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inconnu

a North American freshwater food and game fish, Stenodus leucichthys, related to the salmon
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(Given the contest of technique Hamilton stages in Le Chef-d'oeuvre inconnu between painted and printed images, it seems appropriate that d'Olivier, now known chiefly for his erotic photographic prints, was also a history and portrait painter who exhibited at the Paris Salon in the 1850s and '60s.)
Since previous studies have shown that Partonopeu de Blois serves as an intertext for Le Bel Inconnu, (4) I want to explore the possibility that PB's undercutting of the portrait motif serves as a model for Renaut's own play with this topos.
As one would expect of an "Age Inconnu" brandy, Lebanese artist Arwa Seifeddine's painting of the same name demonstrates subtlety and depth.
The Inconnu (Stenodus leucichthys leucichthys Guldenstadt) is the largest and fastest-growing member of the whitefish subfamily Coregoninae (Salmonidae).
Code Inconnu (2000) Michael Haneke became central to Robin's concept of a contemporary progressive filmmaker.
by Doris Dorrie; Tony Gatlif's film Gadjo Dilo; Cedric Klapisch's films L'Auberge espagnole and Les Poupees russes; and Micheal Haneke's Code inconnu: Recit incomplet de divers voyages.
She made her screen debut in 1931 in "Le chanteur inconnu," which helped establish her as a favorite pinup in France.
Inconnu (Stenodus leucichthys) stocks of the Mackenzie River drainage exhibit complex life histories.
Alexis Carrel, a Nobel Prize winning vascular specialist in 1912, who in his 1935 book, L'Homme, cet inconnu [Man the Unknown], had popularized notions of French biological degeneracy and the need for women to focus on motherhood (70), became the guru of a medical community that emphasized hygiene and opposed abortions after 1940 (286).
Lee covers five stories from the Etudes philosophiques, and from the period 1830-35 in Balzac's career, devoting essays to Un drame au bord de la mer, Le Chef-d'oeuvre inconnu, Adieu, L'Auberge rouge, and Melmoth reconcilie; they are preceded by an introduction and a brief conclusion.
He continues with descriptive discussions of prose narmtives such as Les Aventures duphilosophe inconnu by one dom Belin, and the better-known Cabine t de Minerve and Voyage des Princes Fortunez of Beroalde de Verville, characterizing these texts, in sound alchemical fashion, as "alliages" (alloys) (462), insofar as they combine novelistic features with other attributes drawn from the tradition of the "Doctrine Doree." He closes with a discussion of works like La Carithee by Mann Le Roy de Gomberville, a pastoral romance in which alchemical themes, instead of being a central presence with a didactic purpose, have become more diffuse, giving a color of mystery and obscurity to the text in the service of aesthetic rather than "scientific" ends.
But a series of explosions tore through the Inconnu, and the 46-year- old skipper's body was never found.