Chronique M Dicale

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Les Prix Nobel

Author: Nobel Foundation
Editor: Humanities Press International
ISBN: 9789197007283
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Vol. for 1901 has a sketch of Alfred Nobel and his works, by P.T. Cleve.

Les Prix Nobel 1977

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Les Trois Rois

Author: Marc Ronvaux
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1291445374
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Shades Of Sexuality

Author: Amanda Leamon
Editor: Rodopi
ISBN: 9789042003231
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Shades of Sexuality: Colors and Sexual Identity in the Novels of Blaise Cendrars, by Amanda Leamon, is currently one of the few studies on the modernist poet and novelist Blaise Cendrars to be written in English. Of interest to scholars of Cendrars, Modernism, Twentieth Century French Literature and early Twentieth Century Art and Humanities, Shades of Sexuality is unique among the growing body of criticism and analysis of Cendrars' fiction in that it explores the ways in which Cendrars makes use of the spectrum of fragmented colors and other elements of disguise and trompe-l'oeil, both as an artistic device in the construction of the fictional tekst, and as a recurrent motif in the representation and exploration of the male subject and his relation to woman. The author demonstrates how Cendrars effects intersections of gender in the tekst through the manipulation of colors and their associations with femininity, ultimately undermining the illusory façade of male autonomy which dominates his fictional corpus.

Myth

Author: G. S. Kirk
Editor: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520023895
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This book, developed out of the 1969 Sather lectures at Berkeley, California, confronts a wide range of problems concerning the nature, meaning and functions of myths. Professor Kirk's aim is to introduce a degree of coherence and of critical awareness into a subject that arouses profound interest today, but which for too long has been the target of excessive theorizing and interdisciplinary confusion between anthropologists, sociologists, classicists, philosophers and psychologists. Professor Kirk begins by discussing the relation of myths to rituals and folktales, and the weakness of universalist theories of function. He then subjects Lévi-Strauss's structuralist theory to an extended exposition and criticism; he considers the character and meaning of ancient Near Eastern myths, their influence on Greece, and the special forms with rational modes of thought, and finally, he assesses the status of myths as expressions of the unconscious, as elements of dreams, universal symbols, as accidents along the way to some narrative objective. The result is a significant critical venture into the history and philosophy of thought, imagination, symbol and society.--From publisher description.

Instructor S Manual To Accompany Lire Avec Plaisir Strategies De Lecture Second Edition

Author: Marva A. Barnett
Editor: Heinle & Heinle Pub
ISBN: 9780838436622
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