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Read online Dictionnaire des lieux imaginaires.pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Dictionnaire des lieux imaginaires D Hom re Stevenson de Rabelais Swift de Platon Buzzati et Henri Michaux la litt rature mondiale a invent une g ographie imaginaire sans doute aussi riche que la g ographie r elle L Atlantide et le mont Analogue Pellucidar et l le des Pingouins Avalon et les Terres du Milieu contr es cit s et royaumes fictifs sont tour tour le domaine de la peur ou des enchantements de l initiation philosophique de la satire politique ou de l utopie Pour la premi re fois nous est propos dans ce livre rudit et chatoyant un r pertoire de ces lieux imaginaires Situation topographie climat flore faune formes de gouvernement coutumes tout est recens avec rigueur chaque article renvoyant aux uvres sources Une all chante invitation au meilleur des voyages la lecture by Alberto Manguel, Gianni Guadalupi, Patrick Reumaux, Michel-Claude Touchard

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Dictionnaire des lieux imaginaires
Title:Dictionnaire des lieux imaginaires
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Number of Pages:663
Category:reference, non-fiction, mythology
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The City of Words, With Borges, A History of Reading, A Reader on Reading, A Reading Diary: A Passionate Reader's Reflections on a Year of Books, All Men Are Liars, The Dictionary of Imaginary Places: The Newly Updated and Expanded Classic, Black Water: The Book of Fantastic Literature, Homer's the Iliad and the Odyssey: A Biography (Books That Changed the World), The Library at Night
This huge anthology offers a kaleidoscope of brilliant writing from the Magi of the imagination Alberto Manguel has selected fantastic tales from life on the edge of the twilight zone with stories from Marguerite Yourcenar Herman Hesse Italo Calvino Vladimir Nabokov and many many more This is a collection of irresistible masterpieces many of which have never before appeared in the English language br br i Fantastic literature i Manguel writes in his introduction i makes use of our everyday world as a facade through which the undefinable appears hinting at the half forgotten dreams of our imagination Unlike tales of fantasy fantastic literature deals with what can be best defined as the impossible seeping into the possible what Wallace Stevens calls b black water breaking into reality b Fantastic literature never really explains everything it thrives on surprise on the unexpected logic that is born from its own rules i br br Contents br br House taken over by Julio Cort zar br How love came to Professor Guildea by Robert S Hichens br Climax for a ghost story by I A Ireland br The mysteries of the Joy Rio by Tennessee Williams br Pomegranate seed by Edith Wharton br Venetian masks by Adolfo Bioy Casares br The wish house by Rudyard Kipling br The playground by Ray Bradbury br Importance by Manuel Mujica L inez br Enoch Soames by Max Beerbohm br A visitor from down under by L P Hartley br Laura by Saki br An injustice revealed br A little place off the Edgware Road by Graham Greene br From A School Story by M R James br The signalman by Charles Dickens br The tall woman by Pedro Antonio de Alarc n br A scent of mimosa by Francis King br Death and the gardener by Jean Cocteau br Lord Mountdrago by W Somerset Maugham br The sick gentleman s last visit by Giovanni Papini br Insomnia by Virgilio Pi era br The storm by Jules Verne br A dream from The Arabian Nights Entertainments br The facts in the case of M Valdemar by Edgar Allan Poe br Split second by Daphne du Maurier br August by Jorge Luis Borges br How Wang Fo was saved by Marguerite Yourcenar br From Peter and Rosa by Isak Dinesen br Tattoo by Jun ichir Tanizaki br John Duffy s brother by Flann O Brien br Lady into fox by David Garnett br Father s last escape by Bruno Schulz br A man by the name of Ziegler by Hermann Hesse br The Argentine ant by Italo Calvino br The lady on the grey by John Collier br The queen of spades by Alexander Pushkin br Of a promise kept by Lafcadio Hearn br The wizard postponed by Juan Manuel br The monkey s paw by W W Jacobs br The bottle imp by Robert Louis Stevenson br The rocking horse winner by D H Lawrence br Certain distant suns by Joanne Greenburg br The third bank of the river by Jo o Guimar es Rosa br Home by Hilaire Belloc br The door in the wall by H G Wells br The friends by Silvina Ocampo br Et in sempiternum pereant by Charles Williams br The captives of Longjumeau by L on Bloy br The visit to the museum by Vladimir Nabakov br Autumn Mountain by Ry nosuke Akutagawa br The sight by Brian Moore br Clorinda by Andr Pieyre de Mandiargues br The pagan rabbi by Cynthia Ozick br The fisherman and his soul by Oscar Wilde br The bureau d echange de maux by Lord Dunsany br The ones who walk away from Omelas by Ursula K LeGuin br In the penal colony by Franz Kafka br A dog in Durer s etching The Knight Death and the Devil by Marco Denevi br The large ant by Howard Fast br The lemmings by Alex Comfort br The grey ones by J B Priestley br The feather pillow by Horacio Quiroga br Seaton s aunt by Walter de la Mare br The friends of the friends by Henry James br The travelling companion by Hans Christian Andersen br The curfew tolls by Stephen Vincent Benet br The state of grace by Marcel Aym br The story of a panic by E M Forster br An invitation to the hunt by George Hitchcock br From the American Notebooks by Nathaniel Hawthorne br The dream by O Henry, At one magical instant in your early childhood the page of a book b b that string of confused alien ciphers b b shivered into meaning Words spoke to you gave up their secrets at that moment whole universes opened You became irrevocably a reader Noted essayist Alberto Manguel moves from this essential moment to explore the year old conversation between words and that magician without whom the book would be a lifeless object the reader Manguel lingers over reading as seduction as rebellion as obsession and goes on to trace the never before told story of the reader s progress from clay tablet to scroll codex to CD ROM, In this major collection of his essays Alberto Manguel whom George Steiner has called the Casanova of reading argues that the activity of reading in its broadest sense defines our species We come into the world intent on finding narrative in everything writes Manguel landscape the skies the faces of others the images and words that our species create Reading our own lives and those of others reading the societies we live in and those that lie beyond our borders reading the worlds that lie between the covers of a book are the essence of i A Reader on Reading i br br The thirty nine essays in this volume explore the crafts of reading and writing the identity granted to us by literature the far reaching shadow of Jorge Luis Borges to whom Manguel read as a young man and the links between politics and books and between books and our bodies The powers of censorship and intellectual curiosity the art of translation and those numinous memory palaces we call libraries also figure in this remarkable collection For Manguel and his readers words in spite of everything lend coherence to the world and offer us a few safe places as real as paper and as bracing as ink to grant us room and board in our passage, In this graceful and sweeping addition to the Books That Changed the World series Alberto Manguel traces the lineage of Homer s epic poems The Iliad and The Odyssey