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See detailLa promenade comme art poétique : le nouveau recueil de Tom Nisse
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See detailLes objets ne racontent rien
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See detailErrances de l’objet théâtral
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See detailLa danse des feuilles
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See detailUne chose, des vies
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See detailTimothy Clark, Ecocriticism on the Edge. The Anthropocene as a Threshold Concept
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in Local Environment (2017), 22(7), 906-908

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See detailUne écologie du chant d’oiseau : poétique de l’écoute dans L’Arrière-saison d’Adalbert Stifter
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in Mottet, Jean (Ed.) La Forêt sonore. De l'esthétique à l'écologie (2017)

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See detailNIMBY
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See detailÉcologie culturelle et cultures écologiques dans la Grande Région
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See detailEspaces fluides
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See detailÉcopoésies
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See detailLa forêt interdite
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See detailSuivez le balisage !
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See detailWhat “taking place” means : Pierre Schoentjes’ écopoétique
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in Ecozon@ (2016), 7(1),

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See detailDu polar régional à l’écopolar : nature et environnement dans quatre récits policiers luxembourgeois
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in Conter, Claude D. (Ed.) Trouvailles/Fundstücke (2016)

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See detailLa baie de Portland : un paysage qui se (dé)voile
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in Freyermuth, Sylvie; Halen, Pierre; Wittmann, Jean-Michel (Eds.) Échappées littéraires en francophonie (2016)

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See detailMargret Steckel, Servais. Roman einer Familie (2010)
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in Singh, Sikander; Gätje, Hermann (Eds.) Übergänge, Brüche, Annäherungen. Beiträge zur Geschichte der Literatur im Saarland, in Lothringen, im Elsass, in Luxemburg und Belgien (2015)

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See detailLecteur silencieux et paysage silencieux : l’incipit du Mayor of Casterbridge de Thomas Hardy
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in Alkemie, Revue semestrielle de littérature et de philosophie (2014)

To describe the polysemy of the concept of silence in the novel, we choose to question the nature and the function of silence as a descriptive motive as it appears specifically in landscape description. A ... [more ▼]

To describe the polysemy of the concept of silence in the novel, we choose to question the nature and the function of silence as a descriptive motive as it appears specifically in landscape description. A history of reading related the emergence of silent reading, but the present contribution studies how silence also creates an analogy between landscape perception and textual reading. The introductive descriptive sequence of Thomas Hardy’s novel The Mayor of Casterbridge proves that Jean-Pierre Richard’s literary chiasmus between “pages” and “landscapes” is not just an abstract metaphor, but crucial to the novel’s imaginary. [less ▲]

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