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Les différences culturelles

Cette semaine, on a commencé la deuxième partie du roman. Dans le premier chapitre, le thème principal est les différences culturelles entre Samba et les français. 205 more words

French Literature

Gretchen Schultz, Sapphic Fathers: Discourses of Same-Sex Desire from Nineteenth-Century France - TLS

“For Lesbos chose me above any on earth to sing the secret of its flowering maidens”. Baudelaire’s claim of anointment was just one of many hints and explanations – often self-contradicting – given by male, nineteenth century French writers as to why they placed lesbianism so prominently in their work. 927 more words


Book review: The Lady Agnès Mystery vol 1 - I love France #169

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The Lady Agnès Mystery vol 1:
Book 1. The Season of the Beast
Book 2. The Breath of the Rose

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Georges Bataille

Georges Bataille (10 September 1897 – 9 July 1962) was a French intellectual and writer working in literature, philosophy, and the history of art. His writings included novels, essays and poetry. 463 more words

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New Critical Perspectives on Franco-Irish Relations published

This collection of critical essays proposes new and original readings of the relationship between French and Irish literature and culture. It seeks to re-evaluate, deconstruct and question artistic productions and cultural phenomena while pointing to the potential for comparative analysis between the two countries. 168 more words

Irish Studies

Chapitre 9

Dans ce chapitre, Samba rencontre le lien avec le travail et la religion. Samba a une conversation avec son père, le Chevalier, sur le travail. Ils discutent s’il est possible de travailler et prier en mêmes temps. 157 more words

French Literature

Book Review: Honeymoon by Patrick Modiano

It is perhaps a sad testimony to how parochial my reading has become.  There was once a time where I knew almost every Nobel Prize for Literature winner–would have yearly bets with colleagues and follow the London odds makers’ short lists.   571 more words