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Thebaid

the territory around ancient Thebes in Egypt, or sometimes around Thebes in Greece
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is in La Thebaide, but rather the point of potential access to Neron
50) Caiani, 'La pietas nella Thebaide di Stazio', 260-76; Klinnert, 'Capaneus-Hippomedon', 111.
en Occident le desert ideal est une foret, de preference dans un relief accidente, seme de roches et de grottes, tels que l'illustre l'iconographie des Thebaides aux XIVe et XVe siecles.
For those who wish to marry 'Racine' and 'love', there is also the inconvenient fact that in two of his plays, La Thebaide and Iphigenie, passionate love does not figure prominently, and that in the final religious dramas, Esther and Athalie, it does not figure at all.
La Thebaide, Britannicus, Mithridate, Paris, PUF, 2010, p.
of "Le Reve d'un curieux," but this expression was acceptable to the Racine who wrote La Thebaide, where it occurs four times.
When Huysmans' des Esseintes binds the walls of his thebaide in leather, he situates himself as a character in the books enshrined in his library.
These factors are shown to play a yet more unsettling role in Thomas Corneille's Timocrate, Pierre Corneille's Oedipe and Racine's La Thebaide.
Potuerunt sane reliqua cootcuata in Cyclica Thebaide commemorari, ut Poeta eo respicere videature; sed [unknown characters] refertur ad [Tau][Upsilon][Chi][Eta], ut 475 [Omicron] [Delta] [unknown characers] non ad praedicatum [Unknown Words Omitted] itaque sententia non accurate enuntiata est.
Chapter two turns attention to the seventeenth century and "la haine tragique" (75), offering close readings in particular of Corneille's Rodogune (whose Cleopatra Corneille himself calls "tres mechante"), Medee ("Je le ferai par haine"), and Racine's Thebaide.
Transpose dans le langage du roman: quittez la tour -- la Thebaide -- vous mangerez mal, vous serez mal.
Alors, dans un Londres transforme tout a coup en Thebaide, d'ou avait disparu cette << influence puissante et precieuse >> que, trente ou quarante ans plus tot, Dublin exercait encore, << les quelques ecrivains qui survecurent ou firent leur apparition [.