By E. T. A. Hoffmann

ISBN-10: 2070356329

ISBN-13: 9782070356324

Ces textes ne sont pas des contes pour enfants. Ce sont les fantasmes d'un écrivain aux abilities multiples (dessinateur, peintre, chanteur et compositeur de musique) : fantasmes noirs, empreints de terreur et de mort, mais aussi de fantasie. Dans ces récits, le fantastique surgit toujours du quotidien : on comprend que Freud ait forgé los angeles suggestion "d'inquiétante étrangeté" en les lisant. l. a. traduction reprise ici est celle
qu'ont lue tous les grands auteurs du XIXe siècle, de Walter Scott à Baudelaire.

Show description

Read Online or Download Contes nocturnes PDF

Best short stories books

Get Flying to America: 45 More Stories PDF

Donald Barthelme was once the most influential and artistic writers of the 20 th century. via his distinctive, richly textured, and brilliantly learned novels, tales, parodies, satires, fables, and essays, Barthelme redefined a new release of yankee letters. To John Hawkes, he used to be “one of our best of all comedian writers.

Download e-book for kindle: Stories by Doris Lessing

This significant assortment comprises all of Doris Lessing's brief fiction, except the tales set in Africa, from the start of her occupation beforehand. Set in London, Paris, the south of France, the English nation-state, those thirty-five tales mirror the topics that experience continually characterised Lessing's paintings: the bedrock realities of marriage and different relationships among women and men; the main issue of the person whose very psyche is threatened through a society unattuned to its personal most threatening traits; the destiny of ladies.

Kahlil Gibran's Tears and Laughter PDF

This vintage paintings showcases the early brilliance and philosophical beginning of Kahlil Gibran, probably the most influential writers of the 20th century Kahlil Gibran, writer of The Prophet and one of many 20th century's such a lot innovative, inspiring writers, easily blends his targeted viewpoint on jap and Western philosophy during this early number of paintings, written whilst he was once simply two decades outdated.

Download PDF by Flannery O'Connor: Flannery O'Connor Complete Short Stories

That includes all of yank writer Flannery O’Connor’s brief tales, this assortment finds the author’s contemplations on faith, morality, and destiny, set opposed to the backdrop of the yank South. the gathering includes O’Connor’s most renowned works of brief fiction, together with “A stable guy is tough to Find” and “Everything That Rises needs to Converge,” and divulges her many major contributions to the Southern Gothic style.

Additional resources for Contes nocturnes

Sample text

I was delighted to be watching players from other leagues strut their stuff. Back then, we didn’t have Sky and access to watching Premier League games, so Italian Serie A on Channel 4 took over for me and I grew to love that league. When I was eleven I moved on from Olga Primary to The Blessed John Roche Roman Catholic School in Upper North Street, Poplar. Blessed John Roche was not my mum’s first choice, which was Cardinal Pole, another Catholic school, though we weren’t a Catholic family. My mum was looking for a school with high standards and discipline and found one two miles from my home, near Chrisp Street Market, so I’d get the number 8 or D6 bus there and back.

We were there to acclimatize ourselves to the hot conditions we’d face when we came to the real test: Portugal, hosts of Euro 2004. In Sardinia I got to know some of the England players as people. Off the pitch, Gary Neville was a bit of a character. He had an older head with a mature attitude. He could be opinionated, but always for the benefit of the team. If he saw something needed saying to the coach, on behalf of all the players he’d be the one to say it. Any problems, whether with the hotel or training pitch, he’d be one to raise them.

So, following suit, in the first year I did well and got good grades. And in the school orchestra I was selected to play cello, probably because, though I felt very small compared to the older boys, I was a big lad as a youngster and could take it home to practise. I was pleased to put the cello between my legs and enjoyed playing it, taking part and blending into school concerts, but not so much lugging it home and back to school again. It was all a new level of learning for me. The thing was, though, that the lads I had most in common with were the ones who played football at breaktime.

Download PDF sample

Contes nocturnes by E. T. A. Hoffmann


by Charles
4.4

Rated 4.77 of 5 – based on 25 votes