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Aimé Césaire: écrits politiques : 1935-2008 by Aimé Césaire a toujours mis l'incandescence de son verbe au service de l'engagement politique. Il est difficile de trouver, dans le champ littéraire, un homme dont la conscience soit aussi puissamment ancré dans l'histoire.
Call Number: JN2594.C47 2013
Publication Date: 2019-03-06
Revisiting the French Resistance in Cinema, Literature, Bande Dessinée, and Television (1942-2012) by Revisiting the French Resistance in Cinema, Literature, Bande Dessin e, and Television (1942-2012) examines how fictional works have contributed to shaping the image of the French Resistance, and offers a key to understanding France's national psyche. Christophe Corbin explores themes including the making of the myth of an honorable country united against a common enemy, comedies gently poking fun at it and fictional works debunking it straightforwardly, the invisibility and resurfacing of women in films and novels, as well as contemporary depictions of the Resistance on television. Case studies include sometimes forgotten or lesser-known works such as Aragon's wartime poetry, early films such as Le P re tranquille or Casablanca-inspired Fortunat, iconic films and novels such as Le Silence de la mer or La Grande Vadrouille, but also contemporary fictional works such as Effroyables jardins and Un H ros tr s discret, or the popular TV series Un Village fran ais. It will be of interest to scholars and students in cultural studies, film studies, French studies, history, and media studies.
Publication Date: 2019-05-03
Oeuvres Completes, vol. 17, Extraits et notes de lectures by Montesquieu's marginal notes and the sometimes very developed extracts from works that make up his "manuscript library" were mostly unpublished. They are an essential access point to his work, revealing his working methods and the genesis of his thinking.
Call Number: PQ2011.A1 1998
Publication Date: 2018-04-18
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This research guide will point you to print and electronic resources available to you as you do your research at Rutgers. Visit this guide regularly to check for newly acquired materials.
The collection for French language and literature is housed mainly at the Alexander Library. The materials on women and gender issues in France and in Francophone nations is located in the Douglass Library, as is the media collection.
Bellin, Jacques-Nicolas. Carte de la Louisiane, cours du Mississipi et pais voisins. Detail. 1744. https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b8596048g.