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Petit Glossaire pour Servir a L'intelligence des Auteurs Decadents et Symbolistes (Exeter French Texts) download ebook

by Jaques Plowert,Patrick McGuinness

Petit Glossaire pour Servir a L'intelligence des Auteurs Decadents et Symbolistes (Exeter French Texts) download ebook
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Jaques Plowert,Patrick McGuinness
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University of Exeter Press; 1 edition (September 1, 1998)
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Paul Adam, Patrick McGuinness, Jacques Plowert.

Paul Adam, Patrick McGuinness, Jacques Plowert. This glossary, published in 1888, is the only work of its kind produced by Decadent and Symbolist writers themselves, and is full of & as mystifying as the words they claim to define

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All Title Author Text Subject Lists Advanced. Published 1888 by Vanier in Paris. Are you sure you want to remove Petit glossaire pour servir a l'intelligence des auteurs decadents et symbolistes from your list? Petit glossaire pour servir a l'intelligence des auteurs decadents et symbolistes.

This glossary is the only work of its kind produced by Decadent and Symbolist writers themselves, and is full of & as mystifying as the words they claim to define. It offers a scholarly and a humorous examination of linguistic innovation. University of Exeter Press.

Note: Paris, Vanier, 1888. Subject: Symbolism in literature. Subject: French literature.

Paul Adam: Petit Glossaire pour servir à l’intelligence des auteurs . French writer, novelist, playwright and science fiction writer.

Paul Adam: Petit Glossaire pour servir à l’intelligence des auteurs décadents. Paul Adam (1862–1920). 7 December 1862, 6 December 1862. Petit Glossaire pour servir à l’intelligence des auteurs décadents.

Informationen zum Titel Petit Glossaire pour Servir a L'intelligence des Auteurs . Patrick McGuinness Jaques Plowart.

Informationen zum Titel Petit Glossaire pour Servir a L'intelligence des Auteurs Decadents et Symbolistes authors. Published in 1888, this glossary is the only work of its kind produced by Decadent and Symbolist writers themselves, and is full of definitions as mystifiying as the words they claim to define.

In October 1888 Vanier published a book entitled Petit Glossaire pour servir a l'intelligence des auteurs decadents . According to Plowert, the greatest reproach that could be levelled at these writers.

In October 1888 Vanier published a book entitled Petit Glossaire pour servir a l'intelligence des auteurs decadents et symbolistes. Written by Paul Adam(3) under the pseudonym & Plowert', its stated aim was to provide the ordinary reader with a glossary of words used by these poets, of words & par leur epoque'. vise l'etrangete des termes mis en usage par oeuvres. On en. conclut a une pernicieuse difficulte de lecture pour quiconque n'est

Jacques Plowert, Petit glossaire pour servir â l’intelligence des auteurs décadents et symbolistes (Paris, 1888), p. 27f).

Jacques Plowert, Petit glossaire pour servir â l’intelligence des auteurs décadents et symbolistes (Paris, 1888), p. 153. Michael Kettle, Salome’s Last Veil (London: Hart-Davis, Macgibbon, 1977).

This glossary, published in 1888, is the only work of its kind produced by Decadent and Symbolist writers themselves, and is full of ‘definitions’ as mystifying as the words they claim to define.  It offers both a scholarly and a humorous examination of linguistic innovation and succeeds in showing how literary language remains subtler and more alive than any of the instruments designed to explain it. A parody of a glossary as much as a glossary proper, and produced as a response to critical accusations of obscurity and preciosity, it assembles an extraordinary array of evocative, hermetic, and often bizarre examples of Symbolist and Decadent writing, including luminaries such as Mallarmé, Rimbaud, Laforgue and Verlaine as well as such writers as Fénéon, Moréas and René Ghil.This is a volume in the series Textes littéraries/Exeter French Texts.  The text, intorudction and essential notes are all in French.