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Looking at Mrs Dalloway

Marti, Aina (27 mars 2013)

I recommend to all you who enjoy Virginia Woolf this film adaptation of Mrs Dalloway. It is a very fair interpretation of the novel and very faithful to the writing. The film is directed by Marleen Gorris in 1997. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w227rhzbQ_c

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The Other and My-self

Marti, Aina (23 janv. 2013)

You have conquered, and I yield. Yet henceforward art thou also dead - dead to the World, to Heaven, and to Hope! In me didst thou exist - and, in my death, see by this image, which is thine own, how utterly thou hast murdered thyself. That's the ending of "William Wilson" (1839) by Allan Poe, a ...

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Embodied Feelings

Marti, Aina (7 déc. 2012)

Ambiguity is one of the most current terms in literary aesthetics. It plays with our perceptions and it's said to be settled in a blurred border between the conscious and the unconscious; it says without saying and knows at the same time it doesn't. It's part of the real world as well as inhabits in ...

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Baroque Gaze in Woolf's Between the Acts

Marti, Aina (8 mai 2013)

In 1940 Virginia Woolf finished Between the Acts, a novel close to The Waves and very clearly belonging to her last years in style and narration. Indeed, Woolf's last novels are characterised by a strong presence of symbolical meaning and language, a very intuitive perception of the world, ...

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The Human Beast in Thérèse Raquin

Marti, Aina (31 mars 2013)

A Zola's novel hardly leaves anyone indifferent; he is the artist par excellence of the darkest human side. It is not just in his topics and characters, it is in his narrative style as well where Zola depicts brutality in a very brutal way: without judgement. There is no the slightest moral voice ...

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The Unknown Guilt of Herr K.

Marti, Aina (27 févr. 2013)

Even if Kafka's works are rich in interpretations there is a possible "core" to be found in them, especially in The Trial. The main topic of this novel is the guilt and its relation to the Law. Joseph K. bears a guilt, but it is not any guilt, it is an Unknown Guilt, or even better, The Unknown ...

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Upcoming Conference On the Epistolary Genre

Marti, Aina (12 mars 2013)

Yours Sincerely: The Rise and Fall of the Letter 28-29 June 2013 Manchester, United Kingdom The tradition of communication through correspondence can be traced far back in the annals of ancient history, but the rise of technology is daily changing the face and format of the letter. This conference ...

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A Romantic Ecstasy

Marti, Aina (18 janv. 2013)

George Büchner (1813-1837) was a Romantic German writer whose short story "Lenz" (1836) is really a beautiful piece of work. Lenz is an extremely sensitive man able to experiment beauty in an unusual degree. Nature, childhood and religion give him a high sense of spiritual communion in the most ...

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Tolstoy, a lover of the simplicity

Marti, Aina (7 déc. 2012)

Reading Tolstoy nowadays is an encounter with a kind of relief. Simple, clear and with no considerations for the politically correct, Tolstoy just claims for innocence, truth and peace. Lover of the simple life, as we see in Anna Karenina's character Levin,  and the rural calm, he also has ...

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Europe in War

Marti, Aina (6 déc. 2012)

I wouldn't recommend anyone to read Storm of Steel by Ernst Jünger who was not interested in a kind of "war report". In fact, Jünger wrote his war diary during his four years in the World War I and he gave us a piece of faithful events without space for feelings or emotions. This lack of " ...

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