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De Jules et Jim au Vel’ d’Hiv  [cached]
Annie Oliver
Cahiers de Narratologie , 2012, DOI: 10.4000/narratologie.6602
Abstract: Dans son roman intitulé On ne peut plus dormir tranquille quand on a une fois ouvert les yeux, Robert Bober s’inspire de sa propre histoire et relate bon nombre de faits qui ont réellement eu lieu, à commencer par le tournage en 1961 du film de Fran ois Truffaut Jules et Jim. C’est à partir de ce film – et de nombreuses autres références cinématographiques, de Max Ophuls aux Marx Brothers – que le narrateur, d’origine juive polonaise, va retrouver l’histoire de sa famille mais aussi celle d’une ville, Paris, de la Commune de 1871 à la rafle du Vélodrome d’Hiver en 1942. In his novel On ne peut plus dormir tranquille quand on a une fois ouvert les yeux Robert Bober draws his inspiration from his own life and tells a good number of events which have really taken place. Starting with the shooting, in 1961, of Fran ois Truffaut Jules et Jim. From this movie, as well as from many other film references – from Max Ophuls to the Marx Brothers – the narrator of Jewish-Polish origin rediscovers the history of his own family together with that of Paris, from the 1971 Commune to the 1942 round-up of Jews in the Vélodrome d’Hiver.
Astronomy and astronomers in Jules Verne's novels  [PDF]
Jacques Crovisier
Physics , 2009,
Abstract: Almost all the "Voyages Extraordinaires" written by Jules Verne refer to astronomy. In some of them, astronomy is even the leading theme. However, Jules Verne was basically not learned in science. His knowledge of astronomy came from contemporaneous popular publications and discussions with specialists among his friends or his family. In this article, I examine, from the text and illustrations of his novels, how astronomy was perceived and conveyed by Jules Verne, with errors and limitations on the one hand, with great respect and enthusiasm on the other hand. This informs us on how astronomy was understood by an "honn\^ete homme" in the late 19th century.
Триптих о переходе | Triptichas apie per jim  [PDF]
Павел Ивинский
Literatura , 2011,
Abstract: Straipsnyje nagrin jami tris kūriniai apie mirt kaip Per jim : L. Karsavino Sonet vainikas“, K. Voitylos Pam stymai apie mirt “, A. Tvardovskio Motinos atmin iai“. Daroma i vada, kad antro tūkstantme io pabaigoje buvo savoti kai t siami am inos temos svarstymo tradicijos susijusios su pamatin mis krik ionyb s apeigomis – gyvenim -per-mirt .
An Interview with Jim Borling  [cached]
Yumiko Sato
Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy , 2011,
Abstract: “I love music therapy more today than I ever have,” says Jim Borling, who has been a music therapist for over 30 years and teaching music therapy for 28 years at Radford University. How has he kept his passion for music therapy for so long? I’ve never had the chance to ask him that question – until now.
Jules Verne in English: A Bibliography of Modern Editions and Scholarly Studies
Arthur B. Evans
Verniana : Jules Verne Studies/études Jules Verne , 2008,
Abstract: This chronological bibliography provides an overview of English-language editions and scholarship on Jules Verne from 1965 to 2007. It is divided into three parts: new translations of Verne’s works, monographs and other book-length studies on Verne, and shorter critical essays about Verne. The content of this bibliography suggests that both the quantity and the quality of English-language editions and criticism on Jules Verne have increased dramatically since 1965.
Kate Chopin’s View on Death and Freedom in The Story of an Hour  [cached]
Xuemei Wan
English Language Teaching , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/elt.v2n4p167
Abstract: The Story of an Hour, written by the American woman writer, Kate Chopin (1851-1904) fully shows us the tremendous conflict between life and death among those women who had the more self-awareness, the less social living space according to the established social norms 100 years ago in a dramatic way. The heroine’s strong desire for freedom and sudden death remind us of the philosophical thought on life and death of Zhuangzi, ancient Chinese thinker and Martin Heideggar, which deconstruct and transcend the conflict between them.
Jules gonin. Pioneer of retinal detachment surgery  [cached]
Wolfensberger Thomas
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology , 2003,
Abstract: Before the turn of the 20th century, eyes with a retinal detachment were considered doomed. Contrary to other branches of ophthalmology, such as cataract extraction, the surgical treatment of retinal detachment was still in its infancy, and the surgical success rates were less than five percent. From 1902 to 1921 Jules Gonin almost single handedly changed the landscape of retinal detachment surgery forever. He recognised that the retinal break was the cause - and not the consequence as it was largely believed at the time - of the retinal detachment, and that the treatment had at all costs to comprise the closure of the break by cauterisation. He named the procedure ignipuncture , as he cauterised the retina through the sclera with a very hot pointed instrument. Despite rigorously detailed clinical observations and increasing success rates, his discovery was not readily accepted and sometimes openly opposed by a large part of the ophthalmic establishment. It was not until 1929 that he received worldwide acclaim at the International Ophthalmological Congress in Amsterdam for his surgical technique. His legacy lives on in the eye hospital in Lausanne that bears his name, in the Gonin Medal awarded by the International Council of Ophthalmology every four years for the highest achievement in ophthalmology, and in a street named after him, the very street that he used to walk from his home to the hospital every day.
Review: Kate Meagher, Identity Economics: Social Networks and the Informal Economy in Nigeria (2010) Buchbesprechung: Kate Meagher, Identity Economics: Social Networks and and the Informal Economy in Nigeria (2010)
Axel Harneit-Sievers
Africa Spectrum , 2010,
Abstract: Review of the monograph: Kate Meagher (2010), Identity Economics: Social Networks and the Informal Economy in Nigeria, Woodbridge, Suffolk: James Currey / Ibadan: Heinemann Educational Books (Nigeria), ISBN 978-1-84701-016-2, xv+208 pages. Besprechung der Monographie: Kate Meagher (2010), Identity Economics: Social Networks and the Informal Economy in Nigeria, Woodbridge, Suffolk: James Currey / Ibadan: Heinemann Educational Books (Nigeria), ISBN 978-1-84701-016-2, xv+208 Seiten
Marie-Claude Perrin-Chenour. Kate Chopin : ruptures.
Claire Maniez
Transatlantica : Revue d'études Américaines , 2006,
Abstract: Cinquante ans après son ma tre Cyrille Arnavon, à qui l’ouvrage est dédié, Marie-Claude Perrin-Chenour poursuit le travail de réhabilitation entrepris par ce dernier, faisant comme lui la part belle au roman phare de Kate Chopin, The Awakening, auquel elle consacre les trois quarts de son texte. Comme l’indique son sous-titre, elle a choisi d’organiser ses quatre chapitres autour de la notion de rupture. Le premier chapitre, Les ruptures de l’histoire , établit un parallèle entre l...
Os neologismos ativos e passivos em Jules Séglas (1892)
Pincerati, Walker Douglas;
Revista Latinoamericana de Psicopatologia Fundamental , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-47142009000300011
Abstract: jules séglas's des troubles du langage chez les aliénés, published in 1892, had wide repercussions in the area of psychopathological studies, especially in regard to what g. berrios calls the "language of the insane." concerning dyslogias, the classification of active and of passive neologisms clearly distinguishes the phenomena found in delusions from those seen in other disorders. this distinction, however, could not be made without calling attention to the importance of language in the relationship between doctor and patient.
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