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Carlos Heusch, Maria Díez Yáñez, Amaranta Sagua, Pablo Justel
Cahiers d'études hispaniques médiévales, n°41/2018
Penser la traduction au Moyen Âge

Julien Nègre
L'arpenteur vagabond
The Surveyor and the Saunterer
Cartes et cartographies dans l'œuvre de Henry David Thoreau
Maps and Mapping in Henry David Thoreau's writings
This book explores the role played by maps and mapping in the writings of Henry David Thoreau. Thoreau was a professional surveyor and he had a deep and intimate knowledge of the history of cartography and of mapping practices. This work is based on a thorough archival investigation to locate and identify the maps that Thoreau used.

Atalaya, n°18/2019
Dossier SEMYR : Littérature en mouvement : changement et évolution entre 1475 et 1525
Literature in Movement: Change and Evolution between 1475 and 1525
This presentation includes a synthesis of the articles contained in this dossier, which try to show how some of the works that anticipate the new literary models of the Spanish Golden Age are the result of transforming preexisting models.

Alain Trouvé
Lire l'humain
Reading the Human Dimension
Aragon, Ponge : esthétiques croisées
Aragon, Ponge : Crossed Aesthetics
The works of Aragon and Ponge, major figures of 20th century literature, are the subject of this first systematic confrontation The reflection focuses on a relationship to language, to the revolutionary and perhaps, beyond supposed ideologies, to providing the human dimension.

Jerzy Danielewicz, Jan Kwapisz
Aitia, n°8-1/2018
Hellenistica Posnaniensia: Aspects du lyrisme hellénistique
Hellenistica Posnaniensia: Faces of Hellenistic Lyric
The wide and varied thematic nature of the collected papers is ranging from detailed studies of individual works or authors to more general aspects, such as contrasting twists of the stanza in post-classical lyric.

Raphaël Luis
La carte et la fable
The Map and the Fable
Stevenson, modèle d'une nouvelle fiction latino-américaine (Bioy Casares, Borges, Cortázar)
Stevenson, Model of a New Latin American Fiction (Bioy Casares, Borges, Cortázar)
The aim of the present study is to use Robert Louis Stevenson's works as an hermeneutical model to reconsider part of the story of the Latin American literature during the twentieth century. The study is a comparison between Stevenson's theorical and fictional works and those of Bioy Casares, Borges and Cortázar from 1935 to 1955.

Rolando Minuti
Œuvres complètes de Montesquieu
17 - Extraits et notes de lecture, II
Hors Collection

Christophe Martin, Jean-Christophe Abramovici, Michèle Rosellini, Yannck Séîté
« Raconter d'autres partages »
"Telling other sharing":
Littérature, anthropologie et histoire culturelle. Mélanges offerts à Nicole Jacques-Lefèvre
This volume brings together a series of contributions in homage to Nicole Jacques-Lefèvre who was a major figure in the development of literature research at the ENS in Fontenay-Saint-Cloud in the last quarter of the twentieth century.This work also offers the dynamic image of a current stream of literary studies

Andrew Faulkener
Aitia, n°7-1/2017
Tradition et nouveauté à l'époque hellénistique
Tradition and innovation in the Hellenistic period
The papers in this issue explore the themes of novelty and tradition among Hellenistic authors from different points of view, as well as the reception of Hellenistic literature and art as a symbol of novelty, during the imperial era.

Olivier Brisville, Georgina Olivetto, Juan Miguel Valero
Atalaya, n°16/2016
1) Frontière et minorités religieuses dans la péninsule Ibérique à la fin du Moyen Âge 2) Gloses et interprètes de l'humanisme latin et vernaculaire
1) Frontier and religious minorities in medieval Iberia 2) Glosses and interpreters of the Latin and romance humanism
This issue includes two special dossiers. A reflexion about the situations and the evolutions of the Border between Islam and Christendom, as unstable geopolitical reality or ideological and discursive construction.

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