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LA LUMINOTECHNIE DANS LE THEATRE DE SAMUEL BECKETT: DRAMATURGIE ET METAPHYSIQUE (FRENCH TEXT) (IRELAND, FRANCE)
In spite of the extensive scholarly research on Beckett's works, very little has been said about one topic that may be considered important in the theater, namely, light. Beyond the obvious fact that light is an indispensable ...
THE NATURALIST NOVEL: REALISM, IRONY, OR MYTH? AN ARCHETYPAL STUDY OF ZOLA'S "LA CUREE"
The series of the Rougon-Macquart is the grand epic of the nineteenth century. As in the series that comprise the earlier, classical epics, each link in the chain can stand alone and be examined separately from the rest. ...
BLAISE DE MONLUC: REMONSTRANCE AND ORATORY IN THE "COMMENTAIRES"
Although most critics view Monluc's Commentaires as an historical work, there remains a literary value which cannot be neglected. Monluc recognized that an historical or military treatise alone would not ensure success. ...
THE ORIENTAL-OCCIDENTAL DIALOGUE IN THE NOVELS OF ANDRE MALRAUX
In La Tentation de l'Occident, written in 1926, the Chinaman Ling created a dividing line between the Orient and the Occident by saying that the Oriental wanted "to be" and that the Occidental wanted "to do." Ling's ...