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United States artist who developed Tiffany glass (1848-1933)

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As praticas intertextuais manifestam-se por meio da citacao, da alusao, do plagio, da referencia, uma vez que todos esses procedimentos inscrevem a presenca de um texto anterior no texto atual, segundo Tiphaine Samoyault (2008, p.
La alusion, segun Tiphaine Samoyault (2001:36), depende mas del efecto de la lectura que otras practicas intertextuales.
Gouraud and Vinet recognize the opportunity to profit from the Rogron's hatred of the Tiphaine, eventually persuading the Rogron to finance the liberal newspaper, le Courrier de Provins (182), to assist in winning converts--or at least voters--to the liberal cause.
Emmanuel Sagui, * Lenaick Ollivier, ([dagger]) Tiphaine Gaillard ([double dagger]) Fabrice Simon, * Patrick Brisou, ([double dagger]) Philippe Puech, ([section]) and Alain Todesco ([dagger])
1) I'm thinking here of figures such as Jean Echenoz, Marie Redonnet, Gerard Gavarry, Lydie Salvayre, Christian Gailly, Helene Lenoir, Patrick Lapeyre, Jacques Jouet, Jean-Philippe Toussaint, Marie Ndiaye, Antoine Volodine, Tiphaine Samoyault, Patrick Deville, Olivier Targowla, Anne Garreta, Marcel Benabou, Xabi Molia, Olivia Rosenthal, Isabelle Levesque, Iegor Gran, Danielle Memoire, Eric Chevillard, Linda Le, Nathalie Quintane, Laurent Mauvignier, Christian Oster, Marie Darrieussecq, Maryline Desbiolles, Pierre Michon, Eric Laurrent, Annie Ernaux, Caroline Lamarche, Jacques Serena, Olivier Rolin, Regis Jauffret, Amelie Nothomb, Pierre Senges, Emmanuele Bernheim, Yann Apperry, Marie Cosnay, Emmanuel Carrere, Anne Godard, Yves Ravey, and Tanguy Viel, to name just a few.
Jake Chapman, who once dated Kate Moss and Kylie Minogue, is nowmarried tomodel Rosemary Ferguson while brother Dinos married Tiphaine de Lussey of the children's clothes label Miss Fleur.
Sometimes near-invisible, blended into the fabric of dialogical stuff, narrative/descriptive threads weave patterns that invite this study of the modalities of suture, the opposition between "actual" voices and the narrative voice, the insistent presence of the latter, its lyrical upsurge where nests the instance of ironization without which JR could be a "roman-fleuve," of the kind Tiphaine Samoyault writes that "the excess of the world-size novel is largely due to the creation of a language-world, that imperturbably reiterates the world until its infinite harpings drive it into absence" (182).
You don't need a passport to come here," said Alain Tiphaine, head of the hotel and tourism association in Puerto Rico, a U.
Tiphaine Ravenel Bonetti, (a) Anne Erpelding, (b) Laxmi Raj Pathak (c)
The court was told that copies of the book were sent to subscribers such as Ernest Munyankindi on 29 November, to Emmanuel Kaouhijev, Tiphaine Dickson and Seraphine Babona on 30 November, and to Francine Uwera on 3 December.
Stevens, a student at Pierce, along with Tiphaine Williams of Acton, Scott Murphy of Santa Paula and Dannielle Sahagian of Simi Valley, will represent the college.
O suporte teorico e buscado nos escritos de Julia Kristeva (1974), Leyla Perrone-Moises (1990), Tiphaine Samoyault (2008) e Laurent Jenny (1979).
Tiphaine Samoyault signale l'erreur (Roland Barthes, Seuil, 2015, p.
Un recent article de Tiphaine Samoyault dans la Quinzaine litteraire decrivait le ceremonial des reunions du comite de la revue dans l'appartement parisien de Michel Deguy, un cenacle d'au-jourd'hui oil l'amicale emulation des participants temoigne de la possibilite d'un penser collectif.
La cour des Adieux is Tiphaine Samoyault's first novel (following a critical work, Exces du roman, and preceding the soon-to-appear Meteorologie du reve).