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Thu Oct 16 17:59:03 2014 UTClccn-n800366960.31Journal d'un curé de campagne0.540.79Lettre aux Anglais44295297Georges_Bernanosn 80036696418834Bernanos.Bernanos 1888-1948Bernanos, G. 1888-1948Bernanos, G. (Georges), 1888-1948Bernanos, Georg.Bernanos, Georg 1888-1948Bernanos, GeorgesBernanos, Georges 1883-1948Bernanos, Jerzy.Bernanos, Z︠H︡. 1888-1948Bernanos, Z︠H︡. (Z︠H︡orz︠h︡), 1888-1948Bernanos, Z︠H︡orz︠h︡ 1888-1948Bernanos, Zōrz, 1888-1948ベルナノス, ジョルジュlccn-n50007234Mauriac, François1885-1970nrtlccn-n80126188Saint-Exupéry, Antoine de1900-1944lccn-n50010345Estève, Michelothauianndrtpbdedtaftlccn-n79061368Camus, Albert1913-1960prfnrtlccn-n79106134Sartre, Jean-Paul1905-1980lccn-n79063419Céline, Louis-Ferdinand1894-1961lccn-n79043630Gide, André1869-1951lccn-n79021736Proust, Marcel1871-1922lccn-n50054894Martin Du Gard, Roger1881-1958lccn-n80015508Poulenc, Francis1899-1963othhnrcmpBernanos, Georges1888-1948FictionDramaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyFilm adaptationsMusical settingsDiary fictionRecords and correspondenceFilm and video adaptationsBernanos, Georges,Mauriac, François,French fictionDuhamel, Georges,Saint-Exupéry, Antoine de,Gide, André,Proust, Marcel,Romains, Jules,Céline, Louis-Ferdinand,Camus, Albert,Malraux, André,Sartre, Jean-Paul,Giono, Jean,Green, Julien,Martin Du Gard, Roger,Giraudoux, Jean,Cocteau, Jean,French literatureFranceOperasBeauvoir, Simone de,PriestsBosco, Henri,Queneau, Raymond,Aragon,Breton, André,Aymé, Marcel,CarmelitesReligionFrench literature--Catholic authorsJouhandeau, Marcel,Ramuz, C. F.--(Charles Ferdinand),Radiguet, Raymond,Colette,Apollinaire, Guillaume,Alain-Fournier,Lenormand, H.-R.--(Henri-René),ClergyNovelists, FrenchOperas--Vocal scores with pianoDiariesCivil War (Spain :SpainFrench essaysClaudel, Paul,Bloy, Léon,Sexual ethicsTeenage boysFrance--Pas-de-CalaisEthics1888194818981900191419201925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320146185211695481843.91PQ2603.E5875ocn027822445ocn840329258ocn840330608ocn043330592ocn820476035ocn006841644ocn055522956ocn018767587ocn020912570ocn051664866ocn419722072ocn799660359ocn797386020ocn421762192ocn658821349ocn694034102ocn692020346ocn494730820ocn742840906ocn780966012ocn050807637ocn659281519ocn461666817ocn246487424ocn246488036ocn246486416ocn311506417ocn764765125ocn462472330ocn258449059ocn724904879ocn800364112ocn692035943ocn691983733ocn185706044ocn692035945ocn691983736ocn691946320ocn691982747ocn692034471ocn764899573ocn766622332ocn690869707ocn764899595ocn765658176ocn661305623ocn661205906ocn442232004ocn452763853ocn439715350ocn459785745ocn459632629ocn658816652ocn658817782ocn057685936ocn761875270ocn761875741ocn718840149ocn072014991ocn073643930ocn800204353ocn765346204ocn661243625ocn659281519ocn658821349ocn494716723ocn743078105ocn751105970215083ocn000708763book19370.33Bernanos, GeorgesThe diary of a country priestFictionDiary fictionIn this classic Catholic novel, Bernanos movingly recounts the life of a young French country priest who grows to understand his provincial parish while learning spiritual humility himself+-+58659363352045296ocn009678882book10830.39Bernanos, GeorgesJournal d'un curé de campagneFiction""Ma paroisse est une paroisse comme les autres. Toutes les paroisses se ressemblent. Les paroisses d'aujourd'hui, naturellement. Je le disais hier à M. le curé de Norenfontes : le bien et le mal doivent s'y faire équilibre ..." " Le don magnifique de Bernanos, c'est de rendre le surnaturel naturel" : François Mauriac. "Journal d'un curé de campagne" est, à n'en pas douter, le chef-d'oeuvre de Bernanos et c'est un livre bouleversant : G. Marcel. "Cet écrivain de race mérite le respect et la gratitude de tous les hommes libres" : Albert Camus+-+87777611771742238ocn004121632book10000.63Bernanos, GeorgesSous le soleil de SatanCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionEn Artois, l'histoire de l'abbé Donissan, curé de campagne, qui tentera de sauver Mouchette, la jeune meurtrière de son amant, de son désespoir et de la tentation du diable. Elle se tranchera la gorge, mais Donissan, dans sa fréquentation et sa résistance à Satan, aura trouvé l'étroit chemin de la sainteté1166137ocn041892488book19430.66Bernanos, GeorgesMonsieur OuineFiction"" In a small village in northern France, Monsieur Ouine, a retired professor, is taken in by the dull local squire, Anthelme de Né ré is, and soon rules the life of both Anthelme and his wife, Ginette. A fourteen-year-old fatherless boy, Philippe Dorval, flees home and, on impulse, follows Madame de Né ré is to her châ teau. There the squire, who is dying, tells the boy that his father is actually alive and well- that despite what Philippe' s mother had told him, his father had not died in World War I. The forsaken boy finds himself on that fatal evening succumbing to Monsieur Ouine' s embrace after falling into a drunken sleep in the old professor' s bed. The events of the tempestuous night lead to upheaval in the village the next morning, when, at dawn, a boy' s body is found afloat in a stream near the châ teau+-+7958678535111852ocn027822445rcrd19570.53Poulenc, FrancisDialogues des CarmélitesHistoryMusical settingsMusicDramaOperasThe tragic fate of the nuns of the Carmelite convent at Copiègne during the French Revolution inspired one of Francis Poulenc's most personal works, and one of the most profoundly moving operas in the repertoire. At its center is Isabel Leonard as Blanche de la Force, a shy young aristocratic woman who joins the order on the eve of the Revolution, flees when the sisters, forced to leave their convent, take a vow of martyrdom, and is finally reunited with them as they face death by the guillotine. Felicity Palmer is Madame de Croissy, Patricia Racette is Madame Lidoine, and Elizabeth Bishop is Mother Marie. Paul Appleby and David Pittsinger co-star as Blanche's brother and father1056128ocn000343376book18980.63Bernanos, GeorgesOeuvres romanesques : suivies de Dialogues des carmélitesDrama959124ocn000717635book19000.59Bernanos, GeorgesDialogues des CarmélitesDrama929150ocn008884070book19200.66Bernanos, GeorgesLa joie861132ocn000753101book19350.63Bernanos, GeorgesUn crime801122ocn004120347book19380.63Bernanos, GeorgesLes grands cimetières sous la luneHistory"En 1936, la guerre civile éclate en Espagne. Bernanos d'abord séduit par le franquisme, est très vite révolté par la violence de la répression anti-républicaine. De cette révolte naîtront les Gands cimetières sous la lune762113ocn000343219book19270.66Bernanos, GeorgesNouvelle histoire de MouchetteParu pour la première fois en 1937, ce récit raconte les aventure de Mouchette, 14 ans, fille d'un couple d'ivrognes et adolescente solitaire. Elle rencontre un braconnier, Arsène, puis retourne au chevet de sa mère mourante. Celle-ci meurt et Mouchette prépare l'enterrement, tout en se rebellant contre ceux qui veulent l'aider. Elle se suicide dans une mare, vaincue par la fatalité6799ocn000802227book19550.56Bernanos, GeorgesLast essays63514ocn000914201book19660.39Bernanos, GeorgesMouchetteFictionRelates the story of the young outcast peasant girl, Mouchette... and her search for the compassion and strength to combat her loneliness+-+4606265406526105ocn015725882book19270.66Bernanos, GeorgesL'imposture, roman52263ocn000289990book19500.74Bernanos, GeorgesUn mauvais rêve; romanFictionRecords and correspondenceGanse fut une des plus grandes gloires littéraires françaises. Agé, on le sollicite, on le presse mais il se sait fichu. L'inspiration l'a quitté. Seule sa secrétaire pourrait lui rendre l'envie de fouiller une nouvelle fois l'âme humaine. Une femme étrange, froide, calculatrice, au passé mystérieux. Mais à trop remuer la boue, Ganse risque de réveiller des démons criminels50357ocn004721359book19410.79Bernanos, GeorgesLettre aux Anglais50256ocn001740146book19460.77Bernanos, GeorgesLa France contre les robotsEcrit en 1944, ce texte est un cri d'alarme et d'angoisse poussé par un croyant plein de fureur contre la "civilisation des machines". Suivi de divers articles, conférences, discours et interviews des années 1939-194546650ocn002831248score19570.56Poulenc, FrancisDialogues of the Carmelites : an opera in 3 acts and 12 scenesHistoryDrama+-+670625981543566ocn006599626book19480.56Bernanos, GeorgesDialogues des carmélitesDramaThéâtre avec trente personnages: vingt-et-une femmes, neuf hommes4158ocn045259117book19460.53Bernanos, GeorgesJoy16021ocn000336282book19670.33Peyre, HenriFrench novelists of todayCriticism, interpretation, etcHonore Balzac - Charles Baudelaire - Maurice Barres - John Paul Sartre - Simone de Bouvoire - Maurice Blanchot - Germaine Bree - Albert Camus; Paul Claudel - Colette - Celine - Jean Giraudoux - Andre Gide - Dumas - Gustave Flaubert - Andre Gide - Andre Malraux - Francois Mauriac -Picon - Nietzsche - Blaise Pascal - Jean Racine; Stendhal - Claude Simone - Sarraute - Saint-Exupery - Emile Zola13461ocn000283273book19570.37Brée, GermaineAn age of fiction; the French novel from Gide to CamusCriticism, interpretation, etc11401ocn000228513book19660.35Moore, Harry ThorntonTwentieth-century French literatureCriticism, interpretation, etc10033ocn311308074file20070.53Tobin, Michael RobinsonGeorges Bernanos the theological source of his artCriticism, interpretation, etc"French journalist, polemicist, and novelist Georges Bernanos (1888-1948) is perhaps best known through Robert Bresson's film adaptation of Journal d'un cure de campagne (winner of the Grand prix du roman de l'Academie francaise published in English as Diary of a Country priest), Francis Poulenc's operatic adaptation of Dialogues des Carmelites, his first novel Sous le soleil de Satan, and the essay Grands cimetieres sous la lune." "Michael Tobin's study is part literary criticism, part biography. Tobin follows Bernanos and his family from France to Spain during the Civil War and then to Brazil and North Africa. He also provides a thematic synthesis of Bernanos's novels and his extensive body of non-fiction, demonstrating that one fundamental theological truth - the Incarnation of God in Jesus Christ - was the unifying factor in Bernanos's entangled political and social criticism and the engine of his creative imagination." "Recent English translations of some of Bernanos's novels have sparked renewed interest in his work in North America. Georges Bernanos includes Tobin's translation of essential texts that have never before appeared in English."--BOOK JACKET+-+87878082258506ocn000880229book19730.53Speaight, RobertGeorges Bernanos; a study of the man and the writerBiography7104ocn053997037visu20040.31Bernanos, GeorgesJournal d'un curé de campagneDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsA new priest arrives in the French country village of Ambricourt to attend to his first parish. The rural congregation rejects him immediately. Through his country diary entries, the suffering young man relays a crisis of faith that threatens to drive him away from the village and God7004ocn000339668book19650.56Blumenthal, Gerda RThe poetic imagination of Georges Bernanos; an essay in interpretation6754ocn000065902book19690.50Bush, WilliamGeorges BernanosCriticism, interpretation, etc6108ocn000343264book19540.63Bernanos, GeorgesBernanos par lui-mêmeCriticism, interpretation, etc5874ocn000860072book19600.59Molnar, Thomas StevenBernanos : his political thought and prophecy / by Thomas MolnarHistory+-+77845551065454ocn001063741book19650.56Hebblethwaite, PeterBernanos : an introduction4293ocn000557577book19470.66Heppenstall, RaynerThe double image : mutations of Christian mythology in the work of four French Catholic writers of to-day and yesterdayHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc4289ocn000236527book19140.66Chaigne, LouisGeorges BernanosCriticism, interpretation, etc3218ocn000457827book19670.74Milner, MaxGeorges BernanosCriticism, interpretation, etc31514ocn004366607book19620.79Gaucher, GuyGeorges Bernanos; ou, L'invincible espéranceCriticism, interpretation, etc3082ocn000280010book19650.70Debluë, HenriLes romans de Georges Bernanos; ou, Le défi du rêve2835ocn000359218book19590.77Estève, MichelLe sens de l'amour dans les romans de BernanosCriticism, interpretation, etc2668ocn000318718book19620.77Bush, WilliamSouffrance et expiation dans la pensée de Bernanos2563ocn000301035book19690.79Fitch, Brian TDimensions et structures chez Bernanos; essai de méthode critique2502ocn000655801book19650.70Estève, MichelBernanos ...+-+5865936335+-+5865936335Thu Oct 16 16:08:20 EDT 2014batch99839