The Conceptualization of Counterfactuality in L1 and L2. Grammatical Devices and Semantic Implications in French, Spanish and Italian

Isabel Repiso, The Conceptualization of Counterfactuality, De Gruyter Mouton, 2018. Counterfactual thinking is a universal cognitive process in which reality is compared to an imagined view of what might have been. This type of reasoning is at the center of daily operations, as decision-making, risk preventability or blame assignment. More generally, non-factual scenarios have been defined as a crucial ingredient of desire and modern love. If the areas covered by this reasoning are so varied, t...
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Élégies, chansons et autres poésies de Henriette de Coligny, comtesse de La Suze

Édition établie par Mariette Cuénin-Lieber. Réunissant pour la première fois les poèmes d'Henriette de Coligny, comtesse de La Suze (1623-1673), poèmes jusque-là dispersés dans des recueils, cette édition présente aussi leur histoire éditoriale et apporte, grâce à des documents inédits, des éléments nouveaux dans la biographie de la poétesse. Until now, the poems of Henriette de Coligny, Countess of La Suze (1623-1673), have been scattered across different collections. This edition brings ...
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An Anatomy of an English Radical Newspaper: The Moderate (1648-9)

Laurent Curelly, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017. This book explores the content of The Moderate, a radical newspaper of the British Civil Wars published in the pivotal years 1648-9. This newsbook, as newspapers were then known, is commonly associated with the Leveller movement, a radical political group that promoted a democratic form of government. While valuable studies have been published on the history of seventeenth-century English periodicals, as well as on the interaction between ...
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André Gide ou l’art de la fugue – Musique et littérature

Dans cet ouvrage, le lecteur découvre l’univers musical de Gide et de son temps avec J.-S. Bach et son Art de la fugue, art de la variation, de la digression, de la forme. Cette évidence d’un monde caché dans l’écriture de Gide s’impose pour le compositeur P. Thilloy qui le souligne avec ses opus 159 et 207. In this work, the reader will discover the musical universe of Gide and his time with Johann Sebastian Bach and his Art of the Fugue, an art of variation, digression, and form. Th...
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