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Les Héros, ça s'trompe jamais - saison 2, épisode 1
Author: Marie Potvin
Publisher: Les Éditions Numeriklivres
ISBN: 2897173939
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Year: 2013-01-03
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Le retour d’Étienne Grondin à Montréal jette un froid dans la petite vie tranquille de nos héros. Étienne, cousin de Max, Philippe et Sylvain, et qui, avant de disparaître pour mener une carrière de cascadeur professionnel, avait financé l’entreprise Grondin inc. de ses cousins il y a dix ans, veut maintenant jouer un rôle dans la gestion de la société, ce que Max et Philippe ne voient pas d’un bon oeil. Lors du mariage de Max Grondin et de Bernise, Érick Fiore rencontre la belle Annie Simard, et la séduit. Celle-ci, qui a tiré un trait définitif sur ses amours avec Max, est tombée sous le charme d’Érick, et se verrait bien sur le même petit nuage que Max et Bernise. Étienne, quant à lui, aimerait retrouver l’amour de sa jeunesse, Jeannette, mais celle-ci, accaparée par son nouveau rôle de mère (elle a adopté Gabriel, le fils de Sylvain Grondin, son ex-mari), semble vouloir éviter toute rencontre. Les destins, les amours des uns et des autres vont à nouveau se croiser, se nouer, se dénouer, pour le plus grand plaisir des lectrices et des lecteurs de Marie Potvin.
Les Héros, ça s'trompe jamais - saison 2, épisode 6
Author: Marie Potvin
Publisher: Les Éditions Numeriklivres
ISBN: 289717398X
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Year: 2013-01-03
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Le retour de Sylvain à Montréal, et parmi sa famille, va obliger Jeannette à prendre une décision concernant Gabriel, puisque son ex-mari ignore que cet enfant n’est autre que le sien. Entre Étienne et Sylvain, la guerre larvée va finir par éclater et les deux hommes vont tenter de régler leurs comptes. Sylvain en sortira-t-il enfin grandi ? Jeannette quant à elle essaye de résister à l’amour qu’elle a toujours pour Étienne, tellement certaine des souffrances que cela pourrait lui apporter si elle se laissait aller à vivre cette aventure. Erick va-t-il enfin laisser ses sentiments pour Annie s’exprimer, et la regarder autrement que comme une femme fragile et dépressive ? Le destin de la famille Grondin et de ceux qui gravitent autour d’elle encore une fois va s’accomplir, balançant entre les larmes et la joie.
Les Héros, ça s'trompe jamais - saison 2, épisode 5
Author: Marie Potvin
Publisher: Les Éditions Numeriklivres
ISBN: 2897173971
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Year: 2013-01-03
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Alors que l’angoisse va s’installer dans le clan Grondin, où chacun craint pour la vie de Sophie, Erick et Annie, unis pour prendre en charge Dorothée, vont peut-être avoir une occasion de se rapprocher. Le projet d’Étienne concernant Sylvain va-t-il réussir ? Sylvain parviendra-t-il à vaincre la peur, son vieux démon, pour convaincre l’ancien coach d’Étienne que cela vaut la peine de miser sur lui ? La sérénité familiale entre Sophie, Philippe, et Dorothée risque bien d’être bousculée par la crise qui secoue Dorothée, cette dernière se sentant reniée par Sophie. Quant à Robert et Julia, sauront-ils transformer les instants torrides qu’ils vont partager en une vraie relation ?
Hatred of Capitalism
Author: Chris Kraus, Sylvère Lotringer
Publisher: Semiotext
ISBN: 1584350121
Pages: 421
Year: 2001
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Jean Baudrillard meets Cookie Mueller in this gathering of French theory and new American fiction.
Realist Vision
Author: Peter Brooks
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300127855
Pages: 272
Year: 2008-10-01
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Realist Vision explores the claim to represent the world “as it is.” Peter Brooks takes a new look at the realist tradition and its intense interest in the visual. Discussing major English and French novels and paintings from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Brooks provides a lively and perceptive view of the realist project. Centering each chapter on a single novel or group of paintings, Brooks examines the “invention” of realism beginning with Balzac and Dickens, its apogee in the work of such as Flaubert, Eliot, and Zola, and its continuing force in James and modernists such as Woolf. He considers also the painting of Courbet, Manet, Caillebotte, Tissot, and Lucian Freud, and such recent phenomena as “photorealism” and “reality TV.”
Futurism
Author: Lawrence Rainey, Christine Poggi, Laura Wittman
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300156596
Pages: 640
Year: 2009-09-29
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In 1909, F.T. Marinetti published his incendiary Futurist Manifesto, proclaiming, “We stand on the last promontory of the centuries!!” and “There, on the earth, the earliest dawn!” Intent on delivering Italy from “its fetid cancer of professors, archaeologists, tour guides, and antiquarians,” the Futurists imagined that art, architecture, literature, and music would function like a machine, transforming the world rather than merely reflecting it. But within a decade, Futurism's utopian ambitions were being wedded to Fascist politics, an alliance that would tragically mar its reputation in the century to follow. Published to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the founding of Futurism, this is the most complete anthology of Futurist manifestos, poems, plays, and images ever to bepublished in English, spanning from 1909 to 1944. Now, amidst another era of unprecedented technological change and cultural crisis, is a pivotal moment to reevaluate Futurism and its haunting legacy for Western civilization.
Empire of Tea
Author: Markman Ellis, Richard Coulton, Matthew Mauger
Publisher: Reaktion Books
ISBN: 1780234643
Pages: 288
Year: 2015-06-15
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Although tea had been known and consumed in China and Japan for centuries, it was only in the seventeenth century that Londoners first began drinking it. Over the next two hundred years, its stimulating properties seduced all of British society, as tea found its way into cottages and castles alike. One of the first truly global commodities, tea has also, today, come to epitomize British culture and identity. This impressively detailed book offers a rich cultural history of tea, from its ancient origins in China to its spread around the world. The authors recount tea’s arrival in London and follow its increasing salability and import via the East India Company throughout the eighteenth century, inaugurating the first regular exchange—both commercial and cultural—between China and Britain. They look at European scientists’ struggles to understand tea’s history and medicinal properties, and they recount the ways its delicate flavor and exotic preparation have enchanted poets and artists. Exploring everything from its everyday use in social settings to the political and economic controversies it has stirred—such as the Boston Tea Party and the First Opium War—they offer a multilayered look at what was ultimately an imperial industry, a collusion—and often clash—between the world’s greatest powers over control of a simple beverage that has become an enduring pastime.
Essayes in Divinity
Author: John Donne, Anthony Raspa
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 0773523006
Pages: 209
Year: 2001
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In this new edition of Donne's Essayes in Divinity Anthony Raspa demonstrates how Donne reconciles the destiny of Christians, who arose out of divine creation, with the turbulent state of the Renaissance world. Raspa argues that the purpose of Donne's work is to explain how Genesis and Exodus capture the essence of existence for a person who must deal with life as both an individual and a member of a community. Completed late in 1614, Essayes, Donne's only theological and philosophical treatise, casts considerable light on his ideas about his own future. Donne entered the Anglican priesthood soon after completing it and Raspa reveals that, particularly because of its treatment of time and destiny, Essayes is crucial to our understanding of the development of Donne's ideas about the turbulent religio-political state of the Renaissance world and how he came to see his own life within it. Raspa contends that Essayes is a peculiarly modern work and that Donne, as a Renaissance humanist, was profoundly shaken by the development of empirical thinking and the seemingly endless political conflicts among Christian denominations. He shows that Donne drew on the entirety of Renaissance humanist learning in an attempt to reconcile the state of contemporary knowledge with the destiny of humanity prophesied in the bible.
Monolingualism and Linguistic Exhibitionism in Fiction
Author: Anjali Pandey
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137340363
Pages: 302
Year: 2016-01-25
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How are linguistic wars for global prominence literarily and linguistically inscribed in literature? This book focuses on the increasing presence of cosmetic multilingualism in prize-winning fiction, making a case for an emerging transparent-turn in which momentary multilingualism works in the service of long-term monolingualism.
Appearance and Sense
Author: Gustav Shpet
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401132925
Pages: 196
Year: 2012-12-06
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Despite, or perhaps better by virtue of, its very brevity, Appearance and Sense is a difficult text to read and understand, particularly if we make the attempt independently of Husserl's Ideas I. This is certainly at least in part owing to the intent behind Shpet's work. On the one hand it strives to present Husserl' s latest views to a Russian philosophical audience not yet conversant with and, in all likelihood, not even aware of, his transcendental idealist turn. With this aim any reading would perforce be exacting. Yet, on the other hand, Shpet has made scant concession to his public. Indeed, his text is even more compressed, especially in the crucial areas dealing with the sense-bestowing feature of consciousness, than Husserl' s own. For all that, Shpet has not bequeathed to us simply an abbreviated paraphrase nor a selective commentary on Ideas I, although at many points it is just that. Rather, the text on the whole is a critical engagement with Husserl' s thought, where Shpet among other things refonnulates or at least presents Husserl's phenomenology from the perspective of hoping to illuminate a traditional philosophical problem in a radical manner. Since Husserl's text was published only in 1913 and Shpet's appeared sometime during 1914, the latter must have been conceived, thought through, and written in remarkable haste. Indeed, Shpet had already finished a first draft and was busy with a revision of it by the end of 1913.
Society Of The Spectacle
Author: Guy Debord
Publisher: Bread and Circuses Publishing
ISBN: 1617508306
Pages: 90
Year: 2012-10-01
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The Das Kapital of the 20th century,Society of the Spectacle is an essential text, and the main theoretical work of the Situationists. Few works of political and cultural theory have been as enduringly provocative. From its publication amid the social upheavals of the 1960's, in particular the May 1968 uprisings in France, up to the present day, with global capitalism seemingly staggering around in it’s Zombie end-phase, the volatile theses of this book have decisively transformed debates on the shape of modernity, capitalism, and everyday life in the late 20th century. This ‘Red and Black’ translation from 1977 is Introduced by Notting Hill armchair insurrectionary Tom Vague with a galloping time line and pop-situ verve, and given a more analytical over view by young upstart thinker Sam Cooper.
Encyclopedia of Nineteenth-Century Photography
Author: John Hannavy
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135873267
Pages: 1736
Year: 2013-12-16
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The Encyclopedia of Nineteenth-Century Photography is the first comprehensive encyclopedia of world photography up to the beginning of the twentieth century. It sets out to be the standard, definitive reference work on the subject for years to come. Its coverage is global – an important ‘first’ in that authorities from all over the world have contributed their expertise and scholarship towards making this a truly comprehensive publication. The Encyclopedia presents new and ground-breaking research alongside accounts of the major established figures in the nineteenth century arena. Coverage includes all the key people, processes, equipment, movements, styles, debates and groupings which helped photography develop from being ‘a solution in search of a problem’ when first invented, to the essential communication tool, creative medium, and recorder of everyday life which it had become by the dawn of the twentieth century. The sheer breadth of coverage in the 1200 essays makes the Encyclopedia of Nineteenth-Century Photography an essential reference source for academics, students, researchers and libraries worldwide.
Humanism and Terror
Author: Maurice Merleau-Ponty
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351514261
Pages: 189
Year: 2017-07-05
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Raymond Aron called Merleau-Ponty "the most influential French philosopher of his generation." First published in France in 1947, Humanism and Terror was in part a response to Arthur Koestler's Darkness at Noon, and in a larger sense a contribution to the political and moral debates of a postwar world suddenly divided into two ideological armed camps. For Merleau-Ponty, the central question was: could Communism transcend its violence and intentions?The value of a society is the value it places upon man's relation to man, Merleau-Ponty examines not only the Moscow trials of the late thirties but also Koestler's re-creation of them. He argues that violence in general in the Communist world can be understood only in the context of revolutionary activism. He demonstrates that it is pointless to ask whether Communism respects the rules of liberal society; it is evident that Communism does not.In post-Communist Europe, when many are addressing similar questions throughout the world, Merleau-Ponty's discourse is of prime importance; it stands as a major and provocative contribution to limits on the use of violence. The argument is placed in its current context in a brilliant new introduction by John O'Neill. His remarks extend the line of argument originally developed by the great French political philosopher. This is a major contribution to political theory and philosophy.
Advertising and Promotion
Author: Chris Hackley, Rungpaka Amy Hackley
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1473909007
Pages: 360
Year: 2014-11-10
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This textbook introduces the key concepts, methods and issues within advertising and promotion for students taking courses on the subject at universities and colleges. It offers first-hand examples gathered from leading international advertising agencies and brand campaigns, and it is told from the perspective of the agency to give a fun and creative insider view which helps the reader to think beyond the client position and understand what it might be like working within an ad agency. The authors draw not only from management and marketing research but also from other disciplines such as cultural/media studies and sociology to offer a rounded and critical perspective on the subject for those looking to achieve high grades and understand advertising as social phenomenon in addition to its business function and purpose. New to the third edition: chapter on strategy and creativity additional case studies with increased global coverage including emerging markets images of classic and recent ads from the street, print, online and television increased coverage of the internet, social media and their effects on advertising companion website materials including relevant videos, journal articles and a Jeopardy-style game for the classroom The textbook is now also supported by a new author-written blog which keeps readers updated on interesting, topical examples relating to advertising and promotion from current affairs and popular culture: www.hackleyadvertisingandpromotion.blogspot.com.
The Computer Contradictionary
Author: Stan Kelly-Bootle
Publisher: MIT Press
ISBN: 0262611120
Pages: 239
Year: 1995
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New computer cultures and their jargons have burgeoned since this book's progenitor, The Devil's DP Dictionary, was published in 1981. This updated version of Stan Kelly-Bootle's romp through the data processing "laxicon" is a response to the "Unix pandemic" that has swept academia and government, to the endlessly hyped panaceas offered to the MIS, and to the PC explosion that has brought computer terminology to a "hugely bewildered lay audience." The original dictionary, an urbane and witty pastiche of Ambrose Bierce's famous work, parried chiefly the mainframe and mini-folklore of the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. This long awaited revision adds over 550 new entries and enhances many of the original definitions. Key targets are "a host of new follies crying out for cynical lexicography [including] the GUI-Phooey iconoclasts, object orienteering, and the piping of BLObs down the Clinton-Gore InfoPike."

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