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Ollier, Nicole

Overview
Works: 19 works in 35 publications in 3 languages and 170 library holdings
Genres: Criticism, interpretation, etc  Conference proceedings  History 
Roles: Editor, Publishing director, Author, 958, Opponent, 956
Classifications: JC359, 941.7
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Most widely held works about Nicole Ollier
 
Most widely held works by Nicole Ollier
Expansion, expansionnismes dans le monde transatlantique : actes du colloque international, Bordeaux, 25-27 janvier 2001( Book )

3 editions published in 2002 in French and held by 62 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Dynamiques d'émancipation caribéenne dans la littérature et les arts( Book )

5 editions published in 2011 in French and Undetermined and held by 34 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Le Canto d'Ulysse by Harry Clifton( Book )

1 edition published in 1996 in French and held by 23 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Réinventer l'Irlande : Actes du colloque de la société française d'études irlandaises, SOFEIR by Société française d'études irlandaises( Book )

5 editions published in 2001 in French and held by 23 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Voix helléniques dans le monde anglo-saxon des Etats-Unis d́Amérique by Nicole Ollier( Book )

5 editions published between 1994 and 1996 in French and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Un Pipiri m'a dit = little bird told me by Olive Senior( Book )

2 editions published in 2014 in French and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Recueil de poèmes sur les Caraïbes : la faune, la flore, la colonisation, l'esclavage, etc.--[Memento]
[Poetry reading by Nanos Valaōritēs( Recording )

2 editions published in 1985 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Nicole Ollier reads her French translations of some of the poems (originally written variously in Greek and English) of Greek surrealist poet Nanos Valaoritis
L'autobiographie irlandaise : voix communes, voix singulières( )

in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Donner ses lettres de noblesse à l'autobiographie irlandaise, encore méconnue en France, et dégager sa spécificité est l'ambition commune des articles des quatorze spécialistes réunis dans cet ouvrage. À travers dix-huit œuvres majeures, leurs contributions étudient les différents aspects du genre autobiographique : gaélique (Tomas O'Crohan, Maurice O'Sullivan, Peig Sayers), politique (Sean O'Casey, Brendan Behan, Bobby Sands, Conor Cruise O'Brien), littéraire (William Carleton, William Butler Yeats, Louis MacNeice, Elizabeth Bowen), populaire (Franck McCourt) et subversif (Flann O'Brien, Sean O'Faolain), tout en explorant la manière spécifique dont s'articulent la voix commune, ou voix de la communauté, et la voix singulière. Cet ouvrage, complété par une bibliographie critique sur le genre autobiographique en général et sur l'autobiographie irlandaise en particulier ainsi que par deux listes, chronologique et alphabétique, des autobiographies irlandaises publiées de la fin du XVIIe siècle à nos jours, s'adresse à des spécialistes autant qu'à un public curieux du genre autobiographique et de la culture irlandaise des XIXe et XXe siècles
Le regard ambigu de Derek Walcott sur lé́mancipation de Marie Laveau by Nicole Ollier( )

1 edition published in 2011 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Le mythe d'Hélène et de Clytemnestre chez Jean Giraudoux, Jean Anouilh et Yannis Ritsos by Aikaterini Stefanaki( Book )

1 edition published in 2005 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

THIS COMPARATIVE STUDY BEARS ON THE PLAYS WRITTEN BY JEAN GIRAUDOUX, LA GUERRE DE TROIE N'AURA PAS LIEU (1935) AND ELECTRE (1937), JEAN ANOUILH, TU ETAIS SI GENTIL QUAND TU ETAIS PETIT ! (1969) AS WELL AS THE DRAMATIC MONOLOGUES IN YANNIS RITSOS' POETIC WORK, LA QUATRIEME DIMENSION (1975). THE PLAYWRIGHTS AND POET INCREASE THE SYMBOLIC VALUE OF THE CLASSICAL MYTHS OF HELEN AND CLYTEMNESTRA THROUGH THEIR INNOVATING DYNAMIC VARIANTS. THE AMBIVALENT FIGURES OF THE TWINS ARE REPRESENTED IN THE LEAST FAMILIAR DIMENSIONS OF THEIR MYTHS, OFFERING EACH PHASE AND AGE OF FEMALE LIFE AND DEFENDING THE VALUES OF THE MATRIARCHAL RELIGION WHICH PREVAILED IN PRE-HELLENIC CIVILIZATIONS. AS MANIFESTATIONS OF A NEOLITHIC, ALMIGHTY GREAT GODDESS, THOSE QUEENS STAND OUT IN THE LITERARY IMAGINATION, BRINGING THE LEGACY OF THEIR ANCIENT RELIGION : THEY ABIDE BY THE LAWS OF THIS SUPREME FEMININE DEITY WHOSE MAIN FUNCTION OF CREATION THEY FILL. HELEN'S AND CLYTEMNESTRA'S FEMININITY IS FIRST ANALYSED, WHETHER IT BE SACRALISED OR ON THE CONTRARY DEMONIZED, LEADING TO AN INTERPRETATION OF THEIR LOVE ADVENTURES. THE SECOND STEP OF THE STUDY COVERS THE MANIFESTATIONS OF MATERNITY, BE IT REAL OR IMAGINARY, EVEN IN ITS COSMIC DIMENSION. LASTLY, THE ALLIANCE ESTABLISHED BETWEEN THE TWINS AND THE CREATURES IN THE UNIVERSE IS EXAMINED, AS WELL AS THEIR WISDOM AND THEIR PRIVILEGED LINKS WITH THE SUPERNATURAL. THOSE EPICUREAN WOMEN ELUDE ANY NOTION OF MORALITY, AND ILLUSTRATE BOTH THE BENEVOLENCE AND MONSTRUOSITY OF A SACRED FEMININITY
De la mère à la mère-patrie : quête identitaire dans la littérature irlando-américaine féminine by Anne-Marine Feat( Book )

1 edition published in 2009 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

La thèse porte sur la question de la réciprocité des liens entre écriture et identité féminine dans l'Amérique irlandaise contemporaine. De manière classique, les romancières irlando-américaines contemporaines puisent dans l'expérience personnelle comme matière littéraire. Leur identité, dans sa spécificité ethnique et culturelle, nourrit leur écriture. Parallèlement, leur écriture nourrit également leur identité privée et collective en la revitalisant. La permanence de grands thèmes invariants de la littérature d'inspiration irlandaise (la famille, la religion) ne doit donc pas occulter l'émergence de voix nouvelles empruntant la voie de l'écriture pour créer ou recréer une identité irlando-américaine féminine fondée sur une logique d'appartenance territoriale exprimée à travers le retour à la mère/mère-patrie. L'on ne saurait oublier l'importance du lecteur ni de la réception dans ce processus créatif. Si la lecture assure en effet la conformité de certains personnages aux normes irlando-américaines, elle devient aussi dans ces romans un instrument de libération et de construction de leur moi pour d'autres
Amazones de la plume : les manifestations littéraires de l'écoféminisme contemporain by Margot Lauwers( )

1 edition published in 2014 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

En s'intéressant aux écrits entourant l'histoire houleuse de la mouvance écoféministe, cette thèse dresse le portrait des différentes manifestations littéraires de l'écoféminisme contemporain en soutenant l'idée selon laquelle la critique littéraire constitue le cœur de cette mouvance, plutôt qu'une simple manifestation de celle-ci. La première partie de notre travail reprend l'histoire complexe de l'écoféminisme et de la critique littéraire écoféministe, depuis les années 1970 jusqu'à nos jours, en opérant une remise en contexte historique. Ceci permet d'aborder le problème de l'essentialisme souvent associé à l'écoféminisme en faisant apparaître la stérilité de ce débat au regard des évolutions que la mouvance peut apporter, d'une part, et, d'autre part, d'insister sur les racines (éco)féministes de l'écocritique. Notre seconde partie établit les grandes lignes d'une praxis écoféministe transversale, avant de se concentrer plus particulièrement sur la façon dont l'écocritique féministe articule le rapport au lieu, à la corporéité et le rapport au langage. Enfin, la troisième partie de la thèse porte sur l'objet d'étude de l'écocritique féministe : la littérature. Nous y proposons nos propres analyses écocritiques féministes d'une sélection de textes contemporains. La troisième partie offre ainsi une application concrète de la praxis écoféministe transversale à laquelle la seconde partie s'intéresse, afin d'illustrer notre point clef : la théorie sert à guider et informer la lecture, bien entendu, mais la littérature et la critique littéraire ont également alimenté et enrichi la pratique critique et l'activisme
Enseignement de l'anglais en Côte d'Ivoire les manuels scolaires de 1970 à nos jours by Issiaka Doumbia( Book )

1 edition published in 2010 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This doctoral dissertation presents an analysis of textbooks used in the English language classroom in Côte d'Ivoire from 1970 to 2003. It begins by examining the institutional, educational and socio-cultural backdrop to the processes involved in the learning of English. We analyze the apparent lack of efficiency of English language teaching methods in secondary schools, before moving on to examine the question of whether, and to what extent, contributions from the world of modern linguistics and research in the field of cognitive psychology have been integrated into the content of the textbooks. To date, despite some improvements, the methods used for teaching English are still far from satisfying the objectives laid down in government recommendations. Our analysis also includes a critical appraisal of the methodological choices adopted by textbook authors in such specific fields as grammar, lexical content and phonology and this through collated quantitative data. This in turn will shed new light on the results of a survey carried out in Ivorian secondary schools in 2004, pertaining to the opinions and impressions voiced by teachers and learners relative to the textbooks at their disposal. Our final step is to explore a number of linguistic and didactic approaches to language learning, in which the accent will be laid on the development of meta-linguistic and meta-cognitive tools. This will culminate in the elaboration of a conceptual model for English language teaching which is learner-centred, with the teacher acting as a guide and fostering the development of learning strategies rooted in a learner-based reflection on the nature of the language being studied
Pouvoirs civils et religieux dans la fiction d'Earl Lovelace (1935-...) : entre collusion et collision by Noémie Le Vourch( )

1 edition published in 2014 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In his novels and short stories, Earl Lovelace describes the island of Trinidad as caught in the ebb and flow of two antagonistic systems of thought, both shattered in the event of a sudden decolonisation. Religion and politics, the corner stones of social architecture, have no choice but to undergo changes in view of adaptation. Facing a background of secularisation and growing political consciousness, religion is compelled to lay aside its selfsufficiency to avoid being overthrown by the body politics. As a consequence, a struggle, in which the survival of individuals is at stake, ensues. This thesis offers to explore the rivalries between the religious and political bodies as well as the ability of Lovelace's fictional Caribbean to overcome this dichotomy. In other words, in Lovelace's work does polity annihilate religion or act in accordance with it to achieve a move from unworthy politics to a faith aiming at liberation?
En quête des jardins maternels voix polyphoniques de Katherine Anne Porter, Ellen Glasgow et Eudora Welty by Elisabeth Lamothe( Book )

1 edition published in 2003 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

THIS STUDY RESTS ON THE ANALYSIS OF WOMEN'S TEXTS TO DEMONSTRATE THE METAMORPHOSES OF THE IDEA OF CREATIVITY IN TWENTIETH-CENTURY SOUTHERN LITERATURE. WE ARGUE THAT WOMEN AUTHORS' ATTEMPT TO UNDERMINE PREVIOUS THEMES AND PLOTS ALLOWED FOR THE EMERGENCE OF THE FIGURE OF THE FEMALE ARTIST, TRYING TO BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN GENDER IDENTITY AND ARTISTIC IDENTITY. THIS STUDY COMPRISES THE WORKS OF THREE AUTHORS: ELLEN GLASGOW, KATHERINE ANNE PORTER AND EUDORA WELTY, WHO PUBLISHED THROUGHOUT THE TWENTIETH CENTURY AND WHOSE TREATMENT OF THE NOTION OF WOMEN'S CREATIVITY ESTABLISHES A SENSE OF FERTILE CONTINUITY. THE FIRST PART OF THIS WORK DEALS WITH THE LITERARY TRADITION GLASGOW WAS HEIR TO AND SHOWS HOW FOUR OF HER MAIN NOVELS SUBVERT TRADITIONAL REPRESENTATIONS OF SOUTHERN FEMININITY AND CELEBRATE FEMALE CREATIVITY. THE SECOND PART OF THIS STUDY LOOKS AT GLASGOW'S ESSAYS, AS WELL AS PORTER'S CORRESPONDENCE, MANUSCRIPTS AND SHORT STORIES TO ESTABLISH THE DOUBLE NATURE OF THE CREATIVE PROCESS WOMEN WRITERS ARE INVOLVED IN: IT INCLUDES LAYING THE FOUNDATIONS OF THEIR ARTISTIC IDENTITY AND INVESTING METAPHORS DERIVED FROM THEIR GENDER IDENTITY WITH ARTISTIC MEANING. WELTY'S FICTION RESORTS TO SIMILAR METAPHORS, INCLUDING THAT OF THE PATCHWORK QUILT, TO ILLUSTRATE THE CREATIVE PROCESS. THE LAST PART OF THIS THESIS ANALYSES THE ACT OF READING AS CREATIVE PROCESS. WE SHOW THAT READING CAN REINFORCE FEMALE CHARACTERS' COMPLIANCE WITH THE NORMS OF GENDER IDENTITY BUT ALSO FUNCTION AS A LIBERATING AND SELF-CREATING EXPERIENCE FOR OTHERS
From The Republic of Conscience = Nouvelles de la république de la conscience by Seamus Heaney( )

1 edition published in 1990 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

La "forme progressive" dans l'oeuvre de Eudora Welty problèmes contrastifs ̀ by Laurence Gouaux( Book )

1 edition published in 2003 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Working on the assumption that BE + ING partakes of the linguistic and semantic structuring of Eudora Welty's fiction (a contemporary American writer of the South), we shall consider the enunciative strategies which are at work when translating BE + ING into French. The linguistic theories of enunciative and cognitive grammar will therefore serve as a framework for our study, along with Barthes's and Genette's theories. On the way, we shall put forward the uses of BE + ING which are proper to the author. First, we shall contrast Delta Wedding and The Ponder Heart with their French translations, focusing on the various tenses and aspects used. Second, we shall study the enunciative levels in relation with BE + ING's realizations in Delta Wedding, The Ponder Heart and The Optimist's Daughter, which will lead us to consider the values associated to "BE" on the one hand, and "ING" on the other hand. Again, the translators' enunciative strategies will be put into light. Thirdly, we shall dedicate ourselves to the study of BE + ING in relation with what the philosopher Gaston Bachelard has called "the intuition of the moment", thus we shall probe into BE + ING's possible metaphorical value. We shall also consider some excerpts from Losing Battles for which we shall offer our own commented translations (it has not been translated into French yet). Finally, we shall study two short stories by Eudora Welty, as well as their translations
Éthique du devenir "sujet femme" by Mélany Bisson( Book )

1 edition published in 2007 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The goal of this doctoral dissertation is to develop an ethics of becoming the woman subject based on Jacques Lacan's concept of the locus of jouissance for the woman. This concept is based on Lacan's theory of the subconscious. This locus is a space where something feminine is created and which, according to Lacan, cannot be completely voiced in the language system. The ethics put forth in this dissertation is a movement enabling a woman subject to surge from its own desire. Three identified theories provide an obvious link between this locus and the feminine as an enunciation position. For Jacques Lacan the locus of jouissance for the woman opens up to an understanding of mysticism as a feature of the feminine. For Julia Kristeva the semiotic, linked to the feminine, goes through the symbolic system and through the Other's locus (subconscious) in order to break the logical order of discourse. The feminine sacred that emerges from this breach is a feminine logic that is other, a logic that does not allow itself to be sacrificed by the language order. The feminine, according to Kristeva, expresses itself in different ways, notably through writing, art and music. Luce Irigaray outlines a locus where women are exempt from patriarchy and that allows the circulation of a different logic, a more fluid logic. How is the feminine specific? How is it not symbolic, inasmuch as it is inscribed in the language system? The function of the feminine is to break the symbolic order. Our doctoral dissertation consists of 1. a feminine psychic enunciation locus based on the theories of Lacan, Kristeva and Irigaray; 2. an ethics of the becoming woman subject determined by this enunciation locus.The purpose of the proposed approach is to find a feminine psychic position in the lacanian theory in order to introduce a fundamental ethics of the becoming woman subject from the locus of emergence. This ethical position of the becoming woman is situated in the subject perspective, its language and its singular desire, combining lacanian psychoanalysis, feminist theory, literature, theology, spirituality and ethics
 
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