This connection is often stated (see Bident
129,134,139) but is rarely substantiated by concrete comparative observations.
Kiffer, Ana; Rezende, Renato; Bident
, Christophe (org.) (2012).
Rosa Martinez sigue aqui la estela del trabajo de Christophe Bident
These weapons are indeed the secret for Perseus' victory: by reuniting Zeus' thunderbolt, Poseidon's trident and Hades' less known pitchfork (also called the bident
, which has been often represented in Renaissance paintings as accompanying the god of the underworld) he could form the Spear of Trium, the only weapon that can defeat Cronos.
A qual, por sua vez, Christophe Bident
explora particularmente em seu artigo ao confrontar a experiencia da dramatizacao no trabalho de formacao do ator por Stanislavski a "experiencia interior" de Bataille.
, 1998:126, 208, 441, 445; BLANCHOT, 1955: 136, 191, 194-95, 197-98, 240, 323; BLANCHOT, 1959:202-203).
arrived in the Iraqi capital -- Baghdad on Monday, August 30, 2010.
The Brazilian specimen features agree with those of the typical form (Figures 1-10): head and carapace surface covered with long hairs; head broad and without supraocular depression; antennule and antenna densely ciliated; anterior seta on the penultimate segment of the female's first trunk limb toothed; postabdomen with seven to ten lateral feathered teeth and one short bident
tooth; ephippium with two eggs, and covered with brown polygonal cells; males hairy, with bent antennules, first trunk limb with large hook on the endopodite and long seta on the exopodite.
Or at least, in a gesture to which Christophe Bident
, Leslie Hill, and Michael Holland have in particular drawn our attention, he seems to have enjoyed encoding references to its date, or near-misses, in and around his works, sometimes even in the date of their depot legal.
Es, como lo ha llamado Christophe Bident
, su biografo, "el socio invisible" de los grandes escritores franceses y como critico se presenta como el amigo dispuesto a respaldar a la experiencia literaria en su totalidad.
(27.) Sections of Derrida's reading of Blanchot have been published as "'Maurice Blanchot est mort'" in Christophe Bident
and Pierre Vilar, eds., Maurice Blanchot: Recits critiques (Tours: Farrago, 2003).
372) in shaft grave IV at Mycenae, a bident
of Late Helladic (LH) IIA date comes from a tomb at Routsi (Demakopoulou 1988, no.