Gaboriau


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French writer considered by some to be a founder of the detective novel (1832-1873)

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Passando a Monsieur Lecoq, si puo far risalire con certezza "l'ingresso ufficiale" del poliziotto francese nella nostra letteratura al 30 giugno 1869, quando su Il Pungolo venne proposta in appendice la puntata iniziale di Il signor Lecoq, prima traduzione italiana del romanzo di Emile Gaboriau Monsieur Lecoq, uscito l'anno precedente in Francia.
En 1900, por ejemplo, la Revista de Policia de la Provincia de Buenos Aires publicaba como folletin, en varias entregas, la novela de Gaboriau, El crimen de Orcival, recomendando especialmente la lectura, porque "Trata de una de las notables pesquisas del celebre M.
(4) Si pensi al Figlio dell'anarchico (1901) della Invernizio per il versante italiano, o a Monsieur Lecoq (1869) di Emile Gaboriau sul versante francese, o ancora a The Valley of Fear (1915) di Conan Doyle per il versante inglese.
(28, 29) Algunos diarios como La Correspondencia de Espana, insertan en su parte interior folletines de autores, franceses la mayoria, y asi, Joaquina Garcia Balmaseda traduce diecisiete obras en diez anos de Daudet, Dumas, (30) Paul Feval (31) y Feydeau, y adapta novelas de George Sand (32) y las policiacas de Emile Gaboriau. (33) El resultado es que, como se ha demostrado, estas mujeres dieron a conocer las tunicas versiones en espanol de algunas obras de escritores franceses (Botrel 1988: 89-131).
Drawn to Danis for the "force creatrice" of his characters' speech in this mixed form "recit-dialogue" among three siblings gathered around an almost mythical object, the dire-dire ("say-sayer" in Linda Gaboriau's 1997 English translation), Kristic confronts in this article the limits of some common guides for theatrical translation, such as "playability", which would have the translation sound "right" and fluid in the mouths of actors, with respect to Danis's stylistically complex work.
(18) Other, better-known claimants are William Godwin, the English philosophical anarchist, and, more generally accepted as the inventors of the detective before the word was coined, Edgar Allen Poe and Emile Gaboriau, the last dubbed by Gide as the father of all current detective fiction." (19) Poe's C.
Sue Anderson, ecd: Jason Gaboriau, vp, ecd; Mason Reed, evp, managing director; Ivan Perez-Armendariz, evp, chief digital officer
Levi-Strauss, Struttura e Storia, Einaudi, Turin; GaBORIAu, M (1972).
Mouawad's play in French and Arabic was translated into English by Linda Gaboriau and published in Toronto as Scorched (2005) by Playwrights Canada Press.
(82) Philippe Gaboriau, <<Le velo, lenteur des riches, vitesse des pauvres>>, in Actes du colloque Sport et societe, CIEREC, Universite de Saint-Etienne, 1981, p.
Translated by Linda Gaboriau (Toronto: Playwrights Canada Press, 2009): 135.