There is only one further reference to Marie's laugh in the novel, in the form of a memory: at the very end of his trial, Meursault hears the ice cream man outside and is bombarded by memories of a life no longer his, the one which held "les plus pauvres et les plus tenaces de mes joies: des odeurs d'ete, le quartier que j'aimais, un certain ciel du soir, le rire
et les robes de Marie" (202).
AlKhalidiah Fais Moi Rire
, ridden this time by Sophie Appleton, took another two prizes home, with runner-up in the B class and victory in the A class.
Robert Walford was aboard the leading Cheltenham fancy as he worked with Royal & SunAlliance Chase hopeful The Listener, Mort de Rire
and Cracking Dawn.
SOME shrewd punters collected in style when Mort de Rire
took the gg.com Novices' Chase at Leicester yesterday.
] c'est peut-etre cela: danser sur la crete de l'abime, rire
a la face du monstre' (p.
Victor Hugo, un temps pour rire
. Paris: Librairie A.-G.
et les larmes dans la litterature grec d'Homere a Platon.
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Despite its merits, this book is less easy to penetrate and more labyrinthine than anything Kafka wrote himself and despite its title it ignores 'le rire
' for 'le critique', which makes it a relief to get back to the novel itself.
Bergson's other works include Le Rire
: Essai sur la significance du comique (1900; Laughter: An Essay on the Meaning of the Comic) and Introduction a la metaphysique(1903; An Introduction to Metaphysics ).
His chief philosophical works are Essai sur les donnees immediates de la conscience (1888; translated as Time and Free Will, 1910), Matiere et memoire (1896; translated as Matter and Memory, 1913), Le Rire
(1901; translated as Laughter, 1914), Revue de metaphysique et de morale (1903; translated as Introduction to Metaphysics, 1912), L ' Energie spirituelle (1919; translated as Mind - Energy, 1920), Les Deux Sources de la morale et de la religion (1932; translated as Two Sources of Morality and Religion, 1935), and La Pensee et le mouvant (1934; translated as The Creative Mind,