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In Les Courbezon, the French Vicar of Wakefield, as Sainte-Beuve declared, with this imposing background, the Church and the world, as they shape themselves in the Cevennes, the priest and the peasant, occupy about an equal share of interest.
When he had thrown the gauntlet, as it were, to the whole tribe, and sufficiently asserted his claim to superiority, his mien became more affable and his eye less angry.
It was not long before a look of ferocity and of revenge was to be seen seated on the grim visages of most of the warriors, and each new and crafty allusion to the policy of extinguishing their enemies, was followed by fresh and less restrained bursts of approbation.
"Hoot!" shouted the scout, who did not spare his open laughter, though instantly checking the dangerous sounds he indulged his merriment at less risk of being overheard by any lurking enemies.
The scout regarded Heyward in surprise, and then lifting his cap, he answered, in a tone less confident than before-- though still expressing doubt.
Thus every sunrise found her more calm, breathing better, less pale.
After all, nature was not dumb in the poor fellow, and his human sensibility, all maliciously contorted as it was, quivered no less than any other.
Dans les premiers temps de la societe coloniale, les Indiens sont traditionnellement des intermediaires dans la traite des fourrures.
[19] This celebration acquires in his mind the imperative tone of a "juste devoir," "devoir" which for the imperfect creature consists precisely of "adorer toure perfection," its "Graces du Ciel infuses" (D182) or, again, "celle beaulte' / Dont les haultz dieux [l]'ont richement pourveue" (D162), "le parfaict d'elle" (D226), this "parfaict dont sa beaulte abonde" (D245).
Il exige que les renseignements consignes sur les dangers des matieres produites, vendues ou utilisees dans les lieux de travail du Canada soient divulgues par les fournisseurs aux employeurs, puis aux employes.
Ah, Sinndar, le champion d'Ireland, le victor de les Derbies de l'Epsom et de le Curragh.
Le texte liminaire de Florence Getreau et Eliane Daphy lie transversalement les six etudes suivantes a partir de divers elements : recurrence des lieux de production, sources d'inspiration et themes similaires, relation d'echange entre chansonniers et publics, utilisation sociale et politique de la chanson, etc.