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Fri Mar 21 17:14:15 2014 UTClccn-n500145650.06Friday and Robinson: life on Speranza Island0.550.90Tournier élémentaire /89377307Michel_Tourniern 5001456550037Tournier, MTournier, MichelTurnjē, MišelsТурнье, Мишельتورنيي، ميشيلトゥールニエトゥルニエ, Mトゥルニエ, ミシェルlccn-n91114276Petit, Susanlccn-n94033110Krell, Jonathan F.1952-lccn-nr89001687Bouloumié, Arlettepbddrtedtlccn-n79142948Rais, Gilles de1404-1440lccn-n79033041Joanof Arc, Saint1412-1431lccn-n84030186Cloonan, William J.lccn-no2012091707Panek, Melissa Barchilccn-no96017154Platten, Davidlccn-n84019343Koster, Serge1940-ivrlccn-n99025108Davis, Colin1960-Tournier, MichelFictionCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyWestern storiesHistoryJuvenile worksInterviewsTournier, MichelFrench fictionMagiMetaphysics in literatureMyth in literatureNovelists, FrenchFranceJoan,--of Arc, Saint,Rais, Gilles de,PhilosophyNazisShort storiesImmigrantsUnited States, WestColoradoFrench literatureTwinsBrothersAlgeriansFictionLiterature, ModernShipwreck survivalChildren's storiesChristian women saintsCriminalsMarshalsPolarityUniversities and collegesUnited StatesGay menShipwrecksAdventure storiesCategories (Philosophy)LiteratureVendredi (Tournier, Michel)Polarity (Philosophy)Idea (Philosophy)World War (1939-1945)Prisoners of warAdventure stories, FrenchKnowledge, Theory ofAssociation of ideasManners and customsCastawaysCastaways in literatureReligionPerforming artsMass mediaLinguisticsLiterature--Philosophy1924192419331946194819501951195219531954195519561957195819591961196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013298559763297843.914PQ2680.O83ocn420232114ocn409412151ocn470293578ocn421821554ocn412116349ocn405585082ocn470105469ocn467518993ocn417225136ocn417578185ocn406688270ocn468643866ocn468643861ocn025377192ocn407775341ocn460336745ocn852717981ocn468643864ocn459741877ocn460100185ocn417019254ocn461463343ocn461468979ocn461575900ocn461762043ocn692029797ocn692029796ocn692030389ocn742954703ocn461768334ocn417320881ocn659233269ocn691798715ocn676644363ocn693949188ocn691468163ocn691518055ocn820629210ocn691480302ocn762287354ocn766968087ocn461702815ocn180456369ocn310749409ocn419231481ocn079959337ocn691890188ocn691758472ocn691471495ocn691468177ocn691480684ocn691471519ocn691471508ocn691486447ocn691475847ocn691475892ocn692003252ocn419674344ocn743161892ocn691348089ocn691931337ocn691419542ocn691993292ocn692040677ocn691997852ocn692032084ocn691475834ocn766968245ocn691758472ocn691475873ocn691475939ocn691475903ocn661905969ocn691475918ocn691475960ocn743078684ocn718873982ocn721530072ocn072976558ocn722874077ocn072976556ocn721485575ocn718873952ocn072353997ocn072333873ocn072353999ocn420608547ocn673597040ocn658375348ocn659235290ocn690426829ocn690343801ocn690426860ocn690316401ocn690344400ocn549592517ocn062597301ocn742967760ocn439310805ocn692004972ocn742856962ocn4947195771569336ocn000857233book19670.33Tournier, MichelVendredi, ou les Limbes du PacifiqueCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksFictionInspiré de Defoe, Michel Tournier exploite l'idée de Robinson, personnage civilisé, maître qui montre et ordonne. Mais, avec l'explosion de la grotte, synonyme d'épanouissement, de révolte, le lecteur assiste à la découverte, à l'éclosion de Vendredi. L'étude des personnages, leurs comportements, leurs agissements décrivent avec finesse tout un processus de relations humaines et ses revirements. L'auteur dénonce clairement l'exploitation de l'homme. Un texte riche qui dépasse souvent+-+0404185257110117ocn000410406book19720.32Tournier, MichelThe ogreHistoryFictionAbel Tuffauges is a French mechanic who is slowly sucked into the German war machine. His adventures take him deeper into Germany where he is "drawn into recruting for the Hitler youth, though he does not realize what fate he has doomed his beloved boys until he finds a Jewish child who has escaped from Auchwitz. Abel realizes that he has been living a life of ghastly inversions and that the only way to redeem himself is to rescue this child."--Amazon.com+-+K540036535906121ocn000541735book19700.56Tournier, MichelLe roi des AulnesAnalyse: Roman historique. Roman psychologique (intime)75611ocn008194661book19820.28Tournier, MichelThe four wise menFiction+-+888203653560073ocn013515416book19240.59Tournier, MichelLa goutte d'or : romanIdriss, jeune berger du nord-ouest du Sahara, est photographié un jour par une Européenne surgie d'une auto. Plus tard, il part pour la France pour chercher du travail et retrouver sa photo et la femme+-+135428525756088ocn001406465book19750.63Tournier, MichelLes météoresFictionDe volmaakte eenheid zoals die door een tweeling wordt nagestreefd en beleefd loopt noodzakelijkerwijs op een mislukking uit55075ocn004394176book19330.59Tournier, MichelLe coq de bruyèreVijftien novellen met een mythologische achtergrond5479ocn007167688book19810.35Tournier, MichelGeminiFiction+-+212203653552677ocn008494989book19800.59Tournier, MichelGaspard, Melchior & BalthazarFictionRoman over de drie koningen en een vierde koning, die 33 jaar na de geboorte van Jezus naar deze op zoek gaat5235ocn000004382book19690.47Tournier, MichelFridayFictionA retelling of the legend of Robinson Crusoe. Cast away on a tropical island, Michel Tournier's god-fearing Crusoe sets out to tame it, to remake it in the image of the civilization he has left behind. Alone and against terrible odds, he almost succeeds. Then a mulatto named Friday appears and teaches Robinson that there are, after all, better things in life than civilization -- Publisher's description+-+17400365354727ocn015489830book19870.31Tournier, MichelThe golden dropletFictionA modern fable about a fourteen-year-old Berber shepherd who is drawn away from his Sahara oasis when a French tourist takes his photograph. The young shepherd plans a route to Paris in search of the photograph and the beautiful blonde who took it44327ocn008446332book19810.76Tournier, MichelLe vol du vampire : notes de lectureCriticism, interpretation, etc38940ocn010176498book19830.66Tournier, MichelGilles & Jeanne : récitHistoryFictionCe récit, très secondaire dans l'oeuvre de Tournier, a pour personnage principal, Gilles de Rais, plus connu sous le nom de Barbe-Bleue. Une certaine complaisance dans la description des turpitudes du monstre, assassin d'enfants38610ocn020823703book19850.56Tournier, MichelGilles & JeanneHistoryFiction35311ocn019818621book19890.66Tournier, MichelLe médianoche amoureux : contes et nouvellesUne vingtaine de nouvelles et de contes dans lesquels se déploie "l'art subtil du détour et du leurre" d'un écrivain accompli qui joue ici sur les registres du jeu et de l'ironie et affirme que chacune des histoires "évoque un grand sujet classique sous des formes opposées". Des faiblesses (##L'auto fantôme##, etc.) et des textes nourris d'une mince anecdote (##Ecrire debout##, etc.). Pour A. Girard "un ensemble somptueux de saveurs discrètes". Pour A. Rinaldi "pas une phrase qui retienne". Ainsi va la critique littéraire35123ocn035912232book19960.73Tournier, MichelÉléazar, ou, La source et le buisson : romanFictionWestern storiesGrundet hungersnøden i 1845 tvinges den irske hyrde Éléazar med kone og 2 børn til at udvandre til Amerika, hvor han sammen med landsmænd begiver sig mod det lovende California3236ocn000298669book19720.06Tournier, MichelFriday and Robinson: life on Speranza IslandJuvenile worksFictionA new approach to the Robinson Crusoe story which explores Robinson's psychological as well as physical experiences and introduces a new twist -- Friday eventually becomes master of Robinson27920ocn030706288book19940.81Tournier, MichelLe Miroir des idées : traitéEssai2402ocn047973432book20020.59Tournier, MichelEleazar, exodus to the westFictionWestern stories+-+659997853522311ocn010852395book19840.84Tournier, MichelLe vagabond immobile10412ocn774287660file19910.53Petit, SusanMichel Tournier's metaphysical fictionsCriticism, interpretation, etcThis study of the fictional themes and techniques of Michel Tournier reveals his profound radicalism as a social critic and novelist despite the seeming conventionality of his works. Guided by Tournier's essays and interviews, Petit examines his fiction in light of plot sources, philosophical and anthropological training, and his belief that fiction should change the world. Close study of Vendredi ou les limbes du Pacifique, Le Roi des aulnes, Les Météores, Gaspard, Melchior et Balthazar, and La Goutte d'or, as well as the short fiction in Le Coq de bruyère and Le Médianoche amoureux, shows To5846ocn010208367book19830.32Tournier, MichelThe fetishistFiction5232ocn011291068book19850.59Cloonan, William JMichel TournierCriticism, interpretation, etc4393ocn825978079com20120.47Panek, Melissa BarchiThe postmodern mythology of Michel TournierCriticism, interpretation, etc"Michel Tournier defines the supreme mission of a writer to be the creation of a mythology which allows for interaction with his readers, who seem to be losing their critical faculties in our contemporary, postmodern world dominated by consumption and dizzying technological advances. Our contemporary society has changed due to the end of the modern era with its reigning ideologies. Collapsing after the atrocities of the Second World War, Modernity and the artistic and literary reactions referred to as modernism, have likewise been transformed. Myth continues to represent the collectivity of human existence, yet, in the short stories and novels of Michel Tournier, myth represents the collapse of the all-encompasing ideologies inherent to the Modern era. The grand narrative of Modernity such as Christianity and Man's reason have been deconstructed in the postmodern era. The mythology of Michel Tournier expresses these trends towards the dissolution of Modernity and creates individual, mini narratives which emphasize the particularity of individual existence4175ocn018072067book19880.39Tournier, MichelThe wind spirit : an autobiographyBiographyIntellectuele autobiografie van de Franse schrijver (1924) waarin hij slechts fragmentarisch over zijn eigen leven vertelt, maar des te meer over zijn creatieve vermogens. Hij weerlegt o.a. de beschuldiging dat hij een perverse belangstelling voor kinderen, uitwerpselen, fascisme, homoseksualiteit en incest zou hebben4136ocn039235812book19980.76Platten, DavidMichel Tournier and the metaphor of fictionCriticism, interpretation, etc"Michel Tournier is France's most widely acclaimed living novelist, a writer who explores complex philosophical questions in the guise of concrete, imagistic narratives."--BOOK JACKET. "This comprehensive study of Tournier's fiction privileges the notion of literary reference, by which the world of text is understood or experienced in metaphorical relation to the world outside of it. Metaphor, viewed as a linguistic entity and principle of cognition, opens the door to the writer's imagination and, in the context of Tournier's fiction, shows how the fantastic merges with the real to provide new perspectives on many diverse aspects of the modern world: the Crusoe myth, Nazism, the value to society of art and religion, and the nature of education."--BOOK JACKET+-+589387803532438215ocn003312093book19770.66Tournier, MichelLe vent paraclet : [essai]BiographyAutobiographie intellectuelle de Michel Tournier, faite de souvenirs, de commentaires sur son oeuvre et de réflexions. En particulier l'auteur "évoque chacune de ses étapes littéraires et nous livre sur ses différents romans des sources précieuses d'information". Un livre-confession qui en divers endroits devient le journal de bord d'un moraliste pour qui la littérature doit avoir deux vertus majeures: l'humour et la célébration. Ouvrage de première valeur3353ocn017621533book19860.76Davis, ColinMichel Tournier, philosophy and fictionCriticism, interpretation, etc3026ocn016089757book19860.86Koster, SergeMichel TournierCriticism, interpretation, etcDès son premier livre, sans autre préalable qu'une maturation d'une quarantaine d'années, Michel Tournier a trouvé une place de choix dans les circuits du commerce et de l'étude. Les haines que suscite cet écrivain sont à la mesure de la fascination qu'il exerce, à la fois provocateur et solitaire : "Comme tout créateur, le seul être dont je revendique absolument la place, c'est Dieu."2943ocn034409823book19930.76Gascoigne, DavidMichel TournierCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+89358240363242861ocn037107104book19980.70Tournier, MichelThe mirror of ideas = Le miroir des idéesIf not by nature, then by habit, people tend to match one thing with another - man and woman, laughter and tears, sickness and health, fire and water, master and servant - thereby accentuating similarities and contrasts and opening a field of relations. In The Mirror of Ideas, Michel Tournier examines these pairs and a host of others to demonstrate how pairing one object or idea with another generates the work of imagination, philosophy, and creative thinking of all kinds+-+95899785352162ocn030398526book19940.90Krell, Jonathan FTournier élémentaireCriticism, interpretation, etc2062ocn032936969book19940.86Roberts, MartinMichel Tournier : bricolage and cultural mythologyCriticism, interpretation, etc1873ocn032468162book19950.81Michel TournierCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+55013573053241853ocn018656485book19880.84Merllié, FrançoiseMichel TournierCriticism, interpretation, etc1743ocn036960849book19970.88Vray, Jean-BernardMichel Tournier et l'écriture secondeCriticism, interpretation, etcIl s'agit d'abord d'une monographie qui vise à mettre en évidence la spécificité et la cohérence de l'oeuvre de Michel Tournier, la singularité d'une voix. La démarche est celle d'une poétique du second degré qui considère que l'oeuvre littéraire (et celle de Tournier tout spécialement) réfracte toujours prismatiquement d'autres textes1691ocn019739975book19880.81Bouloumié, ArletteMichel Tournier : le roman mythologiqueCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviews1592ocn016147048book19860.86Bevan, DavidMichel TournierCriticism, interpretation, etc1584ocn022382297book19900.88Rosello, MireilleL'in-différence chez Michel Tournier : un de ces types est le jumeau de l'autre ... lequelCriticism, interpretation, etc1413ocn017317510book19870.86Salkin Sbiroli, LynnMichel Tournier, la séduction du jeuCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+0404185257+-+0404185257Fri Mar 21 15:33:32 EDT 2014batch72145