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Dissection Sentimentale
Author: William DESNOS
ISBN: 1980892865
Pages: 64
Year: 2018-04-21
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le récit d'une vie rythmée par l'échec scolaire, professionnel et sentimentale, ponctuée par la perte de ses proches.
Valses nobles et sentimentales
Author: Maurice Ravel, Maurice Hinson
Publisher: Alfred Music
ISBN: 145740656X
Pages: 40
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Composed by Maurice Ravel in 1911, this set of eight waltzes was inspired conceptually by 19th century waltzes by Franz Schubert and Johann Strauss. The work beautifully reflects Ravel's daring early 20th-century style. It's subtle harmonies caused Debussy to comment, "It is the product of the finest ear that ever existed." This teaching/performance-oriented edition by Maurice Hinson includes suggested fingerings, performance advice, and discussions about tempo, pedaling and dynamics.
Cousin, Jouffroy, Damiron
Author: Paul François Dubois, Adolphe Lair
Pages: 242
Year: 1902
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La Société nouvelle
Year: 1908
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Société nouvelle
Year: 1908
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The Orient of Style
Author: Beryl Schlossman
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 0822310945
Pages: 294
Year: 1991
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In this study of modernist aesthetics, Beryl Schlossman reveals how for such writers as Marcel Proust, Gustave Flaubert, and Charles Baudelaire, the Orient came to symbolize the highest aspirations of literary representation. She demonstrates that through allegory, modernism became a style itself, a style that married the ancient and the modern and that emerged as both a cause and an effect, both an ideal construct and an textual materiality, all symbolized by the Orient—land of style, place of plurality, and site of the coexistence of holy lands. Toward the end of Remembrance of Things Past, the narrator describes the act of creating a work of art as a conversion of sensation into a spiritual equivalent. By means of such allegories of “conversion,” Schlossman shows, the modernist artist disappeared within the work of art and left behind the trace of his sublime vocation, a vocation in which he was transformed, in Schlossman’s words, “into a kind of priest kneeling at the altar of beauty before the masked divinity of representation.” The author shows how allegory—the representation of the symbolic as something real—was adapted by modernist writers to reflect subjectivity while masking an authorial origin. She reveals how modernist allegory arose, as Walter Benjamin suggests, at the crossroads of history, sociology, economics, urban architecture, and art—providing a kind of map of capitalism—and was produced through the eyes of a melancholic gazing at a “monument of absence.”
The Sentimental Adventure
Author: Peter Cortland
Publisher: Hague ; Paris : Mouton & Company
Pages: 204
Year: 1967
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Phantom Formations
Author: Marc Redfield
Publisher: Cornell University Press
ISBN: 1501723170
Pages: 240
Year: 2018-03-15
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Marc Redfield maintains that the literary genre of the Bildungsroman brings into sharp focus the contradictions of aesthetics, and also that aesthetics exemplifies what is called ideology. He combines a wide-ranging account of the history and theory of aesthetics with close readings of novels by Goethe, George Eliot, and Gustave Flaubert. For Redfield, these fictions of character formation demonstrate the paradoxical relation between aesthetics and literature: the notion of the Bildungsroman may be expanded to apply to any text that can be figured as a subject producing itself in history, which is to say any text whatsoever. At the same time, the category may be contracted to include only a handful of novels, (or even none at all), a paradox that has led critics to denigrate the Bildungsroman as a phantom genre.
La Revue bibliographique
Year: 1920
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Naturalist Fiction
Author: David Baguley
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521373808
Pages: 287
Year: 1990-02-23
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In Naturalist Fiction, the first major study of naturalist fiction as a distinct literary genre, Professor Baguley focuses mainly on French naturalist literature, analysing a number of key works in detail, as well as drawing on examples from other national traditions, particularly from the English novel.
Flaubert's First Novel
Author: Alan Raitt
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 3039119869
Pages: 134
Year: 2010
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"L'Education sentimentale," begun in 1843 and finished after two substantial interruptions in 1845, was Flaubert's first attempt at a full-scale novel. Though overshadowed by the 1869 novel of the same title, it is a crucially important text in Flaubert's literary development. Alan Raitt provides a controversial new reading of the book's genesis and development, and addresses many of the misapprehensions that have grown up around this pivotal work."
Histoires à dormir sans vous
Author: Jacques Sternberg
Publisher: Editions Denoël
Pages: 300
Year: 1990
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Dans un recueil de 80 histoires courtes, Sternberg aborde, en toute impudique tendresse, son seul sujet de consolation: la femme.
Jules Lemaître et le Théâtre
Author: Germaine Durrière
Pages: 320
Year: 1934
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Revue des lectures
Year: 1920
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