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Faut il manger des animaux Safran Foer Jonathan. Daniel Mendelsohn - Les Disparus. Mendelsohn, Daniel Les Disparus. 2016 Mémoire de fille, Ernaux Annie. Sorcières - Mona CHOLLET. Dans l’essai «Sorcières », Mona Chollet rappelle que les chasses aux sorcières ont valu la mort à des milliers de femmes entre le XVe et le XVIIe siècle. Elle s'interroge sur les traces laissées par cette histoire dans notre représentation de ce que devrait être une femme « acceptable ». Aline Kiner La nuit des béguines 2017. Geraldine Schwarz Les amnésiques 2017.

Einstein, Albert Comment je vois le monde. La théorie de la relativité restreinte et générale, de Albert Einstein. Freud et Einstein Pourquoi la guerre. Sigmund Freud et Albert Einstein Pourquoi la Guerre. L'obsolescence de l'homme - Sur l'âme à.... Günther Anders. Günther Anders Note moyenne : | 0 avis Note moyenne : 5/5 (1 évaluations) Encyclopédie des Nuisances Paru le : 18/04/2002 Lire le résumé 1 million de livres à découvrir Livraison à domicile à partir de 0,01 € Paiement sécurisé, débit à l'expédition Neuf - Expédié sous 4 à 8 jours Livré chez vous entre le 12 mai et le 15 mai ou Votre note.

L'obsolescence de l'homme - Sur l'âme à.... Günther Anders

Le coeur battant de nos meres - Brit Bennett.

Littérature japonaise

Littérature jeunesse. Éditions Le Seuil - L'Histoire est une littérature contemporaine (2014) , Ivan Jablonka, Sciences humaines. Ivan Jablonka - Des hommes justes (08-2019) Zizek. Camus. 2016 - La Grande arche - Cossé, Laurence. Philippe Labro - Ma mère cette inconnue (2017) Goncourt 1933 André Malraux La Condition Humaine. Emmanurl Carrère - Limonov. Ėdouard Louis - En finir avec Eddy Bellegueule (2014) EBOOK Jean Echenoz Ravel. Michel Houellebecq La Possibilité d'une Ile.

Michel Houellebecq Les Particules Elémentaires. André Malraux - L'espoir (1937) André Malraux - La tentation de l'occident (1926) David Van Reybrouck Congo, Une histoire. Ryszard Kapuscinski Ebène, Aventures Africaines. Tout s'effondre Achebe, Chinua. Ryszard Kapuscinski - Le Négus (2010) Jack Kerouac - Sur la route Le rouleau original (2007,2010) Graham Greene - Voyage sans cartes (1936,1951) Last Exit to Brooklyn by Hubert Selby Jr., Grove/Atlantic, Inc.

WHAT a ride!

Last Exit to Brooklyn by Hubert Selby Jr., Grove/Atlantic, Inc.

This book sucks you in from the very first page and holds you tightly in its grasp until he very end. It covers topics from all sides of despair and is shockingly graphic. The descriptions are meant to curl your toes as ALL details are unvelied without shame. This is the first book of Hubert Selby Jr. and I will be adding to my collection of his stories. I cannot believe this was written so long ago, as the situations addressed are still prevelant in today's society. 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful? Simone Weil L'Enracinement. Hoda Barakat Courrier de nuit. Kathy Acker interview. Interview by R.U.

Kathy Acker interview

Sirius Photo by Ali Hossaini, computer illustration by Ian Stahl This interview first appeared last year in the print version of io. She calls herself Acker. And Acker is this person I hang with sometimes. Kathy Acker is a novelist. She lives in San Francisco and teaches at the San Francisco Art Institute. -- R.U. Kathy Acker: So this is like a serious interview ... R.U. KA: Don Quixote? Nancy Huston - Lignes de faille (2006) [Grand Prix des lectrices de Elle] La Servante écarlate - Margaret Atwood. Serena Joy serre mes mains comme si c'était elle, et non pas moi, qui se faisait baiser, comme si elle trouvait la chose agréable, ou douloureuse, et le Commandant baise, à un rythme régulier de pas cadencé, une, deux, sans relâche, comme un robinet qui goutte.

La Servante écarlate - Margaret Atwood

Il est absorbé, comme un homme qui fredonne sous la douche sans se rendre compte qu'il fredonne ; comme un homme qui a d'autres choses en tête. C'est comme s'il était ailleurs, à attendre de jouir, tout en tambourinant des doigts sur une table. Il y a une impatience dans sa cadence, à présent. Mais n'est-ce pas le rêve érotique de tout homme ?

Deux femmes à la fois?

Annie Ernaux Mona Chollet – Sorcières (2018) Joan Didion on Self-Respect. For the past half-century, Joan Didion (b.

Joan Didion on Self-Respect

December 5, 1934) has been dissecting the complexities of cultural chaos with equal parts elegant anxiety, keen criticism, and moral imagination. The dismal fact is that self-respect has nothing to do with the approval of others — who are, after all, deceived easily enough; has nothing to do with reputation, which, as Rhett Butler told Scarlett O’Hara, is something people with courage can do without.To do without self-respect, on the other hand, is to be an unwilling audience of one to an interminable documentary that deals with one’s failings, both real and imagined, with fresh footage spliced in for every screening. There’s the glass you broke in anger, there’s the hurt on X’s face; watch now, this next scene, the night Y came back from Houston, see how you muff this one. Nous sommes tous des feministes Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. D. Salinger - L'attrape Coeurs [1951]

Foer Jonathan Safran Me voici. Philip Roth.Portnoy et son complexe. Patrimoine. Une histoire vraie Philip Roth. Pastorale americaine Philip Roth. Ellroy James Ma part d'ombre. Jonathan Safran Foer Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close. Safran Foer Jonathan Extremement fort et incroyablement. Foer, Jonathan Safran - Tout est illumine. Nicole krauss foret obscure. ROSAMOND LEHMANN Poussiere [1927] 2004 Banks Russell American Darling. Joan Didion on Keeping a Notebook. By Maria Popova “We are well advised to keep on nodding terms with the people we used to be, whether we find them attractive company or not.”

Joan Didion on Keeping a Notebook

As a lover — and keeper — of diaries and notebooks, I find myself returning again and again to the question of what compels us — what propels us — to record our impressions of the present moment in all their fragile subjectivity. From Joan Didion’s 1968 anthology Slouching Towards Bethlehem (public library) — the same volume that gave us her timeless meditation on self-respect — comes a wonderful essay titled “On Keeping a Notebook,” in which Didion considers precisely that. Though the essay was originally written nearly half a century ago, the insights at its heart apply to much of our modern record-keeping, from blogging to Twitter to Instagram. Portrait of Joan Didion by Mary Lloyd Estrin, 1977 After citing a seemingly arbitrary vignette she had found scribbled in an old notebook, Didion asks: Why did I write it down?

L arbre monde Richard Powers. John Fante - Demande à la poussière. John Fante Mon Chien Stupide. John Fante - Bandini. Huxley , Aldous - Le Meilleur des Mondes.


1971 Moins qu'un chien Mingus, Charles. Kerouac, Jack - Sur la route. William Faulkner - Absalon Absalon ! (1936, 1953) Suis-je le gardien de mon frère? - John Edgar Wideman. James Baldwin - A Letter to My Nephew. Editor's Note: In light of the protests around the country demanding a stop to police brutality and changes to a racist justice system, we are reprinting one of James Baldwin's most famous articles published in The Progressive magazine, from December 1962.

James Baldwin - A Letter to My Nephew

(Baldwin later adapted it in his essay collection, The Fire Next Time.) Senior editor Matt Rothschild remarked today, "This might be the greatest piece we've ever published. " Dear James: I have begun this letter five times and torn it up five times. I keep seeing your face, which is also the face of your father and my brother. Other people cannot see what I see whenever I look into your father's face, for behind your father's face as it is today are all those other faces which were his.

Now, my dear namesake, these innocent and well meaning people, your countrymen, have caused you to be born under conditions not far removed from those described for us by Charles Dickens in the London of more than a hundred years ago. Ecrire pour sauver une vie Le dossier Louis Till John Edgar Wideman .epub. John Kennedy Toole La conjuration des Imbéciles. Toni Morrison - L'oeil le plus bleu (1970, 1994) Toni Morrison - Le Chant de Salomon (1977, 1996) Maya Angelou - Lettre à ma fille (2008, 2016) Toni Morrison - Le Chant de Salomon (1977, 1996) Maya Angelou Biography.

“A bird doesn't sing because it has an answer, it sings because it has a song.”

Maya Angelou Biography

“Courage is the most important of all virtues, because without courage, you cannot practice any of the other virtues consistently.” “I have found that among its other benefits, giving liberates the soul of the giver.” “The caged bird sings with a fearful trill/ of things unknown but longed for still/ and his tune is heard on the distant hill/ for the caged birds sings of freedom. "["I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings"]” “If you don't like something, change it. “We may encounter many defeats, but we must not be defeated.”

“I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” “Words mean more than what is set down on paper. “How important it is for us to recognize and celebrate our heroes and she-roes!” “To grow up is to stop putting blame on parents.” “We are only as blind as we want to be.” Maya Angelou - Je sais pourquoi chante l'oiseau en cage (1969, 1980) I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. Cover from the first edition of I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (1969) I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings is the 1969 autobiography about the early years of African-American writer and poet Maya Angelou.

I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

The first in a seven-volume series, it is a coming-of-age story that illustrates how strength of character and a love of literature can help overcome racism and trauma. The book begins when three-year-old Maya and her older brother are sent to Stamps, Arkansas, to live with their grandmother and ends when Maya becomes a mother at the age of 16. In the course of Caged Bird, Maya transforms from a victim of racism with an inferiority complex into a self-possessed, dignified young woman capable of responding to prejudice. Toni Morrison - L'oeil le plus bleu (1970, 1994) Pierre Bourdieu - La Domination masculine. Yuval Noah Hariri Sapiens, Une brève histoire de l'humanité. Yuval Noah Harari - 21 lecons pour le 21e siecle (2018) "L'Europe a construit sa domination en écrivant l’histoire des autres" BibliObs. Le XVIe siècle, écrivez-vous dans «la Machine à remonter le temps», est un tournant dans la façon dont on raconte l’histoire du monde.

Pourquoi? Serge Gruzinski. Il y a au XVIe siècle, avec la découverte du Nouveau Monde par les Espagnols, un mouvement inédit de connexion entre les différents continents. Les hommes, les choses, les idées et les croyances se mettent à circuler pour la première fois à une échelle planétaire. Sapiens Une brève histoire de l'humanité Yuval Noah Harari. Claude Lévi-Strauss à propos du livre "Le cru et le cuit" Le coût humain de la mondialisation Zygmunt Bauman. Jean Ziegler Le Discours censuré de Salzbour. Christophe Guilluy No society. La fin de la classe moyenne occidentale. Le capital au XXIe siècle Thomas Piketty. Thomas Piketty Capital et idéologie. Edward W. Said L'orientalisme, L'Orient cree par l'Occident .pdf. La doctrine des bonnes intentio Chomsky Noam.

Les inegalites scolaires Felouzis Georges. Christophe Guilluy Le crepuscule de la France d'en haut. Christophe Guilluy La France périphérique. Vipassanā. Vipassanā (pāli) ou vipaśyanā (विपश्यना, sanskrit; chinois 觀 guān; tibétain ལྷག་མཐོང་, lhaktong) désigne dans la tradition bouddhique la « vue profonde »[1] ou « inspection »[2], ainsi que les pratiques de méditation qui y sont associées.


De la domination masculine, par Pierre Bourdieu (Le Monde diplomatique, août 1998) Je ne me serais sans doute pas affronté à un sujet aussi difficile si je n’y avais pas été entraîné par toute la logique de ma recherche (1). Questions de sociologie Bourdieu, Pierre.