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L amant de ma femme me trompe

Author : Marie-Carmen BENGUEDDA
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L Amant arbitre com die en un acte et en vers etc

Author : Alexandre Joseph Pierre de SÉGUR (Viscount.)
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Revisioning Duras

Author : Janet Sayers
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The extraordinary range, complexity and power of Marguerite Duras – novelist, dramatist, film-maker, essayist – has been justly recognized. Yet in the years following her death in 1996, there has been an increasing tendency to consecrate her work, particularly by those critics who approach it primarily in biographical terms. The British and American specialists featured in this interdisciplinary collection aim to resurrect the Duras corpus in all its forms by submitting it theoretically to three main areas of enquiry. By establishing how far Duras’s work questions and redefines the parameters of literary and cinematic form, as well as the categories of race and ethnicity, homosexuality and heterosexuality, fantasy and violence, the contributors to this volume "revision" Duras’s work in the widest sense of the term.

Rewriting Rewriting

Author : Cathy Jellenik
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Although the storytelling of any time rewrites itself, rewriting became a primary concern in the literature of the twentieth century, an era characterized as having quoted, reenacted, cannibalized, revised, redone, refurbished, and outright plagiarized the texts of earlier times. The modern obsession with literary reiteration manifests itself in a rather unique way in the narratives of Marguerite Duras, Annie Ernaux, and Marie Redonnet. These authors systematically and repeatedly rewrite their own texts, and in so doing, give evidence of three of the more salient aspects of twentieth-century French literature: a trend toward the representation of multifaceted selves, a desire to reevaluate the literary paradigm, and an acute concern for the unreliability of language. This book argues that the rewriting performed by Duras, Ernaux, and Redonnet moves beyond the tacit rewriting that occurs in any text toward a renovation of various features of the literary arena within which they circulate. Cathy Jellenik argues that all writing contains rewriting - an argument grounded in the theoretical apparatuses of Saussure, Bakhtin, Benveniste, Barthes, Kristeva, and Derrida. She then examines and interrogates the ways in which Duras, Ernaux, and Redonnet use rewriting to question and rethink the literary traditions they inherit. Jellenik suggests that the rewriting projects of Duras, Ernaux, and Redonnet promise to lead them, and their readers, toward the creation of a new literary aesthetic capable of responding to the questions of our times.

Courtly Literature

Author : International Courtly Literature Society. Congress
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The International Courtly Literature Society aims to promote the study of courtly literature, primarily, but not exclusively, of medieval Europe. The 45 articles selected here from the papers presented at the 5th Congress center around three themes: rhetoric and courtly literature, the audience of courtly literature, and courtly literature in a comparative perspective. There are contributions by specialists in Old French Literature on such diverse topics as Adenet le Roi, Rene d'Anjou, Le Bel Inconnu, and 15th-century prose chronicles; by Provencalists on the eternal topic of courtly love; by Anglicists on Chaucer, Henryson, Malory, and others; by Germanists on Heinrich von Morungen, der Schwanritter, and Walther von der Vogelweide; by Hispanists on La Celestina and the Historia Troiana; there are also articles on Italian, Dutch, and Scandinavian literature, and two relating to Persian and Arabic courtly texts.

Two Late Medieval Love Treatises

Author : Leslie C. Brook
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The Epistles of L amant Vert

Author : Jean Lemaire de Belges
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Understanding French Poetry

Author : Stamos Metzidakis
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Study of Theodose Valentinian s Amant resuscit de la mort d amour a

Author : Margaret A. Harris
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Costumes de L empire de Russie

Author : William Alexander
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Sex with All the Wrong People

Author : Ariel L'Amant
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This is an erotic collection of 15 short stories that will challenge your moral values, and severely test your ability to control your sexual urges. It features No. 1 - 13 from my Taboo Erotica series, in addition to 2 bonus stories, namely: Sweet Virgin Amy My Taboo College Experience

French Fiction in the Mitterrand Years

Author : Colin Davis
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In the 1980s and 1990s French Fiction has emerged from the towering shadow of the formalist literary debates of the fifties and sixties and has reclaimed the ground of history, or narrative, of the individual self which has been the thrust of artistic endeavour for much of European history.The Author has returned from the dead to entertain and tell stories, as well as to negotiate a path through traumatic experiences such as the legacy of Frances colonial and wartime past, the Holocaust, the spectre of Aids, the labyrinths of desire and personal identity. Colin Davis and ElizabethFallaize examine some of the most popular and some of the most challenging of texts which emerged during Francois Mitterrand's presidency of France (1981-1995) and relate them to the dominant literary and cultural trends of the period. The book will appeal to students at all levels who are engagedin courses in twentieth-century fiction and to readers with an interest in contemporary French culture.

L Amant Rendu Cordelier L Observance D Amours Po me Attribu Martial D Auvergne

Author : Martial D'Auvergne
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Bad Daddy

Author : Ariel L'Amant
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Some people just don't know where to draw the line, especially the characters in this steamy collection. They just keep pushing and pushing, until somebody finally gives in. You'll need a dip in the coldest ocean after reading about their detailed experiences. Previously published as Brats Gone Wild, I've added a bonus story and found a title much more suited for the bundle.

L Amant de Coeur

Author : Louis Verneuil
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Debate and Dialogue

Author : Emma Cayley
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In early humanist France two debating traditions converge: one literary and vernacular, one intellectual and conducted mainly via Latin epistles. Debate and Dialogue demonstrates how the two fuse in the vernacular verse debates of Alain Chartier, secretary and notary at the court of Charles VI, and later, Charles VII. In spite of considerable contemporary praise for Chartier, his work has remained largely neglected by modern critics. This study shows how Chartier participates in a movement that invests a vernacular poetic with moral and political significance, inspiring such social engagements as the fifteenth-century poetic exchange known as the Querelle de la Belle Dame sans mercy. Emma Cayley sets Chartier in the context of a late-medieval debating climate through the use of a new model of participatory poetics which she terms the collaborative debating community. This is a dynamic and generative social grouping based on Brian Stock's model of the textual community, as well as Pierre Bourdieu's sociological categories of field, habitus, and capital. This dialectical model takes account of the socio-cultural context of literary production, and suggests the fundamentally competitive yet collaborative nature of late-medieval poetry. Cayley draws an analogy here between literary debates and game-playing, engaging with the game theory of Johan Huizinga and Roger Caillois, and discusses the manuscript context of such literary debates as the materialization of this poetic game. The collaborative debating community postulated affords unique insights into the dynamics of late-medieval compositional and reading practices.

Home Maison Casa

Author : Erica L. Johnson
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"The book is concerned with homes, maisons, and case - English, French, and Italian words which refer to a similar idea yet which reveal, together, that the notion of being at home, a la maison, or a case pivots on the axis of material dwelling places as well as the more abstract concept of being at home, or chez soi.".

Beispielsammlung zur Theorie und Literatur der Sch nen Wissenschaften

Author : Johann Joachim Eschenaburg
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Chaucer Surrey Wyat Sackville v 2 Spenser Shakespeare Davies Hall v 3 Drayton Carew Suckling v 4 Donne Daniel Browne P Fletcher G Fletcher Jonson Drummond Crashaw Davenant v 5 Milton Cowley Waller Butler Denham v 6 Dryden Rochester Roscommon Otway Pomfret Stepne J philips Walsh Smith Duke King Sprat Halifax v 7 Parnell Garth Rowe Addison Hughes Sheffield Prior Congreve Blackmore Fenton Granville Yalden v 8 Pope Tickell Somerville Pattison Hammond Savage Hill Broome Pitt Blair v 9 Swift Thomson Watts Hamilton A philips G West Collins Dyer Shenstone Mallet Akenside Harte v 10 Young Gray R West Lyttleton Moore Boyse Thompson Cawthorn Churchill Falconer Lloyd Cunningham Green Cooper Goldsmith P Whitehead Brown Grainger Smollett Armstrong v 11 Wilkie Dodsley Smart Langhorne Bruce Chatterton Graeme Glover Shaw Lovibond Penrose Mickle Jago Scott Jonson W Whitehead Jenyns Loan Warton Cotton Blcklock

Author : Robert Anderson
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Subject Matters

Author : Paul Gifford
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What can we currently make of 'the subject'? Under the sway of structuralism and poststructuralism, critical thinking took a distinctly negative turn, effectively disqualifying any form of subjectivity as a reference point in discussions of textual or literary meaning. Since the mid-1970s, however, throughout the human sciences, human agency has been restored as both a methodological principle and an ethical value: a phenomenon broadly designated as 'the return of the subject'. Yet the returning subject bears the traces of its problematization... The present collection of essays explores the ways in which the subject now 'matters', both in principle and in the variety of critical approaches in authorizes. Essays, which are both literary and theoretical in character, cover authors, texts and issues in French literature from Descartes to the present. A wide range of types of writing is examined, from established forms such as the novel to relatively marginal and generically unsystematized discursive practices such as automatic writing and the 'récit de rêve'. Though it shuns 'closure' in a matter which remains ultimately elusive, this book offers some account of the types of answer which remain open and of those we have learned to leave behind.