A competent knowledge of history and of the belles-lettres
is here absolutely necessary; and without this share of knowledge at least, to affect the character of an historian, is as vain as to endeavour at building a house without timber or mortar, or brick or stone.
So are made the belles-lettres
and the beaux-arts and their professors.
The project proposes a reinterpretation of the historic english garden, the development of a more contemporary space by the development of the park of the banks, which proposes green spaces of relaxation and spaces of plots of games, relaxation and animations as well as by the redevelopment of the traffic along the lake, the promenade des belles-lettres
Most of the 26 papers (11 in French) are from an international conference in Paris during November and December 2012 on the Arab-Islamic notion of adab which covers a range of meanings, including good behavior, knowledge of manners, etiquette, rules, belles-lettres
, and literature.
Paris: LAcademie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres
Like Mary Strangways' piece, 'The Voice and its Use in Song', it belongs to the now neglected genre of belles-lettres
We mostly translate belles-lettres
or histories of women hurt by Islam or Arabs (unfortunately), but everything depends on the personal taste of a translator.
He has written and composed over 200 songs, a biography, Belles-lettres
, novels and poetry.
He's not one of the luminaries in the field of belles-lettres
It is enough to consider Adam Smith's and Hugh Blair's famous lectures on rhetoric, or the several German handbooks on "schonen Wissenshaften" and "Beredsamkeit" (in other words, belles-lettres
and eloquence) in the second half of eighteenth and of the first decades of nineteenth centuries.
Here through the belles-lettres
further is discussed the moral and spiritual level not on a scale of separate individual but of the sited region within the territorial limits (Basia Nikiforova).
C'est cette rencontre qui m'a donne le gout de la quete des belles-lettres
de toutes rives.