Léon Chatry, instituteur (Terroirs classiques) (French Edition)

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U S Unknown. Books are made out of books : a guide to Cormac McCarthy's literary influences []. Crews, Michael Lynn, author. Description Book — xiv, pages ; 24 cm. Summary Acknowledgments Chapter 1. Child of God Hitchcock, Alfred Chapter 5. Yet his novels and plays masterfully appropriate and allude to an extensive range of literary works, demonstrating that McCarthy is well aware of literary tradition, respectful of the canon, and deliberately situating himself in a knowing relationship to precursors.

In Books Are Made Out of Books, Michael Lynn Crews thoroughly mines the archive to identify nearly writers and thinkers that McCarthy himself references in early drafts, marginalia, notes, and correspondence. Crews organizes the references into chapters devoted to McCarthy's published works, the unpublished screenplay Whales and Men, and McCarthy's correspondence. For each work, Crews identifies the authors, artists, or other cultural figures that McCarthy references; gives the source of the reference in McCarthy's papers; provides context for the reference as it appears in the archives; and explains the significance of the reference to the novel or play that McCarthy was working on.

This groundbreaking exploration of McCarthy's literary influences-impossible to undertake before the opening of the archive-vastly expands our understanding of how one of America's foremost authors has engaged with the ideas, images, metaphors, and language of other thinkers and made them his own.

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C Z64 Available. Brill's companion to the reception of classics in international modernism and the avant-garde []. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [] Description Book — xi, pages : illustrations ; 25 cm. Brill's Companion to the Reception of Classics in International Modernism and the Avant-Garde examines how the writers and artists who lived from roughly the last quarter of the nineteenth century to the middle of the twentieth sought to build a new world from the ashes of one marked by two world wars, global economic depression, the rise of nationalism, and the collapse of empires.

By surveying the modernist appropriation of Ancient Greece and Rome, the fourteen chapters in this volume demonstrate how the Classics, as foundational texts of the old order, were nevertheless adapted to suit the stylistic innovation and formal experimentation that characterized modernist and avant-garde literature and art. C6 B75 Available. Lund, Hans Peter, author.


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Camus' Hellenic Sources []. Archambault, Paul. Digital: data file. Paul Archambault explores the evolution of Camus' attitude toward Hellenism and Christianity as seen through his writing.

The author considers problems as disparate as Camus' use and misuse of Aeschylus and the Presocratics, his ambivalent appraisal of Socrates, the ""Plotinian"" nature of his aesthetics, his identification of Christianity with Augustinian theology, and the Gnostic resonance of his characteristic ideas. Camus, militant communiste : Alger []. A Z48 Unknown. Hosseini, Seyyed Rouhollah, author. C'est Sadegh Hedayat. C'est Albert Camus. L'oeuvre de chacun d'eux fut abondamment traduite dans la langue de l'autre. A5 V44 Unknown. Dictionnaire amoureux de l'Afrique []. Paris : Plon, [] Description Book — pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.

B68 Available. East-West literary imagination : cultural exchanges from Yeats to Morrison [].

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Hakutani, Yoshinobu, author. Henry David Thoreau and Confucian Ethics; 2. Yeats's Poetics in the Noh Play; 5. Yone Noguchi, Ezra Pound, and Imagism; 6. Richard Wright's Haiku and Modernist Poetics; 8. This study traces the shaping presence of cultural interactions, arguing that American literature has become a hybridization of Eastern and Western literary traditions. Hakutani examines this influence through the works of Emerson, Thoreau, and Whitman. He further demonstrates the East-West exchange through discussionsof the interactions by modernists such as Yone Noguchi, Yeats, Pound, Camus, and Kerouac.

Their works exhibit their concerted efforts to abolish marginality and extend referentiality, exemplifying the postmodern East-West crossroads of cultures. A fuller understanding of their work is gained by situating them within this cultural conversation. The writingsof Wright, for example, take on their full significance only when they are read, not as part of a national literature, but as an index to an evolving literature of cultural exchanges.

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C75 T73 Unknown. Camus et B. Zadi Zaourou []. Soro, N'golo Aboudou author. S67 Available. The evil of banality : on the life and death importance of thinking [].

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Minnich, Elizabeth Kamarck, author. What Were They Thinking? What About Us? The author, a moral philosopher, draws also on literature, psychology, economics, journalism, pop culture. Reversing Arendt's banality of evil, she finds that mind-deadening banality, thoughtless conventionality, ambition, greed, status-seeking enable the evil of banality.

M56 Unknown. Gadflies in the public space : a Socratic legacy of philosophical dissent []. Jahanbegloo, Ramin author. More precisely, it is the result of approaching the public realm in terms of a philosophical quest for truth and justice. This restless quest for truth and justice has a history that continues to bear upon us, however much we choose to ignore it. We can think about the current situation of philosophy by exploring that history.

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The image of Socrates represents a mid-point between politics and philosophy; the Socratic mind, exemplified by the presence of the public gadfly in history, finds itself at the beginning of a new struggle for truth. But the forging of the rebellious mind and the sustaining of the civic task of philosophy are goals which impose themselves to each of us whenever we are reminded by the urgency of critical thinking in our own dark times.

The future of humankind necessarily requires convictions and commitments, but it also requires Socratic rebels, of the mind and of action, who have the courage to swim against the tide. Examining dissent in the history of philosophy, this book will appeal to scholars of political theory and political philosophy and to scholars and students of political and intellectual history. J35 Unknown. Velardo, Tristan. Un homme qui dit non. P V45 Available. Global Wallace : David Foster Wallace and world literature []. Thompson, Lucas, author.

Description Book — xiii, pages ; 23 cm. Wallace and the World Chapter One.

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Wallace and World Literature Chapter Two. Wallace and Latin America Chapter Three. Wallace and Russia Chapter Four. South Chapter Six. Wallace and the World Bibliography Index. Lucas Thompson challenges this consensus, arguing that Wallace's investments in various international literary traditions are central to both his artistic practice and his critique of US culture.

Thompson shows how, time and again, Wallace's fiction draws on a diverse range of global texts, appropriating various forms of world literature in the attempt to craft fiction that critiques US culture from oblique and unexpected vantage points. It also offers a more comprehensive account of the key influences that Wallace scholars have already perceived, such as Fyodor Dostoevsky, Franz Kafka, and Manuel Puig. By reassessing Wallace's body of work in relation to five broadly construed geographic territories -- Latin America, Russia, Eastern Europe, France, and Africa -- the book reveals the mechanisms with which Wallace played particular literary traditions off one another, showing how he appropriated vastly different global texts within his own fiction.

By expanding the geographic coordinates of Wallace's work in this way, Global Wallace reconceptualizes contemporary American fiction, as being embedded within a global exchange of texts and ideas. A Z88 Available.

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Herr Groll und die Stromschnellen des Tiber : Roman []. Riess, Erwin, author. I H47 Available. Royer, Clara. L'Ultime Auberge Jusqu'au bout. K Z85 Unknown.