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Cazé, Antoine

Works: 11 works in 18 publications in 1 language and 172 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Psychological fiction  Domestic fiction  Study guides  History  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Drama  Portraits 
Roles: Director, Translator
Classifications: PS3561.E667, 813.54
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Publications about Antoine Cazé
Publications by Antoine Cazé
Most widely held works by Antoine Cazé
The Scarlet letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne by Nathaniel Hawthorne( Book )
1 edition published in 2005 in French and held by 63 libraries worldwide
The Scarlet Letter, published in 1850, is an American novel written by Nathaniel Hawthorne and is generally considered to be his magnum opus. Set in Puritan Boston in the seventeenth century, it tells the story of Hester Prynne, who gives birth after committing adultery, refuses to name the father, and struggles to create a new life of repentance and dignity. Throughout the novel, Hawthorne explores the issues of grace, legalism, sin, and guilt. - Excerpted from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Intuitive navigation. . Text annotation and mark-up
Sometimes a great notion : a novel by Ken Kesey( Book )
1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 23 libraries worldwide
The magnificent second novel from the legendary author of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and Sailor Song is a wild-spirited and hugely powerful tale of an Oregon logging clan. A bitter strike is raging in a small lumber town along the Oregon coast. Bucking that strike out of sheer cussedness are the Stampers: Henry, the fiercely vital and overpowering patriarch; Hank, the son who has spent his life trying to live up to his father; and Viv, who fell in love with Hank's exuberant machismo but now finds it wearing thin. And then there is Leland, Henry's bookish younger son, who returns to his family on a mission of vengeance - and finds himself fulfilling it in ways he never imagined. Out of the Stamper family's rivalries and betrayals Ken Kesey has crafted a novel with the mythic impact of Greek tragedy
The tall man by Chloe Hooper( Book )
2 editions published between 2009 and 2013 in French and held by 19 libraries worldwide
In November 2004, in the small township of Palm Island in the far north of Queensland, Detective Hurley arrested Cameron Doomadgee for swearing at him. Doomadgee was drunk. A few hours later he was dead, his liver (according to the inquest) so badly damaged it was almost severed
Un vrai crime pour livre d'enfant by Chloe Hooper( Book )
3 editions published between 2002 and 2004 in French and held by 18 libraries worldwide
Kate est la maîtresse de Thomas Marne, père de l'un de ses élèves de CM1. Veronica, la femme de Thomas, est en train d'écrire le récit du meurtre de Ellie Siddelle, une jeune femme qui était la maîtresse d'un homme marié. Troublée par les coïncidences entre son parcours et celui d'Ellie, Kate décide de se pencher sur son cas et d'en écrire l'histoire. Un premier roman
La taille des pensées by Nicholson Baker( Book )
2 editions published between 2004 and 2006 in French and held by 15 libraries worldwide
Songs for the butcher's daughter : a novel by Peter Manseau( Book )
3 editions published between 2011 and 2013 in French and held by 12 libraries worldwide
Summer, sweltering, 1996. A book warehouse in western Massachusetts. A man at the beginning of his adult life -- and the end of his career rope -- becomes involved with a woman, a language, and a great lie that will define his future. Most auspiciously of all, he runs across Itsik Malpesh, a ninetysomething Russian immigrant who claims to be the last Yiddish poet in America. When a set of accounting ledgers in which Malpesh has written his memoirs surfaces -- twenty-two volumes brimming with adventure, drama, deception, passion, and wit -- the young man is compelled to translate them, telling Malpesh's story as his own life unfolds, and bringing together two paths that coincide in shocking and unexpected ways. Moving from revolutionary Russia to New York's Depression-era Lower East Side to millennium's-end Baltimore with drama, adventure, and boisterous, feisty charm to spare, the unpeeling of this friendship is a story of the entire twentieth century. For fans of Nicole Krauss, Nathan Englander, Richard Powers, Amy Bloom, and Lore Segal, this book will amaze at every turn: narrated by two poets (one who doesn't know he is and one who doesn't know he isn't), it is a wise and warm look at the constant surprises and ineluctable ravages of time. It's a book about religion, love, and typesetting -- how one passion can be used to goad and thwart the other -- and most of all, about how faith in the power of words can survive even the death of a language. A novel of faith lost and hope found in translation, Songs for the Butcher's Daughter is at once an immigrant's epic saga, a love story for the ages, a Yiddish-inflected laughing-through-tears tour of world history for Jews and Gentiles alike, and a testament to Manseau's ambitious genius
Surveillance by Jonathan Raban( Book )
1 edition published in 2009 in French and held by 10 libraries worldwide
A Seattle, où rôdent la mort et la peur à l'ère d'Internet, des personnages ne parviennent plus à distinguer la réalité de son simulacre : Tad Zachary, un acteur en mal de reconnaissance, Lucy Bengstrom, une journaliste rédigeant un article sur le professeur A. Vanags, spécialiste des relations diplomatiques pendant la guerre froide, sa fille Alida et un émigré chinois
A box of matches : a novel by Nicholson Baker( Book )
1 edition published in 2006 in French and held by 6 libraries worldwide
One man's simple, colloquial meditations on his past, his family, and his life's daily minutia are the substance of Nicholson Baker's A Box of Matches. Feeling that life is passing him by, Emmett, a middle-aged medical textbook editor, decides to wake up early each day to sit by a fire in his country house and record his thoughts in a diary. "Good morning," Emmett begins, "it's January and its 4:17 a.m., and I'm going to sit here in the dark." From this vantage point, Emmett reflects stream-of-consciousness style on whatever occurs to him, no matter how mundane: his recent trip to Home Depot, how he met his wife, the habits of the family duck. Routines, such as how he makes his morning coffee in the dark or picks up his underwear with his toes, are described with childlike reverence and directness. For many, life is made up of such apparent trivialities, and that only by pausing to appreciate them can anyone gain any lasting satisfaction. Baker emphasizes this through the moments of understated wisdom and joy that Emmett derives from ordinary occurrences, such as the daylight through the window: "a simple light that goes everywhere but with no heat, aware that it is taken for granted and content to be so."
Bernice se coiffe à la garçonne ; précédé de Le pirate de la côte by F. Scott Fitzgerald( Book )
1 edition published in 2014 in French and held by 3 libraries worldwide
Thomas McGrath une allotopie poétique américaine ? by Vincent Dussol( Book )
2 editions published between 2004 and 2006 in French and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Si l'œuvre de Thomas McGrath (1916-1990) a ses partisans fervents, la visibilité critique de ce poète natif du Dakota du Nord reste faible. Ce travail examine les raisons qui ont pu contribuer à son écartement. L'hypothèse ici avancée est que l'extrême éloignement des cadres de référence que l'œuvre convoque - essentiellement le communisme et l'irlandicité - brise des attentes enracinées tant dans les continuités (isotopies) du spectre politique que dans celles de la poésie américaine. Le terme d' " allotopie ", introduit par Groupe µ, désigne ici ce point de rupture. La thèse fait apparaître le degré élevé de cohérence de la dissidence mcgrathienne articulée autour des charnières multidirectionnelles de la nature et du romantisme et s'attache à montrer la forme poétique comme canal privilégié d'exploration de voies politiques inédites : elle s'appuie pour cela sur les 400 pages de l'épopée de McGrath, LETTER TO AN IMAGINARY FRIEND
"Dissidentités" la double absence / double appartenance de nouvellistes américains (1992-2003) by Diane Isabelle Hélène Sabatier( Book )
1 edition published in 2008 in French and held by 1 library worldwide
This thesis studies short-stories by american writers born between 1961 and 1969, at the core of the debate over the civil rights. It presents the dual senses of absence and belonging as seen by Randall Kenan and Stephanie Allen (African-American authors), Sherman Alexie and Susan Power (native American), David Rice, Sergio Troncoso and Oscar Casares (Mexican-American), Vírgíl Suárez (Cuban American), Thomas Glave (Jamaican-American), Edwidge Danticat (Haitian-American), Junot Díaz (Dominican-American), Lan Samantha Chang (Chinese-American), Linh Dinh (Vietnamese-American), Ginu Kamani (Maharashtran-American), and Jhumpa Lahiri (Bengali-American). They respectively write about the dis/possessions of their African and native American ancestors' lands, the frontiers experienced through the symbolic Mexican immigrations, the 'in-betweens" shaped by Caribbean emigrations, and the fragments from Asia. Their collections, published between 1992 and 2003, tackle the implications of their inscriptions in the United States following their ancestors' forced displacement, their family's or their own (real or figurative) migration into the "American Dream". In these collections, they discuss what is at stake in the tension between a collective discourse and their intimate voice at the transition towards the 21st century. These writers put in the wake of the aesthetic aspect of their very personal style an original questioning on the estrangement ethnic minorities still undergo in the United States. These fifteen authors underline the need to debunk American myths and hyphenated identities but also their own minorities
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