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Synonyms for Genet

French diplomat who in 1793 tried to draw the United States into the war between France and England (1763-1834)

French writer of novels and dramas for the theater of the absurd (1910-1986)


agile Old World viverrine having a spotted coat and long ringed tail

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The team revealed previously unpublished evidence - including that Black had admitted visiting the village where Genette disappeared 38 years ago.
Wyre, who died in 2008, also got him to talk about Genette Tate, and Black let his guard down, admitting the case got him aroused.
The delivery driver was long suspected of murdering Genette, 13, who vanished from a rural lane in Aylesbeare, Devon, in August 1978 and was likely to have been charged with her murder in a matter of weeks, police have said.
Black, a delivery driver who stalked the roads of the UK searching for victims, has long been suspected of murdering 13-year-old Genette.
On display are the monumentalizing ambitions of such writers (and/or, as Genette would have it, of their 'allies') as William Alexander, Thomas Carew, Samuel Daniel, George Gascoigne, the now obscure Robert Gomersall, Fulke Greville, Thomas Heywood, Ben Jonson, Thomas Killigrew, 'the onely Rare Poet of that Time, The Witie, Comicall, Facetiously-Quicke and vparaieild' John Lyly, John Marston, Thomas Middleton, Thomas Newman, Thomas Norton, Thomas Randolph, John Tatham, the various translators of Seneca, Sir Philip Sidney, and, of course, William Shakespeare.
Again, de Jong leaves Genette and Bal to one side (not discussing them at all) and focuses on what she defines as the "viewing of events of the fabula" and "the seeing or recalling of events, their emotional filtering and temporal ordering, and the fleshing out of space into scenery and persons into characters" (47).
Dans << Proust palimpseste >>, Gerard Genette souleve d'ores et deja une question a etudier, la plus difficile selon lui, c'est le style metaphorique de Proust.
Police are trying to work out whether a corpse found a year after Genette vanished in 1978 was that of the 13-year-old papergirl.
The murderer, who is behind bars for killing youngsters including Northumberland schoolgirl Susan Maxwell, has been linked to the abduction of 13-year-old Genette Tate, who vanished while delivering newspapers in her home village of Aylesbeare in Devon in 1978.
Para ello, se requerira de la teoria de Gerard Genette desarrollada en Palimpsestes (1982), propuesta que ayuda a comprender la hipertextualidad y transtextualidad en las obras literarias.
Sin embargo, antes de profundizar en la nomencla tura de Elbanowski, resulta imprescindible repasar las razones del propio Gerard Genette para considerar este tipo de notas del autor en los textos de ficcion como elementos paratextuales y la nota misma que acompana tales reflexiones:
Amarie Lingerie is owned by Genette Humphries and Andy Humphries, her husband.
Com efeito, desde que Gerard Genette publicou seu livro intitulado Seuils * que pode ser traduzido por "Umbrais", "Limiares" ou simplesmente "Paratextos editoriais", e dificil pensar na leitura de um livro sem considerar os elementos conhecidos como paratextuais.
Viewers were promised "astonishing new revelations" by David Wilson who suggested Black was responsible for the murders of Genette Tate in Devon and April Fabb in Norfolk.