00 — Ciné Tambour Rennes 2. This first session — Variables from the 2017-2018 season — is a sign of the fracture that marks the sacred land of Israel and Palestine. Opening this session, Laurent Mareschal’s film invites us to think plastic and poetic, in the form of...

  • Juan Ramón Jiménez and the verso in the Spanish poetry: from French symbolism to “Diary of a married poet”

    The free verso presents many problems in determining its definition, its origins and its evolution in the modern and contemporary Spanish poetry. This article defines and explores the presence of the free verso in the French symbolist poetry, its connections with the Hispanic modernisation and the p...

  • Practice and poetic of the Koltesian didascalie

    Most of the dramaturges of the 20th century follow the same educational development: more and more involvement and expert involvement in the entertainment sphere thanks to more, more precise and more technical indications. On the contrary, Koltès has constantly removed its control text from the real...

  • The senses and synaesthesia in Horace's Satires

    This study observes Horace’s Satires (Book 1 published c. 36-35 BCE, and Book 2 c. 30 BCE) through a lens of the body’s senses and organs involved in perception (eyes, ears, noses, mouths, hands, and tongues). Horace manipulates a multitude of bodies throughout his poetry, each contributing a differ...

  • The sovereign gesture of the ‘glands’ in Louis Sébastien Mercier’s poetic

    Louis Sébastien Mercier (1740-1814) is a transient character whose pathway both pittoresque and exemplary shows the transition from bameters to literature. After breaking early with the academic world, he is entering dissent and, as he says, becomes ‘haretic in literature’. A few years later, he wil...

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