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Louis MacNeice
Les cordes sonnent faux
Autobiographie inachevée

Georg Friedrich Meier
Establishing the art of interpretation as a science, that is the objective of G. Fr. Meier's Essay of 1757, the systematic treatise of the most accomplished hermeneutics of Enlightenment rationalism.

N. A. M. Rodger
La Royal Navy et ses hommes
Naissance d'un modèle (1750-1780)
Histoire et civilisations
Nicholas Rodger presents us with an insider's view of the modus operandi of the Royal Navy which relentlessly fought against the French Navy during the XVIIIth century.

Edited by Sylvie Patron
Introduction à la narratologie postclassique
Les nouvelles directions de la recherche sur le récit
The Introduction to postclassical narratology directed by Sylvie Patron aims at presenting to the French audience, beyond the close circle of specialists, the main directions of research on narrative, since the advent of what is usually called, in particular in the Anglo-Saxon research world, "postclassical narratology".

Tadeusz Lubelski
Arts du spectacle - Images et sons
A Broad narrative of Polish cinema from its origins to the present day, "Histoire du cinéma polonais" follows a traditional chronological pattern in its account of Polish historico-cinematography, from the first screenings put together in theatres on the Polish territory in 1896 up till the movies realized in 2013...

Milena Jesenská
Lettres de Milena Jesenská 1938-1944
De Prague à Ravensbrück
Until today Milena was known to the public only through Kafka's letters. Kafka acknowledges her outstanding personality as 'a living fire'. A journalist in Prague, Milena Jesenská, paid for her commitment to the oppressed, the jews, the communists and the antifascists with her life.

Christoph König
L'intelligence du texte
Rilke – Celan – Wittgenstein
Opuscules n°33
The intelligence necessary to attribute meaning to literary texts relies on the intelligence embodied in the texts themselves. This thought leads Christoph König to ask : How shall we read the works of Schiller, Friedrich Schlegel, Uhland, Rilke, Kafka and Celan ?

Steven M. Wise
Tant qu'il y aura des cages
Vers les droits fondamentaux des animaux
Tant qu'il y aura des cages is the translation of Rattling the Cage by Steven Wise, a founding document in the field of Animal Rights Jurisprudence.

Roger Knight
Histoire et civilisations

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