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Thu Oct 16 18:03:23 2014 UTClccn-n500505340.26L'Année dernière a Marienbad0.600.86Journaux (1914-1965) /95204781Raymond_Queneaun 5005053485552Kano, Raymon 1903-1976Kenō, Raiēmon 1903-1976Keno, RajmonKeno, Raymon 1903-1976Keno, Reĭmon 1903-1976Keno, Reimons 1903-1976Keno, RejmonKeno, Remon 1903-1976Mara, Sally.Mara Sally 1903-1976Mara , Sally <coautore con pseudonimo collettivo Raymond Queneau>Mara, Sally pseud. de Raymond QueneauPresle, Michel.Presle Michel 1903-1976Presle , Michel <coautore con pseudonimo collettivo Raymond Queneau>Presle, Michel pseud. de Raymond QueneauPresle, Michel traducteur supposéQueneau, R.Queneau, R. 1903-1976Queneau, RaimondQueneau, Raimond 1903-1976Queneau, RaymondQueneau, Raymond AugusteQueneau, Raymond Auguste 1903-1976Raymond, Jean 1903-1976Кено, Раймон 1903-1976クノー, レイモンクノー, レーモンlccn-n82080232Kojève, Alexandre1902-1968rcplccn-n79106134Sartre, Jean-Paul1905-1980lccn-n80126188Saint-Exupéry, Antoine de1900-1944lccn-n50007234Mauriac, François1885-1970lccn-n79063419Céline, Louis-Ferdinand1894-1961lccn-n79059794Malraux, André1901-1976lccn-n50054894Martin Du Gard, Roger1881-1958lccn-n80045868Giraudoux, Jean1882-1944lccn-n80045876Green, Julien1900-1998lccn-n80156271Bosco, Henri1888-1976Queneau, Raymond1903-1976FictionDramaCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryDiariesFilm adaptationsBiographyHumorInterviewsQueneau, Raymond,French fictionFrance--ParisCamus, Albert,Saint-Exupéry, Antoine de,Bosco, Henri,Céline, Louis-Ferdinand,Duhamel, Georges,Martin Du Gard, Roger,Proust, Marcel,Aragon,Gide, André,Sartre, Jean-Paul,Giono, Jean,Green, Julien,Giraudoux, Jean,Breton, André,Aymé, Marcel,Cocteau, Jean,Bernanos, Georges,Romains, Jules,Mauriac, François,Malraux, André,Phänomenologie des Geistes (Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich)French literatureIntellectual lifeLiteratureChildrenRégie autonome des transports parisiensFranceStyle, LiteraryMan-woman relationshipsMeetingsFalse memory syndromeEvidencePhotographsMarried womenPlastics industry and tradeBibliothèque nationale (France)Authors, FrenchGirlsFathers and sonsNames in literatureStudentsFamiliesGirls--Sexual behaviorCity and town lifeFrench poetryExperimental fiction, FrenchManners and customs190319761919192419271929193019331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320144589912624727843.912PQ2633.U43ocn000291814ocn007935169ocn006996035ocn005214262ocn420018171ocn459643138ocn797701235ocn493029808ocn007000517ocn033034183ocn436307414ocn840186286ocn658550911ocn765772383ocn662194056ocn780213151ocn659275225ocn658937155ocn658473444ocn658890126ocn458628622ocn420142830ocn470685248ocn405593201ocn417348581ocn405614075ocn463768867ocn470066301ocn458531776ocn422102107ocn444491701ocn461611049ocn461742927ocn185568863ocn185568844ocn185568852ocn185951191ocn692022477ocn692023148ocn725006195ocn691964948ocn420105622ocn799556565ocn774059106ocn874764371ocn847541722ocn463607899ocn415294857ocn762884058ocn765413263ocn676568293ocn024189453ocn016124364ocn040345159ocn078016975ocn459642921ocn459643004ocn459643042ocn406468797ocn044902403ocn465736549ocn079705789ocn691407790ocn468582623ocn694014507ocn762885908ocn418691381ocn691387339ocn422089688ocn468610559ocn081550148ocn422089716ocn422089701ocn080983352ocn422089709ocn460675857ocn461716395ocn460184800ocn084958732ocn417599905ocn082384663ocn405588742ocn777886757ocn417388411ocn691530522ocn659228180ocn691543777ocn767022321ocn691725104ocn676481386ocn659113544ocn691490143ocn659228235ocn659228208ocn255436378ocn762697961ocn470900409ocn462666554ocn847541722ocn765157327ocn691501538ocn693992220ocn469316682ocn673758216ocn691501538ocn878685310ocn421194796ocn742953990ocn822841343ocn793480848ocn459544109ocn459397948ocn765157327ocn440292883ocn693992220ocn494632174ocn762595343ocn673758216ocn723781703ocn720242859ocn073654992ocn723002443ocn852727573ocn452981816ocn799852652ocn661034231ocn661795979ocn621446754ocn661217135ocn661211673ocn766682278ocn658535724ocn461857936ocn873728813ocn265305992ocn439220286ocn837476922ocn691217517ocn494358647ocn7428391532349242ocn006916616book19470.56Queneau, RaymondExercises in styleCriticism, interpretation, etcHumorQueneau uses a variety of literary styles and forms in ninety-nine exercises which retell the same story about a minor brawl aboard a bus+-+24325766351542215ocn007935244book19590.47Queneau, RaymondZazie dans le métro : romanCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionParodie burlesque de multiples formes romanesque (roman d'apprentissage, épopée de l'Odyssée d'Homère), il se sert du néo-français à des fins comiques. Premier succès populaire de Queneau, il met en scène une galerie de personnages pittoresques mais se veut aussi une réflexion philosophique sur l'identité et la vérité+-+4856185257125618ocn000013732book19690.56Kojève, AlexandreIntroduction to the reading of Hegel : lectures on the phenomenology of spirit+-+88574965351112126ocn004758075book19420.56Queneau, RaymondPierrot mon ami, romanFiction+-+159830164583854ocn026541289book19480.56Queneau, RaymondSaint GlinglinFictionAs Queneau retells the primal Freudian myth of sons killing the father, he satirizes anthropology, folklore, philosophy, and epistemology, and deploys fractured syntax, hidden structures, self-imposed constraints, playful allusions, puns, and neologisms+-+658732910678170ocn018381328book19370.56Queneau, RaymondOdileFictionSpeelse sleutelroman over de Franse surrealisten+-+845732910670748ocn023407595book19620.77Queneau, RaymondŒuvres complètes69671ocn000289288book19650.59Queneau, RaymondLes fleurs bleues : [roman]"On connaît le célèbre apologue chinois : Tchouang-tseu rêve qu'il est un papillon, mais n'est-ce point le papillon qui rêve qu'il est Tchouang-tseu? De même dans ce roman, est-ce le duc d'Auge qui rêve qu'il est Cidrolin ou Cidrolin qui rêve qu'il est le duc d'Auge?66354ocn000291814book19550.66Queneau, RaymondHistoire des littératuresCriticism, interpretation, etc6051ocn328784931visu20090.26Resnais, AlainL'Année dernière a MarienbadDramaFeature : "[T]his surreal fever dream, or nightmare, gorgeously fuses the past with the present in telling its ambiguous tale of a man and a woman who may or may not have met a year ago, perhaps at the very same cathedral-like, mirror-filled château they now find themselves wandering. Unforgettable in both its confounding details (gilded ceilings, diabolical parlor games, a loaded gun) and haunting scope, Resnais' investigation into the nature of memory is disturbing, romantic, and maybe even a ghost story." -- Container58550ocn001498509book19500.77Queneau, RaymondBâtons, chiffres et lettresCriticism, interpretation, etc56612ocn006941718book19800.50Queneau, RaymondWe always treat women too well : a novelFictionSet in Dublin during the 1916 rebellion, this novel tells of a beauty trapped in a post office seized by rebels. This tale celebrates the imagination's power to transmute crude sensationalism into pure pleasure+-+K58526540656210ocn002542558book19760.47Queneau, RaymondThe Sunday of life : a novelFiction+-+409157663554867ocn001114818book19330.70Queneau, RaymondLe chiendent; roman"Depuis qu'elle avait vu un homme écrasé, vers les cinq heures de l'après-midi, devant la gare du Nord, Mme Cloche était enchantée."--Cover54260ocn004581503book19510.66Queneau, RaymondLe dimanche de la vie53261ocn000322035book19440.77Queneau, RaymondLoin de Rueil, romanFiction5027ocn021294491book19900.50Queneau, RaymondThe last daysHistoryFiction+-+759632910648149ocn000593170book19460.77Kojève, AlexandreIntroduction à la lecture de Hegel; leçons sur La phénoménologie de l'esprit, professées de 1933 à 1939 à l'École des hautes-études, réunies et pub. par Raymond QueneauCriticism, interpretation, etc44354ocn000856000book19480.79Queneau, RaymondL'instant fatal, précédé de Les ziaux43933ocn000289281book19680.66Queneau, RaymondLe Vol d'Icare13461ocn000283273book19570.37Brée, GermaineAn age of fiction; the French novel from Gide to CamusCriticism, interpretation, etc7542ocn000343370book19650.50Guicharnaud, JacquesRaymond Queneau59910ocn023275791book19630.84Bergens, AndréeRaymond QueneauCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyInterviewsAlso includes essays about Raymond Queneau4872ocn011972837book19850.59Thiher, AllenRaymond QueneauCriticism, interpretation, etc4547ocn050025567file19980.74Stump, JordanNaming & unnaming on Raymond QueneauCriticism, interpretation, etcNaming and Unnaming is a study that centers on the work of Raymond Queneau, one of the most influential French novelists of the twentieth century. Jordan Stump takes as his subject the many implications - epistemological, political, literary, sometimes even physical - of naming in Queneau's remarkable novels+-+43179785354504ocn011599639book19850.70Shorley, ChristopherQueneau's fiction : an introductory studyCriticism, interpretation, etcRaymond Queneau (1903-76) was an important and influential contemporary of Camus and Sartre and figures among the most significant of modern French writers, though his work is still not widely known in the English-speaking world. He was a poet, translator, publisher and encyclopedist, and also wrote for stage, cinema and concert hall. However his greatest achievement is probably to be found in his fictional works, of which the best known is Zazie dans le Metro+-+11700667054491ocn000336214book19670.56Nadeau, MauriceThe French novel since the warCriticism, interpretation, etcBeckett - Camus - De Beauvoir - Duras - Genet - Klossowski - Robbe-Grillet - Sagan - Sarraute - Satre - Vian - Claude Simone - Roger Villand - Gustave Flaubert - Julien Gracq; Contains a list of American translations of books mentioned in the text.; War themes - Existentialism - Concentration camps3832ocn000750005book19730.50Queneau, RaymondThe flight of IcarusFictionA "novel written in the form of a play: seventy-four short scenes, complete with stage directions ... It begins with a novelist's discovery that his principal character, Icarus by name, has vanished ... Before long, a number of desperate authors are found in search of their fugitive characters, who wander through the Paris of the 1890s, occaionally meeting one another, and even straying into new novels."--Back cover+-+48395766353422ocn020221242book19890.77Hale, Jane AlisonThe lyric encyclopedia of Raymond QueneauCriticism, interpretation, etc2872ocn011518163book19850.74Queneau, RaymondPounding the pavements ; Beating the bushes ; and other pataphysical poems2514ocn002000868book19600.74Quéval, JeanEssai sur Raymond Queneau; bibliographie, portraits, fac-similés2473ocn000844155book19670.79Gayot, PaulRaymond Queneau2223ocn000766689book19620.74Bens, JacquesQueneau2073ocn026129660book19910.84Souchier, EmmanuëlRaymond QueneauCriticism, interpretation, etc2045ocn000751772book19620.82Simonnet, ClaudeQueneau déchiffré (notes sur "Le Chiendent")Criticism, interpretation, etc2003ocn036930861book19960.86Queneau, RaymondJournaux (1914-1965)DiariesJournal1936ocn011669810book19710.84Quéval, JeanRaymond Queneau : portrait d'un poèteCriticism, interpretation, etc1861ocn023127741visu19910.29Malle, LouisZazie dans le métroFictionDramaFilm adaptationsZazie, an 11-year-old nuisance, must spend a few days with her uncle Noriet, a drag queen, in Paris after her mother goes off with a new lover. She wants nothing more than to ride the subway but a strike by the Paris Metro workers prevents this1761ocn014401291book19860.86Queneau, RaymondJournal 1939-1940 ; suivi de, Philosophes et voyousDiaries"Mémorial personnel vécu au jour le jour", pendant la drôle de guerre. Suivi d'une fantaisie philosophico-philologique (la partie la plus intéressante de ce livre d'intérêt bien mince)1726ocn019833139book19880.86Jouet, JacquesRaymond QueneauCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography+-+4091576635+-+4091576635Thu Oct 16 15:43:50 EDT 2014batch89895