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Albert Nobbs et autres nouvelles George Moore, appareil critique littéraire et nouvelle traduction

Abstract : George Moore (1852-1933) – the francophile enfant terrible of Irish letters – was a versatile and prolific writer. The short stories for which he was renowned feature characters whose lives, although lackluster, are nevertheless out of the ordinary. In Two Men, A Railway Story, a railway worker is driven into a fit of murderous jealousy; in Home Sickness, the protagonist returns to his native Ireland from his adopted New York City; in Albert Nobbs, a woman passes herself off as a man in order to survive.
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Submitted on : Saturday, September 12, 2020 - 12:12:56 PM
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Christophe Poiré, Sylvie Mikowski, Michel Brunet, Christian Levesque, Barbara Fontyn. Albert Nobbs et autres nouvelles George Moore, appareil critique littéraire et nouvelle traduction. Éditions de l'Oxalide, 144 p., In press, Collection Les Classiques d'Irlande / Irish Classics, Sylvie Mikowski et Christophe Poiré, 978-2-37409-015-3. ⟨hal-02937029⟩

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