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GB and US: How Far? How Close? (GRAAT, 3). Tours: Publications des Groupes de Recherches Anglo-Américaines de l'Université François Rabelais de Tours.

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Exil de l'auteur, exil des genres. (GRAAT, 6). Tours: Publications des Groupes de Recherches Anglo-Américaines de l'Université François Rabelais de Tours.

Transformation, métamorphose, anamorphose. (GRAAT, 7). Tours: Publications des Groupes de Recherches Anglo-Américaines de l'Université François Rabelais de Tours.

Répétition, répétitions. (GRAAT, 8). Tours: Publications des Groupes de Recherches Anglo-Américaines de l'Université François Rabelais de Tours.

Voix Ethniques / Ethnic Voices. (GRAAT, 9). Tours: Publications des Groupes de Recherches Anglo-Américaines de l'Université François Rabelais de Tours.

Traductions, passages: Le domaine anglais. (GRAAT, 10). Tours: Publications des Groupes de Recherches Anglo-Américaines de l'Université François Rabelais de Tours.

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Les formes de l'excès dans la culture anglo-américaine. (GRAAT, 15). Tours: Publications des Groupes de Recherches Anglo-Américaines de l'Université François Rabelais de Tours.

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Las Mil y Una Noches. (Historias Infantil, 7). Barcelona: Bruguera.

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Andrews Elmer. "History: Rewriting History: The Plays of the 1980s (The Fifth Province - Translations - The Three Sisters - The Communication Cord - Fathers and Sons - Making History)." In The Art of Brian Friel: Neither Reality Nor Dreams. Houndmills: Macmillan; New York: St Martin's, 1995. 164-207.*

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_____. Crystal and Fox. Dublin: Gallery Press, 1984.

_____. The Loves of Cass McGuire. Loughcrew, Oldcastle (Ireland): Gallery Press, 1984.

_____. Lovers (Winners and Losers ). Loughcrew, Oldcastle (Ireland): Gallery Press, 1969.*

_____, trans. Fathers and Sons. (After Turgenev). Drama. London: Faber and Faber, 1987.

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_____. "The Death of a Scientific Humanist." Story. New Yorker. Rpt. in Friel, A Saucer of Larks; The Gold in the Sea.

_____. "The Gold in the Sea." Story. New Yorker.

_____. "Everything Neat and Tidy." Story. New Yorker.

_____. "The Illusionists." Story. The Saturday Evening Post (USA). Rpt. in Friel, A Saucer of Larks; The Gold in the Sea, The Diviner.

_____. "Ginger Hero." Story. The Saturday Evening Post (USA).

_____. "The Wee Lake Beyond." Story. Critic (USA). Rpt. in Friel, The Gold in the Sea.

_____. "The Highwayman." Story. Critic (USA).

_____. "The Flower of Kiltymore." Story. Critic (USA).

_____. "The First of My Sins." Story. Critic (USA).

_____. "The Diviner." Story. Rpt. in Friel, A Saucer of Larks; The Gold in the Sea, The Diviner.

_____. "Among the Ruins." Story.

_____. "My True Kinsman." Story. In Friel, A Saucer of Larks.

_____. "The Fawn Pup." Story.

_____. "Mr Sing My Hearts Delight." Story. In Friel, A Saucer of Larks.

_____. "Straight from His Colonial Success." Story. In Friel, A Saucer of Larks.

_____. "My Father and the Sergeant." Story. In Friel, A Saucer of Larks.

_____. "The Queen of Troy Close." Story. In Friel, The Gold in the Sea.

_____. "The Flower of Kittymore." Story. In Friel, The Gold in the Sea.

_____. "Everything Neat and Tidy." Story. In Friel, A Saucer of Larks; The Gold in the Sea; The Diviner.

_____. "Foundry House." Story. In Friel, A Saucer of Larks; The Diviner.

_____. "Ginger Hero." Story. In Friel, A Saucer of Larks; The Gold in the Sea; The Diviner. (Cock-fights).

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_____. "The Barney Game." Story. The Gold in the Sea.

_____. "The Saucer of Larks." Story. In Friel. A Saucer of Larks; The Diviner.

_____. "Aunt Maggie, the Strong One." Story. In Friel, A Saucer of Larks.

_____. "The Potato Gatherers." Story. In Friel, A Saucer of Larks; The Diviner.

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_____. The Blind Mice. Radio adaptation. BBC Northern Ireland Home Service, 28 Nov. 1963.

_____. The Loves of Cass McGuire. Prod. Helen Hayes Theatre, Broadway, Oct. 1966.

_____. Faith Healer. Prod. Longacre Theatre, Broadway, April 1979.

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_____. "Losers." Drama. Reworking of "The Highwayman and the Saint." Included in Lovers.

_____. "The Highwayman and the Saint." Short story.

_____. The Mundy Scheme. Drama. Prod. Olympia Theatre, Dublin, 1969; Royal Theatre, New York, 1969.

_____. The Gentle Island. Drama. Prod. Olympia Theatre, Dublin, Nov. 1971; Lyric Theatre, Belfast, 1972.

_____. The Freedom of the City. Drama. Prod. Abbey Theatre, Dublin, 20 Feb. 1973; Royal Court Theatre, London, c. 27 Feb. 1973.

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_____. Volunteers. Drama. Prod. Abbey Theatre, Dublin, 5 March 1975.

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_____. Faith Healer. Drama. Prod. Longacre Theatre, NY, 5 April 1979; Royal Court theatre, London, 1981, Abbey Theatre, Dublin, 1982.

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_____. The Communication Cord. Drama. Prod. Field Day Compnay, Derry Guildhall, 1983.

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_____. Making History. Drama. Prod. Field Day Theatre Company, at the Guildhall, Derry, 20 Sept. 1988.

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_____. Tres tipos de vírgenes. Madrid: Cuadernos Literarios, 1929.

_____. Las escritoras españolas. Barcelona: Labor, 1930.

_____. La mujer ante las Cortes Constituyentes. Madrid: Editorial Castro, 1931.

_____. Guide spirituel du Prado. Madrid: Cuadernos Literarios, n.d.

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_____. La epopeya campesina. Madrid: Aldus, 1936.

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_____. La mujer en la U.R.S.S. y en la Constitución Soviética. Valencia: A.U. S., 1938.

_____. Primer Frente. Mexico: Ángel Chapero, 1944.

_____. Las Torres del Kremlin. Mexico.

_____. Los judíos en la cultura hispánica. Mexico: Tribuna Israelita, 1947.

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_____. Carlos Orozco Romero. México: UNAM, 1959.

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_____. Carlos Mérida. México: Editorial Unam, 1961.

_____. Ignacio Asúnsolo. México, 1962.

_____. El expresionismo en la plástica mexicana de hoy. Mexico: Inba, 1964.

_____. Un mundo etéreo: la pintura de Lucinda urrusti. Mexico: Secretaría de Educación Pública, 1967.

_____. "En torno al monumento a Cajal." Arte Español (Madrid, 1926-27).

_____. "En torno a la exposición de pintura de jóvenes mexicanos." Arte Español (Madrid, 1926-27).

_____. "Apuntes frente a Goya." Arte Español (Madrid, 1928-29).

_____. "Como fieras hambrientas." In España heroica. Montevideo: Tip. La Industrial, 1936.

_____. "El Arte y la Sociedad." Las Españas no. 11 (México, 1949).

_____. "Contribución de la pintura española a la pintura universal." Las Españas no. 15-18 (Mexico, 1951).

_____. "El arte en la emigración." Las Españas nos. 19-20 (Mexico, 1951).

_____. "Una erudita judía del siglo XVII: Isabel Rebeca Correa." Judaica Bs. As. 1947.

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Ward, J. "The Editorial Methods of Venegas de Henestrosa." Musica Disciplina 6 (1952): 105-13.

_____. "The Use of Borrowed Material in 16th-Century Instrumental Music." JAMS 5 (1952): 88-98.

_____. "The vihuela de mano and Its Music (1537-76)." Diss. New York U, 1953.

Griffiths, J. "The Vihuela Fantasía: A Comparative Study of Forms and Styles." Diss. Monash U, 1983.

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Child, Harold. "The Stage-History of Measure for Measure." In Measure for Measure. Ed. John Dover Wilson. (The New Shakespeare). Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1922. 1979. 160-65.*

Harman. Caveat for Common Cursetors. 1567.

Marston. Metamorphosis of Pygmalion's Image. 1598. (Condemned to be burned for indecency).

Markham. English Husbandsman. 1613.

Dekker. The Honest Whore.

Gildon, Charles. Reflections on Mr Rymer's Short View of Tragedy. 1694.

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_____. "Tympan." In Marges de la philosophie. Paris: Minuit, 1972.

_____. Mémoires d'aveugle: L'autoportrait et autres ruines. Paris: Réunion des musées nationaux, 1990.

_____. Otobiographies: L'enseignement de Nietzsche et la politique du nom propre. Paris: Galilée, 1984.

_____. Glas. Paris: Galilée, 1974.

_____. Parages. Paris: Galilée, 1986.

_____. Signéponge. Paris: Seuil, 1988.

van Heurn, Willem Cornelis. "Poaching in the Service of Ornithology." 1921.

_____. "Some Comments on the Bats of Buitenzorg." 1927.

_____. "The Rat Question." 1927.

_____. "Shark and Ray Leathr." 1927.

_____. "The Safety Instinct in Chickens." 1927.

_____. "An Observation of a Cuckoo which, without Evidence, Would Have Been Falsely Interpreted." 1927.

_____. "Good Labelling." 1927.

_____. "A Gecko with a Forked Tail." 1928.

_____. "Cannibalism in Frogs." 1928.

_____. "Do Tits Lay Eggs Together as the Result of a Housing Shortage?" 1955.

_____. "Mortality of Chicken Broods during a Thunderstorm." 1957.

_____. "Wrinkled Eggs." 1958.

_____. "Extra Premolars in the Lower Jaw of the Mole." 1959.

_____. "Our Cat Washes Herself." 1962.

Purcell, Rosamond Wolff. "Photographer's Afterword." In Finders, Keepers: Eight Collectors. By Stephen Jay Gould and Rosamond Wolff Purcell. 1992. London: Pimlico, 1993. 152-57.*

Jiménez, Juan Ramón. Nobel prize 1956.

Catherine the Great, reigned 1762-1796.

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Charles the Simple (879-929).

Peter the Great. (1672-1725).

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von Siebold, Philip Franz, et al. Fauna Japonica. 5 vols.

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_____. "Mots des goûts, goût des mots." Rev. of Le Discours gastronomique français by Pascal Ory, and Fêtes gourmandes au Moyen Age, by Jean-Louis Flandrin and Carole Lambert. (La Chronique du capricorne). Magazine littéraire 372 (Jan. 1999): 6.*

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Flandrin, Jean-Louis, and Carole Lambert. Fêtes gourmandes au Moyen Age. Photog. Claudy Huygens. Ed. de L'Imprimairie Nationale, c. 1998.



Le Mesnagier de Paris. Medieval cookery book.

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_____. John Perkins. Novel. Prix Médicis 1960.

_____. John Perkins. (L'Imaginaire). Paris: Gallimard.

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Henri Thomas. (Cahiers Le Temps qu'il fait, 13). Paris: Le Temps qu'il Fait, c. 1998.

Société "Les Lecteurs d'Henri Thomas". 14 rue Antoine-Bourdelle, 75014 Paris.

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Kaplan, Nelly. Rev. of Un élève doué. Dir Bryan Singer, based on Stephen King's novella.

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Casella. (Musician, friend of Dante, figures in Purgatory singing for him).

Bradner, Leicester. (On Milton's "Damon"). British Museum Quarterly 7.2 (1932-33): 42.

Milton. Damon. ?Privately printed, c. 1639-40. (="Epitaphium Damonis").

Jones, Stuart. Companion to Roman History. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1912.

Roubaud, Jacques (b.1932; Oulipo poet). Trente et un au cube. Experimental poetry. 1973.

_____. La Vieillesse d'Alexandre. 1978. (On French versification).

Mallarmé. Un coup de dés. Ed. Mitsou Ronat. 1980.

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Daive, Jean. (French poet, b. 1941).

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_____. Autour d'une mère. 1935. Drama based on Faulkner's As I Lay Dying.

Copeau, Jacques. (1879-1949). Le Théâtre Populaire. 1941. (Pro experimental drama).

Artaud, Antonin. (1896-1948).

Claudel, Paul. "Note sur Christophe Colomb." 30 Dec. 1929. (On film in drama).

Vilar, Jean. (1912-1971; founder of Avignon drama festival, 1947).

Dullin, Charles. (French actor and director 1885-1949).

Courteline, Georges. (1858-1929).

Feyddeau, Geroges. (1862-1921).

Rostand, Edmond. Cyrano de Bergerac. Verse tragicomedy. 1897.

Claudel, Paul. (Symbolist poet and dramatist, 1868-1955). Partage de midi. Drama. Written 1905, staged 1948.

_____. L'Annonce faite à Marie. Staged 1912.

_____. Le Soulier de satin. Drama. Written 1919-24. pub. 1929, staged 1943.

_____. Le Livre de Christophe Colomb. Drama.

_____. "Le Festin de la Sagesse." La Revue de Paris 1 July 1938 (On poetic drama).

Jarry, Alfred. (1873-1907). Ubu roi. 1896.

Apollinaire. Les Mamelles de Tirésias. Verse play. Staged 1917.

Vitrac, Roger. Victor, ou les Enfants au pouvoir. 1928.

Cocteau, Jean. (1889-1963)

Giraudoux, Jean (1882-1944).

Anouilh, Jean (1910-1987).

Artaud. Les Cenci. Rewriting of Shelley's play.

_____. "Lettres sur la cruauté." 1932.

_____. Le Théâtre et son double. 1938.

Sartre. Bariona. Drama. 1940.

_____. Les Séquestrés d'Altona. 1959.

_____. Un théâtre de situations. 1973.

_____. "Pour un théâtre de situations." (Nov. 1947).

_____. Huis Clos. 1944.

_____. Les Mouches. 1943.

_____. Morts sans sépulture. 1946. (Résistance).

_____. La Putain respectueuse. 1948.

_____. Les Mains sales. Staged 1948.

Camus et al. Révolte dans les Asturies. Drama. 1936, pub. 1962.

Camus. Caligula. Drama. Written 1936-39, staged 1945.

_____. Les Justes. Staged 1949.

Littlewood, Joan. Oh What a Lovely War. Drama. 1959.

Piscator. Political Theatre. French trans. 1962.

Genet. (1910-1986). Les Bonnes. Staged 1947.

_____. Haute Surveillance. 1949.

_____. Le Balcon. Pub. 1956, staged 1957.

_____. Les Nègres. Staged 1959.

_____. Les Paravents. Pub. 1961, staged by Roger Blin 1966.

Montherlant. La Reine morte. 1942.

_____. Le Maître de Santiago. Staged 1948.

_____. Port-Royal. 1954.

Ionesco. La Cantatrice chauve. Prod. 1950.

_____. Les Chaises. 1952.

_____. Amédée ou comment s'en débarrasser. 1954.

_____. La Leçon. 1951.

_____. Rhínocéros. 1960.

Adamov, Arthur. (1908-1970). Paolo Paoli. 1957.

Gatti, Armand. (b. 1924). Chant public devant deux chaises électriques. 1966. (Sacco and Vanzetti).

_____. V comme Vietnam. 1967.

_____, et al. Les Treize Soleils de la Rue Saint-Blaise. 1968.

_____. La Colonne Durruti. 1974.

Arrabal, Fernando (1932). Le Cimetière des voitures. 1958.

_____. L'Architecte et l'Empereur d'Assyrie ou Joseph K tenté par la mégalomanie. Staged 1967.

Kraemer, Jacques, and the Théâtre Populaire de Lorraine. Splendeur et misère de Minette la bonne Lorraine. 1969.

_____. Les Immigrés. 1972.

Mnouchkine, Ariane, and the Théâtre du Soleil. Les Clowns. 1969.

_____. 1789, la Révolution doit s'arrêter à la perfection du bonheur. 1970.

_____. 1793, La Cité Révolutionnaire est de ce monde. 1972.

_____. L'Age d'or. 1975.

Duras, Marguerite. India Song. Drama. 1972. First staged England, 1993.

_____. Savannah Bay. Drama. 1983.

Benmussa, Simone, ed. Cahiers Renaud-Barrault.

_____. La Vie singulière d'Albert Nobbs. Drama. 1977. (Based on George Moore, on transvestism).

_____. Enfance. 1984. (Based on Nathalie Sarraute's work).

_____. Benmussa Directs. 1979. (Cixous, etc.).

Cixous, Hélène. Portrait de Dora. Drama. 1976. Staged by Simone Benmussa.

_____. L'Histoire terrible mais inachevée de Norodom Sihanouk, roi du Cambodge. Drama. Staged by Ariane Mnouchkine 1985.

_____. L'Indiade. Dram. Staged by Ariane Mnouchkine, 1987. (Gandhi, independence).

Vinaver, Michel. (b. 1927). Aujourd'hui, ou les Coréens. Staged 1956.

_____. Par-dessus bord. Drama. 1969.

_____. Les travaux et les jours. Drama. 1980.

_____. Portrait d'une femme. Drama. 1988.

_____. L'Émission de télévision. 1990.

_____. Écritures dramatiques: Essais d'analyse de textes de théâtre. 1993.

Koltès, Bernard-Marie. (1945-1989). Roberto Zucco. 1990.

_____. Combat de nègre et de chiens. Drama. 1983.

_____. Quai ouest. 1986.

_____. Dans la solitude des champs de coton. 1987.



Libération des Femmes: Anné Zéro. Special issue of Partisans, c. 1970.

Le torchon brûle. Feminist periodical.

Les Cahiers du GRIF. Feminist periodical.

Questions Féministes. Feminist periodical.

Fouque, Antoinette. (French feminist, psych et po, founder of Editions des Femmes).

Yourcenar, Marguerite (Ps. of Marguerite de Crayencour, 1903-1987).

_____. Alexis, ou le traité du vain combat. 1929. (Homosexuality).

_____. Anna soror. 1981. (Incest).

_____. Mémoires d'Hadrien. 1951.

_____. L'Œuvre au nor. 1968. (Prix Fémina).

_____. Mishima ou la vision du vide. 1980.

Beauvoir. La Lingue marche. 1957. (Mao's china).

(Pro-abortion manifesto, signed by S. de Beauvoir et al.). Le Nouvel Observateur 5 april 1971.

Beauvoir. (1972, president of the pro-abortion association Choisir)

Sarrazin, Albertine (1937-1967). L'Astragale. Autobiographical novel. 1965.

_____. La Cavale. Autobiographical novel. 1965.

_____. La Traversière. Autobiographical novel. 1967.

Rochefort, Christiane. (b. 1917). Le Repos du guerrier. 1958.

_____. Les Petits Enfants du siècle. Novel. 1961. (working class city life).

_____. Une rose pour Morrison. Novel. 1966.

_____. Encore heureux qu'on va vers l'été. Novel. 1975.

_____. La porte au fond. 1988.

Etcherelli, Claire. (b. 1934). Élise ou la vraie vie. Novel. 1967. (working class, city exodus).

Thérame, Victoria. Hosto-Blues. 1974. (Nurses).

Groult, Benoîte. La Part des choses. Essay. 1972. (Feminism).

_____. Ainsi soit-elle. Essay. 1975. (Feminism).

Cardinal, Marie. (b. 1929). La Clé sur la porte. 1972.

_____. Les mots pour le dire. 1975. (marriage).

Ernaux, Annie. La Place. 1983. (Fathers, daughters).

_____. Une femme. 1988. (Mothers, daughters).

Redonnet, Marie. (b. 1948). Splendid Hotel.i Novel.

_____. Forever Valley. Novel. 1987.

_____. Rose Mélie Rose. Novel. 1987.

Leclerc, Annie. Parole de femme. 1974. (Domestic "feminism").

_____. Origines. Autobiography. 1988.

Chawaf, Chantal. Rédemption. Novel. 1989. (Serial killer).

Cixous, Hélène (b. 1937; founder and director of the Centre d'Études Féminines, U of Paris VIII, Vincennes; loved Antoinette Fouque). Dedans. Novel. 1969. (Prix Médicis). (Gender).

_____. Prénoms de personne. 1974. (Self, subject, gender).

_____. Souffles. 1975. (Femininity, masochism).

_____. Révolutions pour plus d'un Faust. 1975. (Masculinity and history).

_____. Angst. 1977. (Oedipus, lesbianism).

_____. Illa. 1980. (Motherhood).

_____. Vivre l'orange. 1979.

_____. With ou l'art de l'inocence. 1981. (Lear's Cordelia, female self).

_____. Le Livre de Prométhéa. 1983. (Feminine creation).

Vivien, Renée. (Ps. of Pauline Tarn, 1877-1909).

Pougy, Liane de. (Actress and writer, early 20th).

Colette, Sidonie Gabrielle (1873-1954). Le Pur et l'impur. Pub. 1932 as Ces plaisirs. (Lesbianism).

Leduc, Violette. (1907-1972). L'Asphyxie. Novel. 1940. (Lesbianism).

_____. L'Affamée. Novel. 1948. (Lesbianism).

_____. Ravages. Novel. 1955. (Lesbianism).

_____. Thérèse et Isabelle. Novel. 1966. (Lesbianism).

_____. La Bâtarde. Augobiography. Preface by Simone de Beauvoir. 1964.

Wittig, Monique. (b. 1935). L'Opoponax. 1964. (Gender).

_____. Les Guérillères. 1969. (Utopian lesbianism).

_____. Le Corps lesbien. 1963.

_____. Virgile Non. 1985. (utopian lesbianism; parody of the Divine Comedy).

_____. "The Mark of Gender." 1985.

Wittig, Monique, and Sande Zeig. Brouillon pour un dictionnaire des amantes. 1976.



Dictionnaire des œuvres littéraires du Québec. 1978.

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_____. La Petite poule d'eau. Novel. 1950.

_____. La Route d'Altamont. Short stories. 1966.

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_____. Les Fous de Bassan. Novel. Prix Fémina, 1982.

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_____. Un joualonais, sa joualonie. Drama. 1973.

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_____. L'Impromptu d'Outrement. Drama. 1980.

Beaulieu, Victor-Lévy. (Québec postmodernist novelist, b. 1945). Don Quixhotte de la démanche. Novel. 1974.

Miron, Gaston. (Québec poet, b. 1928). L'Homme rapaillé. Poems. 1970.

_____. Courtepointes. Poems. 1975.

Maillet, Antonine. (Acadia, b. 1929). La Sagouine. 1971.

_____. Pélagie-la-Charrette. Novel. Prix Goncourt, 1979. (Acadian history, 18th c.).

Mirbeau, Octave. Le Jardin des supplices. Novel. 1899. (French colonialism).

Loti, Pierre. (1850-1923).

Delafosse, Maurice. (Ethnologist, early 20th c.).Haut-Sénégal-Niger. 1912.

Cendrars, Blaise, ed. Anthologies Nègre. Oral folk tales. 1919.

Gide. Voyage au Congo. 1927. (Vs. colonialism).

Stravinsky. The Soldier's Tale.

Birtwistle. Punch and Judy. Opera.

_____. Secret Theatre. 1984. (Related to Robert Graves's poem "Secret Theatre").

Bartók, Béla. Concerto for Orchestra. 4 Pieces for Orchestra. Chicago Symphony Orchestra / Pierre Boulez. CD. Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon.

_____. Divertimento. Dance suite. Two Pictures. Hungarian Sketches. Chicago Symphony Orchestra / Pierre Boulez. CD. Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon, 1995.

_____. Cantata profana. The Wooden Prince. John Aler. John Tomlison. Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chorus / Pierre Boulez. CD. Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon.

_____. Duke Bluebeard's Castle. Jessye Norman, László Polgár. Chicago Symphony Orchestra / Pierre Boulez. CD. Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon, 1995.

Berg, Alban, Chamber Concerto (Daniel Barenboim, Pinchas Zukerman. Ensemble InterContemporain / Pierre Boulez) Igor Stravinsy, Ebony Concerto. 8 Miniatures. Dumbarton Oaks (Ensemble Intercontemporain / Pierre Boulez). CD. (The Originals). Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon, 1995.

Stravinsky. lUlu. Stratas. Minton. Schwarz. Mazura. Riegel. Blankenheim. Tear. Pampuch. Orchestre de l'Opéra de Paris / Pierre Boulez. 3 CDs. Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon.

Boulez, Pierre. ... explosante-fixe... Structures Book 2. Notations I-XII. Pierre-Laurent Aimard. Florant Boffard. Ensemble InterContemporain. CD. Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon, 1995.

Debussy, Claude. Images pour orchestre. Printemps. Prélude à l'Après-midi d'un faune. The Cleveland Orchestra / Pierre Boulez. CD. Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon.

_____. La Mer. Trois Nocturens. Jeux. Rhapsodie pour clarinette et orchestre. The Cleveland Orchestra and Chorus / Pierre Boulez. CD. Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon, 1995.

Ligeti, Gÿorgy. Chamber Concerto. Ramifications. Aventures (Thomas. Manning. Pearson. Ensemble InterContemporain / Pierre Boulez). 2nd String Quarter. (LaSalle Quartet/ Pierre Boulez). Lux Aeterna. (NDR-Chor / Helmut Franz). CD. (20th Century Classics). Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon.

_____. Boulez Conducts Ligeti: Cello Concerto. Violin Concerto. Piano Concerto.  Jean-Guihen Queyras, Saschko Gawriloff, Pierre-Laurent Aimard. Ensemble InterContemporain / Pierre Boulez. CD. Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon.

Mahler, Gustav. Symphonie no. 6. Wiener Philharmoniker / Pierre Boulez. CD. Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon, 1995.

Messiaen, Olivier. Et exspecto resurrectionem mortuorum. Chronochromie. La Ville d'en haut. The Cleveland Orchestra / Pierre Boulez. CD. Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon, 1995.

Ravel, Maurice. Boléro. Ma Mère l'Oye. Une Barque sur l'Océan. Alborada del Gracioso. Rhapsodie espagnole. Berliner Philharmoniker / Pierre Boulez. CD. Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon.

_____. Daphnis et Chloé. La Valse. Rundfunkchor Berlin. Berliner Philharmoniker / Pierre Boulez. CD. Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon, 1995

Stravinsky, Igor. Le Sacre du printemps. Pétrouchka. The Cleveland Orchestra / Pierre Boulez. CD. Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon.

_____. The Firebird. Fireworks. 4 Etudes. Chicago Symphony Orchestra / Pierre Boulez. CD. Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon.

_____. Songs. Phyllis Bryn-Julson, Ann Murray, Robert Tear, John Shirley-Quirk. Ensemble InterContemporain / Pierre Boulez. CD. (20th Century Classics). Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon.

Wagner, Richard. Parsifal. Jones - King - Stewart - Crass- McIntyre - Ridderbusch. Chor und Orchester der Bayreuther Festspiele / Pierre Boulez. 3 CDs. CD. Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon.

Webern, Anton. Boulez Conducts Webern: Songs and Choruses. 5 Pieces op. 10. Concereto op. 24. Quartett op. 22. Piano Quintet op. post. Françoise Pollet, Chrsitiane Oelze. BBC Singers. Ensemble InterContemporain / Pierre Boulez. CD. Hamburg: Deutsche Grammophon, 1995.

Salieri, Antonio. Prima la musica, poi le parole. Opera. Libretto by Giovanni Battista Casti. c. 1786.

Mozart. Schauspieldirektor. Premiere in February 1786.

Krauss, Clemens. (Conductor, 1893-1954).

Kennedy, Michael. Richard Strauss: Man, Musicain and Enigma. London, 1999.

Beethoven. Fidelio. Dir. Otto Klemperer. 2 CDs. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Bizet. Carmen. With Victoria de los Angeles. Dir. Sir Thomas Beecham. 3 CDs. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Lehár. Die Lustige Witwe.. With Elisabeth Schwarzkopf. Dir. Lovro von Matacie. 2 CDs. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Mascagni. L'Amico Fritz. With Mirella Freni. Dir. Gianandrea Gavanezzi. 2 CDs. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Mozart. Cosí fan Tutte. With Elizabeth Schwarzkopf. Dir. Karl Böhm. 3 CDs. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

_____. Die Zauberflöte. With Nicolai Gedda, Gundula Janowitz, Lucia Popp. Dir. Otto Klemperer. 2 CDs. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Verdi. Don Carlo. With Plácido Domingo, Montserrat Caballé. Dir. Carlo Maria Giulini. 3 CDs. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Wagner. Der fliegende Holländer. Adam, Silja, etc. Dir. Otto Klemperer. 2 CDs. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

_____. Lohengrin. Dir. Rudolf Kempe. 3 CDs. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Lipatti, Dinu. Bach, Scarlatti, Mozart & Schubert: Piano Recital. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Beethoven. Symphony No. 9 "Choral". Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Elisabeth Höngen., Hans Hopf, Otto Edelman. Chor und Orchester der Bayreuther Festspiele / Wilhelm Furtwängler. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

_____. Violin Concerto. Itzhak Perlman. Philharmonia Orchestra / Carlo Maria Giulini. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Menuhin, Yehudi. Beethoven & Mendelssohn: Violin Concertos. Philharmonia & Berlin Symphony Orchestras / Wilhelm Furtwängler. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Beethoven. Triple Concerto. Brahms. Double Concerto. David Oistrakh, Mstislav Rostropovich and Sviatoslav Richter. Berliner Philharmoniker / Herbert von Karajan. Cleveland Orchestra / George Szell. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Beethoven. "Archduke" Piano Trio. Schubert Piano Trio No. 1. Alfred Cortot, Jacques Thibaud & Pablo Casals. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

_____. Piano sonatas Nos. 8, 14 & 23, 'Pathétique', 'Moonlight' & 'Appassionata'. Daniel Barenboim. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Bizet. Symphony in C & 'L'Arlésienne' Suites. Orchestre National de la Radiodiffusion Française. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Sir Thomas Beecham. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Brahms. Violin Concerto. Itzhak Perlman. chicago Symphony Orchestra / Carlo Maria Giulini. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

_____. Violin sonatas Nos. 1-3. Itzhak Perlman, Vladimir Ashkenazy. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Brahms. Ein deutsches Requiem. Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau. Phiharmonia Chorus & Orchestra / Otto Klemperer. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Canteloube. Chants d'Auvergne. Victoria de los Angeles. Lamoureux Concerts Orchestra / Jean-Pierre Jacquillat. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Chopin. Piano concertos Nos. 1 & 2. Samson François. Orchestre National de l'Opéra de Monte-Carlo / Louis Frémaux. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

_____. 14 valses, Barcarolle, Nocturen op. 27. No. 2 & Mazurka op. 50 no. 3. Dinu Lipatti. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Debussy. Préludes, I & II. Walter Gieseking. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Debussy. Pelléas et Mélisande. Richard Stilwell, Frederica von Stade, José van Dam, Ruggro Raimondi, Nadine Denize & Christine Barbaux. Chor der Deutschen Oper Berlin. Berliner Philharmoniker / Herbert von Karajan. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Dvorak, Piano concerto. Schubert, 'Wanderer' fantasy. Sviatoslav Richter. Orchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks / Carlos Kleiber. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Elgar. Violin Concerto & 'Enigma' Variations. Yehudi Menuhin. London Symphony and Royal Albert Hall Orchestras / Sir Edward Elgar. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Elgar, Introduction & Allegro, Serenade Elegy & Sospiri. Vaughan Williams, Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis & Fantasia on 'Greensleeves'. Sinfornia of London, Allaegri String Quartet. New Philharmonia Orchestra / Sir John Barbirolli.

Fauré. Requiem. Victoria de los Angeles, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau. Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire / André Cluytens. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Gershwin. Piano Concerto in F, Rhapsody in Blue & 'An American in Paris'. André Previn / London Symphony Orchestra. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Grieg. 'Peer Gynt', Symphonic Dance No. 2 'In Autumn' & Old Norwegian Folksongs with Variations. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Sir Thomas Beecham. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Haydn. Cello Concertos Nos. 1 & 2. Mstislav Rostropovich. Academy of St. Martin in the Fields. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Haydn and Boccherini. Cello Concertos. Jacqueline du Pré. English Chamber & London Symphony Orchestras / Daniel Barenboim & Sir John Barbirolli. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.



Hummell, L. Mozart, Telemann & Vivaldi: Trumpet Concertos. Maurice André. Berliner Philharmoniker / Herbert von Karajan. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Humperdinck. Hänsel und Gretel. Elisabeth Grümmer, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Else Schürhoff, Josef Metternich, Maria von Ilosvay & Anny Felbermayer. Choirs of Loughton Girls' High and Bancroft's Schools. Philharmonia Orchestra / Herbert von Karajan. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Janacek. Sinfornietta & Glagolitic Mass. Philharmonia Orchestra, City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus and Orchestra / Simon Rattle. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Mahler. Symphony No. 2 'Resurrection'. Elisabeth Schwarzkopf & Hilde Rössl-Majdan. Philharmonia Chorus & Orchestra / Otto Klemperer. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Mahler. Symphony No. 5. New Philharmonia Orchestra / Sir John Barbirolli. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Mahler. Das Lied von der Erde. Christa Ludwig & Fritz Wunderlich. Philharmonia Orchestra / Otto Klemperer. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

_____. Des Knaben Wunderhorn. Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Dieter Fischer-Dieskau. London Symphony Orchestra / George Szell. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Mahler:Kindertotenliede. Songs and Arias by Gluck, Greene, Handel, PUrcell 7 Mendelssohn. Isobel Baillie, Charles Bruck & Gerald Moore. Wiener PHilharmoniker / Bruno Walter. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Mahler. Kindertotenlieder. 5 Rückertlieder & Lieder eines Fahrenden Gesellen. Janet Baker. Hallé & New Philharmonia Orchestras / Sir John Barbirolli. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Mendelssohn. Violin Concerto. Bruch. Violin Concerto No. 1. Yehudi Menuhin. Philharmonia Orchestra / Efrem Kurtz & Walter Susskind. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Mozart. Clarinet Concerto. Sabine Meyer. Sinfonia Concertante K. 297b. Diethelm Jonas, Sergio Azzolini & Bruno Schneider. Dresden Staatskapelle / Hans Vonk. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

_____. Horn Concertos Nos. 1-4. Dennis Brain. Quintet K. 452. Colin Horsley & Dennis Brain Wind Ensemble. Philharmonia Orchestra / Herbert von Karajan. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

_____. Cosí fan Tutte. Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Nan Merriman, Lisa Otto, Rolando Panerai, Leopold Simoneau, Sesto Bruscnatini. Philharmonia Orchestra & Chorus / Herbert von Karajan. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

_____. Le nozze di Figaro. Erich Kunz, Irmgard Seefried, George London, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Sena Jurniac. Chor der Wiener Staatsoper. Wiener Philharmoniker / Herbert von Karajan. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

_____. Die Zauberflöte. Anton Dermota, Irmgard Seefried, Erich Kunz, Sena Jurinac, Weilma Lipp, Ludwig Weber, Geroge London. Singverein der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Weien. Wiener Philharmoniker / Herbert von Karajan. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Schwarzkopf, Elisabeth. Operetta Arias: heuberger, Lehár, Millöcker, Sieczynski, Johann Strauss II, Suppé & Zeller. Philharmonia Orchestra & Chorus / Otto Ackermann. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Orff. Carmina Burana. Thomas Allen, Sheila Armstrong, Gerald English. London Symphony Chorus & Orchestra / André Previn. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Paganini. 24 caprices. Itzhak Perlman. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Rachmaninov. Symphony No. 2 Vocalise, etc. London Symphony Orchestra / André Previn. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Ravel. Piano Concertos & Gaspard de la Nuit. Samson François. Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire / André Cluytens. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.
Ravel. Piano Concerto in G. Rachmaninov, Piano Concerto No. 4. Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli. Philharmonia Orchestra / Ettore Gracis. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Rimsky-Korsakov. Scherezade. Borodin Polovtsian Dances ("Prince Igor"). Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Sir Tomas Beecham. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Satie. Gymnopédies. Gnosiennes. Nocturnes. La Belle Excentrique. 3 Morceaux en forme de poire, etc. Aldo Ciccolini & Gabriel Tacchino. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Schubert. String Quintet. Alban Berg Quartett & Heinrich Schiff. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

_____. Symphonies Nos. 3, 5,& 6. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Sir Thomas Beecham. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

_____. Die schöne Müllerin. Dietrich Fischer Dieskau, Gerald Moore. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

_____. Winterreise. Hans Hotter, Gerald Moore. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Strauss, Johann, II. Die Fledermaus. Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Nicolai Gedda, Rita Streich, IHelmut Krebs, ERich Kunz, and Rudolf Christ. Philharmonia Orchestra & Chorus / Herbert von Karajan. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Strauss, Richard. Don Quixote.  Schuamnn, Cello Concerto. Mstislav Rostropovich. Berliner Philharmoniker / Herbert von Karajan; Orchestre National de France / Leonard Bernstein. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

_____. Ariadne auf Naxos. Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Irmgard Seefried, Rita Streich, Rudolf Schock, Hermann Prey. Philharmonia Orchestra / Herbert von Karajan. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

_____. Salome. Hildegard Behrens, José van Dam, Agnes Baltsa, Karl-Walter Böhm, Wieslaw Ochman. Wiener Philharmoniker / von Karajan. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

_____. Vier Letzte Lieder & 12 Orchesterlieder. Elisabeth Schwarzkopf. Berlin Radio & London Symphony Orchstras / Geortge Szell. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Verdi. Falstaff. Tito Gobbi, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Nan Merriman, Rolando Panerai, Fedora Barbieri, Anna Moffo, Luigi Alva. Philharmonia Orchestra & Chorus / Herbert von Karajan. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Villa-Lobos. Bachianas Brasileiras Nos. 1, 2, 5 & 9. Victoria de los Angeles. Orchestre National de la Radiodiffusion Française / Heitor Villa-Lobos.

Vivaldi. Magnificat & Gloria. Teresa Berganza, Lucia Valentini Terrani, New Philharmonia Chorus & Orchestra / Riccardo Muti. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

Wagner. Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg. René Kollo, Helen Donath, Theo Adam, Geraint Evans, Peter Schreier, Karl Ridderbusch. Chor der Staatsoper Dresden, Chor des Leipziger Rundfunks. Staatskapelle Dresden / Herbert von Karajan. (Great Recordings of the Century). EMI Classics.

López Santos, Antonio, and Rubén Tostado González, eds. Interludio de Calisto y Melibea: Estudio, traducción y notas. (Acta Salmanticensia, Estudios Filológicos, 284). Salamanca: Ediciones U de Salamanca, 2001.* (John Rastell, Rojas).

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Dyer, Geoff. Rev. of Underworld. By Don DeLillo. Sunday Telegraph.

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