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Nerval

G?rard de , real name G?rard Labrunie. 1808--55, French poet, noted esp for the sonnets of mysticism, myth, and private passion in Les Chim?res (1854)
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These images and writings, including those of Francoise-Rene de Chateaubrian and Gerard de Nerval, denote a European invention of the Orient that portrays the Arab World as a land of romance, mystery, exoticism, haunting memories, and landscapes (Alsultany, 2011; Said, 1979).
Berth occupancy was 65% at the Port on Thursday where seven ships namely MSK Kensington,CGM Nerval,Ikan Salmon,Virginla, Eastern Sun, Nave Caassiopela and Prosperity are currently occupying berths to load/offload containers, cement, wheat, iron ore, diesel oil and edible oil respectively during last 24 hours.
examines selected novels of Goethe, Holderlin, Jean Paul, de Nerval, Jane Austen, Chateaubriand, and others, where he diagnoses a growing subjectivism.
Moreover, the German Orient was almost exclusively a scholarly, or at least a classical, Orient: it was made the subject of lyrics, fantasies, and even novels, but it was never actual, the way Egypt and Syria were actual for Chateaubriand, Lane, Lamartine, Burton, Disraeli, or Nerval.
Ademas de diluir la frontera entre realidad y fantasia a traves de la creacion de ese plano oblicuo, Reyes inscribe multiples referentes literarios en el cuento, desde Nathaniel Hawthorne a Gerard de Nerval y Emile Zola.
Gerard de Nerval n'a-t-il pas bien ecrit - ici tout a fait a propos - :[beaucoup moins que]je suis l'autre[beaucoup plus grand que]?
Yet, like many French artists and writers of the mid-19th century in France (the poets Charles Baudelaire and Gerard de Nerval, who hanged himself from a lamp post among many others) Carpeaux too, had a taste for the macabre, thus on page 293, you are confronted by the head of a guillotined man, which comes as a shock.
The Western world, the President said, knew Istanbul through Lamartine, who was so mesmerized by the beauty of Istanbul as to mention the city as 'the capital of the world' and who decided to settle in Istanbul, and also through the eyes of Pierre Loti, Flaubert and Gerard de Nerval.
Breton was first and foremost a poet whose main literary references ranged from Nerval to Lautreamont and Rimbaud.
They found that for the first time, patients who have SSV within a certain nerval distribution involving skin and eyelashes show the same oxidative stress as observed in the much more frequent general NSV, which is associated with decreased antioxidant capacities including catalase, thioredoxin reductase, and the repair mechanisms methionine sulfoxide reductases.
This new form of poetry would emerge definitively in the later nineteenth century with Nerval, Baudelaire, and Rimbaud, as what Maurice Blanchot calls "the second slope of literature," "the essential solitude" (42) of a literature that withdraws from the prose of the world, but without being able to retreat into the artifice of pastoral.