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Corneille

(Guillaume Cornelis van Beverloo) (kôrnā`yə), 1922–2010, Belgian painter. Corneille was a member of CoBrA, the European group (1948–51) allied with abstract expressionismabstract expressionism,
movement of abstract painting that emerged in New York City during the mid-1940s and attained singular prominence in American art in the following decade; also called action painting and the New York school.
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. His work is characterized by bright, joyous color and linear, weblike configurations that often form broken representational elements.

Corneille

Pierre . 1606--84, French tragic dramatist often regarded as the founder of French classical drama. His plays include Médée (1635), Le Cid (1636), Horace (1640), and Polyeucte (1642)
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Before joining Corneille Law Group, Hall served as a law clerk to Justice Michael Gableman on the Wisconsin Supreme Court during the 2014-15 term.
When the warden tried to stand up, Corneille pushed him again, a police spokesman added.
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Corneille's men who flee confrontation deserve to be pursued (for example, Pompee's allies, as Cesar tells Cleopatre: "En quelques lieux qu'on fuie, il me faut y courir" [4.3.1331]).
In her discussion of Corneille and Kushner, Frese Witt shares the story of how a young undergraduate Kushner came to the "corny but true" conclusion that theater was the "closest thing ...
Gutwirth (emerita, French and women's studies, West Chester U.) conducts a feminist analysis of gendered aesthetics and politics in Jacque-Louis David's 1784 painting Oath of the Horatii, "a work of crucial significance in French Revolutionary culture." While others have already explored this topic, Gutwirth offers a new approach that builds on their work while also exploring the painting in relation to its classical sources (the subject is taken from Livy and Dionysius) and to the 1640 play Horace, by Pierre Corneille, built on the same classical sources.
Ives has described his "translaptation" approach as "looking for the play underneath the words." In his introduction to the published version of The Liar, he explains he was attempting "to write the play that Corneille would have written today, in English."
From 1958, Roland de Corneille, an Anglican priest, was a member of the Anglican Diocese of Toronto Committee on Christian Approach to the Jewish People (C.C.A.J.P.); in September, 1960, he became its secretary.
The other five defendants named as Maroun Saade, Walid Nasr, Francis Sourou Ahissou, Corneille Dato and Martin Raouf Bouraima, were charged in a plot to operate drug trafficking rings in Africa, the BBC reports.
adapted from the play by Pierre Corneille. Reviewed at Rotterdam Film Festival (Spectrum), Jan.
The public display of the name is, as Jean Starobinski has argued, fundamental to the nature of the Cornelian hero: "Chez Corneille, l'ostentation et le defi prendront souvent la forme d'une exhibition du nom.
Ellen McClure examines Pierre Corneille's Horace as a veiled critique of George de Scudery's conception of theater.