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See detailLa poésie irlandaise aujourd'hui : Michael et Seamus, Medbh et Caitriona
Pagnoulle, Christine ULg

Scientific conference (2004, December)

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See detailIUPAC World Polymer Congress – 40th International Symposium on Macromolecules
Cuenot, S.; Duwez, Anne-Sophie ULg; Daussin, R. et al

Conference (2004, July 04)

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See detailTraduire les points et les virgules
Pagnoulle, Christine ULg

in Ballard, Michel; Hewson, Lance (Eds.) Correct/Incorrect (2004)

This paper, written in French, illustrates translators' possible interferences with the emotional tonality or indeed the meaning of a text, noting that such intervention is sometimes necessary for the ... [more ▼]

This paper, written in French, illustrates translators' possible interferences with the emotional tonality or indeed the meaning of a text, noting that such intervention is sometimes necessary for the text to make sense. [less ▲]

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See detailLe rossignol instrumental: poésie, musique, modernité
Delville, Michel ULg; Bertrand, Jean-Pierre ULg; Pagnoulle, Christine ULg

Book published by Peeters/Vrin (2004)

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See detailLe livre de l'ânesse de Balaam, de David Jones, Traduction, notes et introduction critique
Pagnoulle, Christine ULg; Pagnoulle, Christine ULg

Book published by Editions associatives Clapas (2003)

The poetic sequence called 'The book of Balaam's Ass' was only published after David Jones's death. It is indeed riddled with contradictions and inconsistencies, but of the kind that can hardly be ... [more ▼]

The poetic sequence called 'The book of Balaam's Ass' was only published after David Jones's death. It is indeed riddled with contradictions and inconsistencies, but of the kind that can hardly be overcome. In a nutshell it is about the loss of grace, both in the later stage of the Great War (from the Somme offensive onwards) and in a postwar world in which the author feels all sense of the numinous has been erased. [less ▲]

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See detailSound as Sense: Contemporary Us Poetry &/In Music
Delville, Michel ULg; Pagnoulle, Christine ULg

Book published by P.I.E./Peter Lang (2003)

It has often been claimed that writing about music is like dancing about architecture. The general distrust of methods that combine or aggregate knowledge from different research fields, and therefore ... [more ▼]

It has often been claimed that writing about music is like dancing about architecture. The general distrust of methods that combine or aggregate knowledge from different research fields, and therefore tend to elide or smooth out some of their particularities, may account for the paucity of critical writing dealing not only with the role of voice and song in poetry but also with the history of the interdependencies of verbal, textual and musical materials in the broader context of contemporary American literature. The purpose of this book is to develop an informed and imaginative understanding of the interrelationships between poetry and music in a way that reflects the diversity and richness of contemporary artistic practice in the US since the beginning of the 20th century. Related topics such as theories of representation, the aesthetics of rhythm, the material production of literature and music, the links between poetry, politics and popular culture, the making of music from literary texts,or literature from musical models, all provide the focus for a study that deals with the theoretical and practical interrelationships between poetry and music. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Emlit Project: European Minority Literatures in Translation
Burnett, Paula; Aguilar-Amat, Anna; Botsho, Jean Bosco et al

Book published by Brunel University Press (2003)

This beautifully produced thick volume, the result of a project financially supported by the European Commission, gives access to creative texts in 19 languages spoken by a minority of EU citizens, both ... [more ▼]

This beautifully produced thick volume, the result of a project financially supported by the European Commission, gives access to creative texts in 19 languages spoken by a minority of EU citizens, both in the original (including the reproduction of such elegant scripts as Sinhalese or Hindi) and in their translations into five 'major' languages. [less ▲]

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See detailDes apprenants autonomes : autorégulation des apprentissages
Zimmerman, Barry J.; Bonner, Sebastian; Kovach, Robert et al

Book published by De Boeck Université (2000)

Développer l'autonomie des élèves dans l'apprentissage scolaire, tel est l'objectif des auteurs de cet ouvrage. Voici, pour les enseignants, les outils qui leur permettront de développer les compétences ... [more ▼]

Développer l'autonomie des élèves dans l'apprentissage scolaire, tel est l'objectif des auteurs de cet ouvrage. Voici, pour les enseignants, les outils qui leur permettront de développer les compétences scolaires de leurs élèves en leur apprenant à autoréguler leur apprentissage, c'est-à-dire à le gérer eux-mêmes. Partant du principe qu'il faut " apprendre à apprendre ", les auteurs appliquent l'autorégulation à des compétences-clés de l'apprentissage scolaire telles que la compréhension, la synthèse et la rédaction de textes, la prise de notes, sans oublier des aptitudes essentielles comme l'autosuivi et l'organisation du temps d'étude. Les auteurs accompagnent les enseignants dans ce projet de développement de l'autonomie de l'élève grâce à une approche pragmatique et réaliste, basée sur les plus récentes recherches dans le domaine. S'inscrivant dans le contexte de la métacognition, de l'évaluation formative et de l'apprentissage à l'autonomie, ce manuel cherche avant tout à développer la notion d'" élève centré sur l'apprentissage ", une nouvelle approche contrastant nettement avec " l'enseignement centré sur l'apprenant " préconisé dans nos pays francophones. Il convient de responsabiliser les élèves, de leur indiquer comment assumer leur apprentissage et de leur faire prendre conscience que leur rôle en classe est loin de celui de " récepteur passif ". L'élève doit pouvoir construire lui-même son savoir. Cet ouvrage s'adresse à un vaste public : enseignants en exercice et futurs enseignants mais aussi parents et toute personne intéressée par la didactique. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Mechanics of the Mirage. Postwar American Poetry
Delville, Michel ULg; Pagnoulle, Christine ULg

Book published by L3 (2000)

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See detailProfil et épaisseur des mots : Kamau Brathwaite RêvHaïti
Pagnoulle, Christine ULg

in Palimpsestes (2000), 12

The article comments on the specifities of Brathwaite's use of language and typography and on the translator's attempt at retrieving them (the translator being also the author of the article).

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See detailEtude de Textes Littéraires Anglais Modernes
Delville, Michel ULg; Pagnoulle, Christine ULg; Norris, Andrew et al

Learning material (2000)

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See detailAnthologies de régions d’Europe : un outil de découverte
Pagnoulle, Christine ULg

in Ballard, Michel (Ed.) Europe et traduction (1998)

This paper points to the usefulness of focused bilingual anthologies of poems produced in sometimes neglected areas as tools of discovery.

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See detailLa comète d'Halcyon. Poésie en Ecosse aujourd'hui
Glenday, John; Pagnoulle, Christine ULg; Armstrong, Kate et al

Book published by Sources (1998)

John Glenday collected poems by sixteen contemporary Scottish writers using English, Scots or Gaelic, and we translated them into French, with appropriate regional variations. This anthology conveys a ... [more ▼]

John Glenday collected poems by sixteen contemporary Scottish writers using English, Scots or Gaelic, and we translated them into French, with appropriate regional variations. This anthology conveys a sense of the diversity of voices in contemporary Scottish poetry.S [less ▲]

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See detailNursery Rhymes
Pagnoulle, Christine ULg

in Delville, Michel; Delrez, Marc (Eds.) More Matter (1998)

combining lines by T.S. Eliot and weel-known nursery rhymes with words adapted to our retiring Professor of American literature, who loves building houses, flying a small airplane, vacationing at Tourtour ... [more ▼]

combining lines by T.S. Eliot and weel-known nursery rhymes with words adapted to our retiring Professor of American literature, who loves building houses, flying a small airplane, vacationing at Tourtour, and playing around with computers when most colleagues were still wary and diffident. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Key
Pagnoulle, Christine ULg

in Pagnoulle, Christine (Ed.) Writing (on) Short Stories (1997)

This, for once, is a creative text, in a collection that combines creation and criticism.

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See detailKamau Brathwaite: A Voice out of Bounds
Pagnoulle, Christine ULg

in Debusscher, Gilbert; Maufort, Marc (Eds.) Union in Partition: Essays in Honour of Jeanne Delbaere (1997)

The article explores the concurrence between innovative forms and hybrid genres in Kamau Brathwaite's works after 1988, the year when his wife died and his archives were destroyed by hurricane Gilbert.

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See detailWriting (on) Short Stories, A Tribute to Paulette Michel-Michot
Pagnoulle, Christine ULg

Book (1997)

This collection of stories and essays in homage to Paulette Michel-Michot on her retirement brings together critics turned poets and poets turned critics in a fertile interplay.

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See detailOn the Translator's Trance, A footnote on Translator Training
Pagnoulle, Christine ULg

Scientific conference (1996, November 16)

The paper focuses on how students in translation, provided they have a really good knowledge of both source and traget languages, must learn to trust themselves and allow their minds to do some ... [more ▼]

The paper focuses on how students in translation, provided they have a really good knowledge of both source and traget languages, must learn to trust themselves and allow their minds to do some freewheeling, and their fingers to write on their own. This of course can only be one aspect of the translating process, which afterwards requires careful checking. However, this moment of 'letting go' is a key to detachment from fascination with the ST. [less ▲]

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See detailConventions of the Marvellous in Hodgins' (Re)Inventions of Love
Pagnoulle, Christine ULg

in Delrez, Marc; Ledent, Bénédicte (Eds.) The Contact and the CuImination: Essays in Honour of Hena Maes-Jelinek (1996)

This article focuses on only two of Hodgins' novels, The Invention of the World and The Resurrection of Joseph Bourne. It highlights the unobtrusive use of fairy tale conventions combined with a pervasive ... [more ▼]

This article focuses on only two of Hodgins' novels, The Invention of the World and The Resurrection of Joseph Bourne. It highlights the unobtrusive use of fairy tale conventions combined with a pervasive sympathy for the novels' characters. This yields the literary alchemy through which reaaders experience both a keen sense of reality and the marvellous opening of fantasy. [less ▲]

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See detail"Music alone survives”? The collapse of faith in sonnets by Geoffrey Hill and G.M. Hopkins’
Pagnoulle, Christine ULg

in Cahiers victoriens & édouardiens (1995), 42

The present article explores the various ways in which Geoffrey Hill uses the regularity of the sonnet form to express the impossibility of faith, and how this collapse was announced in some of Hopkins's ... [more ▼]

The present article explores the various ways in which Geoffrey Hill uses the regularity of the sonnet form to express the impossibility of faith, and how this collapse was announced in some of Hopkins's most famous celebratory sonnet 'The Windhover.' [less ▲]

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