I of Le Miroir des limbes ( Paris : Gallimard , 1972 ) , p . 475 ( hereafter AN ) , and La Corde et les souris , p . 179 ( hereafter cs ) . 29 ) L'Homme précaire et la littérature ( Paris : Gallimard , 1977 ) , p . 308 .
... translated by Stephen Becker (Grove Press, 1977), and Man 's Fate, translated by Haakon Chevalier (Random House, 196l) . ... With the present issue, the Mélanges Malraux Miscellany begins its fourteenth year of publication.
Author: Library of Congress. Copyright OfficePublish On: 1977
Langlois , Walter G. Melanges Malcaux Miscellany . Kzinti Press . Spectrua . Lanhaa , Edvin . Girl in Hiding . ( R ) Lankin , Alaa . Vanishing point . Lebhar - Prieda an , Inc. Chain Store Age . Co - ops and voluntaries .
B.F. Byerly and C.R. Byerly , Records of the Wardrobe and Household , 1285-1286 ( London , 1977 ) , nos . ... G. Mollat , “ La Diplomatie pontificale au XIVe siècle , " Mélanges d'histoire du Moyen Age à la mémoire de Louis Halphen ...
Author: Margaret Labarge
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
This collection of occasional writings by renowned medieval scholar Margaret Wade Labarge considers an eclectic mix of themes and issues in the history of the Middle Ages. The varied lives of medieval women, their power and status within society, are depicted through their own writings; questions of medieval culture are linked to those facing humanity in our time; travel, as experienced by the most prestigious ambassador and by the lowliest pilgrim, is explored; and the origins and conditions of health care are examined. These themes have inspired or informed the author's eight major historical works, but are revisited here with the clarity, wit and discipline of a great teacher. A Medieval Miscellany will give readers already acquainted with Labarge's work new pleasure, and provide an enticing path into medieval lives and time for new readers.
... Wanda , ' Voltaire's Sources on the Polish Dissident Question , ' in Miscellany , Mélanges , Studies on Voltaire and the ... Alan Sheridan ( New York : Pantheon Books , 1977 ) Ethics , Subjectivity and Truth : The Essential Works of ...
Author: Renata Tyszczuk
Publisher: Peter Lang
In this book the author explores the representational strategies of the modern period and their relation to political life through the story of Stanislas Leszczynski, architect king and roi bienfaisant, 'a king that does good'. The ingredients of his story are compelling. They include: an exiled king (who makes a cameo appearance in Voltaire's Candide and corresponds with Rousseau); a collection of writings that include aphorisms, political treatises, and a utopian novel; gardens that include a grotto of eighty-six life-size automata and an experimental village of courtiers; and architecture and landscapes that traverse the contested boundaries of central Europe, imaginary constructions of the orient, and the borderlines between fact and fiction. These come together to make a distinctive account of the transitional period in eighteenth-century culture. Stanislas' architectural and literary works were rooted in an acceptance of the uncertainty of the world more characteristic of the story. His 'hope of a better age' emerges as an endeavour - through the writing and the architecture - to find one's own meaning in history as well as a model for the good life. His story suggests a way of exploring what this struggle still entails today.
In 1977, Dr. Lee resumed his work on Voltaire and sermons. ... J. Patrick Lee, “Voltaire and César de Missy,” in Miscellany/Mélanges, Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century 163 (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1976), 57-72.
Author: E. Joe Johnson
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Category: Literary Criticism
This collection of essays was assembled to honor the memory of the late, eminent Voltaire scholar J. Patrick Lee. It includes seventeen essays by prominent scholars from the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and France on a variety of topics in French eighteenth-century studies. Essay titles include: “A New Genre: l’Opéra moral / Moral Opera in Eighteenth-Century France,” “Voltaire and the Uses of Censorship: The Example of the Lettres Philosophiques,” “Enlightenment Intertextuality: The Case of Heraldry in the Encyclopédie méthodique,” “Sex as Satire in Voltaire's Fiction,” “Violence, Levity, and the Dictionary in Old Regime France: Chaudon’s Dictionnaire anti-philosophique,” “L’abbé, l’amazone, le bon roi et les frelons,” “Greuze’s Self-Portraits: Figures of Artistic Identity,” “From Forest to Field: Sylvan Elegists of Eighteenth-Century France,” “The Falsification of Voltaire's Letters and the Public Persona of the Author: From the Lettres secrettes (1765) to the Commentaire historique (1776),” “The Baron de Saint-Castin, Bricaire de la Dixmerie, and Azakia (1765),” “John Law and the Rhetoric of Calculation,” “‘Le Roi des Bulgares’: Was Voltaire's Satire on Frederick the Great just too Opaque?” “Voltaire and the Voyage to Rome,” “Textual liaisons: Voltaire, Paméla and Don Quixote,” “Les petits livres du grand homme: polémique et combat philosophique chez Voltaire,” “Sentimental Horror: Enlightenment Tragedy and the Rise of the Genre Terrible,” “Voltaire and the Comic Genre: Polemics and Rhetoric.”
1977. An English Miscellany Presented to W. S. Mackie. London: Oxford University Press. ... 1977. Langues en contact – Pidgins – Creoles — Languages in Contact. Tübingen: Narr. Mélanges de Linguistique et de Philologie: Fernand Mossé in ...