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Cécile Narjoux et Daniel Bougnoux commentent Le roman inachevé d'Aragon
Author: Cécile Narjoux, Daniel Bougnoux
Publisher: Editions Gallimard
ISBN: 2070307883
Pages: 256
Year: 2007
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Cet ouvrage propose une étude approfondie d'un grand texte classique ou contemporain par un spécialiste de l'œuvre : approche critique originale des multiples facettes du texte dans une présentation claire et rigoureuse. Il présente également une biographie, une chronologie, des variantes, des témoignages, des extraits de presse, des éclaircissements historiques et contextuels, des commentaires critiques récents. Un ouvrage efficace, élégant. Une nouvelle manière de lire.
In Praise of the Variant
Author: Bernard Cerquiglini
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 0801861268
Pages: 93
Year: 1999
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It has long been a task of great scholars to establish definitive texts of major works. The reconstruction of an Ur text, the painstaking schematization of its genealogy, and the publication of an authoritative text proceed under the assumption that, amid many variations of a text, one is to be preferred above all others. But why, Bernard Cerquiglini asks, must there be such a preference? Might such a preference distort the fundamental understanding of what texts are or could be? In this elegant study, Bernard Cerquiglini examines the relation between philosophical studies and their texts, paying special attention to texts from the Middle Ages. He finds that the scientific reconstruction of texts is not only a recent historical phenomenon but also an anachronism that loses exactly what it seeks: a way of confronting a text in its own terms. In the medieval period, Cerquiglini observes, works were translated into French and transmitted in French copies that often varied greatly. For centuries such texts were valued, in part, precisely because each was in some manner unique. The variant was not necessarily a careless accident but a sign of precious individuality and a source of pleasure, even joy. To honor those texts, Cerquiglini prepared this engaging eulogy, In Praise of the Variant. "Criticism is increasingly fond of whatever is unstable, multiple, and precarious, whatever temporarily goes beyond the enclosed immobility established by the machine. Note that this is happening at the very moment when the computer, the new technology, is producing floods of a writing that is mobile, various, and fluctuating. Does that mean that the written work is itself at stake?" -- from the Introduction
The Eleven
Author: Pierre Michon
Publisher: Archipelago
ISBN: 1935744631
Pages: 240
Year: 2012-12-21
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In The Eleven, Michon lets us into the world of Corentin, a painter shaped by—and who eventually shapes—history. Brought up among provincial aristocracy to become a favorite of Parisian society—his paintings are commissioned by Louis XV’s mistress—Corentin’s career rides the Tides of the French Revolution. His masterpiece, "The Eleven," is an enigmatic Last Supper, representing the eleven members of the Committee of Public Safety (including Robespierre and Saint Just) during the Reign of Terror. Corentin and company, his work of art, and the historical tableau of the French Revolution come to life in dazzling, even painterly, detail. A potent blend of fact and fiction, The Eleven is a beautifully written, astute meditation on the nature of history itself and the artist’s role in it. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Le Roman Inacheve
Author: Aragon L.
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ISBN: 0828838135
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Year: 1978-01-01
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Recherches croisées Aragon
Author: Groupe de recherches en linguistique et sémiotique (France)
Publisher: Presses Univ. Franche-Comté
ISBN: 2251604405
Pages: 288
Year: 1991-01-01
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Histoires littéraires
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Year: 2008
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The Origin of the World
Author: Pierre Michon
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300180705
Pages: 92
Year: 2013-10-22
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A young teacher takes his first job in a sleepy French town and falls under the spell the seductive and charming Yvonne.
Recherches croisées Aragon/Elsa Triolet
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Year: 1991
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The Jungle Book
Author: Rudyard Kipling
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Pages: 303
Year: 1920
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L'universalité de Pouchkine
Author: Michel Aucouturier, Jean Bonamour
Publisher: Institut d'Etudes Slaves
ISBN: 2720403474
Pages: 485
Year: 2000
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Pouchkine, dont le bicentenaire a été célébré en 1999, n'est pas seulement le plus grand poète russe, c'est aussi l'écrivain qui a profondément et définitivement enraciné la culture de l'Europe moderne en Russie, et a permis à son pays d'apporter lui aussi une contribution inestimable à la culture universelle. C'est à travers la culture française que Pouchkine en a assimilé l'héritage.
Captain Fracasse
Author: Théophile Gautier
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Pages: 411
Year: 1880
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Le Demon de la Theorie - Literature Et Sens
Author: Compagnon
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ISBN: 0691070431
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Year: 2007-12-02
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Sword Art Online Calibur
Author: Reki Kawahara
Publisher: Yen Press LLC
ISBN: 0316442577
Pages: 192
Year: 2017-12-19
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The goddess Urd is in danger, and only Kirito and his friends can save her! The evil frost giants have invaded her homeland of Jotunheim, bringing death and destruction in their wake. The linchpin of it all is the frost giant king's sword-the legendary weapon Excalibur! If Kirito's crew can make it to the end of the dungeon and pull the sword from the stone, peace will be brought to the land once more!
The Ravishing of Lol Stein
Author: Marguerite Duras
Publisher: Pantheon
ISBN: 0804151199
Pages: 192
Year: 2013-10-02
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The Ravishing of Lol Stein is a haunting early novel by the author of The Lover. Lol Stein is a beautiful young woman, securely married, settled in a comfortable life—and a voyeur. Returning with her husband and children to the town where, years before, her fiancé had abandoned her for another woman, she is drawn inexorably to recreate that long-past tragedy. She arranges a rendezvous for her friend Tatiana and Tatiana’s lover. She arranges to spy on them. And then, she goes one step further . . . From the Trade Paperback edition.
The Tartar Steppe
Author: Dino Buzzati, Stuart Hood
Publisher: David R. Godine Publisher
ISBN: 1567923046
Pages: 198
Year: 2005-11-01
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Often Likened to Kafka's The Castle, this great Italian novel, first published in 1945, is both a scathing criticism of military life and a meditation on the human thirst for glory. It tells of young Giovanni Drago, who is posted to a remote fort overlooking the vast Tartar steppe, the first line of defense against a rumored barbarian invasion. Although not intending to stay, Giovanni one day finds that years have passed, almost without his noticing, as he has come to share his fellow-soldiers' patient vigil. At last the fort is downgraded and Giovanni's ambitions fade - until the hour that the enemy begins massing on the desolate horizon...

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