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Suzuki a la dent dure, Artima Suzuki lance un sos, Artima His father, Adrien Decourcelle, and his uncle, Adolphe d'Ennery, were both authors. From the s onward he created many comedies, opera libretti and adaptations of novels for the stage.

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Bourget also collaborated with Decourcelle in their adaptation of Idylle tragique for the stage. Caning, illustration of the fate of the convicts by Zaccone Pierre Zaccone 2 April — 12 April was a popular 19th-century French novelist. He wrote serialized novels, including several detective novels. In addition to popular scientific and esoteric books, at the turn of the century he began writing fiction. Works non-exhaustive list Novels Dans la peau, Librairie artistique Miss Betty, suivi de Chez Satan, Librairie artistique He has worked since this date on Arte. He hosted the religious program Agape one Sunday a month, on France 2 in connection with the religious show The day of the Lord until January [1] and from May in a shorter form the show shortened from 52 to 26 minutes.

In September , he released the last volume of the trilogy Mort d'une drag-queen. He also published a noir crime novel collection under the title number 24 entitled Cocu de sac. A Television journalist, he mainly works for Arte and he lives several months a year in Australia.

Lerne - Undergod] , which he dedicated to H. Eventually, when the Sarvants come to the realization that men are intelligent, they release their captives. Berthet was born in Limoges. A most prolific writer, he wrote more than novels about Paris, criminal affairs, the prehistoric world, and other subjects.

His Les Houilleurs de Polignies is reported to have been one of the inspirations for Zola's Germinal. Appearing on television programme After Dark in Philippe Daudy — was a member of the French Resistance, a journalist, a novelist, a publisher and a businessman. An Anglophile Frenchman, he moved to England and wrote a best-selling book about the English. Origins Daudy was born on 17 June and spent his childhood in Ethiopia, where his father, Bernard Daudy, was the medical officer for the French-run Imperial Railway Company of Ethiopia,[1] but died young from a snake bite.

He was wounded in an attack on a Gestapo transport depot at Villeurbanne[1] and was awarded the Croix de Guerre. Centre national de la recherche scientifique, "CNRS" , where he is a specialist in electoral geography. Biography Bussi was born on 29 April 29, in Louviers, Eure. He began writing in the s. He wrote his first novel, set around the Normandy landings, when he was a young geography lecturer at the University of Rouen, but it was rejected by several publishing houses.

Ten years later, inspired by a trip to Rome at the peak of popularity of Dan Brown's Yves Malartic was a French writer. He also wrote a biography in Tenzing Norgay in and was one of the translators of the American writer Chester Himes. References "Histoire de la traduction en Occident: Armand Lanoux 24 October - 23 March was a French writer. Biography Lanoux was born in Paris. Early in life he had several jobs: He participated in drafting the Code des Usages. He wrote in many genres: From to , he spent several months a year in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat.

In , he earned accolades in winning the Prix Goncourt for his novel "When the tide goes out. In , he adapted the novel by Balzac L Retrieved 2 February He wrote police novels written in collaboration under the pseudonym Bernard-Paul Lallier. He eventually returned to journalism and worked successively for several publications, including Jours de France, Valeurs actuelles and Le Figaro. This novel had a sequel, L'Ange du paradis, published in In , Deschodt used the same pseudonym to write the thriller In his novel Brecht's Mistress French: La Nuit tombante Jeunesse dans une ville normande La Peau du monde L'Homme du silence Works All of his works were published with Le Livre de poche except when otherwise noted.

Nous allions vers les beaux jours "We went to the beautiful days" Monsieur papa "Mister Daddy" L'amour aveugle "Blind love" Dans les bras du vent "In the arms of the wind" Rue des bons-enfants "Street of the good children" Kobar, Albin Michel It is an "educational novel, a novel about disillusionment", Mathieu said. Dominique Muller in Dominique Muller, real name Dominique Muller-Wakhevitch, 9 August ,[1] Strasbourg is a French journalist and novelist, author of several historical mysteries. A rationalist and follower of the ide Gilles Vincent born 11 September , Issy-les-Moulineaux is a French-language writer, author of detective novels, a collection of short stories, a novel and two thrillers for adolescents.

Parjures, Jigal Polar Djebel, Jigal Polar Trois heures avant l'aube, Jigal Polar Hyenae, Jigal Polar Sad Sunday obtained the Prix Marseillais du Polar Sad Sunday de Gilles Vincent, 2 oct. His father is a polytechnicien who became an officer of the colonial army, reaching the rank of general at retirement and his mother, a housewife, is a self-taught reader.

It's his father's poetry buff that will give him the taste for books that he will quickly devour in the family library or at school[2] After studying in Nice he became a teacher. In a piece for Le Monde, P His Bulgarian father allowed him to develop a critical mind and his need for freedom, bequeathing him "the imperious taste of barbed wire and shoving confiscated thoughts" blurb for the short story Brown Morning. Life experience He spent over twenty years in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and France in the area of community social development and the defense of children's rights.

He is a psychologist expert with Courts of Appeal. A first novel appears in in the Black Series collection Gallimard. Twenty-five other books will follow, in the field of romantic fiction, the travel diary, poetry - and youth novels Syros Editions Albin Michel Jeunesse, Rue du Monde. The last adult novels are published by Albin Michel: Art brings us to the edge of the incomprehensible. The poems, in their alchemy and geology, are fragments of dreams, enigmas, shafts of light, part myth, and part fable.

Mysticism constitutes the experience of what transcends us while inhabiting us. Poetry, as creation, borders on it. The ultimate aim is reverence for the universe. The ultimate aim is love for life. The ultimate aim is harmony within oneself. What defines my writing is the sacred dimension of the poetic experience. And it is founded in very concrete reality, a reconciliation of the spiritual and the carnal. It speaks of transformation and seeks the unison of all that lives.

Clearly, your poetry is enjoyed by a wide range of different readers; but I was wondering if you have a kind of ideal reader? That is, who is the reader you imagine when you are writing? Thank you for saying that. As a translator, Cardona has worked at embassies and as an actress, had roles in successful films such as Chocolat , Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and Jurassic World She has published in several journals and magazines, among them World Literature Today and Asymptote. She ultimately learns to let go, to trust in the ripeness of the moment. But the struggles along the way only toughen the frame and strengthen the spirit: An expectation for the unexpected remains alive like an unextinguishable flame: Death is hardly an event because she has just happily dissolved into the earth and the sky from which her individuality had emerged in the first place.

She has merely changed state from solid to liquid to ether. And this is a sequence that will be played again and again. Cummings and Carl Sagan. The words of the poet: The poems throughout the book explore various poetic and artistic legacies, from Welsh medieval legend to Klimt, Cocteau and Spielberg, that comprise something like an ages-old enterprise in the pursuit of rapture or a hyper-mode of being. My mother blows directions in my ear from the other side. The spokes of the wheel loosen amidst thoughts like wind storms containing all humanity.

The speaker exists somewhere between the mythical and the all-too-human. Thrust into the world, the poet as growing child encounters a widening terrain, from France to Italy, Germany, Geneva, Spain, Wales, and America: My mother cries at the Paris airport. She breaks my heart but the pull is stronger. A subsequent poem, in fourteen lines of free verse, echoes this non-position. Simulating existence suspended in a pulse of being and nothingness, the book alternates free and formal poetry, with pantoums, sonnets and sonnet-like forms interspersed among the predominantly free verse.

Her work presents a tender, pensile world that merits repeated line by line explorations. Hallman Generally speaking, poems are monolingual. That is, what a poem has to say is generally held to be specific enough to be fixed to a singular language event. Technically speaking, a note at the front tells us the English came first, but Cardona was born in Paris, so perhaps even their original composition was a sort of translation. What can you really say about a poet who holds three passports, speaks god knows how many languages, and appears to have mastered a number of arts? In addition to the two books of poetry, Cardona produced a thesis on Henry James, published translated works by Gabriel Arnou-Laujeac and Dorianne Laux, and, most prominently, has an extensive acting career that includes speaking roles in Chocolat and Jurassic World.

And to be honest, when I hear about these people, part of me wants to say come on, man, enough is enough. Too much limelight burns as surely does a summer sun. Even Dylan thought his Nobel was weird. But Cardona is different, I think, and that dissertation on James is the clue. In both letters and fiction, James asserted that all the arts are one, and what he meant was that a novel can aspire to do what the gigantic Tintorettos in the Louvre do. In short, we should no sooner segregate media than people. En route, there are these poetic hesitations, the vibrancy of life trapped in amber.

As well, Cardona surprises with jarring aphorisms. These simple blooms will stay with you for a time. But then they will fade, because ultimately a poet is not a voice or an image or a phrase. A poet is a mood. Highly unusual in a house on the southern coast of England close on miles from Edinburgh. As I threw open the windows with a clear view of Cap Gris Nez on the French coast 20 miles away the music grew louder. The air was suffused with the year old air lamenting the Scottish fallen at the Battle of Flodden, the crash of the waves and the wind in the trees on the cliffside.

As she writes in the poem, In Search for Benevolent Immortality: Cardona wrote each poem first in English and then in French, linguistically reflecting the fact that she was born in France and now lives in the USA. But a life in suspension for Cardona is a life suspended between many different languages and lands, cherished memories and experiences in a variety of different tongues, and the ancestral voices she hears are as multi-lingual as she is: As an acclaimed and accomplished poet, actor her credits include: Chocolat, Mumford,The Foot Journey, Heroes Reborn , and literary translator, language and literature are her lifeblood and passion and she is as beautifully deft with the words of others as she with her own.

The reflections you give me, conjure, surrender from within, I throw into the fire, the cauldron of resolutions. They burn into embers and flickers that evolve into butterflies. They flutter away, heal and free you of all chains So they can revisit and reinvent who you are. Let the dance begin. As a teenager Cardona spent time in Wales, and later in Ireland, and the collection and, for me, particularly the poems in the third part take inspiration from Celtic legend, from Ceridwen, a mother, an enchantress, and the Celtic goddess of rebirth, transformation, of whom Medieval Welsh poetry speaks of having possessed the cauldron of poetic inspiration.

The poems are a combination of worldly sophistication and fairytale. Cardona is an actor, and singer as well as writer, and her musical background speaks to how she lays her lines with subsets of rhythm. She chooses words that leave a lingering presence, line to line with a light hand, impressionistic, and yet exact. Cardona distills minutes and crystallizes images.

Time Remembered Do you remember when you were wolf and I fawn when you were a fly caught in my web when you were snake and I bear remember how we enchanted each other through centuries devoured one other became the other? That everything happens at the right time. While the casual poetry reader will enjoy the array of spectacular diction, imagery, and overall musical cadence of the piece, the hardcore enthusiast will find himself wading in a gold mine of rich thoughts and observations. To that end, audiences will find that each time they read the same poem, they will uncover a gem that went unseen in the first go-around.

The defining characteristic of Life in Suspension is its authenticity, both in presentation and style. Equipped with a dual English and French translation, it matters little whether the reader is versed in French. Each of the French versions, when read aloud, are evocative and compelling, and just downright pleasing to the ears.

The Memory Collector recalls a multitude of memories, increasing in age and intensity. Life in Suspension is melodious in reading, but dives into uncharted metaphysical and spiritual depths as well. A Lyrical Search This is a poignant book, much of it based on the author's own experience. The first two parts are filled with images of her childhood from across Europe as well as with portraits of lost family members for whom she has become a "gardener of memories. The French and English versions are distinct, with interesting differences: The poet is also a translator, editor of an anthology of Poetry and Aesthetics, and an essayist.

The poetry in this collection was originally written in English and then translated by the poet into French. Her collection is separated thematically into four sections which seem to bear a correlation with life cycles. Many of Cardona's works revolve around her family, most particularly her mother whose essence seems omnipresent for her daughter as expressed in her opening poem, To Kitty, Who Loved the Sea and Somerset Maugham: But in that family is also the world embraced in miniature: Helene Cardona's bilingual collection of poetry, Life in Suspension: La Vie Suspendue , reels with energy and images that pour out into the reader's consciousness.

Five portraits of Gresset. Portraits of Rousseau and Virgil. An autograph letter of the Author is inserted. This superb copy formerly belonged to Alexander M. Geneve Paris, 32 J. Frotitispiece by Marillier en- graved by Delignon. Fleuron on title, 3 vignettes and 36 beautiful culs-de-lampe by Cochin. Frontispiece, fleuron on titles by Cochin, a portrait of the Queen, Marie Leczinska, above the engraved dedication, after Nattier by Gaucher, 3 vignettes by Cochin, engraved by Moreau, and 31 culs- de-lampe, by Moreau. An autograph letter of the author is inserted, " Ce beau livre est tres rare sur papier de HoUande.

Witk arms by Folkema, on each of the titles, portrait of the author by L. Tocqud, engraved by J. Will, portraits and plans by Folkema, Schley, Bernigeroth, Sysang, and others, one of the plates is a mezzotint by Burford of London; ornamental capitals, charming vignettes by Marstaller, Folkema, etc.

There is a title in red and black to each part. A portrait of the author from the same plate as the one included in the work, but with an inscription in English rhyme, is added. Londini, Pine, 1 2 vols. A copy of the Suppressed Issue, having on page of the second volume the words on the medal, Post. An Uncut copy is possibly Unique. Finden, Staines, Philli- brocon.

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Morocco a la romantique. The plates are Open Letter Proofs. Inserted is an autograph letter of the Author. Paris, 1 80 1. Contemporary calf, gilt edges. A copy on Large Holland Paper. The plates are Proofs Before Letters. The very curious plate at page i6o vol. Collier is intended for the Cardinal de Rohan; and at Saverne, the supposed place of printing, the Cardinal's chateau was situated. Frontispiece and title by Eisen engraved by Le Mire, and 56 vignettes. An issue unknown to Cohen, who simply mentions a later edition with only 55 vignettes.

He does not mention the engraved title as being by Eisen. With Z folding plates of the ceremonies engraved by Mangin. A Large Paper copy. The beautiful plates are India Paper Proofs. Le tout enrichi de Figures en taille douce, dessinees sur les Lieux memes. Gottlieb Kypseler de Munster.

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Frontispiece, plates and maps by J anss: Contemporary olive morocco, doublure of red morocco with rich dentelle borders, gilt on marbled edges by Padeloup. Piquenot, and Madame Ponce, and plates of music. Frontispiece and 2 fleurons on titles by Scotin. Amsterdam Paris , Por- traits of La Fontaine and Risen after Rigaud and Vispri, engraved by Ficquet; and of Choffard, in a cul-de-lampe, by himself; 80 beautiful plates by Eisen, engraved by Aliamet, and others; 4 vignettes and 53 culs-de-lampe by Choffard.

Red morocco by Derome, with his ticket. A very fine and tall copy. The plates " Le Cas 40 J. Red morocco by Derome, A splendid copy of this beautiful book in a fine contemporary binding. The thirteen Suppressed plates are as follow: La Gageure de Trois Commeres. Le Calendrier des Vieillards. On ne s'avise jamais de tout. L'Oraison de Saint Julien. Small 8vo, Charm- ing frontispiece, 2 fleurons on titles and 69 vignettes, all unsigned.

This fine copy was formerly Monsieur Dumont's, maitre en chirurgerie. Londres Paris, Cazin , Lingie, Mail let, H. Cohen says 3 of the plates are unsigned — the present has 5 unsigned. The First Edition of this great French classic. Each Fable is illus- trated with an en-tite. An Imperial Paper copy.

Paris, 1 Printed on the Largest Holland Paper. Copies thus printed are, says 5. Each volume is preserved in a morocco case.

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Beautiful impressions of the plates by Simon and Coiny. Nouvelle Edition, Revue, mise en ordre, et accompagnde de notes, par C. With fine impressions of the numerous plates. Portrait engraved by Choffard from the -miniature by Petitot. Contemporary green rnorocco by Derome. A superb large vellum paper copy. An uncut copy is probably unique. An autograph letter signed of the Author is inserted. Select Parts of the Human Body. Heads, with the various Passions of the Soul. Academy and Groups of Figures.

Beasts and Birds of various kinds. With Outlines to each Plate. Made easier to the Compre- hension of Beginners. Contemporary calf, Cohen Temp6 et Paris, Becquet, engraved by Lapagelet and Benoit. The plates are Proofs with the inscriptions etched in. They include " La Maison du pdcheur," and a most curious illustration of a dirigible balloon with sails. An edition unknown to Cohen, who only mentions the later edition of with but 19 plates. Cherubin de la Ronda tires d'un Manuscrit Espagnol. The first edition of the first three books.

A reprint with a continuation, was published at La Haye in The above was originally intended to be the complete work, as seen by the words, "Fin du Troisieme et dernier Livre," on page Frontispiece, by Magdeleine Horthemels. The frontispiece was reproduced for the edition.

Edition ornde de Figures en taille douce, grav6es par les meilleurs Artistes de Paris: I'an troisieme - 4 vols. A superb copy on thick paper. Frontispiece by Coypel, and 29 plates, by the Regent, Philippe d' Orleans, engraved by Audran, and 4 culs- de-lampe by Cochin. One of the scarce examples in 4to mentioned by Cohen Red morocco, the backs tooled with a pastoral figure in each of the panels, by Derome. A beautiful book in a remarkably fine binding. Half green morocco, uncut. Excessively rare in this condition.

Paris, An Sep- tieme Portrait of Jean de Meung, and 3 charming plates after Monnet by Patas. The present is the superb Wodhull copy. Suivent les Cent Nouvelles contena'nt les cent Histoires Nouveaux, qui sont moult plaisans a raconter, en toutes bonnes Compagnies. In this copy the plates are tirage a part. A document signed by Louis XI is inserted. Grands Tableaux DU Roy.

Comprising 7 superb engravings, from pictures in the collection of Louis XIV depicting some of the battles of Alexander the Great , after Le Brun, by Audran ; the famous picture after P. Tableaux du Cabinet du Roy. Statues et Bustes Antiques. Engraved by Mellan and Baudet. Frontispiece representing Lotds XIV, ordering the erection of the Hotel des Invalides, and a vignette and initial capital to the dedica- tion, by Bonnart, and 1 9 large folding plates engraved by Lepautre and Marot.

These four superb volumes are uniformly bound in red morocco by RuETTE, with the arms of Louis XIV impressed on the sides, and his crowned chiffre stamped at each of the four corners of the covers, and also impressed in the panels on the back. They were afterwards in the library of Sir Robert Throckmorton, and each volume contains his ex-libris. Paris, An VI de la Republique A copy with the plates in the same state as those in the present copy sold in the Turner sale for 3, francs.

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From the library of David Garrick with his ex-libris in each volume; also a printed label with the following inscription: An Uncut Copy on Holland Paper. Uncut copies are most rare.

Engraved title, frontispiece, and plates after Chasselat, by De Latmay. The plates are in two states, Proofs Before Letters and Etchings. Unknown to Cohen in this state. Frontispiece by Vianen, and 72 plates attributed to Romain de Hooghe. Two parts in i vol. Fleurons on titles, vignettes by Cochin, engraved by Privost and Miger, and 8 plates by Challe, engraved by Martinet. Half morocco, gilt edges. A copy of the " Relation de la Pompe du Convoi de la Reine," etc. Charming fleur on on title, containing a portrait of Marie Leczinska, by Pasquier ; frontispiece after PrSvost by Polar.

A Large Paper Copy of this rare work which was unknown to Cohen. Portrait by Cochin, engraved by Saint- Aubin; title by Gravelot, engraved by Duclos, repeated in each volume: Contemporary red morocco, rich dentelle borders. It refers to his celebrated work " Bflisaire. A beautiful copy from R. One of the 50 copies printed upon Japanese Vellum Paper. The illustrations comprise Three Sets of Proofs of the Vignettes and culs-de- lampe ttrage ctparf] and the plates, besides the ordinary suite. The sets of Proofs are Before all Letters remarque a I'eau-forte and include: A suite en camdieu on cream satin.

A suite en camdieu on Whatman Paper. A suite en bistre on Japanese Vellum Paper. Contenant ce qui s'est passe de plus remarqu- able dans ce Roiaume depuis 15 15, jusqu'en 1. Cologne, 1 7 1 9. Frontispiece, and portraits by Harrewyn. Olive morocco, gilt on marbled edges, by Padeloup. The portraits include one of Mary, Queen of Scots. Pour servir aux differentes Editions du Tableau de Paris, de M. Frontispiece and 96 etchings by Dtmker. Contemporary red morocco, gilt on marbled edges, by Derome. Baron James de Rothschild paid 13, francs for a copy at a Paris sale in Batavorum, ex typis Elzevirianis, Fine engraved frontispiece, vellum uncut.

Excessively rare in uncut state. The Comte de Boutourlin's copy with his ex-libris. Edition en Anglais et en Frangais. Contemporary red morocco, gilt edges. A splendid example on papier v'elin with the plates in proof state — avant la lettre. Inserted is an autograph signature of Sir Christopher Milton, brother to the great poet, and a justice of the peace. Redmorocco rich dentelle borders, uncut. Enrichdes de Figures en Taille-douce.

Frontispieces and numerous very curious plates after Brissart by SauvS. Contemporary red I 58 J. The " wicked " Regent's copy of the first complete and the first illustrated edition of Moliere. Published in by Molifere's comrades La Grange and Vinot. Copies in contemporary morocco are excessively rare; in the Grand Dauphin's example sold in Paris for 4, francs. Por- trait after Mignard, engraved by Cathelin, 6fleurons on the titles and 33 plates by Moreau, engraved by Baquoy and others. Blue morocco, by Derome. The Best Edition, with all the starred leaves.

Excessively rare in old morocco. Por- trait after Mignard, engraved by Cathelin ; dfleurons on the titles by Moreau, and 33 plates by Moreau, engraved by Baquoy and others. Poquelin, Moliere's father, and another signed by his wife, Armande Bejart. Frontispiece containing a portrait of Moliere as a cherub, 3 fleurons on titles by Frankendaal and 3 2 plates by J.

Old calf, "Trfes belles figures en taille-douce. A most rare series of plates. With splendid First Impressions of the Plates. Choix de Chansons Joyeuses. With the original wrappers bound m. Portrait of Monet by Cochin, engraved by St. Aubin; title by Gravelot, engraved by Nie, and 3 frontispieces by Gravelot engraved by Lemire.

Engraved title, frontispiece, and plates after Eisen by Lemire. Copies on largest paper were unknown to Cohen Engraved title, frontispiece containing portrait of Montes- quieu and 9 charming plates after Eisen by Lemire. A superb Large Paper Copy.

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The plates are Proofs Before the Numbers. Red morocco, with a doublure of dark green morocco, watered silk fly-leaves. The plates are all Proof Impressions, and comprise chiefly the set of 7 after Peyron in 2, 3, 4, and 5 states, viz. In line, Proofs before Inscriptions. Frontispiece and 5 plates by Lefevre, engraved by Godefroy. Blue morocco, by Lor tic. From the library of M. Frontispiece and many cii,rious plates. Contemporary yellozv morocco, dentelle borders on the sides, with a doublure of olive morocco.

A very fine copy entirely uncut. It is necessary to observe that this work is not a mere collection of prints, as it contains many luminous and masterly dissertations upon the style, excellencies, and defects of the various schools of painting, lives of the most eminent painters, and, finally, a minute description of every painting, statue, etc.