Prix Utopiales Prix Bob Morane Prix Julia Verlanger Prix Hugo, Nebula et World Fantasy. Prix Locus Prix Locus du meilleur roman de science-fiction Un exemplaire aura vu le jour, avant la guerre civile. L'issue de la guerre est plus que jamais incertaine. Ce dernier, Ulysse, grandit au milieu des colons du Wyoming. Derf Backderf Trashed Ed. Barbucci dessin ; Christ. Jeremy A.
Bastian La Fille maudite du capitaine pirate, vol. Personne ne comprend sa passion pour Excel et PowerPoint. Roosevelt en personne. Angola est une entreprise. Toujours de bonne humeur, ils intriguent avec leur joie de vivre. Prix des gens de mer Jean-Christophe Chauzy Le Reste du monde, vol. Picquier Cote : BD CHA Le temps d'une nuit, les policiers d'un koban de Shioguni traquent la jeune Junko Tachibana et rencontrent un livreur de boissons, un chauffeur de taxi, un cuisinier, de faux yakuzas, etc.
Un album navigant entre horreur sourde et terreur pure. Pendant ce temps, Alix revient d'Egypte avec Enak. Mais le sein gauche d'Olivia fait des siennes et le diagnostic est sans appel, il s'agit d'un cancer. Steve Dillon dessin ; Garth Ennis scenario Preacher, vol. Frantz et Mike, deux adolescents, s'ennuient dans leur village charentais.
Seule la musique de la Mano Negra les passionne. Flipflops Darwin's Game, vol. Mais sa vie en France est bien loin de l'image idyllique qu'il s'en faisait. Anneli Furmark Hiver rouge Ed. Mais ce dernier arrive cinq ans trop tard Kengo Hanazawa I am a Hero, vol. Tsukasa Hojo Rash!! Un manga sur les travers des Japonais. Tous les. Il a une dette envers le boss de Chicago et doit, pour s'en acquitter, poursuivre trois braqueurs.
Il devra choisir ce qui le motive le plus et survivre au milieu des gangsters. Depuis la guerre, les courriers fonctionnent mal. En Afghanistan, il est fait prisonnier par les talibans et subit l'amputation de la main gauche. Dans cet espace clos et intimiste, les adolescents se laissent rapidement envahir par des sentiments violents.
Eric Liberge dessin ; A. Quel est l'incroyable secret de la soupe miso des Japonais? Nouvelles recettes, carnets de voyages et anecdotes gourmandes de Guillaume Long. Pour les activer, les deux partenaires doivent faire l'amour ensemble et avoir un orgasme. Sandrine Martin. Sandrine Martin dessin ; Dom. Taiyo Matsumoto Sunny, vol. Dernier volume.
Seul le nouveau de la classe technique pourrait l'aider. La France glorifie ses morts et oublie les survivants. Mori Kouji Suicide island, vol. Davy Mourier La Petite mort, vol. La seconde se sert de la peinture pour vivre un amour impossible. L'enregistrement est une version italienne de That's someone you never forget.
Ce cadeau exhume des souvenirs et des secrets de famille, rompant la monotonie de l'existence des personnages. Kei Ohkubo Arte, vol. Arte, une jeune fille issue de l'aristocratie, aime par-dessus tout la peinture et le dessin. Hiroya Oku Last Hero Inuyashiki, vol. Pendant ce temps, Madame attend. Dim D. Avec une carte de Paris et un flash code. Kyungeun Park dessin ; J.
Pauline et Blanca ont attendu le retour de leurs hommes durant la guerre. Les deux femmes quittent la montagne et emportent avec elles Florentin, un orphelin de 11 ans. La jeune femme ressuscite Avec un carnet de croquis en fin d'ouvrage. Ruben Pellejero dessin ; J. Comme du sable dans les sandales. Mais avec la guerre que se livrent les mages, la vie dans la montagne devient impossible. Avec Myrtille, l'unique survivante de son troupeau, il part accomplir sa vengeance.
Darick Robertson dessin ; Warren Ellis scenario Transmetropolitan vol. Dans les eaux qui l'emportent, ses amis imaginaires d'autrefois le guident dans ses souvenirs. Meilleur BD reportage aux dBD awards Joe Sacco Bumf, vol. Kei Sanbe Erased, vol. Kei Sanbe Le Berceau des esprits, vol. Que va-t-il se passer? Quelle sera sa place?
Ne devrait-il pas partir et chercher une autre maison? Dash Shaw Doctors Ed. Hiroshi Shiibashi Illegal Rare, vol. Sicomoro dessin ; Makyo scenario La Porte au ciel, vol. Fuyumi Soryo Cesare : il creatore che ha distrutto, vol. Ils se rencontrent lorsque Marko est fait prisonnier. La vie. Goran Sudzuka dessin ; Josh. Masayuki Takano Blood Alone, vol. Jacques Tardi. Tetsuya Tsutsui Poison city, vol. Une vague de puritanisme envahit le pays et des mouvements populaires se multiplient.
C25 Unknown. U36 C Unknown. Y I53 Unknown. Description Book — 94 pages ; 21 cm. B63 Y Available. Conte et histoire . Paris : Classiques Garnier, Description Book — pages ; 22 cm. H57 C Unknown. Toulouse : Presses universitaires du Midi,  Description Book — pages ; 24 cm. B78 Unknown. Contos africanos . R67 Unavailable In transit. C76 Unknown.
S76 F86 Available. The dragon slayer : folktales from Latin America . Hernandez, Jaime, author, illustrator. H D73 Unknown. Folk tales from Himachal . New Delhi, India : Authors Press, H55 F65 Available. Folk tales from the Northern region of India . Description Book — pages ; 22 cm Summary I.
emoplux by pierre PST - Issuu
A few tales from Himachal III. Some meaningful tales from Punjab IV. Some remarkable tales from Hindi regions. N67 F Available. Folklore stories of Trinidad and Tobago . Ramsawack, Al, author. Folktales of Mizoram . Revised edition. Description Book — xiv, pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm.
L85 F65 Available. Forbidden fruit . Gazemba, Stanley, First edition. Description Book — pages ; 22 cm Summary Desperate to make ends meet, Ombima commits a "harmless" crime. When he tries to conceal his misdeed, the simple farm laborer becomes a reluctant participant in a sinister affair. If discovered, the consequences could be disastrous for Ombima's family, friends, and a spate of unwitting, gossipy villagers. The moral slips and desperate cover-ups--sometimes sad, sometimes farcical--are the stories of time and place beyond the village of Maragoli. G39 F67 Unknown. George Sand et la fabrique des contes .
Comment et pourquoi se fabriquent-ils? A97 Unknown. A girl swallowed by a tree : Lotha Naga tales retold . Patton, Nzanmongi Jasmine, author. Kolkata, India : Adivaani, L68 P38 Available. The Glacier Park reader .
Buckley, The first and only anthology of key writings about Glacier National Park, this comprehensive collection ranges from Native American myths to early exploration narratives to contemporary journeys, from investigations of the park's geology and biology to hair-raising encounters with wild animals, fires, and mountain peaks.
Soon after the park was established in , visitors began to arrive, often with pen in hand. Laut, fiction writer Dorothy Johnson, humorist Irvin S. Cobb, poet Vachel Lindsay, and artist Maynard Dixon-all featured in the book.
Readers will encounter colorful characters who lived in and around the park in its early days, including railroad magnate and conservationist Louis Hill, renegade ranger and poacher Joe Cosley, bootlegger Josephine Doody, and old-time cowboy guide Jim Whilt. Blackfeet and Kalispel myths, politically charged descriptions by early explorers such as John Muir and George Bird Grinnell, and full-color reproductions of the illustrated letters of cowboy artist and Glacier resident Charles M.
Russell are also included. Copublished with the Glacier National Park Conservancy. G5 G45 Unknown. Gzhon nu zla med kyi gtam rgyus . Tshe-ring-dbang-rgyal, Mdo-mkhar Zhabs-drung, , author. T Available. Hitchhiker : stories from the Kentucky homefront . Short stories. Selections Thompson, Bob, August 8- author.
Growing up next door to his Granny's country store in McCracken County, Kentucky, a very young Bob Thompson had unlimited access to the cold-drink box and shelves of candy. Only later did he realize that the greatest benefit of this arrangement was that his playmates and best friends were all adults who frequented the grocery. As he passed his childhood years on the store's front porch, Thompson internalized the tales and folk traditions conveyed by his grandmother and her customers.
These moments allowed him to discover his own passion for storytelling. In Hitchhiker: Stories from the Kentucky Homefront, Thompson offers readers homegrown tales that interweave ghosts of the past with real and imagined worlds. The stories progress from his Tom Sawyer - esque childhood in Western Kentucky through his various incarnations as everything from an incense-burning flower-child hitchhiker to an unrepentant adventurer following the footsteps of Hemingway and the Lost Generation across Europe.
This collection brings together coming-of-age tales, family stories of bygone eras, and even true accounts of unsolved murders and mysteries. It is a book that will make you wish you'd paid closer attention to your grandparents' and parents' stories and photo albums, that you'd been less cautious and traveled more, that you'd followed your heart and made time to search for your guides and kindred spirits.
H A6 Available. Indigeneity, tales and alternatives : revisiting select tribal folktales . Chakraborty, Kaustav, author. Shimla : Indian Institute of Advanced Study, W47 C Available. Kars folktales : collected folktales from the field by local ddialects . Aslan, Ahmet Ali, author. K19 A75 Available. Kisse Avadha ke . O93 K57 Available. Picoux, Louisa, author. P67 P53 Available. Legends of the Indus . Quraeshi, Samina, author. This edition by Oxford University Press Pakistan. Q87 Available. N4 P36 Unavailable In transit. The four branches of the Mabinogi .
They were composed, or at least put into their current form-it is hard to say which, because we do not know who the author was-in the late eleventh or early twelfth century, and they survive in two fourteenth-century manuscripts and two thirteenth-century fragments. Set in a primal past, the Mabinogi bridges many genres; it is part pre-Christian myth, part fairytale, part guide to how nobles should act, and part dramatization of political and social issues. First translated in parts by William Owen Pughe d. This new translation is by a Celtic Studies scholar working with a contemporary American playwright; its primary purpose is to make the text accessible and engaging for twenty-first-century readers and especially, undergraduate students.
One significant way in which that philosophy is expressed is in the treatment of Welsh names. The University of Wales dictionary, Geiriadur Prifysgol Cymru, lists the following possible meanings for pwyll: "deliberation, consideration, care, caution; discretion, prudence, wisdom, patience, understanding, intelligence, perception, judgment, mind, wit s , reason, common sense, sanity. Calling the character Prince Sage, as this translation does, is a way of addressing both issues.
In general, transparently meaningful names have been rendered in English; all other names have been left in modernized Welsh spelling, with a note on pronunciation when they first occur. The editor has also included a number of background materials that help place the Mabinogi in the context of medieval Welsh history and culture. M2 B69 Unknown. M37 Available. B35 G87 Available.
P42 S4 Unknown. M57 M Available. I Unknown. Mukashibanashi to gendai . Description Book — vi, pages ; 15 cm. K39 Unknown. My curious and jocular heroes : tales and tale-spinners from Appalachia . Jones, Loyal, author. Urbana : University of Illinois Press,  Description Book — viii, pages : illustrations ; 23 cm Summary We were going down the road, and we came to this house. There was a little boy standing by the road just crying and crying. We stopped, and we heard the biggest racket you ever heard up in the house.
Brimming with ballads, stories, riddles, tall tales, and great good humor, My Curious and Jocular Heroes pays homage to four people who guided and inspired Loyal Jones TM s own study of Appalachian culture. Combs; Cratis D. Williams, the legendary father of Appalachian studies; and the folklorist and master storyteller Leonard W. Throughout, Jones highlights the tales, songs, jokes, and other collected nuggets that define the breadth of each man TM s research and repertoire. J66 Unknown. N Unknown. Banda, Tito. Oxford : Mzuni Press, Hunter's Magic 2.
Maliro and the River Spirit 3. Boy and the Monster 5. Crab's Revenge 6. Unmarried Brother 7. Ngoza na Mfumu Wake 2. Maliro na Chipili 3. Mwanakazi Uyo Wakazgokanga Munkhwere 4. Kasepuka na Chimilawanthu 5. Nkhala na Muzi 6. Mnyamata Wambura Kutola 7. It goes go! Wanthu wala Hu-uuu! M59 Unknown. The path of light : tales from the Upanishads, Jatakas, and Indic folklore .
Portraits de femmes au Biafra. Nigerian Literature , Chinua Achebe , and Nigerwives. View on etudesafricaines. Igbo tradition boasts many war songs — celebrating local heroes or lamenting over those who did not return from the fight; Basden, Leith-Ross, Nwando Achebe and others acknowledged the power released by those songs and dirges. Yet, the Yet, the role songs played in the Biafran war has seldom been investigated, and this is what this article, based on a recording of sixteen songs in Igbo, English and ijo, sets out to do. The study compares those songs with others, noted down by journalists visiting the enclave in and with those inserted in Igbo novels and memoirs published after the war.
Offering a thematic study of the texts, their oral roots, their style, structure and language, it reveals their power to impact the morale of civilians and soldiers alike, and sheds some light on the reasons behind their inclusion in writings from Adichie, Agu, Akuneme, Aniebo, Ekwensi, Ike, Iroh, Madiebo, Nwachukwu-Agbada and Uzokwe.
More Info: in Godfrey E. Biafra - songs - Igbo - Ijo. Nigerian Literature and Nigerian Civil War. View on oro. This study, based on nine folktales recorded between and in Anambra, Enugu and Imo States of Nigeria, considers the traditional attitude towards untimely deaths, especially repeated children's deaths as presented in oral This study, based on nine folktales recorded between and in Anambra, Enugu and Imo States of Nigeria, considers the traditional attitude towards untimely deaths, especially repeated children's deaths as presented in oral literature.
The article focuses on three of these folktales, told by the same story-teller from Umuida, in Enugu-Ezike northern Igboland and recorded in September-October and March , which provide a clear picture of the phenomenon. Since the first recording of the Kalabari dialect of Ijo by Europeans in the 17th century, Nigerian languages have been studied and a good number of grammars, dictionaries and readers published.
Journal Name: Africana Publication Date: Lexicography , Nigeria , and Bilingualism. Indirect speech, practiced in the communal space and manifested in the articulation of personal names, proverbs and storytelling, is at the heart of interpersonal communication in Igboland. It is closely linked to an extreme power It is closely linked to an extreme power decentralisation and its corollary: the right of everyone to speak in social groups running side by side independently from each other and in constant communication.
It is both reflected by communicative strategies and by regular use of intermediaries shuttling from one group to another and from one person to another — with these two behaviours ensuring successful communication while minimising the potential risk of conflicts. Igbo oral genres illustrate this preference for indirect address: personal names, proverbs, storytelling and music instrumental or vocal fit the complexities of communication within the community, while highlighting the way indirect address codifies the relationship between humans and spirits.
Le proverbe igbo, perle de culture Igbo Proverbs, Cultured Pearls more. Although West-African folktales were collected at an early date, proverbs, more difficult to come by, were long neglected. Igbo proverbs Nigeria have been collected since the early 20th century; and more than 5, of them, recorded, Igbo proverbs Nigeria have been collected since the early 20th century; and more than 5, of them, recorded, often with little regard for their context.
The French-speaking world is not familiar with these colorful, concise, elliptic, well designed proverbs, each capable of being translated in several ways. Proverbs are a privilege that elders can use in many different situations to transmit ancestral wisdom.
Proverbs , Nigeria , and Igbo studies. View on persee. Publisher: oro. Igbo - Proverb. L'arme de la parole Goyemide on slavery: the liberating power of the word more. Publisher: ajol. Publisher: cat. Igbo culture - Nigeria. In Igboland, daily life revolves around trees, which also feature prominently in folktales as one of the two passages between the world of humans and the world of spirits. The type of folktale considered here forms part of the Cinderella The type of folktale considered here forms part of the Cinderella cycle and presents an orphan whose song provokes the magic growth of a fruit tree.
The particular folktale under scrutiny, recorded in , follows the same schema: a young girl loses her mother, her father marries again and she soon suffers maltreatment at the hands of her step-mother. The choice of the tree at the centre of the narrative reveals this folktale as an allegory of Igbo tradition and the bond existing between the community and their ancestors. Igboland — Nigeria — tree — folktales - Cinderella. While former Biafrans and foreigners who experienced the conflict first hand wrote about casualties and the plight of refugees, the stories of young boys conscripted into the Biafran army has so far attracted very little attention.
The present study seeks to assess the impact of the recruiting of child-soldiers during the Nigerian civil war on four Nigerian novelists: Abani, Adichie, Iweala and Saro-Wiwa. Nigeria - Biafra - Child soldiers - Literature. View on apela. The importance of nomination in Igbo culture, which attracted the attention of early missionaries, is the focus of this article which considers the relationship established by personal names between people and the supernatural, and its The importance of nomination in Igbo culture, which attracted the attention of early missionaries, is the focus of this article which considers the relationship established by personal names between people and the supernatural, and its evolution.
These names, whose number has grown exponentially within the last thirty years, in line with the development of chieftaincy titles, are characterised both by a rapid evolution and a remarkable creativity. Igbo onomastics, born in the s at a time when Nigeria rediscovered its roots, with a number of scholars dropping their English names for their Igbo names, first drew public attention to the religious meaning of Igbo names, to answer a pressing need in a region characterised by a massive church attendance.
Studies later extended to other aspects of Igbo nomination and resulted in the publication of several books. The present article, based on a vast corpus of personal names, examines the role and evolution of nomination in Igbo culture, its relation to the progress of an active Christian body in the region and the reasons behind the constant mention of God, Chukwu, in Igbo names. Nigeria - igbo - onomastics - religion. La fille difficile igbo more. Item ID: Depositing User: Francoise Ugochukwu. Date Deposited: 22 Aug Last Modified: 02 Dec Book chapter - Igbo - folktales. Their sincere intercultural relationship motivated by a genuine desire to appreciate others is the key to harmonious international relations.
Book chapter - Cameroon - intercultural. L'arme du chant collectif au coeur du conflit biafrais more. Yet the role played by war songs created during the Nigerian Civil War, and the reasons of their success, have never been studied in detail, and this is what this article sets out to do. The article offers a thematic study of those songs, their style, structure and their languages, aimed at providing a better understanding of the reasons behind their progression from orality to the written form and their being selected by journalists and novelists such as Ekwensi, Ike, Adichie, Aniebo, Iroh and Akuneme.
Song - Biafra - Nigeria. This study of Igbo folktales collected between and and of their cultural background, aims at showing the importance of rejoicing in Igbo society - diverse ceremonies, festivals, gatherings and festivities, wrestling and dancing This study of Igbo folktales collected between and and of their cultural background, aims at showing the importance of rejoicing in Igbo society - diverse ceremonies, festivals, gatherings and festivities, wrestling and dancing competitions, abundance offered to all.
The preparation and serving of the meal, the crowds of invitees, the opportunity of competing skills and showing off in clothing, in dancing - are all componenmts of the rejoicing. And ceremonies reveal the link between festivals, cooking and traditional religion. Publication Date: Jan 1, Nigeria - Igbo - folktale. Rencontres nord-sud chez Essomba Cameroun : le couple et l'interculturel more. Cameroon - intercultural - marriage. Literature and French - Nigeria. In the Children's literature - Africa. Nigerian literature in France more. Nigeria - Literature - France - Reception. In the primary Equatorial forest of Central Africa, still live between , and , Pygmies.
Known from Antiquity, they were only studied only since the end of the 19th century. The last twenty years saw a tremendous development of The last twenty years saw a tremendous development of Pygmy studies. Children's literature - RCA - France. Date Deposited: 08 Aug Igbo - Nigeria - Oral literature.
Nigeria - Igbo - Time. Nollywood - du local au global. This is a panorama of Nollywood films - their developent and characteristics. The diaporama summarises the main issues surrounding the films: languages, themes, scenarios, cultural heritage, didactic content, diasporic development and The diaporama summarises the main issues surrounding the films: languages, themes, scenarios, cultural heritage, didactic content, diasporic development and reception, dubbing and subtitling, and impact on Nigerian life. The presentation is meant to familiarise media HE students in France with the Nollywood production.
Publication Date: Publication Name: Nollywood - du local au global. Nollywood studies and Nigerian Cinema. Ulasi View on cmt. Location: Paris More Info: A talk given during the festival, as a scholar's contribution to the event. View on open. This paper focuses on the need to acknowledge this hidden trauma, and shows how one victim decided to act to help others.
It presents the story of Regina Ubanatu, a disabled child evacuated from Eastern Nigeria, aged two, in , and It presents the story of Regina Ubanatu, a disabled child evacuated from Eastern Nigeria, aged two, in , and taken to a refugee camp in Gabon — one of the camps opened in neighbouring countries to restore sick and weak children to health.
Similar authors to follow
In , while others were repatriated and sent back to their families in Nigeria, she was sent to France for further medical treatment, and lived years before she even could get to discover her real name and her Nigerian family in In , she met Bernard Kouchner, former French Doctor in Biafra and former Cabinet Minister a meeting which encouraged her to share her story.
Using funded or collected research, life stories, publications, testimonies etc. View on igboconference. Nollywood et le mirage du sud more. Les premiers Nigeria has had a long history of relationships with Western Europe and America, with the first Nigerians leaving for postgraduate studies in Britain and America in the s. The first Nollywood films set partly or fully overseas followed on this trend, exploring widespread belief that Europe and America were better placed to ensure the happiness and prosperity of Nigerians who could make it there.
This paper considers seventeen films produced since to map the way the presentation of migrations and life abroad has evolved in Nollywood and reveals how these stories seek to warn would-be immigrants against dangers waiting for them abroad. View on repositorio. Nollywood into the limelight - a bibliographical survey more. This paper surveys the growing body of scholarly research in English and in French on Nigerian video-films published within the past fifteen years, in order to highlight its focal points.
Edited books and articles give a voice to Edited books and articles give a voice to researchers and film practitioners from Nigeria while providing a meeting point between the vibrant Nigerian research culture and its European and American counterparts. They offer a kaleidoscopic view of the field, reveal a keen interest in historical reconstruction and display an effort to build critical tools adapted to the evaluation of this new audiovisual product.
A number of publications present a comparative analysis of the francophone celluloid film industry and the Anglophone video-films and weigh their respective local and global impact. Languages are brought to the fore in that venture as communication tools and cultural banners, and studies on that subject reveal the huge potential of language both to divide and to unite. Masters and PhDs defended within the last ten years testify to the gradual warming up of the academic sector to this new element of popular culture, with Nigerian and African-American postgraduate studies at the forefront of this new push.
The growing and now visible presence of the Nigerian film industry in film festivals is the occasion for the public to discover a different medium, while more and more African countries adopt the video-film. Southern Nigeria, a heavily populated territory, has experienced emigration since the colonial period. These migrations first took people to Britain or the United States for historical reasons. The early Nollywood films, Nigeria-made in The early Nollywood films, Nigeria-made in the s, recorded this trend, exploring widespread belief that Europe and America were better placed to ensure the happiness and prosperity of Nigerians who could make it there.
The recession experienced by Nigeria in the early s, and the gradual tightening of immigration by Western countries within the last forty years, changed the landscape, with more and more Nigerians exploring the rest of the African continent in search of a new elusive Eldorado. This paper considers the film Man on Ground produced and directed by the Nigeria-born South African Akin Omotoso, in the context of the problems encountered by Nigerian migrants in South Africa and the growing diplomatic malaise affecting bilateral relations between Nigeria and South Africa, to study its reading of Nigerian immigration to South Africa.
Following a one-year pilot project on the reception of Nollywood in the London region , an international team headed by the Open University, UK, is now embarking on a new project, which will widen the range of diasporic