Balzac Et La Construction De L’Iidentité Individuelle: Jeux D’Entente Et De Concurrence Entre L’État Civil Et La Comédie Humaine (Book Review), Juliana Starr
Foreign Languages Faculty Publications
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André Gide Ou L'Ecriture Bifide, 2022 Faculté des Lettres et des Sciences Humaines, Agadir, Maroc
André Gide Ou L'Ecriture Bifide, Abdelkhaleq Jayed
Andre Gide or Bifid Writing
This study on the relationship between space and writing in Gide aims to show that this category of experience, quite often considered in its apparent stasis as sterile and less relevant, and having suffered unfairly, in the innumerable works that have been done on the work and life of Gide, of a certain marginalization, fulfills and fully accomplishes its role of revealing the great themes deeply and firmly anchored in the psyche of the writer.
Analyse De «Ben» Dans Le Dlscours De Migrants Arabophones Travaillant En France), 2022 Faculté des Lettres et des Sciences Humaines, Agadir, Maroc
Analyse De «Ben» Dans Le Dlscours De Migrants Arabophones Travaillant En France), Hassan Boujghagh
Analysis of "BEN" in the Story of Arabic -Speaking Migrants Working in France
We propose here to examine in the discourse of a group of Arabic-speaking migrants (working in the North of France for about twenty years), the functioning of one of the markers that the speaker has the possibility of inserting in an utterance where, often for reasons of difficulty of formulation but also for different reasons, the spoken chain has been interrupted. Almost all of these phenomena are part of a group of elements called “conversation structuring markers” by Roulet et al. (1985), “discourse support” by F. Deloffore …
La Competence De Communication : Une Mise Au Point, 2022 Faculté des Lettres et des Sciences Humaines, Agadir, Maroc
La Competence De Communication : Une Mise Au Point, Abderrahmane Amsidder
Communication Skills: a Focus
The purpose of this contribution is to provide a brief summary of communication skills. However, it should be noted that our objective is not at all to question the legitimacy of this notion, but above all to see to what extent the theoretical products that the linguistic proposed for didactics are applicable to the field of teaching language/learning.
De La Morpholologie En Grammaire Fonctionnelle, 2022 كلية الآداب والعلوم الإنسانية، أكادير، المغرب
De La Morpholologie En Grammaire Fonctionnelle, Abdelfattah Nacer Idrissi
Morphology in Functional Grammar
It is commonly accepted that in any natural language, the word comes under two classes: the basic word and the derived word. The relationship established between these two types of words is a derivation relationship insofar as the derived word has as input the basic word.
Our objective in the present work is to give an account of the place of morphology (whether it is derivational or inflectional) in Functional Grammar (GF, henceforth). To do this, we will be leads to answering the following questions:
(i) How is word structure represented in grammar?
(ii) What is …
Collation Model For Ms. Codex 986: [Distribution Of Property]., 2022 University of Pennsylvania
Collation Model For Ms. Codex 986: [Distribution Of Property]., Dot Porter
Records of property distributed by Jean Bayard between 1586 and 1592, with Bayard's signature at beginning and end. The first entry was written and signed in the house of Claude de Gaudet in St. Geoyre, near Grenoble.
Impossible Possible Machines, 2022 University of California Santa Barbara
Impossible Possible Machines, Christina Vagt
Arguing against the current paradigm of computationalism, the article revisits Alexandre Koyré’s history of European techno-rationality and 17th-century figures like Descartes and Galileo. Here, one finds the machine emerging at precisely the time and place in history where the gap between mathematical-geometrical idealization and the reality of bodies and experiments first appeared. Historically, the machine is rooted in theatrical mechanics of simulation, illusion, fiction, and deception. Structurally, it appears in between subject and object, the ‘thinking’ and the ‘mechanical’ substances. With the machine, mathematical science becomes possible because it creates an outside or model to the theoretical inside of European …
La Circassienne: A Study Of The Female Circus Artist In French Literature, 2022 University of Massachusetts Amherst
La Circassienne: A Study Of The Female Circus Artist In French Literature, Crystal Menninga
This study examines how the female circus artist is represented in twelve pieces of French literature ranging from the late nineteenth century to the modern day. The books are divided into three categories by author type: first, authors without a circus background; second, male authors involved in the circus world; and third, women involved in the circus world. Although predicted that the first section would reveal the largest use of stereotypes and misogyny, the second would show the sexist expectations of the circassienne onstage and off, and the third would call out these stereotypes and suggest improvements, there was less …
Le Lion De Mer Et La Fourmi, 2022 King's University College
Le Lion De Mer Et La Fourmi, Marie Pascal
L'histoire d'une famille atypique qui vit un événement traumatique sur un littoral.
‘Pavilions Of Dreaming’: Bodies As Structures In Kay Sage’S Demain, Monsieur Silber, 2022 William & Mary
‘Pavilions Of Dreaming’: Bodies As Structures In Kay Sage’S Demain, Monsieur Silber, Katharine Conley
Arts & Sciences Articles
Born Katherine Linn Sage near Albany, New York, in 1898, Kay Sage is best known for her “architectonic” landscapes, described as her “private cloudland” in Time magazine. Less well known are her four volumes of poetry published between 1957 and 1962, three in French, one in English. Although her paintings are devoid of living beings, with one notable exception, they are populated with structures and structural elements, which, in her poems, stand in for herself, for her own body, as a supplement to her painted work. Her friend James Thrall Soby described the abstracted structures in her paintings as “pavilions …
Humoring The Third Republic: Le Rire In French Politics And Popular Culture, 1894–1918, 2022 The Graduate Center, City University of New York
Humoring The Third Republic: Le Rire In French Politics And Popular Culture, 1894–1918, Andrew C. Kotick
Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
This dissertation studies the illustrated satirical periodical Le Rire in its historical context between its debut during the Dreyfus Affair and the conclusion of World War I. Adopting a multivalent approach to the historical study of graphic humor, it argues that Le Rire constitutes a significant corpus of evidence for understanding the political, commercial, social, and cultural novelties of its time, and maintained an ambivalent relationship with the young institutions and functionaries of the French Third Republic. As France’s leading satirical periodical, Le Rire served as a powerful medium for broadcasting nascent and extreme ideas to a mass reading public …
Heritage Repair: Revisiting Familial And Collective Histories In Filiation Narratives By Dalila Kerchouche, Colombe Schneck And Martine Storti, 2022 The Graduate Center, City University of New York
Heritage Repair: Revisiting Familial And Collective Histories In Filiation Narratives By Dalila Kerchouche, Colombe Schneck And Martine Storti, Rebecca R. Raitses
Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
This thesis offers a critical reading of three French narratives: Dalila Kerchouche’s Mon père, ce harki (2003), Colombe Schneck’s Les guerres de mon père (2018), and Martine Storti’s L’arrivée de mon père en France (2008). These works combine representations of familial history with the explorations of personal and collective traumas or repression. The study addresses the following dimensions of the texts: 1) The catalyst of intergenerational silence behind these and many other similar works; 2) The textual interplay between storytelling and material evidence; 3) The ways in which the authors combine narratives of familial hardships on one hand, and of …
Outlaws And Traitors: Justifying Rebellion In The Old French Epic Of Revolt, 2022 University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Outlaws And Traitors: Justifying Rebellion In The Old French Epic Of Revolt, Klayton Tietjen
The plot of many chansons de geste hinges on acts that would have been considered treasonable by medieval legal custom. Yet despite conspicuously treasonous behavior, rebel characters remain the heroes of the tales. Coming to an understanding of the esoteric way that medieval poets and their audiences would have perceived the difference between rebel characters and traitor characters is the pursuit of this study. Through an investigation of the narrative logic and poetic details of epic poems like Girart de Vienne and other chansons de geste, the divergence between treachery and rebellion can be shown to reside in narrative …
Defining Black Masculinities: Intersectional Analyses Of Gender, Race And Sexuality In Caribbean And Latin American Literature, 1955 To Present, 2022 University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Defining Black Masculinities: Intersectional Analyses Of Gender, Race And Sexuality In Caribbean And Latin American Literature, 1955 To Present, Jerry Eugene Scruggs Jr.
The objective of my dissertation is to define and construct parameters for analyzing the Afro-descendant male experience in four specific texts: Mi compadre el General Sol [General Sun, My Brother] (1955), Adire y el tiempo roto [Adire and Broken Time] (1967), Sortilégio II: mistério negro de Zumbi redivivo [Sorcery 2: Black Mystery of Resurrected Zumbí] (1979), and Negro: Este color que me queda bonito [Black: This Color Looks Good on Me] (2013). Black masculinities are distinct and this study sets five parameters: 1) Sexual Prowess, 2) Contentious relationship with the White woman, 3) Violence and Toxic Masculinity, 4) Emotive Numbness, …
Collation Model For Ms. Codex 662: [L'Evangile De L'Enfance] ...[Etc.]., 2022 University of Pennsylvania
Collation Model For Ms. Codex 662: [L'Evangile De L'Enfance] ...[Etc.]., Dot Porter
Verse work relating apocryphal stories of the childhood of Jesus Christ, attributed to King Charles VI as translator; followed by the Gospel of Nicodemus, an apocryphal prose work on the Passion; and selections from Jean Lefèvre's translation of Cato's distichs (as identified by Anne D. Hedeman).
The Intersections Of Migration And Identity In Young Adult Literature Of The French-Speaking World, 2022 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
The Intersections Of Migration And Identity In Young Adult Literature Of The French-Speaking World, Kaitlyn Waller
Theses, Dissertations, Student Research: Modern Languages and Literatures
Both young adult literature and novels of migration frequently deal with the construction of identity, from coming-of-age stories to narratives of intercultural exploration and hybridization. Young adult narratives of migration, then, represent a fascinating intersection of two literary traditions for the exploration of questions of identity. However, young adult literature and its varied subgenres are often overlooked among the broader critical scholarship of migration narratives. Indeed, the genre is often critiqued as too simplistic or pedagogical to truly merit consideration among adult readers and academics. Through an in-depth analysis of nine novels, however, I explore questions of identity development in …
The Levant: France’S Colonial Crucible, 2022 Ursinus College
The Levant: France’S Colonial Crucible, Michael Adelson
French Summer Fellows
In the medieval era of religious and political tumult that culminated with the Crusades, (mostly) Roman Catholic Western European citizens from all walks of life committed themselves to conquer Jerusalem and wrest control of historically Christian lands from the Muslim polities that claimed the region. The historical Kingdom of France was a major contributor to the Crusades, and as such, the feudal realms established in the Levant in the wake of the First Crusade were dominated by former French crusaders and citizenry. The geographic boundaries and demography of these Crusader States are reminiscent of French hegemony in the Middle East …
Reading Contemporary French Literature, 2022 University of Colorado Boulder
Reading Contemporary French Literature, Warren Motte
Zea E-Books Collection
This book focuses upon a dozen French writers who have helped to set the terms for contemporary French literature and its horizon of possibility. Though they have pursued significantly different paths, each one of them is committed to the principle of literary innovation, to making French literature new. They work in full cognizance of literary history and of the tradition that they inherit, even as they reshape that tradition in each of their books. They invite their readers to take a critical stance with regard to those books, and to participate actively in the construction of literary meaning. Both bold …
Lia Brozgal. Absent The Archive. Liverpool Up, 2020., 2022 Columbia University
Lia Brozgal. Absent The Archive. Liverpool Up, 2020., Aubrey Gabel
Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature
Review of Lia Brozgal. Absent the Archive. Liverpool UP, 2020. 368 pp.
Jason Herbeck. Architextual Authenticity: Constructing Literature And Literary Identity In The French Caribbean. Liverpool Up, 2017; 2020., Nathan H. Dize
Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature
Review of Jason Herbeck. Architextual Authenticity: Constructing Literature and Literary Identity in the French Caribbean. Liverpool UP, 2017; 2020. x + 330 pp.