A perfect match by Annie Nelson
I-All the ingredients of a love story
As the narrator seems to be omniscient we are led to believe that we are well-informed about her feelings . She is nervous and surprised because she is not used to being nervous .She is all the more so as Nick is late . She is attracted to this handsome man . While they are having a drink we are clearly told that she finds him very attractive . Her first impression was good when they first met and she is not disappointed
A picture is worth a thousand words. Did you ever hear this popular sentence? I guess you probably did. However, did you ever find a picture that you could really say it without sounding fake and superficial? I guess you would hesitate more before saying: “Yes I did”. I would totally understand that moment of hesitation that you would have because it is not easy to find that kind of picture. I think that the work of art Intérieur chez Louis-Philippe Yergeau from Gabor Szilasi’s Gallery could be one
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EN 205, Exile and Belonging in American Short Fiction
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A recurring theme in the stories is the failure of characters to take responsibility for their own lives. Discuss the nature of theses failures, drawing upon at least two of the stories from the course.
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Arrête moi di tu peux
American story X
All over me
Arthur et les minimoys
Another Cinderella Story
Alice au Pays des Merveilles
Big girls don’t cry
Boulevard de la mort
Better than chocolate
Bridget Jones : l'âge de raison
Boys don’t cry
They care about their love stories, why they are sad, what they are doing during holidays. Every information about celebrities and their personal life can be a good element to interess journalists.
In France Press people is generally composed of weekly mafazines and in England we talk about “tabloid” to indicate press people. The pictures are taken by paparazzi who are unscrupulous. They only want a scoop.
In France, the biggest magazines are for example : Voici, Paris Match, Closer… and in England
Lecture Analytique Bac
Texte no. 1 : The Story of an Hour
I’m presented with a document which is a short story written by Kate Chopin. First of all I will present a short biography about the author. Kate Chopin born on 8 February, 1851 was an American author of short stories and novels. She is considered to have been a forerunner of feminist authors of the 20th century. Her important short stories was “Desiree’s Baby”, “The Story of an Hour” and “The Storm”. She died on 22 August, 1904
to die there. He had lived in Brooklyn when he was a little boy (before the age of three), but doesn’t remember anything. He rents an apartment near Prospect Park. He wants nothing but being alone and quiet. He has sold his house after his divorce, and so has no problem with money. He was an insurance agent, but doesn’t know what to do now.
His daughter Rachel (a researcher in bio-chemistry) comes to visit him and suggests he should “invent a project”. He feels irritated and says he will probably
￼ The film
￼ The representation of national history in Forrest Gump
￼ Forrest as a witness and actor of American history
￼ Time in Forrest Gump
￼ Representation of Vietnam War ( sequence analysis)
Studio: Paramount Pictures
Director: Robert Zeneckis
Screenwriter: Winston Groom ( novel) and Eric Poth ( screenplay)
Producer: Steve Fisch and Wendy Finerman
Co producer: Charles Newirth
the re-telling and re-writting are always a complicated things.And the question about the ethical is obvious.For example in journalism, the most common form of re-telling, there is a lot of rules. How objective can you be about a fact? Even if journalists try almost the times to be impartial, it's quite easy to understand that the informations about a same fact are different in the different country.That the poin of view are different.
In all the diplomatic accidents or conflist, opinion is different
columns for the Spectator (a British weekly, the oldest in Britain, founded in 1828) during the war under the "nom-de-plume" Izzy Bickerstaff. (A pseudonym modelled on Joseph Addison's, Isaac Bickerstaff. Addison (1672-1719) was an English man of letters who founded the daily newspaper The Spectator in 1711 with his friend Richard Steel). These articles have been published under the title Izzy Bickerstaff Goes to War by her old friend Sidney Stark, a publisher.
Contrary to a biography of Anne Brontë