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Titus N Aimait Pas B R Nice

Author: Nathalie Azoulai
Publisher: POL Editeur
ISBN: 2818036216
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Titus n’aimait pas Bérénice alors que Bérénice pensait qu’il l’aimait. Titus n’aimait pas Bérénice alors que tout le monde a toujours pensé qu’il n’avait pas le choix et qu’il la quittait contre sa propre volonté. Titus est empereur de Rome, Bérénice, reine de Palestine. Ils vivent et s’aiment au Ier siècle après Jésus-Christ. Racine, entre autres, raconte leur histoire au XVIIe siècle. Mais cette histoire est actuelle : Titus quitte Bérénice dans un café. Dans les jours qui suivent, Bérénice décide de revenir à la source, de lire tout Racine, de chercher à comprendre ce qu’il a été, un janséniste, un bourgeois, un courtisan. Comment un homme comme lui a-t-il pu écrire une histoire comme ça ? Entre Port-Royal et Versailles, Racine devient le partenaire d’une convalescence où affleure la seule vérité qui vaille : si Titus la quitte, c’est qu’il ne l’aime pas comme elle l’aime. Mais c’est très long et très compliqué d’en arriver à une conclusion aussi simple.

Titus N Aimait Pas B R Nice De Nathalie Azoulai Fiche De Lecture

Author: Danny Dejonghe
Publisher: lePetitLitteraire.fr
ISBN: 2806277051
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Décryptez Titus n’aimait pas Bérénice de Nathalie Azoulai avec l’analyse du PetitLittéraire.fr ! Que faut-il retenir de Titus n’aimait pas Bérénice, cette biographie romancée de Jean Racine ? Retrouvez tout ce que vous devez savoir sur cette œuvre dans une fiche de lecture complète et détaillée. Vous trouverez notamment dans cette fiche : • Un résumé complet • Une présentation des personnages principaux tels que Jean Racine et les jansénistes de Port-Royal • Une analyse des spécificités de l’œuvre : une biographie romancée, le courant de la tragédie classique au XVIIe siècle, des auteurs antiques et le chant IV de l’Énéide et le point de vue féminin Une analyse de référence pour comprendre rapidement le sens de l’œuvre. LE MOT DE L’ÉDITEUR : « Dans cette fiche de lecture sur Titus n’aimait pas Bérénice (2016), avec Danny Dejonghe, nous fournissons des pistes pour décoder cette biographie romancée de Jean Racine. Notre analyse permet de faire rapidement le tour de l’œuvre et d’aller au-delà des clichés. » Laure Delacroix À propos de la collection LePetitLittéraire.fr : Plébiscité tant par les passionnés de littérature que par les lycéens, LePetitLittéraire.fr est considéré comme une référence en matière d’analyse d’œuvres classiques et contemporaines. Nos analyses, disponibles aux formats papier et numérique, ont été conçues pour guider les lecteurs à travers toute la littérature. Nos auteurs combinent théories, citations, anecdotes et commentaires pour vous faire découvrir et redécouvrir les plus grandes œuvres littéraires. LePetitLittéraire.fr est reconnu d’intérêt pédagogique par le ministère de l’Éducation.

Thirst

Author: Kerry Hudson
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1448190215
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From the prize-winning author of Tony Hogan Bought Me An Ice-Cream Float Before He Stole My Ma Winner of the Prix Femina Etranger London, in the frayed heat of summer. Alena is shoplifting shoes when Dave catches her in the act and so begins an unlikely relationship between two people with little in common and everything to lose. But the past is a dark place. And both of them have secrets they’ve no idea how to live with – or leave behind. Yet still they find themselves fighting with all they’ve got for a future together. But is love enough? 'Accomplished... Beautiful... Heart-wrenching' Independent on Sunday Shortlisted for the Prix Femina Prize

Snow

Author: Maxence Fermine
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9780743463201
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Yuko Akita had two passions. Haiku and snow. It is April 1884 and Yuko Akita has reached his seventeenth birthday on the Island of Hokkaid in the North of Japan. The time has come to choose his vocation, warrior or monk, but against the wishes of his father, Yuko settles on a third option: he will be a poet. Yuko begins to write the seventeen-syllable poems we know as haiku--all celebrating the beauty of snow, his one great subject. One day, the Imperial Poet arrives from the Emperor's court. He has heard about the beauty of Yuko's poems and has come to meet the young poet himself. While agreeing the poems have a music all their own, the Imperial Poet notes that lacking color, Yuko's poems are destined to remain invisible to the world. If the young poet is to learn color, he must study with the great artist Soseki in the south of Japan. Yuko sets off on a treacherous journey across the whole of Japan. Cold, hungry, and exhausted, he encounters a vision that will forever change his life. It is a woman, frozen in the ice. With pale gold hair, ice blue eyes and a face as white as snow, the dead beauty will obsess Yuko. Who was she? How did she come to meet her death in the depths of his beloved snow? Arriving at Soseki's door, Yuko is shocked to discover that the great master of color is blind. He will gradullay come to learn that color is not something outside of us, but within us. He will also learn about his master's Samurai past...and Soseki's link to the woman in the snow. It is a beautiful love story which will have its echo in Yuko's own as he finds his own, living, daughter of snow.... With stunning visual images created out of minimalist prose, Snow is as delicate and inspiring as the haiku poetry it celebrates and emulates. A swift and refreshing read, the novel treats readers to a gorgeous love story while gently floating ideas such as what is the nature of art and perception? What is the place of passion in art and in life? Highly romantic and gracefully written, Snow is destined to become a cult classic.

Radiant Terminus

Author: Antoine Volodine
Publisher: Open Letter Books
ISBN: 9781940953526
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A scathing critique of humanity set in a nuclear wasteland following the fall of the "Second" Soviet Union.

Allah Is Not Obliged

Author: Ahmadou Kourouma
Publisher: Anchor
ISBN: 0307793842
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ALLAH IS NOT OBLIGED TO BE FAIR ABOUT ALL THE THINGS HE DOES HERE ON EARTH.These are the words of the boy soldier Birahima in the final masterpiece by one of Africa’s most celebrated writers, Ahmadou Kourouma. When ten-year-old Birahima's mother dies, he leaves his native village in the Ivory Coast, accompanied by the sorcerer and cook Yacouba, to search for his aunt Mahan. Crossing the border into Liberia, they are seized by rebels and forced into military service. Birahima is given a Kalashnikov, minimal rations of food, a small supply of dope and a tiny wage. Fighting in a chaotic civil war alongside many other boys, Birahima sees death, torture, dismemberment and madness but somehow manages to retain his own sanity. Raw and unforgettable, despairing yet filled with laughter, Allah Is Not Obliged reveals the ways in which children's innocence and youth are compromised by war. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Two Gentlemen On The Beach

Author: Michael Köhlmeier
Publisher: Haus Publishing
ISBN: 1910376477
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On the face of it, Winston Churchill and Charlie Chaplin—two icons of the twentieth century—couldn’t be more different. One is the grand statesman whose resolve led a nation in the struggle against Nazi Germany, the other the world-famous actor and comedian behind The Great Dictator, whose owns roots were in poverty and hardship. But in this moving novel, they are bound by a dark secret: both suffer from depression. When a chance encounter reveals what they share, an unusual and unlikely friendship ensues. A series of therapeutic meetings across the world, in Germany, England, and America, sees each become the other’s confidant as they talk of their “black dog days.” With the eye of a masterfully subtle narrator, Michael Köhlmeier imagines a startling friendship of unique understanding between this extraordinary pair: a friendship of the twentieth century between art and politics, humor and seriousness, but which at heart remains an understanding between two men—the poor tramp and the grand statesman—who bring together the history of the century.

Esther

Author: Sharon E. McKay
Publisher: Penguin Canada
ISBN: 9780143312048
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Portrays the remarkable story of Esther Brandeau, a young girl who lived in the eighteenth century and who was the first Jew to set foot in New France.

The Golden Droplet

Author: Michel Tournier
Publisher: Doubleday
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A modern fable about a fourteen-year-old Berber shepherd who is drawn away from his Sahara oasis when a French tourist takes his photograph. The young shepherd plans a route to Paris in search of the photograph and the beautiful blonde who took it.

The Camera Killer

Author: Thomas Glavinic
Publisher: Amazon Publishing
ISBN: 9781612183237
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After a double murderer in Austria records the crime and leaves the tape for the media to find, two vacationing couples grapple with their combined repulsion and fascination with the ensuing media coverage and buildup to a public airing of the murder tape. Original.