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Jane Barker et la Trilogie de Galesia : commentaire, annotation et traduction d'une trilogie jacobite

Lacroix, Constance (15 march')"/> 2013)

This work is intended to make a French audience better acquainted with the work of the little-known Jacobite writer Jane Barker through a translation and study of her threefold novelistic attempt, viz The Amours of Bosvil and Galesia, also known as Love Intrigues, A Patch-Work Screen for the Ladies ...

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Jane Barker et la Trilogie de Galesia : commentaire, annotation et traduction d'une trilogie jacobite

Lacroix, Constance (15 march')"/> 2013)

Ce travail a pour fin de mieux faire connaître l’oeuvre de la polygraphe jacobite Jane Barker en France, en offrant une première traduction littéraire ainsi qu’un commentaire d’un cycle de trois récits romanesques : The Amours of Bosvil and Galesia — également connu sous le titre de ...

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Source: HAL

Pratolino: The Garden as Representation of Nature in Italy, 1550-1600

Brunon, Hervé (12 march')"/> 2001)

Edition revue et corrigée, avec une postface bibliographique (2008) The present work considers the Italian garden during the second half of the sixteenth century as a foil for the relationship between humankind and nature and as an expression of cultural and social representations. The central ...

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Source: HAL

Escaping from Babel : a Republic of Languages in search of a "Universal Language" in the Early Modern Age ?

Simon, Fabien Dimitri (2 dec. 2011)

During the Early Modern Age, Europe was the field of a protean quest for the universal language (researches on Adam's language were carried out, encyclopedias of all the idioms spoken on earth were written, languages were created ex nihilo...). In order to understand the social conditions presiding ...

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Source: HAL

The litterary criticism of Alfred Jarry in La Revue blanche

Gosztola, Matthieu (12 oct. 2012)

Jarry seems to have completely abandoned the learned syntaxic and lexical complications which characterized his first texts when he worked as a literary critic in la revue blanche. in fact, the author of messaline keeps exerting, but in an extremely underlying way, a kind of obscurity. that ...

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L'Occident d'Élisée Reclus : l'invention de l'Europe dans la Nouvelle Géographie Universelle (1876-1894)

Federico, Ferretti (14 feb. 2011)

This dissertation deals with the Nouvelle Géographie Universelle by Élisée Reclus (1830-1905). Its scientific problem is at the same time to analyse, with the aid of the postcolonial and deconstructionist literature, a geographical encyclopaedia dealing with the relationship between Europe and ...

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Source: HAL

Éditer le chantier documentaire de Bouvard et Pécuchet. Explorations critiques et premières réalisations numériques

Palermo Di Stefano, Rosa Maria et al. (2010)

L'idée d'une interface multilingue, que les auteurs illustrent dans ce volume, est venue enrichir le projet initial et une bourse a été décernée par le Ministère des Affaires étrangères et européennes (France) et le Ministero dell'Istruzione, dell'Università e della Ricerca (Italie) au ...

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What does the pratice do with the spectator? A survey in Art houses of the French Region Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur.

Bourgatte, Michael (3 dec. 2008)

Throughout a communicational and a sociological approach, this research work offers to consider the practice of Art cinema as a dynamic process that brings different individuals into contact with one another as well as with the movies. It is based on two research surveys aimed at the audiences of ...

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Sensemaking and governance in network organizations

Jebbour, Benaissa (17 apr. 2012)

The object of this thesis is to understand the governability of various modes of organization (as network), within institutions by a hypothetical model of governance, and through which we shall try to give the sense of the organized action in the framework of both hermeneutic circularity and the ...

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