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Chien D'or/The Golden Dog
Author: William Kirby, Mary Jane Edwards
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 077354030X
Pages: 1152
Year: 2012-03-23
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A beloved literary artefact, presented for the first time as the author intended.
Belleville, 1814-1914
Author: Robert C. Fietsam, Judy Belleville, Jack Le Chien, Robert L. Arndt
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 0738533335
Pages: 127
Year: 2004
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By legislative decree, the planned community of Belleville began in 1814 as the new county seat on the site of George Blair's farm, in proximity to no major crossroads or rivers. This book chronicles Belleville's remarkable--if not phenomenal--rise to become the "Capitol of Southern Illinois," a feat celebrated to no small degree by proud residents on the occasion of Belleville's centennial celebration. Much of what contributed to Belleville's 19th-century rise to prominence in politics and its economic growth in agribusiness, mining, banking, manufacturing, and retail sectors are illustrated here. This collection of photographs shows some of the many reasons why modern-day Bellevillian's retain pride in the city's history and continue their efforts to preserve it.
Malice, the abandoned dog/Malice, le chien abandonné
Author: Jasmin Heymelaux
Publisher: Primento
ISBN: 2511036525
Pages: 29
Year: 2015-04-23
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Age: from 8 years old Reading Level: from 3rd Grade Thanks to these short bilingual stories, children will learn to master both French and English. In the heart of night, as he was thinking he was going to die there, Malice the dog saw some lights flickering towards him. They drew quite near and the voice of a dog was heard in the dark : - Captain ! A comrade ! Here ! The beam of a powerful lamp came to land on Malice’s nose and a dog, clad in a combat uniform with three stars on his chest addressed him... A sudden shiver ran through Malice... What was going to happen to him ? About the series: children growing in a bilingual environment will love the short and educational stories published by the Éditions Ipagine. Richly illustrated, these tales will help them understand the similarities and the differences between French and English. Featured books: • Night Belle/Belle de Nuit • Blue-eyed Herbie/Herbie aux yeux bleus • The awful mystery/Le terrible mystère • Luna, the black panther/Luna, la panthère noire • Mataf and the wolves/Mataf et les loups • Wally, the walrus/Morso, le morse • Elin & Apollo/Nigel & Apollon • Odile and the pelican/Odile et le pélican
LE CHIEN DE TRAIT, jadis et aujourd'hui.
Author: Guillaume de Lavigne
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1291611320
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Lucky Lady and Le Chien
Author: Jean-Marc Dalpé
ISBN: 0887549179
Pages: 128
Year: 2013
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Two plays from one of Quebec's most beloved and honored playwrights, including 1988 Governor General's Literay Award winner Le Chien.
Le Chien Jaune ... Edited by Eve Katz, Donald R. Hall
Author: Georges Simenon, Donald R. HALL, Eve KATZ
Pages: 204
Year: 1967
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La Princesse du Soleil et le Chien Qui Pue (un livre d'images pour les Enfants)
Author: Paul Ramage
Publisher: Oak Press, LLC
ISBN: 1938127145
Year: 2012-01-10
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Utilisant des illustrations gaies et aux couleurs vives, La Princesse Du Soleil et le Chien Qui Pue raconte l'histoire d'une adorable princesse et de son chien ... un chien qui pue et qui a vraiment besoin d'un bain. Seulement, le Chien Qui Pue ne veut pas prendre un bain, alors la Princesse Du Soleil doit se mettre a sa recherche afin d'essayer de le retrouver dans toutes ses meilleures cachettes. Les enfants seront impatients de savoir si elle parviendra a le retrouver avant qu'elle ne devienne triste et que le ciel ne devienne gris ; et ils raffoleront de la fin douce et drole de l'histoire.Ce livre d'images est ideal pour les enfants d'age prescolaire qui commencent a apprendre a lire, ainsi que pour les enfants en debut de primaire qui commencent a maitriser des nouveaux mots de vocabulaire. L'histoire drole et attachante encourage a la lecture, a resoudre les problemes, et permet d'apprendre a bien s'entendre avec ses amis.
Dali, Dali!
Author: Francoise Lechien
Year: 2004
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Lettre À Didier Lechien
Author: Charles Montécot
ISBN: 132093370X
Year: 2015-02-18
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chien andalou, Un
Author: Adamowicz Elza
Publisher: I.B.Tauris
ISBN: 085771127X
Pages: 128
Year: 2010-01-30
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In 1929 Dalí and Buñuel produced a seventeen-minute film, Un chien andalou. On its first screening, Georges Bataille referred to it as 'that extraordinary film' penetrating so deeply into horror', while Federico García Lorca described it as 'a tiny little shit of a film'. Produced from a script said to be based on two dream images - a woman's eye slit by a razor, ants emerging from a hole in a man's hand - the film shocked audiences. It continues to fascinate, provoke, attract and alienate its viewers. Its eye-slitting sequence and use of dream-like images have influenced filmmakers from Alfred_x000D_ Hitchcock to David Lynch._x000D_ _x000D_ Elza Adamowicz's lucid critical guide to this most enigmatic of works offers new approaches to the film, exploring how it can be seen both within and beyond the confines of Surrealism and reviewing its openness to so many readings and interpretations. She reassesses Dalí and Buñuel's account of the film as a model surrealist work and its reception by the surrealist group. She situates the film within the social and cultural contexts of the 1920s,_x000D_ including those of melodramatic film, Spanish culture, surrealist iconography and gender construction. She assesses the film's resistance to a single interpretation and explores the role of the viewer (detective or dreamer?)._x000D_
Frenchtown Chronicles of Prairie du Chien
Author: Mary Elise Antoine, Lucy Eldersveld Murphy
Publisher: Wisconsin Historical Society
ISBN: 0870207601
Pages: 171
Year: 2016-09-23
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Albert Coryer, the grandson of a fur trade voyageur-turned-farmer, had a gift for storytelling. Born in 1877, he grew up in Prairie du Chien hearing tales of days gone by from his parents, grandparents, and neighbors who lived in the Frenchtown area. Throughout his life, Albert soaked up the local oral traditions, including narratives about early residents, local landmarks, interesting and funny events, ethnic customs, myths, and folklore. Late in life, this lively man who had worked as a farm laborer and janitor drew a detailed illustrated map of the Prairie du Chien area and began to write his stories out longhand, in addition to sharing them in an interview with a local historian and folklore scholar. The map, stories, and interview transcript provide a colorful account of Prairie du Chien in the late nineteenth century, when it was undergoing significant demographic, social, and economic change. With sharp historical context provided by editors Lucy Eldersveld Murphy and Mary Elise Antoine, Coryer’s tales offer an unparalleled window into the ethnic community comprised of the old fur trade families, Native Americans, French Canadian farmers, and their descendants.
Le Chien
Author: Charles Dubourdieu
Pages: 207
Year: 1856
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The Shawl and Prairie Du Chien
Author: David Mamet
Publisher: Grove Press
ISBN: 0802151728
Pages: 96
Year: 1994-01
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A small-time mystic trying to bilk a bereaved woman of her inheritance and a card game on a violent train ride are the bases for two new plays by the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright
Le chien
Author: Eugène Gayot
Pages: 546
Year: 1867
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Le chien d'Arthur
Author: Ginette Anfousse
Publisher: Éditions La courte échelle
ISBN: 289021186X
Pages: 64
Year: 2002-05-01
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La première semaine de Dimanche, un "merveilleux" bébé chien-saucisse dans la vie d'Arthur et ... dans celle de son père. [SDM].