Marcel Proust is regarded by many as the greatest writer of the twentieth century; now you can own the majority of his landmark novel REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS PAST on your eReader. This is the most complete works possible of the great French writer Marcel Proust, with the usual high quality Delphi features. (Current version: 1) * six volumes of the groundbreaking novel REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS PAST, with individual contents tables * features C. K. Scott Moncrieff’s celebrated translations * illustrated with images relating to Proust, his life and his works * special images of first editions, giving your eReader a flavour of the original texts * annotated with concise introductions to the novels and other texts * ALL of the original French texts are also included, allowing you to explore the beauty of Proust’s original text * scholarly ordering of texts into chronological order PLEASE NOTE: the seventh and final volume ‘TIME REGAINED’ will not enter European public domains until January 2015, when it will be added to this collection as a free update. To compensate for the missing text, the original French text has been provided. Please visit www.delphiclassics.com to browse through our range of exciting titles CONTENTS: Remembrance of Things Past SWANN’S WAY WITHIN A BUDDING GROVE THE GUERMANTES CITIES OF THE PLAIN THE CAPTIVE THE SWEET CHEAT GONE TIME REGAINED (only in French) The Novels in French Other Works in French LES PLAISIRS ET LES JOURS PASTICHES ET MELANGES ARTICLES DE ‘La Nouvelle Revue Française’ CHRONIQUES LA BIBLE D’AMIENS SESAME ET LES LYS UNAVAILABLE WORKS Please visit www.delphiclassics.com to browse through our range of exciting titles
Paris was only supposed to have been be a break from college when Josh Cohn is evicted from his lodging. But whilst sulking in a bistro he notices a beautiful Arabic girl who, minutes later, he witnesses drowning. In the same moment he pulls Neïla's unconscious form from the water, Josh is killed and the two strangers' spirits meet... Josh's consciousness is thrown into the young girl's body. Immersed in the unfamiliar fundamentalist lifestyle of Neïla's family, Josh struggles for Neïla's rights when she is forced to wear the hijab. Treated as insane for trying to escape, Josh becomes a prisoner to Neïla’s violent eldest brother, who has just returned from the jihad. When Josh discovers that Neïla had killed her father and he informs the police about her brother’s doings, he must unravel the mysteries, escape, or be killed again.
Le cinéaste et acteur japonais Takeshi Kitano, alias Beat Takeshi, évoque son enfance et son univers artistique et raconte la conception de son exposition à la Fondation Cartier à travers des croquis d'objets qu'il a inventés, des plans d'installations, des peintures, etc.