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Mot-clé : Le livre du philosophe Friedrich Nietzsche_x
Source: HAL

Merlin, contemporary persistence of a literary medieval figure in the francophone cultural production (late twentieth century and early twenty-first century) : origins and powers

Zussa, Gaëlle (14 jun. 2008)

The character Merlin, was born a long time ago from Welsh chronicles. Its literary origins go back to texts from the 12th century, first in Latin, then in French, in which he becomes Arthur's famous adviser and acquires a great reputation among readers. Today, nine centuries later, the traditional ...

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Source: Hypotheses.org

Krieg für die Kultur ? Une guerre pour la civilisation ? : la légitimation culturelle de la guerre en France et en Allemagne (1914-1918)

ciera2 (31 march 2015)

Date : 09-11/10/2014 Lieu :  Paris Organisateur :  Olivier Agard Programme :  Kulturkritik et politique en France et en Allemagne – 1860-1933 Colloque organisé par Olivier Agard/Gérard Raulet (Paris-Sorbonne/Groupe de recherche sur la culture de Weimar(IRICE/MSH) et Barbara Beßlich ( ...

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Source: HAL

The Writing of Violence and Interculturality : Issues of Identity in Contemporary Mauritian novels written in French and English

Arnold, Markus (17 march 2012)

This research project explores the different inscriptions of postcolonial identities in an extensive corpus of Mauritian novels written in French and English between 1990 and 2010. Over these last few decades, aesthetic, thematic and poetic innovation can be observed in a young generation of ...

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Source: Theses.fr

The taboos and restrictions of representation in Paul Auster and Jérome Rothenberg’s works

Hugonnier, François (17 nov. 2012)

Les événements d’Auschwitz, d’Hiroshima et du 11 septembre 2001 ravivent un questionnement ancien sur le pouvoir du langage, ainsi que sur la responsabilité et les modes du témoignage. Tenter de dépasser les interdits de la représentation dans ce contexte historique relève d’un acte de ...

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Source: HAL

Deconstruction and reconstruction in the oeuvre of Michel Butor and of Alain Robbe-Grillet : the nouveau roman's contribution to the social imaginary of the Glorious Thirty (1946-1975)

Perugini, Gabriel (11 dec. 2015)

The nouveau roman passed to posterity as one of the main examples of an intransitive moment of french literature. By destabilizing the narration and the plot, the spatio-temporal framework, the characters and the voices, the Nouveau Roman disputes the realistic referential mimesis and turns itself ...

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Source: HAL

L'Orientalisme d'Edward Said : récit et modalités d'un transfert culturel entre les États-Unis et la France

Asshidi, Hamza (11 jun. 2015)

L'Orientalisme d'Edward Wadie Said, un intellectuel américano-palestinien né à Jérusalem et professeur à l'université Columbia de New York, a été publié aux États-Unis en 1978 et traduit puis paru en France en 1980 avec un sous-titre, L’Orient créé par l'Occident, aux ...

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Source: HAL

Documented reading and textometric analysis of Jules Verne's writings : influences of Freemasonry in his work

Parada-Ramirez, Jose Gregorio (27 jun. 2013)

In this work, a first volume includes a linguistic component involving a textometric analysis of Jules Verne's writings that provides an overview of his work from a statistical perspective; this analysis has allowed us to enhance our vision of his discourse. Taking advantage of new possibilities ...

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Metaphysics and politics challenged by nihilism

Laborie, Karine, (7 nov. 2011)

This thesis does not present a supplementary approach about the death of God and its effects but a study of nihilism, a disqualified way of thought, which could renew a diagnosis on the crisis of modernity. Nihilsm becomes really a threat as soon as scepticism takes shape in Ancient Greece. It is ...

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Source: HAL

ASSOCIATIVE FIELDS OF PROPER NAMES AND MECHANISMS OF THE TEXTUAL COMPREHENSION

Shokhenmayer, Evgeny (28 apr. 2009)

The studies of Proper Names start to be very fruitful. The present work allows an illuminating insight into some of the major issues at stake in contemporary proprial semantics. In fact, one of the main implicit presuppositions underlying onomastics is a certain vacuity, or, quite the contrary, ...

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