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L Orientalisme Au Xixe Si Cle De La Fiction Vers La R Alit


Author : Nathalie H. Rouphael
language : fr
Publisher: Connaissances et Savoirs
Release Date : 2015-11-20

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Dès le début du XIXe siècle, le terme "orientalisme" fait son apparition. Compromis entre fiction et réalité, il donne lieu à des représentations souvent fantaisistes d'un Orient produit d'une imagination trompeuse, nourrie par la légende. Des symboles d'évasion et d'exotisme littéraires au réalisme brutal pictural, l'étude de Nathalie H. Rouphael apporte des éclaircissements supplémentaires à un sujet qui a attiré beaucoup de chercheurs, et qui continue à présenter un intérêt particulier dans un monde préoccupé par ce qu'on appelle de nos jours "le conflit" de civilisations, ou dans un esprit plus positif le "dialogue" de civilisations, un monde qui découvre de plus en plus la nécessité d'aller vers l'autre, de comprendre l'autre. Afin d'explorer plus en profondeur la fascination pour l'Orient, cet ouvrage se penche sur deux domaines qui s'interpénètrent: l'art et la littérature, en se basant sur des textes clés et sur l'analyse des tableaux majeurs de grands maîtres. Basée sur la méthode sociocritique de Lucien Goldmann: "Pour une sociologie du roman", cette étude se propose d'inscrire les productions littéraires et artistiques de Victor Hugo, Antoine Gros et Eugène Delacroix dans leur contexte social et politique précis, à savoir celui du XIXe siècle français. "De la réalité vers la fiction": un voyage saisissant où les cultures s'interpénètrent, où les fantasmes d'une époque révolue donnaient naissance à des oeuvres majeures.

The Force Of Vision Visions In History Visions Of The Other


Author : International Comparative Literature Association. Congress
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1995

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Atala Ren


Author : François-René de Chateaubriand
language : en
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Release Date : 1952

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Chateaubriand was the giant of French literature in the early nineteenth century. Drawing on eighteenth-century English romanticists, on explorers in America, and on Goethe's Werther, he had a profound effect on French writers from Victor Hugo and Lamartine to George Sand and Flaubert. A quixotic and paradoxical personality, he combined impressive careers as a brilliant prose-poet, a spiritual guide, a high-ranking diplomat, and an enterprising lover. Atala and René are his two best-known works, reflecting not only his own joys, aspirations, and despair, but the emerging tastes of a new literary era. Atala is the passionate and tragic love story of a young Indian couple wandering in the wilderness, enthralled by the beauties of nature, drawn to a revivified Christianity by its esthetic charm and consoling beneficence, and finally succumbing to the cruelty of fate. Perhaps even more than Werther or Childe Harold, René embodies the romantic hero, and is not wholly foreign to the disorientation of youth today. Solitary, mysterious, ardent, and poetic, he is in open revolt against a society whose values he rejects. Withough question this archetype played a large part in determining the course of French literature up to the 1850's.

L Orientalisme Victorien Dans Les Arts Visuels Et La Litt Rature


Author : Laurent Bury
language : fr
Publisher: UGA Éditions
Release Date : 2017-02-28

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L'Orient a toujours occupé une place privilégiée dans l'imaginaire occidental. Au xixe siècle, grâce au bouleversement des conditions politico-économiques, ces contrées longtemps fantasmées deviennent plus que jamais accessibles ; artistes et écrivains entreprennent donc le voyage qui leur permettra de confronter leurs rêves à la réalité. Comme le montre ce livre, la Grande-Bretagne n'a pas échappé au phénomène orientaliste : des peintres, des photographes, des architectes, des poètes et des romanciers ont visité l'Afrique et l'Asie, poussés par un désir d'authenticité, ou ont préféré, au contraire, éviter la rencontre avec un réel qui ne pouvait que les décevoir. Créateurs d'images profanes ou sacrées, auteurs de textes documentaires ou de fiction, les uns comme les autres auront eu à lutter contre le poids de préjugés et la force des stéréotypes pour s'approprier, s'assimiler l'Orient.

Revue De L Art


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language : fr
Publisher:
Release Date : 2005

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Discovering Craft Villages In Vietnam


Author : Nicholas Stedman
language : en
Publisher: IRD Éditions
Release Date : 2018-11-19

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With their festivals and traditional industries, their commun halls, pagodas, temples, and vernacular buildings, the villages around Hà Nội possess a rich body of cultural, architectural and craft heritage. Less than one hour from the capital are over 500 specialist craft villages, producing an array of religious or artistic objects, as well as food products, industrial goods, textiles, basketware and much more. Despite the trials and tribulations Vietnam has endured, these traditions have remained alive; today they constitute the basis of material, social and spiritual culture among the village communities of the Red River delta. The artisans themselves, and their local institutions, see cultural tourism as a way of further improving the fortunes of the craft village communities and bringing their heritage to wider attention. Until recently, few guides or tourists had forayed into these settlements, some of which are lost in the maze of routes and tracks that criss-cross the rice paddies of the Hà Nội hinterland. The history and skills they harbour have been inaccessible to all but a few specialists. Few of the villages are signposted, yet between them they are home to three quarters of the architectural, religious and craft heritage of the upper delta. This book, the fruit of several years' research by specialists working in northern Vietnam, comprises ten itineraries, blending potted histories, legends, descriptions of craft techniques, signposted walks and maps, designed to introduce travellers and lovers of Vietnamese culture to forty or so villages around Hà Nội. Many of us have seen their wares on sale in shops in and around the 36 streets of Hà Nội Old Quarter or in other cities in West. This book is about the true lives and enduring skills of the nameless artisans who made them.

Wanderings In Spain


Author : Theophile Gautier
language : en
Publisher: Sagwan Press
Release Date : 2018-02-07

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