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Collection Dossiers Pro Helvetia
Author: Pro Helvetia (Foundation)
Publisher: L'AGE D'HOMME
Year: 1985
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I Love Dick
Author: Chris Kraus, Eileen Myles, Joan Hawkins
Publisher: MIT Press
ISBN: 1584351934
Pages: 280
Year: 2016-07-22
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In I Love Dick, published in 1997, Chris Kraus, author of Aliens & Anorexia, Torpor, and Video Green, boldly tore away the veil that separates fiction from reality and privacy from self-expression. It's no wonder that I Love Dick instantly elicited violent controversies and attracted a host of passionate admirers. The story is gripping enough: in 1994 a married, failed independent filmmaker, turning forty, falls in love with a well-known theorist and endeavors to seduce him with the help of her husband. But when the theorist refuses to answer her letters, the husband and wife continue the correspondence for each other instead, imagining the fling the wife wishes to have with Dick. What follows is a breathless pursuit that takes the woman across America and away from her husband and far beyond her original infatuation into a discovery of the transformative power of first person narrative. I Love Dick is a manifesto for a new kind of feminist who isn't afraid to burn through her own narcissism in order to assume responsibility for herself and for all the injustice in world and it's a book you won't put down until the author's final, heroic acts of self-revelation and transformation.
The Kindly Ones
Author: Jonathan Littell
Publisher: Emblem Editions
ISBN: 1551993643
Pages: 992
Year: 2010-03-02
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“Oh my human brothers, let me tell you how it happened.” Dr. Max Aue, the man at the heart of Jonathan Littell’s stunning and controversial novel The Kindly Ones, personifies the evils of the Second World War and the Holocaust. Highly educated and cultured, he was an ambitious SS officer, a Nazi and mass murderer who was in the upper echelons of the Third Reich. He tells us of his experience during the war. He was present at Auschwitz and Babi Yar, witnessed the battle of Stalingrad, and survived the fall of Berlin — receiving a medal from Hitler personally in the last days of Nazi Germany. Long after the war, he is living a comfortable bourgeois life in France, married with two children, managing a lace factory. And now, having evaded justice, he speaks out, giving a precise and accurate record of his life. The tone of his account is detached, lapidary, and for the most part unrepentant, whether he is describing his participation in mass murder on the Eastern Front, his bureaucratic investigations of labour productivity in the death camps, his casual murder of civilians as he tries to break through Russian lines towards the end of the war, or his fervid and convoluted relationship with his twin sister. Over its course, by entwining Aue’s life with those of historical figures such as Eichmann and Speer, Himmler and indeed Hitler, The Kindly Ones comes to depict the entire architecture of Nazism — from its grandest intellectual pretensions to its most minute, most chilling managerial details and executions. The Kindly Ones presents — with unprecedented realism, meticulous research that is both fascinating and compelling, and brilliant literary accomplishment — the greatest horrors imaginable. “War and murder are a question, a question without an answer, for when you cry out in the night, no one answers,” Aue says. In the same way, this powerfully affecting, powerfully challenging book confronts the reader with the most profound questions about history, morality, and art without offering any easy resolution. Written originally in French, and published now in English for the first time, The Kindly Ones has already sold to date well over a million copies in Europe. In France it won two prestigious prizes, including the Goncourt, and has been compared to War and Peace and other great classics of literature. From the Hardcover edition.
Collection des procès-verbaux
Author: France. Commission de la propriété littéraire
Pages: 342
Year: 1836
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Livres de France
Year: 2010-01
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Includes, 1982-1995: Les Livres du mois, also published separately.
Magazine littéraire
Year: 1999
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Recueil Des Cours, Collected Courses, 1925
Author: Academie De Droit International De La Ha
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN: 9028604626
Pages: 400
Year: 1970-12-01
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Gazette littéraire
Year: 1830
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The Lion of Flanders
Author: Hendrik Conscience
ISBN: 1326062158
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Author: Michel Houellebecq
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 0374714487
Pages: 256
Year: 2015-10-20
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A controversial, intelligent, and mordantly funny new novel from France's most famous literary figure Paris, 2022. François is bored. He's a middle-aged lecturer at the Sorbonne and an expert on J. K. Huysmans, the famous nineteenth-century "decadent" author. But François's own decadence is considerably smaller in scale. He sleeps with his students, eats microwave dinners, reads the classics, queues up YouPorn. Meanwhile, it's election season. And although Francois feels "about as politicized as a hand towel," things are getting pretty interesting. In an alliance with the socialists, France's new Islamic party sweeps to power. Islamic law comes into force. Women are veiled, polygamy is encouraged, and Francois is offered an irresistible academic advancement--on condition that he convert to Islam. Adam Gopnik in The New Yorker has said of this novel that "Houellebecq is not merely a satirist but--more unusually--a sincere satirist, genuinely saddened by the absurdities of history and the madnesses of mankind." Michel Houellebecq's Submission may be satirical and melancholic, but it is also hilarious; a comic masterpiece by one of France's great novelists.
And Never Said a Word
Author: Heinrich Böll, Leila Vennewitz
Publisher: Northwestern University Press
ISBN: 0810111470
Pages: 195
Year: 1994
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First published in 1953, And Never Said a Wordis one of Heinrich Boll's finest works, a novel that explores the extremities of marriage with depth and compassion. Boll evokes an entire emotional world in the space of a day and half as husband and wife alternately relate this story of love and isolation, poverty and injustice. Weakness, as well as strength, provides the subtle emotional threads that form the bonds of their love; married life, the discover, takes a far greater toll on all those who truly love than on those whose hearts are empty.
Studi francesi
Year: 2003-09
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Livres hebdo
Year: 2010-02
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L'Information littéraire
Year: 1977
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Bulletin des Bibliothéques de France
Year: 1992
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Bulletin de documentation bibliographique appears as separately paged section, 1959- 1964-70.