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Le cueilleur de mémoires

Le cueilleur de mémoires

Author: Charles Bottin
Publisher: Primento
ISBN: 2874132225
Pages: 392
Year: 2014-07-29
Bronde tient son nom de sa naissance au bord d’une source (brön). Il est prédestiné à une vie hors normes. Clairvoyant, protégé dès l'enfance par la nature et particulièrement par la vipère, il échappe avec sa sœur Micha, à une attaque de pillards qui les laissera orphelins, derniers descendants d’une famille noble de la tribu des Eburons. Recueillis par le clan des Chantoires, Bronde rencontrera Souffle. Source et Souffle, eau et air, fluides réunis. Ainsi s’exprime Abâne, la grand-mère de Souffle, une ermite à laquelle les jeunes gens demandent conseil. Ils s’uniront, se sépareront, souvent pendant des années, se retrouveront toujours. Destinés à attendre et à apprendre, ils sont ceux-là en qui s’éveille le serpent et se résout l’arc-en-ciel. Ils unifient vie et mort. A eux, au-delà des illusions, la vérité nue est confiée. Ils sont les chaînons du grand secret et à aucune génération, ils ne peuvent manquer. Chacun suivra donc son chemin d’initiation : après plus de dix ans d’étude et de voyages, Bronde sera un druide puissant et respecté, voyant et conseiller d’un roi. Après une dizaine d’années de vie solitaire dans une grotte, Souffle deviendra une sage-femme, une femme-médecin. Mais pour les Celtes, rien ne va plus : entre les razzias des Germains, les querelles intestines et les légions de César qui écrasent tout sur leur passage, il n’y a plus place que pour ceux qui acceptent la romanisation. Bronde et Souffle, devenus vieux, resteront en Gaule mais confieront aux jeunes qui décident de traverser la mer le bâton de paroles pour transmettre la tradition. Charles Bottin emporte le lecteur dans ce récit onirique et épique. Sur base d’une documentation rigoureuse, il nous entraîne au sein de traditions méconnues et nous explique la Guerre des Gaules vue de l’autre côté.
Societe de Gegraphie d'Alger

Societe de Gegraphie d'Alger

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Year: 1908

Bulletin

Bulletin

Author: Société de géographie d'Alger et de l'Afrique du Nord
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Year: 1908
Includes "Proces-verbaux des séances de la société".
Bulletin provisoire

Bulletin provisoire

Author: Société de géographie d'Alger et de l'Afrique du nord
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Year: 1908

Notes from the Couch

Notes from the Couch

Author: Jean-Jacques Sempe
Publisher: Phaidon Incorporated Limited
ISBN: 0714846759
Pages: 128
Year: 2006-10-01
This hardback notebook features cartoons and illustrations on the theme of psychoanalysis by New Yorker cover artist Jean-Jacques Sempé, who is one of the best-loved illustrators in the world today. It also features plenty of lined and blank pages to write down thoughts, ideas or dreams. The illustrations featured in 'Notes from the Couch' explore the intriguing and complex relationships between therapists and their patients, captured with Sempé’s signature insight and lightness of touch. Witty, absurd and thought-provoking, these cartoons will inspire anyone to keep track of the innermost workings of their minds.
Brise, bourrasque et accalmie

Brise, bourrasque et accalmie

Author: Murielle King
Publisher:
ISBN: 2896274022
Pages: 225
Year: 2015

Displays of Affection

Displays of Affection

Author: Jean-Jacques Sempe
Publisher: Workman Publishing
ISBN: 0894801945
Pages: 96
Year: 1981-01
Cartoons provide a humorous view of love, courtship, marriage, infidelity, and friendship
Nothing is simple

Nothing is simple

Author: Jean-Jacques Sempé
Publisher: Phaidon Inc Ltd
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Pages: 147
Year: 2006-11-01
Jean-Jacques Semp+- is one of the most successful andbest-loved cartoonists in the world, best known for his cartoons that havegraced the covers and pages of the New Yorker for decades.Semp+- haspublished numerous collections of his work in his native France, but neverbefore have they been translated into English.Phaidon Press is delightedto present the first English translated publication of NOTHING IS SIMPLE byJean-Jacques Semp+-, one of four witty and beautifully illustratedcollections from this widely adored cartoonist.NOTHING IS SIMPLE was the first book of Semp+- drawings, originallypublished in 1962. In this classic Semp+- collection, we find a timelessmix of everyday moments and surreal situations, captured withcharacteristic playfulness and attention to detail.Semp+-'s world ispopulated by nosy neighbors, mischievous schoolboys and thwarted lovers, bysnooty holidaymakers and crowds of frustrated commuters in the big city. In one classic series, a woman looks horrified to witness an accidentinvolving a truck, a restaurant-front and several bystander, and rushes toher friend's house to report, not of the accident, but the fact that shesaw her friend's husband stepping out of a nearby bar with another woman. These inimitable drawings and watercolors, accompanied by perfectly judgeddeadpan captions, are fresh, engaging and hilarious. Semp+-'s work, once just the one-of-a-kind illustrations that appearedbefore our eyes in delightful yet sporadic moments, can now be brought homeas an enchanting part of every family's library.NOTHING IS SIMPLE, justone volume of four, includes more than 100 illustrations, both pen and ink,with captions translated by Anthea Bell.Professionals, children, andadults of any age will fall in love with these charming books.
Le Petit Nicolas

Le Petit Nicolas

Author: Goscinny
Publisher: Longman Schools Division (a Pearson Education Company)
ISBN: 0582360714
Pages: 80
Year: 1967-01-01
Contains the words (in French) of La Marseillaise______________
Norois

Norois

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Year: 1977

Les cerfs-volants

Les cerfs-volants

Author: Joseph Lecornu
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Pages: 240
Year: 1902

L’héritage de Meursault

L’héritage de Meursault

Author: David Marcelou
Publisher: Editeur Independant
ISBN: 2353350186
Pages: 440
Year: 2006

What I'd Say to the Martians

What I'd Say to the Martians

Author: Jack Handey
Publisher: Hachette Books
ISBN: 1401395821
Pages: 192
Year: 2008-04-08
Jack Handey is one of America's favorite humorists, from his New Yorker pieces to his Deep Thoughts books and Saturday Night Live sketches. Now, in What I'd Say to the Martians, Handey regales readers with his incredible wit and wacky musings.
Sirena Selena

Sirena Selena

Author: Mayra Santos-Febres
Publisher: Picador
ISBN: 1429980281
Pages: 224
Year: 2007-04-01
Discovered by Martha Divine in the backstreets of San Juan, picking over garbage, drugged out of his mind and singing boleros that transfix the listener, a fifteen year old hustler is transformed into Sirena Selena, a diva whose uncanny beauty and irrisistable voice will be their ticket to fame and fortune. Auditioning for one of the luxury hotels in the Dominican Republic, Selena casts her spell over Hugo Graubel, one of the hotel's rich investors. Graubel is a powerful man in the Republic, married with children. Silena, determined to escape the poverty and abuse s/he suffered as a child, engages Graubel in a long seduction in this mordant, intensely lyrical tragi-comedy - part masque, part cabaret - about identity (class, race, gender) and "the hunger and desire to be other things."
Annuaire de la Société météorologique de France

Annuaire de la Société météorologique de France

Author: Société météorologique de France
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Year: 1867
Lists of members in some volumes.