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Un coup de dés jamais n'abolira le hasard = Casting the dice once never will abolish chance : multimedia presentation

Author: Stéphane MallarméPenny FlorenceNicole Ward JouveYves BonnefoyJason WhittakerAll authors
Publisher: Oxford, England : European Humanities Research Centre, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Interactive multimedia : CD for computer : French
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Mallarme's last poem is a founding work of European modernism. The CD-ROM offers text and English translation, contemporary lithographs and music, together with readings.
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Genre/Form: Translations
Translations into English
Material Type: Interactive multimedia
Document Type: Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Stéphane Mallarmé; Penny Florence; Nicole Ward Jouve; Yves Bonnefoy; Jason Whittaker; Claude Debussy; Odilon Redon; University of Oxford. European Humanities Research Centre.
ISBN: 1900755491 9781900755498
OCLC Number: 48945980
Language Note: In French-English text.
Notes: Poetry.
Title from label on CD-ROM (viewed Jan. 5th, 2002).
CD-ROM accompanied by one booklet, titled: Un coup de dés jamais nábolira le hasard; and one folded sheet with CD-ROM instructions.
Booklet and CD-ROM are both inside sleeve.
One folded sheet containing CD-ROM instructions inside jewel case with CD-ROM.
Credits: Editor, translator, introduction, Penny Florence ; programming, design, Jason Whittaker ; text, music, Claude Debussy ; lithographs, Odilon Redon.
Cast: Readers, Nicole Ward Jouve, Yves Bonnefoy, Penny Florence.
Target Audience: College students and adults, undergraduate level.
Description: 1 CD-ROM : sd. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (75 p. ; 13 x 15 cm.) + 1 folded sheet.
Details: System requirements: PC with 150 MHz processor running Windows 95/98/ NT, 32M RAM, 8x CD-ROM drive and a display capable of 1024 by 768 resolution. The CD-ROM is not suitable for use with Apple Macintosh computers. The text of the booklet is an Adobe PDF file.
Other Titles: Casting the dice once never will abolish chance
Responsibility: edited, translated and introduced by Penny Florence.

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Mallarme's last poem is a founding work of European modernism. The CD-ROM offers text and English translation, contemporary lithographs and music, together with readings.

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