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Nostalgia

Combray
village of narrator and family. [Fr. Lit.: Remembrance of Things Past]
Give My Regards to Broadway
singer sends well-wishes to home town. [Am. Pop. Music: Fordin, 531]
Happy Days
TV series viewed 1950s America through tinted lenses. [TV: Terrace, I, 337–338]
Krapp
passes the time by listening to tapes on which he had recorded his earlier experiences and reflections. [Br. Drama: Beckett Krapp’s Last Tape in Weiss, 244]
My Ántonia
book in which author recalls her precious child-hood years. [Am. Lit.: Magill I, 630–632]
ou sont les neiges d’antan
“Where are the snows of yesteryear?” [Fr. Lit.: Ballade des Dames du temps ladis, “Villon” in Benét, 1061]
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Mots-cles : Rethmann, postsocialisme, nostalgie, Moscou
Basch annonce dans son introduction qu'elle s'occupe du "reve europeen de l'Orient et l'Europe revee des Orientaux" (13), et que "ce livre, qui mele la nostalgie orientale et le reve europeen, est l'echo litteraire du chalet suisse" (14).
Die herhaling van veral foto's waarvan hy gebruik maak, laat my dink aan die herhalende aard van die geheue wat saamhang met nostalgie en verlange na mense en dinge wat verbygegaan het.
The reading of Nostalgie offered in Chapter 9 is stimulating, and important for an understanding of Deledda's somewhat conflictual relationship with feminism.
One suspects he enjoys the aesthetics of playing the erudite hack, the classically trained essayist with nostalgie de la boue, the roaring drinker who can cite volumes of poetry.
Establishing authenticity thus entails a rejection of this world and an embrace of a world without rules, the world of Norman Mailer's "White Negro," the white hipster enthralled by blacks' ability to live "in the perpetual climax of the p resent." [5] Wolfe writes that it is "nostalgie de la boue, or romanticizing of primitive souls," which "was one of the things that brought Radical Chic to the fore in New York Society":
There is a Gallic nostalgie in G.'s account of this stow.
Le veritable sentiment, en tout cas le plus profond et le plus authentique, n'en est pourtant pas un de remords mais de regret: la nostalgie des origines, le deuil de l'objet perdu.
Examples run from Tom Scott's "At the Shrine o the Unkent Sodger" to Stephen Mulrine's "Nostalgie":
Bethan's winning proposal follows on from Clare Townley's 'Nostalgie de la boue: Plastic Friend' in 2018 and Peter Hanmer's 'Plato's Lair' in 2017.
Par ailleurs le gendre de Ghannouchi a evoque la popularite croissante de Abir Moussi; il a affirme que ce phenomene ne leur fait pas peur et que Moussi est un symptome de la nostalgie de l'ancien regime et un symbole de la mouvance de la contre-revolution.
Aujourd'hui, c'est tout le plaisir de vivre des moments de charme dans les salles sombres qui s'effilochait, en nostalgie extreme.