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See detailThe Man in the Moon: A Survival of Germanic Mythology?
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Men and women imagined the presence of the Man in the Moon in order to account for the spots in the full moon. There are a number of references to him (and sometimes to a woman) in English folklore and ... [more ▼]

Men and women imagined the presence of the Man in the Moon in order to account for the spots in the full moon. There are a number of references to him (and sometimes to a woman) in English folklore and literature (seal of Walter de Grendon, nursery rhymes, Neckam, ME poem, Chaucer, Shakespeare…). He was thought to have been exiled there and carries a thorn bush on his back because he once stole thorns from hedges (or violated some religious commandment). There is a variant of the legend in Snorri: the moon-god Máni (ON ‘moon’) once took two children from earth when they were coming from a spring carrying a bushel and a pole on their shoulders; as can be seen from the earth, the boy and the girl are still in the sky and follow the moon. I want to argue that this familiar Scandinavian and English figure – but also present in France and Wallonia -probably derives from an ancient Germanic myth that developed slightly differently among the Northern and Western countries, and that the two traditions eventually merged due to the contacts between the Scandinavians and the English. [less ▲]

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See detailA. Adams; L. Alcott; E. Cady Stanton; K. Millett; Romans policiers EU, 19e et 20e; A. Walker
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in Didier, Béatrice; Fouque, Antoinette; Calle-Gruber, Mireille (Ed.) Le dictionnaire universel des créatrices (2013)

Plusieurs notices du dictionnaire portant sur des écrivaines américaines des 19e et 20e siècles. Section dirigée par Adélaïde Russo.

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See detailA. Adams; L. Alcott; E. Cady Stanton; K. Millett; Romans policiers EU, 19e et 20e; A. Walker
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in Didier, Béatrice; Fouque, Antoinette; Calle-Gruber, Mireille (Ed.) Le dictionnaire universel des créatrices (2013)

Plusieurs notices du dictionnaire portant sur des écrivaines américaines des 19e et 20e siècles. Section dirigée par Adélaïde Russo.

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See detail"The Man in the Moon", personnage de la littérature anglaise
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in Jaminon, Martine (Ed.) Eclats de lune, entre science et imaginaire (2013)

Ces pages examinent le motif de l'homme dans la lune, thème récurrent de la littérature anglaise dès le Moyen Âge et qui a survécu en s'intégrant au patrimoine culturel d'Outre-Manche. On peut s ... [more ▼]

Ces pages examinent le motif de l'homme dans la lune, thème récurrent de la littérature anglaise dès le Moyen Âge et qui a survécu en s'intégrant au patrimoine culturel d'Outre-Manche. On peut s'interroger sur son origine, d'autant qu'on en trouve une variante dans la mythologie scandinave [less ▲]

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See detail« Pourquoi une nouvelle traduction du Hobbit ? »
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Après la traduction française de Francis Ledoux, qui datait de 1969, les éditions Bourgois viennent de publier une nouvelle traduction du Hobbit, par Daniel Lauzon, plus proche de l'œuvre de Tolkien, plus ... [more ▼]

Après la traduction française de Francis Ledoux, qui datait de 1969, les éditions Bourgois viennent de publier une nouvelle traduction du Hobbit, par Daniel Lauzon, plus proche de l'œuvre de Tolkien, plus contemporaine aussi. [less ▲]

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See detailNancy Huston, Urgence d'écrire
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E-print/Working paper (2012)

CR de "Reflets dans un œil d'homme"

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See detail« La Cité des dames, un matrimoine sans frontières »
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in Leduc, Guyonne (Ed.) Les Roles transfrontaliers joués par les femmes dans la construction de l'Europe (2012)

Christine de Pizan's catalogue of famous women is not the slavish imitation of Boccaccio's. The territories covered by her European heroines are quite extensive and varied (Asian and African women are not ... [more ▼]

Christine de Pizan's catalogue of famous women is not the slavish imitation of Boccaccio's. The territories covered by her European heroines are quite extensive and varied (Asian and African women are not excluded here). [less ▲]

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See detailAnnie Ernaux. Se perdre dans l'écriture de soi
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Book published by Klincksieck (2011)

Foreword by Danielle Bajomée and Juliette Dor; preface by Jacques Dubois; articles by Lyn Thomas, Nathalie Delgleize, Julien Van Beveren, Lola Bermudez Medina, Carl Havelange, Danielle Bajomée,Véronique ... [more ▼]

Foreword by Danielle Bajomée and Juliette Dor; preface by Jacques Dubois; articles by Lyn Thomas, Nathalie Delgleize, Julien Van Beveren, Lola Bermudez Medina, Carl Havelange, Danielle Bajomée,Véronique Montémont, Francisca Romeral Rosel; and telephone interview of Annie Ernaut by Alain Delaunois. [less ▲]

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See detailChaucer’s Viragos: A Postcolonial Engagement?
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in Beattie, Cordelia (Ed.) Intersections of Gender, Religion and Ethnicity in the Middle Ages (2011)

The Chaucerian attitude to the set of viragos of his Man of Law's Tale, Monk's Tale, and Knight's Tale is enigmatic. By discrediting the reliability of his narrators, he blurs the categories of difference ... [more ▼]

The Chaucerian attitude to the set of viragos of his Man of Law's Tale, Monk's Tale, and Knight's Tale is enigmatic. By discrediting the reliability of his narrators, he blurs the categories of difference that they strongly advocate, thus creating a space in which the medieval racial and racist clichés concerning Oriental viragos may be reconsidered. Attention has been drawn to Chaucer’s formation of ‘English’ identity in the poet’s late writings. The writer’s exclusive use of London English, a colonized language, was a political decision, but he resists easy binaries of identification and his English nationalism is a ‘present-looking and eclectic multiculturalism.’ The Knight’s as well as the Man of Law’s tales are retellings of imperial aggression but also accounts of failed imperialist ambitions. In a way, the Monk addresses a similar issue, but here the initial imperial belligerence comes from the Orient and there is a return to Western imperial order. Needless to say, narratives dealing with military campaigns and crusades, and deviant women were of high relevance to a late fourteenth-century audience. The period marked a turning point from universal forms of truth to a greater interest in individual identities; and late medieval English society was not monolithic, and neither was the social sample going to Canterbury. Chaucer steers a delicate course between opposite trends and raises a number of crucial issues [less ▲]

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See detailLes Lais bretons moyen-anglais
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Report (2011)

Review article of Colette Stévanovitch/ Anne Mathieu's volume of collected French translations (Turnhout : Brepols, 2010, 503 p., TVMA9). With contributions by Claire Vial, Hélène Dauby, Guy Bourquin ... [more ▼]

Review article of Colette Stévanovitch/ Anne Mathieu's volume of collected French translations (Turnhout : Brepols, 2010, 503 p., TVMA9). With contributions by Claire Vial, Hélène Dauby, Guy Bourquin, Philippe Mahoux-Pauzin, Jean-Jacques Blanchot, Marthe Mensah, Martine Yvernault, and the two editors. [less ▲]

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See detailChaucer. Le Parlement des oiseaux
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in Crépin, André (Ed.) Geoffrey Chaucer. Les Contes de Canterbury et autres oeuvres (2010)

French translation with notes of the Middle English text. Traduction française et notes du texte moyen-anglais

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See detailChaucer, La Légende des dames vertueuses
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in Crépin, André (Ed.) Geoffrey Chaucer. Les Contes de Canterbury et autres oeuvres (2010)

French annotated translation of Chaucer's Legend of Good Women. Traduction française avec notes de La Légende des dames vertueuses, de Chaucer

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See detailPrières et variations sur les motifs du bilan et du pèlerinage
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in Louviot, Elise; Stévanovitch, Colette; Mahoux, Philippe (Eds.) et al Everyman (2009)

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See detailCaroline Spurgeon (1869-1942) and the Institutionalisation of English Studies as a Scholarly Discipline
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in PhiN-Beiheft (2009), (4), 55-66

The roles of the first female University professor in London (the second in England) and co-founder of the IFUW. Institution of a new approach to the discipline of academic English studies; admission of ... [more ▼]

The roles of the first female University professor in London (the second in England) and co-founder of the IFUW. Institution of a new approach to the discipline of academic English studies; admission of British women to doctoral degrees at Oxford and Cambridge. [less ▲]

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See detail"Moy, Christine", Mémoires glorieuses et mémoire du moi: Christine de Pizan et la mémoire posthume
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in Delgleize, Nathalie; Bertrand, Jean-Pierre; Renouprez, Martine (Eds.) Mémoires (2009)

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See detailL'ABC de Chaucer: traduction et transformation
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in Duval, Frédéric; Pomel, Fabienne (Eds.) Les Pèlerinages allégoriques de Guillaume de Digulleville. Actes du colloque de Cerisy (2008)

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See detailChristine de Pizan, une femme de science, une femme de lettres
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Book published by Honoré Champion (2008)

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See detailFemmes et pèlerinages, Women and Pilgrimages
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Book published by Compostela Group of Universities (2008)

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See detailZénobie: Péché d'orgueil et port de la vitremyte
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in Buschinger, Danielle; Sancery, Arlette (Eds.) Mélanges de langue, littérature et civilisation offerts à André Crépin à l'occasion de son quatre-vingtième anniversaire (2008)

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See detailQuelle Victoire pour Thésée sur les Amazones dans le Conte du Chevalier de Chaucer?
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in Leduc, Guyonne (Ed.) Réalité et représentations des Amazones (2008)

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