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20 All E De La Danse Amies Et Rivales D S 8 Ans

Author: Elizabeth Barféty
Publisher: Nathan
ISBN: 2092565346
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Découvrez la vie et les rêves des petits rats de l'École de danse de l'Opéra ! A l'Ecole de Danse de l'Opéra de Paris, c'est l'effervescence. Les filles de la 6e division, les plus jeunes de l'école, sont en compétition pour deux rôles dans un ballet à Garnier. Certaines, comme Constance, se jettent dans le travail, d'autres à l'image de Zoé, se rebellent. Du haut de ses 11 ans, Maïna, elle, ne semble pas concernée. Elle aide ses amis, les encourage, les rassure... sans jamais penser à elle. Elle ne semble même pas consciente qu'elle pourrait être choisie. Alors, elle s'interroge : a-t-elle sa place dans une école d'élite où tous les élèves sont concurrents ? Comment concilier sa passion, son ambition, et ses amitiés ?

Amies Et Rivales

Author: Elizabeth Barféty
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ISBN: 9782092565339
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Deux élèves de l'Ecole de Danse de l'Opéra de Paris seront bientôt choisies pour se produire au Palais Garnier. Tout le monde s'entraîne dur. Sauf Maïna qui refuse d'être en compétition avec ses amies. Elle préfère largement les aider. Quitte à ne pas avoir de rôle. Alors comment peut-elle concilier ses amitiés et sa passion pour la danse ? Un partenariat inédit pour une série fidèle au quotidien des élèves de l'Ecole de Danse de l'Opéra national de Paris !

Rivals And Conspirators

Author: Fae Brauer
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 144386370X
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Once the State-run Salon in Paris closed, an array of independent Salons mushroomed starting with the French Artists Salon and Women’s Salon in 1881 followed by the Independent Artists’ Salon, National Salon of Fine Arts and Autumn Salon. Offering an unparalleled choice of art identities and alliances, together with undreamed-of opportunities for sales, commissions, prizes and art criticism, these great Salons guaranteed the centripetal and centrifugal power of Paris as the “modern art centre”. Lured by the prospect of being exhibited annually in Salons the size of Biennales today, a huge number and national diversity of artists, from the Australian Rupert Bunny to the Spaniards Pablo Picasso and Juan Gris, flocked to Paris. Yet by no means were these Salons equal in power, nor did they work consensually to forge this “modern art centre”. Formed on the basis of their different cultural politics, constantly they rivalled one another for State acquisitions and commissions, exhibition places and spaces, awards, and every other means of enhancing their legitimacy. By no means were the avant-garde salons those that most succeeded. Instead, as this culturo-political history demonstrates, the French Artists’ and National Fine Art Salons were the most successful, with the genderist French Artists' Salon being the most powerful and “official”. Despite the renown today of Neo-Impressionism, Art Nouveau, Fauvism, Cubism and Orphism, the most powerful artists in this “modern art centre” were not Sonia Delaunay, Émile Gallé, Paul Signac, Henri Matisse or even Picasso but such Academicians as Léon Bonnat, William Bouguereau, Fernand Cormon, Edouard Detaille, Gabriel Ferrier, Jean-Paul Laurens, Luc-Oliver Merson and Aimé Morot, who exhibited at the “official” Salon supported by the machinery of the State. In its exposure of the rivalry, conflict and struggle between the Salons and their artists, this is an unprecedented history of dissension. It also exposes how, just below the welcoming internationalist veneer of this “modern art centre”, intense persecutionist paranoia lay festering. Whenever France’s “civilizing mission” seemed culturally, commercially or colonially threatened, it erupted in waves of nationalist xenophobia turning artistic rivalry into bitter enmity. In exposing how rivals became transmuted into conspirators, ultimately this book reveals a paradox resonant in histories that celebrate the international triumph of French modern art: that this magnetic “centre”, which began by welcoming international modernists, ended by attacking them for undermining its cultural supremacy, contaminating its “civilizing mission” and politically persecuting the very modernist culture for which it has received historical renown.

Literary Rivals

Author: Richard Bradford
Publisher: Biteback Publishing
ISBN: 1849548021
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Novelists, poets and playwrights live double lives, sharing the real world with everyone else while spending a good deal of time in a universe of their own making. When they fall out with each other, they are able to kindle feuds and antagonisms as passionate and public as workers in any trade. Richard Bradford's highly entertaining book looks at some of the closest and most complex relationships in literary history, as well as examining their dramatic effects on literature itself. - WHO WAS THE OBJECT OF COLERIDGE'S INFATUATION THAT DROVE A W EDGE BETWEEN HIMSELF AND WORDSWORTH? - WHERE DID THACKERAY UTTER THE SINGLE SENTENCE THAT ENDED HIS TENTATIVE FRIENDSHIP WITH DICKENS? - WHY DID DIFFERING OPINIONS LEAD TO THE CESSATION OF LETTERS BETWEEN FORMER CONFIDANTS AMIS AND LARKIN? - HOW DID HEMINGWAY USE AND ABUSE STEIN'S ARTISTIC CIRCLE IN PARIS? - WHAT AMERICAN L ITERARY AMBITION SPAWNED BRUTAL COMPETITION BETWEEN CAPOTE AND V IDAL? From Tolstoy's deferred duelling and Dostoevsky's defamatory fiction, to J. C. Squire's qualms with modernism and Salman Rushdie's run-in with Islam, Literary Rivals is an enjoyable romp through the world of the fiercest writers' rivalries and the most bizarre literary stand-offs.

Amie Et Rivale

Author: Agnès Tachin
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9789052014951
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A deux reprises, en 1963 et en 1967, le general de Gaulle s'est oppose fermement a l'entree de la Grande-Bretagne dans le Marche commun, decision acceptee a l'epoque par une majorite de Francais. C'est par l'etude des representations que cet ouvrage aborde la question des deux premieres candidatures britanniques. Familier et etrange, admire, deteste et envie, le peuple d'outre-Manche n'a jamais cesse d'eveiller en France des sentiments contradictoires, donnant naissance a un systeme de representations complexe. Celui-ci aurait-il favorise le - non - de la France ? Emissions televisees, guides touristiques, manuels scolaires, archives diplomatiques, la perception francaise est ici minutieusement etudiee a travers une grande variete de sources. L'image de l'Autre n'est jamais figee, elle evolue au contact des faits, or les annees 1960, situees au coeur des Trente Glorieuses, sont marquees par d'importants bouleversements dans les deux pays: disparition de l'empire, emergence de la societe d'abondance et de loisirs, affirmation de la jeunesse, revolution culturelle... Comment la France gaullienne a-t-elle percu la metamorphose de sa vieille rivale ? Ce livre apporte un eclairage nouveau sur la premiere phase de blocage de la construction europeenne, il propose aussi une autre approche de l'histoire des representations en mettant etroitement en relation l'imaginaire et le politique."

Rival Sisters Art And Music At The Birth Of Modernism 1815 915

Author: JamesH. Rubin
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351550713
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Introducing the concept of music and painting as 'rival sisters' during the nineteenth century, this interdisciplinary collection explores the productive exchange-from rivalry to inspiration to collaboration-between the two media in the age of Romanticism and Modernism. The volume traces the relationship between art and music, from the opposing claims for superiority of the early nineteenth century, to the emergence of the concept of synesthesia around 1900. This collection puts forward a more complex history of the relationship between art and music than has been described in earlier works, including an intermixing of models and distinctions between approaches to them. Individual essays from art history, musicology, and literature examine the growing influence of art upon music, and vice versa, in the works of Berlioz, Courbet, Manet, Fantin-Latour, Rodin, Debussy, and the Pre-Raphaelites, among other artists.