Pas Son Genre

Autor: Philippe Vilain
Publisher: Grasset
ISBN: 2246785200
File Size: 72,92 MB
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"Un jeune professeur de philosophie, d'origine parisienne, est affecté dans une ville du nord de la France. Déçu de cette affectation, nostalgique de sa vie dans la capitale, les premiers temps sont une épreuve. Il rencontre Jennifer, une coiffeuse, qui devient son amante. Tout les oppose : l'appartenance sociale et les ambitions, le langage et les goûts... Est-il possible pour un professeur d'aimer une coiffeuse ? Ce roman propose une réflexion sur le choix amoureux, le racisme des sentiments, l'absurde de l'amour qui, parfois, nous fait choisir des partenaires qui ne sont pas notre genre." P. V.

Cengage Advantage Books Mais Oui

Autor: Chantal Thompson
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1111835837
File Size: 56,40 MB
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MAIS OUI!’s success was founded on its unique guided approach that engages students in the discovery of the French language and Francophone cultures. Through its proven methodology that entails thinking then observing and inferring and finally confirming, the program skillfully encourages students to discover for themselves how the language works. Students move rapidly through the material, developing these essential critical-thinking skills and uncovering the multiple layers of meaning. What they acquire in this manner is stored in long-term memory, facilitating a faster development of proficiency. The fifth edition offers seven new high-interest readings based on careful consideration of reviewer feedback. A new Culture Portfolio section, Bloguez! is integrated into every culture section of the textbook. The online Culture Portfolio is hosted via the iLrn Heinle Learning center through the Share It! feature and allows students to interact with their classmates, post pictures, videos, and make cross-cultural comparisons. By the use of familiar online or offline tools, students are encouraged to communicate between each others, leveraging the technical and cultural inputs they acquire through each chapter. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Mais Oui

Autor: Chantal Thompson
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1111352038
File Size: 78,56 MB
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MAIS OUI!’s success was founded on its unique guided approach that engages students in the discovery of the French language and Francophone cultures. Through its proven methodology that entails thinking then observing and inferring and finally confirming, the program skillfully encourages students to discover for themselves how the language works. Students move rapidly through the material, developing these essential critical-thinking skills and uncovering the multiple layers of meaning. What they acquire in this manner is stored in long-term memory, facilitating a faster development of proficiency. The fifth edition offers seven new high-interest readings based on careful consideration of reviewer feedback. A new Culture Portfolio section, Bloguez! is integrated into every culture section of the textbook. The online Culture Portfolio is hosted via the iLrn Heinle Learning center through the Share It! feature and allows students to interact with their classmates, post pictures, videos, and make cross-cultural comparisons. By the use of familiar online or offline tools, students are encouraged to communicate between each others, leveraging the technical and cultural inputs they acquire through each chapter. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Rewriting Rewriting

Autor: Cathy Jellenik
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9780820495255
File Size: 53,92 MB
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Although the storytelling of any time rewrites itself, rewriting became a primary concern in the literature of the twentieth century, an era characterized as having quoted, reenacted, cannibalized, revised, redone, refurbished, and outright plagiarized the texts of earlier times. The modern obsession with literary reiteration manifests itself in a rather unique way in the narratives of Marguerite Duras, Annie Ernaux, and Marie Redonnet. These authors systematically and repeatedly rewrite their own texts, and in so doing, give evidence of three of the more salient aspects of twentieth-century French literature: a trend toward the representation of multifaceted selves, a desire to reevaluate the literary paradigm, and an acute concern for the unreliability of language. This book argues that the rewriting performed by Duras, Ernaux, and Redonnet moves beyond the tacit rewriting that occurs in any text toward a renovation of various features of the literary arena within which they circulate. Cathy Jellenik argues that all writing contains rewriting – an argument grounded in the theoretical apparatuses of Saussure, Bakhtin, Benveniste, Barthes, Kristeva, and Derrida. She then examines and interrogates the ways in which Duras, Ernaux, and Redonnet use rewriting to question and rethink the literary traditions they inherit. Jellenik suggests that the rewriting projects of Duras, Ernaux, and Redonnet promise to lead them, and their readers, toward the creation of a new literary aesthetic capable of responding to the questions of our times.

All The French You Use Without Knowing It

Autor: Saul H. Rosenthal
Publisher: Saul Rosenthal
ISBN: 1604945052
File Size: 32,99 MB
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This book isn't anything you have to memorize. As Catherine Ostrower, who teaches French at Wesleyan and was proofreading the book, wrote to the author: "THIS BOOK IS JUST SO MUCH FUN TO READ!" It gives you the fascinating stories of English words that came from French, often words you would never have dreamt were French (like important, relay, stereotype, surrender, stranger, similar, and delicious). It tells you how these words evolved, how they arrived in English, and how they changed once in English. Think of these fascinating stories as a little treat for when you just feel like reading something interesting.

Jean Michel Willmotte

Autor: François Lamarre
Publisher: Le Moniteur Editions
ISBN:
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Jean-Michel Wilmotte, architecte, urbaniste et designer, a ouvert son bureau d'études en 1975. Aujourd'hui, à la tête d'une équipe de 140 personnes constituée de 25 nationalités, il réalise des projets à travers le monde dans une vingtaine de pays. Les activités de l'agence s'étendent du design industriel à l'architecture, de la greffe contemporaine à l'urbanisme. En 2005, il crée la Fondation d'entreprise Wilmotte pour aider à l'émergence de nouveaux talents en architecture. Le présent ouvrage offre une sélection de 20 bâtiments réalisés, livrés à un usage exigeant, démontrant leur pertinence et leur pérennité : en France : l'Espace Hennessy à Cognac ; l'Hôtel du département de la Haute-Loire et l'hôtel-Dieu au Puy-en-Velay ; le Palais des congrès de Bordeaux ; les groupes scolaires Louise-Michel (Val-de-Reuil) et Robert-Doisneau (Issy-les-Moulineaux) et le collège Henri-Bergson à Garches ; La Tour du Ruou à Flayosc ; le musée du Président-Jacques-Chirac à Sarran ; un immeuble de bureaux quai d'Austerlitz à Paris ; le bâtiment des Douanes à Lyon-Confluence et la médiathèque André-Malraux à Béziers ; à l'étranger : trois galeries d'art, la Résidence Pangyo et deux maisons particulières à Séoul (Corée du Sud) ; l'Hôtel Novotel Monte-Carlo et la résidence hôtelière à Monaco, ainsi que la galerie d'art UCCA à Pékin (Chine). En fin d'ouvrage, 59 autres " architectures à l'ceuvre" sont brièvement présentées, toutes réalisées ou en cours de construction.