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Llewelyn Powys
Que les noix brunissent

Quinze brefs épisodes où alternent descriptions de la faune, de la flore et des paysages du Somerset, dans une langue à la fois poétique et érudite.



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Auteurs divers
Études anglaises - N°4/2016



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Hélène Greven
Margaret Atwood - The Handmaid's Tale


The Handmaid's Tale (1985), by Canadian writer Margaret Atwood, revisits the Anglo-American utopian/dystopian tradition. Appealing to imaginative fiction and the novel of ideas, the construction of perfect — or nightmarish — worlds rouses...



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François Laroque, Yves Peyré
William Shakespeare - Venus and Adonis


Of the many mythological verse narratives that were inspired by Ovid in the English Renaissance, Shakespeare's Venus and Adonis (1593) is one of the most important. Through close readings of the text, these essays explore the complexities of the...



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Cornelius Crowley
Henry James - The Portrait of a Lady


The first paragraph of James's The Portrait of a Lady instructs us that what follows is a « simple history ». The aim of the present study is to persuade the reader to accept the narrator's proposition. For James, the art of fiction is the...



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Georges-Michel Sarotte
Arthur Miller - Death of a Salesman


Death of a Salesman has been called the « quintessential American play », and Arthur Miller remains above all the creator of Willy Loman and his tormented family. Half a century after its epochal première on Broadway the play is...



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Pierre Iselin, François Laroque, Jean-Marie Maguin
William Shakespeare - As You Like It


Shakespeare's dramatic pastoral raises problems of its own, as the extreme artifice of its construction and style may rebuff a modern audience. Defined as a conversation play, As You Like It is also a motley play which insistently elaborates a...



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Bernadette Rigal-Cellard
N. Scott Momaday - House Made of Dawn


House Made of Dawn focuses on the life of Abel, a young Pueblo mixed-blood who has problems readapting to his culture after he returns from the war, kills a man, is sentenced to prison and is relocated in Los Angeles. Beyond the grimness of what could...



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Jean-Paul Pichardie
Katherine Mansfield - Selected Stories


Despite the recent increase in interest and important studies devoted to Katherine Mansfield, her short stories have not yet been given the recognition they deserve. In a limited way the present study aims at contributing to fill in a gap in the...



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Monica Michlin
Jean Toomer - Cane


Cane is a difficult book in many ways : it is apparently sui generis, a collage of various genres, from prose to theater ; it is one of the first books to have been written by a black author in the twentieth century and it roots the notion...



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