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‎Cherian Anne‎

Reference : RO40014532

(2013)

ISBN : 2070440613

‎Une bonne épouse indienne‎

‎Folio. 2013. In-12. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 504 pages.. . . . Classification Dewey : 840-Littératures des langues romanes. Littérature française‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 840-Littératures des langues romanes. Littérature française‎

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EUR10.95

‎Cherisey Laurent De Cherisey Marie-Hélène De (Préfacier) Cornelio Sommaruga (Préfacier) Bill Drayton‎

Reference : 16472

(2005)

ISBN : 2750901715

‎Passeurs D'espoir. Tome 1 Une Famille À La Rencontre Des Bâtisseurs Du Xxi° Siècle‎

‎Presses de la renaissance / Société 2005 359 pages 14 0cm x 22 5cm x 2 9cm. 2005. broché. 359 pages. l'ouvrage est souvent surligné au crayon à papier Laurent et Marie-Hélène de Cherisey accompagnés de leurs cinq enfants sont partis un an pour un voyage reportage-vidéo autour du monde à la rencontre de bâtisseurs d'espoir des hommes et femmes qui se battent pour que le monde que nous laisserons à nos enfants soit empreint de justice d'égalité et d'espoir. - Succès du T1 paru en novembre 2005 (plus de 20 000 ex. vendus) et des reportages diffusés sur France 5 en décembre 2005‎


‎Bon Etat‎

Resurgam - Sisteron

Phone number : 529 840 118 000 28

EUR6.00

‎CHERLES PEGUY‎

Reference : R260118255

(1932)

‎I. DOMREMY‎

‎DESCLEE DE BROUWER. 1932. In-12. Broché. Etat d'usage, Couv. légèrement passée, Dos abîmé, Intérieur frais. Non paginé, environ 200 pages. Manques au dos et sur le second plat. Dos fendu.. . . . Classification Dewey : 840-Littératures des langues romanes. Littérature française‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 840-Littératures des langues romanes. Littérature française‎

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EUR14.90

‎CHERLES PEGUY‎

Reference : R260118256

(1932)

‎III. ROUEN‎

‎DESCLEE DE BROUWER. 1932. In-12. Broché. Etat d'usage, Couv. légèrement passée, Dos abîmé, Intérieur frais. Non paginé, environ 200 pages. Légers manques au dos. Dos fendu.. . . . Classification Dewey : 840-Littératures des langues romanes. Littérature française‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 840-Littératures des langues romanes. Littérature française‎

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‎CHERLES PIERRE BRU‎

Reference : R200016781

(1955)

‎ESTHETIQUE DE L ABSTRACTION‎

‎PUF. 1955. In-8. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 328 pages.. . . . Classification Dewey : 800-LITTERATURE (BELLES-LETTRES)‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 800-LITTERATURE (BELLES-LETTRES)‎

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‎CHERLUBIEZ Victor ‎

Reference : 68069

(1878)

‎L'idée de Jean Têterol.‎

‎Couverture rigide. Reliure demi-toile (la couverture d'origine n'a pas été conservée). 382 pages.‎


‎Livre. Librairie Hachette, 1878.‎

Librairie et Cætera - Belin-Beliet

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EUR10.80

‎"CHERNYSHEVSKY [TCHERNICHEFSKY].‎

Reference : 56348

(1863)

‎Chto Delat? [Russian. i.e. What is to be Done?]. [In the original printing of issues 3-5 of ""Sovremennik"", March-May, 1863]. - [THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION IN THE MAKING]‎

‎[St. Petersburg, 1863]. Lex 8vo. Bound together four years after their appearance in a contemporary Russian half calf with gilt titel and gilt lines to spine. Bottom of spine with contemporary owner's name in gilt lettering (""N. Pavlov""). Corners and capitals with wear Neat owner's signature (""N. Pavlov"" and the year ""1867"") to front free end-paper. First leaf with two notes, one in pencil, one in crayon, stating the year 1863. A dampstain and light brownspotting throughout. Extremities a bit worn. Slight damp staining to inner margins at beginning and end, but overall fine. Pp. (5)-142" (373)-526" (55)-197 + (1) p: ""Zagadka"", by N. Berg.‎


‎The extremely scarce first printing of all parts of the most influential Russian novel ever written, Chernyshevsky's magnum opus, which is considered the single most important work of modern revolutionary thought. ""[N]o work in modern literature, with the possible exception of Uncle Tom's Cabin, can compete with ""What Is to Be Done?"" in its effect on human lives and its power to make history. For Chernyshevsky's novel far more than Marx's Capital, supplied the emotional dynamic that eventually went to make the Russian Revolution."" (Joseph Frank, p. 68). Marx too would agree, stating so famously to Lopatin ""of all contemporary economists Chernyshevsky is the only original mind"" the others are just ordinary compilers"". (Lopatin, Avtobiografia, [Petrograd, 1922], p. 77). ""The appearance of ""What Is to Be Done?"" sent a shock wave through Russian society. Despite the government's ban on the novel and attempts to recall all issues of ""Sovremennik"" containing it, ""What Is to Be Done?"" circulated widely among the Russian youth and became its bible. Manuscript copies passed from hand to hand, and several Ãmigrà editions were published and smuggled into Russia. Unlike previous Russian literature, ""What Is to Be Done?"" managed to tap the psyche of the Russian youth and move it to action. Numerous young Russians called themselves followers of Chernyshevskii and professed to act in his name, with some in the 1860s actually using the term ""Chernyshevtsy"" to refer to themselves. As one contemporary, Aleksandr Mikhailovich Skabichevskii, has described it, ""What Is to Be Done?""'s influence on the Russian youth was simply phenomenal:""We read the novel like worshippers, with the kind of piety with which we read religious books, and without the slightest trace of a smile on our lips. The influence of the novel on our society was colossal. It played a great role in Russian life, especially among the leading members of the intelligentsia who were embarking on the road to socialism, bringing it down a bit from the world of drama to the problem of our social evils, sharpening its image as the goal which each of us had to fight for."" (Drozd, p. 9). But how did this bible of revolutionary thought, the novel that became Lenin's favourite book, appear? How could a work that was capable of almost singlehandedly creating the Russian Revolution slip through the hands of the censors? Like with the first Russian edition of Marx' ""Kapital"", it is due to a very odd quirk of history that this monument of revolutionary thought was even written, let alone published. Due to what seems like an odd oversight by the censors - or as Joseph Frank puts it ""The most spectacular example of bureaucratic bungling in the cultural realm during the reign of Alexander "" - the work miraculously passed censorship and was most hastily published in the periodical ""Sovremennik,"" in 1863. When realizing the mistake of the censors, most copies were quickly seized by the authorities. The novel, however, had already made its impact.""Thanks to a strange oversight on the part of the censors, ""What Is to Be Done?"" was allowed and serialized in the ""Contemporary"" [i.e. ""Sovremennik""]. The authorities realized their mistake too late. The censor concerned was dismissed and new editions of the novel were forbidden, but these measures were not enough to halt its impact. The issues of the ""Contemporary"" in which it had been printed were preserved with immense piety, as though they were family heirlooms. For many members of the younger generation the novel became a true ""encyclopedia of life and knowledge"". In her memoirs, Lenin's wife, Nadezhda Krupskaya, relates that her husband recalled the work in every slight detail. Plekhanov was not exaggerating when he declared that ""since the introduction of the printing presses into Russia no printed work has had such a great success in Russia as Chernyshevsky's ""What Is to be Done?""."" (Walicki, p. 190).Chernyshevsky had been imprisoned (in the Peter and Paul Fortress awaiting his trial, which ended with 14 years' hard labour and banishment for life to Siberia) for about six months when he decided to write ""What is to be Done"". In late 1862 he asked the prison commandant, A.F. Sorokin, for permission to write a novel. The request was granted and he began work in December 1862. Realizing that if he was sentenced, he would surely not be able to publish his work, he worked very intensely on the manuscript. ""After completing the first two chapters of the novel, Chernyshevskii submitted them to the investigative commission in charge of his case in January 1863. Those chapters were held by the investigative commission for ten days and then sent to the chief of police on January 26. The manuscript was then passed on to the journal ""Sovremennik"" and was promptly lost by the editor, Nikolai Nekrasov, in a cab. Nekrasov reported the loss to the police, an advertisement was placed, and the manuscript was returned in short order.On February 12, 1863, Chernyshevskii sent chapter 3 to the commission, with continuations following on March 26, 28, and 30. Chernyshevskii finished the work on April 4, 1863, and sent the ending to the commission on April 6. The entire novel was completed in a span of less than four months. While Chernyshevskii continued his work on the novel, the first chapters had already appeared in ""Sovremennik"". The first two chapters, approved by the censor on February 15 and March 14, appeared in the third issue on March 19, 1863. The third chapter, approved on April 20, appeared in issue number four on April 28. The last two chapters came out in the fifth issue, on May 30, 1863, after having been passed by the censor on April 27 and may 18. This short summary of the basic information in no way conveys the very absurdity of and the controversy over the writing and publication of ""What Is to Be Done?"". Scholars have long argued over how this most dangerous novel saw the light of day when its author was safely in the government's hands. Indeed, the government had every opportunity to prevent the novel's very creation, much less its publication, but somehow ""What Is to Be Done?"" slipped through. Incidents such as Nekrasov's loss of the initial manuscript only add to the aura of mystery that surrounds this text."" (Drozd, p. 6). Scholars generally agree that bureaucratic oversight and lack of attention by the censors are the main explanations. The full explanation, however, still remains a mystery.In all cases, the novel was published in 1863, thereafter banned, and the issues of the ""Sovremennik"" detracted. The original manuscript, however, is lost, and this hastily printed periodical printing of the novel is our best source for the text that Chernyshevsky had intended. All that remains of the original is the manuscript of a rough draft and then this first printing in ""Sovremennik"". The manuscript, the fair copy, and the proofs have not been preserved. There is some contemporary evidence, however, that this first printed version is very close to the original manuscript and that not many cuts or changes were made.""Chernyshevsky's masterpiece ""What Is to Be Done?"" paints an idealized portrait of the generation of ""new men,"" the radicals of the sixties, who represented a new morality as well as a new rationalist and materialist outlook. ""It completely transformed Russian views of the peasantry in much the same way that Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel ""Uncle Tom's Cabin"" changed American perceptions of slavery. In its pages, a group of idealistic Russian intellectuals go back to the land, easing the lot of the peasants with scientific methods of farming and liberating the serfs from hardship. The intellectuals' socialist vision offers the promise of a world that subsequent events did not bear out, and it is fascinating to consider in the light of historical reality. Fyodor Dostoyevsky gave Chernyshevsky's tale, full of sermonizing and idealism, a darkly pessimistic twist in his masterpiece ""The Possessed""."" ""Not only Chernyshevskii's admirers, but also his detractors noted the overwhelming popularity of the novel. professor P. Tsitovich of Odessa University, for example, remarked that every schoolgirl and student was ""considered a dunce if she was not acquainted with the exploits of Vera Pavlovna."" Katkov, he editor of ""Ruskii vestnik"", sounded a similar note when he said of the younger generation that they took ""What Is to be Done?"" as a revelation ""like Moslems honor the Koran.""On the level of daily life, many young men and women consciously began to model their lives on the main characters of ""What Is to be Done?"" Fictitious marriages, although a phenomenon that existed prior to the appearance of the novel, blossomed under its influence. They were staged so that young women could escape an oppressive familial home or seek higher education. Likewise, many young couples consciously modeled their life-styles on the novel, including the adoption of separate, inviolable rooms for each partner. ""What Is to Be Done"" was to remain particularly powerful for Russian women... Other young Russians took up direct revolutionary activity under the novel's influence..."" (Drozd, p. 10). ""In the Russian revolutionary movement, no literary work can compare in importance with Chernyshevsky's What Is to Be Done"" (William F. Woehrlin, Russian History 16, 1989). Chernyshevsky counts as the most important Russian political thinker ever. From his youth he sympathized with the impoverished masses in the old Tsarist Russian Empire, and he opposed the Russian ""establishment."" He got his degree from St Petersburg University in 1850 and then taught school 3 years in the provinces. He returned to St. Petersburg in 1853 and became a writer and editor of Russia's most famous liberal literary journal, ""Sovremennik"" (i.e. ""The Contemporary""). Due to his radical thoughts and criticism of the established Tsarist order, he was arrested in 1862 and imprisoned. Waiting for his trial, we know what happened: he wrote his seminal main work ""What Is to Be Done?"", which in impact and historical importance overshadows any other novel written In the Russian language. ""If one were to ask for the title of the nineteenth-century Russian novel that has had the greatest influence on Russian society, it is likely that a non-Russian would choose among the books of the mighty triumvirate: Turgenev, Tolstoy, or Dostoyevsky. Fathers and Sons? War and Peace? Crime and Punishment? These would certainly be among the suggested answers"" but ... the novel that can claim this honor with most justice is N. G. Chernyshevsky's What Is to Be Done?, a book few Western readers have ever heard of and fewer still have read. Yet no work in modern literature, with the possible exception of Uncle Tom's Cabin, can compete with What Is to Be Done? in its effect on human lives and its power to make history. For Chernyshevsky's novel far more than Marx's Capital, supplied the emotional dynamic that eventually went to make the Russian Revolution.After the Russian Communist Revolution (1917), ""What is to be Done"" was canonized as a major Soviet classic, published in mass editions, taught as a compulsory text in schools and adapted for stage and screen, etc. See: Michael Drozd: ""Chernyshevsky's ""What Is to Be Done?"": A Reevaluation"". Northwestern Universitu press, 1963. Joseph Frank, ""N.G. Chernyshevsky: A Russian Utopia"", Southern Review, New Series 3, no. 1 (1967). Andrej Walicki, ""A History of Russian Thought from the Enlightenment to Marxism. Stanford University Press, 1979. ‎

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‎Cheron Bretrand‎

Reference : 103303

(1976)

ISBN : 2702405193

‎On vous demande au telephone‎

‎Le masque 1976 poche. 1976. Broché. 191 pages. Bon Etat‎


Livres-sur-sorgue - Isle-sur-la-sorgue

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EUR3.00

‎CHERON DE LA BRUYERE.‎

Reference : R150152057

(1912)

‎PRINCESSE ROSALBA.‎

‎HACHETTE.. 1912. In-4. Cartonnage d'éditeurs. Bon état, Couv. légèrement passée, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur acceptable. 121 pages. Nombreuses gravures dans le texte et hors texte. Frontispice en noir et blanc. Note au stylo sur la page de garde.. . . . Classification Dewey : 840-Littératures des langues romanes. Littérature française‎


‎Illustrations par TOFANI. Classification Dewey : 840-Littératures des langues romanes. Littérature française‎

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‎CHERON de LA BRUYERE (Madame)‎

Reference : 8937

(1905)

‎FLUETTE‎

‎ 1905 percale in-octavo, dos long rouge décoré à froid - titre frappé or, premier plat décoré or et à froid, deuxième plat décoré à froid, toutes tranches dorées, illustrations : 36 vignettes par B. Tofani, 273 pages, 1905 Paris Librairie Hachette et Compagnie, ‎


‎Collection "Bibliothèque Rose Illustrée", bon état ‎

Phone number : 06 81 28 61 70

EUR18.00

‎CHERON DE LA BRUYERE MME‎

Reference : R160110334

(1906)

‎FLUETTE‎

‎HACHETTE. 1906. In-12. Broché. Etat d'usage, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 272 pages. Frontispice. Ouvrage illustré de 36 vignettes par Tofani. Tranches dorées. Ornement dorée sur la couverture.. . . . Classification Dewey : 840-Littératures des langues romanes. Littérature française‎


‎Deuxième édition. Classification Dewey : 840-Littératures des langues romanes. Littérature française‎

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‎CHERON DE LA BRUYERE Mme‎

Reference : RO80071152

(1901)

‎Le secret des tilleuls.‎

‎HACHETTE et Cie. 1901. In-12. Cartonnage d'éditeurs. Très bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 278 + 16 pages. Nombreuses illustrations en noir et blanc, dans le texte et en hors-texte. Tranches dorées.. . . . Classification Dewey : 840-Littératures des langues romanes. Littérature française‎


‎Bibliothèque Rose Illustrée. Illustrations de Dutriac. Classification Dewey : 840-Littératures des langues romanes. Littérature française‎

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‎CHERON DE LA BRUYERE Mme‎

Reference : RO80071150

(1899)

‎Les Violettes Bleues.‎

‎HACHETTE et Cie. 1899. In-12. Cartonnage d'éditeurs. Bon état, Couv. fraîche, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 270 pages. Nombreuses illustrations en noir et blanc, dans le texte et en hors-texte. Tranches dorées.. . . . Classification Dewey : 840-Littératures des langues romanes. Littérature française‎


‎Bibliothèque Rose Illustrée. Illustrations de Lecoultre. Classification Dewey : 840-Littératures des langues romanes. Littérature française‎

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‎[Toffani] - ‎ ‎CHERON DE LA BRUYERE (Mme)‎

Reference : 16577

(1908)

‎L'oncle César‎

‎librairie Hachette et Cie 1908 1908, librairie Hachette et Cie, in-8 pleine percaline rouge de 283 pages, collection Bibliothèque rose illustrée, titrage et tranches dorés, 48 vignettes noir et blanc de Toffani dont une en frontispice. | Etat : Très bon état général (Ref.: J6526)‎


‎librairie Hachette et Cie‎

Les Kiosques - Toulon

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‎CHERON DE LA BRUYERE Mme‎

Reference : 002509

‎L'orgueil Des Moustrey‎

‎Paris Librairie Blériot , Henri Gautier Successeur 0 In-12 Avec M. Maryan c'est une littérature chevaleresque qui est donné à lire aux jeunes femmes pour compléter leur éducation à la fin du XIX° siècle , époque où se livrent des batailles décisives entre clergé et partisans de la laïcité . - 248 p. , 350 gr.‎


‎Couverture souple Très Bon État . 1° édition‎

Phone number : 04 67 98 96 91

EUR15.00

‎CHERON DE LA BRUYERE Mme‎

Reference : RO80123365

(1931)

‎Tante Bertine‎

‎MAME ALFRED & FILS. 1931. In-4. Broché. Etat passable, Couv. légèrement passée, Dos satisfaisant, Mouillures. 301 pages. Frontispice en noir et blanc. Quelques illustrations en noir et blanc, dans le texte, par G. LHUER.. . . . Classification Dewey : 840-Littératures des langues romanes. Littérature française‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 840-Littératures des langues romanes. Littérature française‎

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‎CHERON DE LA BRUYERE Mme (DUTRIAC)‎

Reference : 23224

(1909)

‎La fée d'aujourd'hui‎

‎ Paris, Librairie Hachette “Bibliothèque rose illustrée”, 1909. In-12, cartonnage éditeur rouge ornée, doré trois tranches, 265 p., 16 p. de catalogue, 40 vignettes par Dutriac. Exemplaire frais. Deuxième édition.‎


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‎CHERON DE LA BRUYERE (Mme). ZIER Edouard.-‎

Reference : ORD-12072

‎Le sang des Mordrey.-‎

‎Ouvrage illustré de 49 gravures par Ed. ZIER. Hachette. 1905. In-8 (158 x 240mm) percaline rouge éditeur décor noir et or (1°plat et dos), tranches dorées, 271 pages, illustrations dans et hors texte. Le verso du fx-titre donne la liste des autres ouvrages de l'auteur. Bon exemplaire exempt de rousseurs.‎


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‎CHERON (François)‎

Reference : 543242

(1882)

‎Mémoires et récits. Publiés avec lettres inédites des principaux écrivains de la Restauration par F. Hervé-Bazin.‎

‎P., Lib. de la Société bibliographique Maurice Tardieu directeur, 1882. In-12, demi-basane blonde de lépoque, dos à nerfs fleuronné, pièce de titre verte, VIII-278 pp.-[1]f., frontispice et 3 pl. h.-t. Ex. sur vergé. Dos un peu frotté, intérieur frais.‎


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‎CHERPILLOD (Gaston)‎

Reference : 3504

‎La Bouche d'ombre.‎

‎ L'Age d'Homme, Lausanne, 1977. 13,5 x 21 cm broché. 101 pages. (Collection Contemporains. Récits).‎


‎Bon état. ‎

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‎CHERPILLOD Gaston‎

Reference : 99945780

(1975)

‎LE COLLIER DE SCHANZ ‎

‎ l'age d'homme L'Age d'Homme 1975, In-8 broché couverture orangée. 292 p. Bon état.‎


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Phone number : 05 65 42 95 21

EUR15.00

‎CHERPILLOD (Gaston)‎

Reference : 12512

‎L'insurgent. Poèmes.‎

‎Paris, Editions du Scorpion (coll. "Alternance"), 1962. In-8°, 94p. Broché.‎


‎Edition originale sur papier ordinaire. Enrichi d'un envoi autographe signé de l'auteur en page de garde. A l'état de neuf, non coupé.‎

Le Cabinet d'Amateur - Neuchâtel

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‎CHERPILLOD, Gaston.‎

Reference : 100247

‎L'insurgent. Poèmes. Collection Alternance.‎

‎ Paris, Editions du Scorpion 1962, 190x140mm, 94pages, broché. Dédicace sur page de faux-titre. Bon état. ‎


Phone number : 41 26 323 23 43

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‎Cherreyre‎

Reference : 263275

(1960)

‎Fatima (non coupé)‎

‎Alternance 1960 in8. 1960. Broché.‎


‎Très Bon Etat de conservation intérieur uniformément jauni propre livre non coupé‎

Un Autre Monde - La Fontenelle

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