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Commentaire Nana Zola

Nana, de Zola Commentaire composé du passage situé au chapitre VII : «  Ce soir-là, voulant se mieux voir […] » page 224 à «[…] en riant à l’autre Nana, qui, elle aussi, se baisait dans la glace. » page 227.             Publié en 1880, Nana est le neuvième roman du cycle des Rougon-Macquart écrit par Zola, relatant le drame poignant d’une existence de...


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Le mythe d’Alexandre

Alexandre le Grand Introduction Alexandre le Grand ou Alexandre III de Macédoine est né le 21 juillet 356 avant Jésus-Christ et est mort le 13 juin 323 avant Jésus-Christ. Fils de Philippe II de Macédoine, élève d’Aristote et roi de Macédoine de 336 avant Jésus-Christ jusqu’à sa mort. Il fut l’un des plus grand conquérant de l’Antiquité. Le mythe d’Alexandre s’explique...


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Alexandre le Grand

Alexandre le Grand Introduction Alexandre le Grand ou Alexandre III de Macédoine est né le 21 juillet 356 avant Jésus-Christ et est mort le 13 juin 323 avant Jésus-Christ. Fils de Philippe II de Macédoine, élève d’Aristote et roi de Macédoine de 336 avant Jésus-Christ jusqu’à sa mort. Il fut l’un des plus grand conquérant de l’Antiquité. Le mythe d’Alexandre s’explique...


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Version du 9 mars

  Signes religieux:   Le nom des personnages : Hamm suggère Hammer et Clov, clou ce qui renvoie à la passion du Christ. Les premères pages: Quant au drap et au mouchoir taché de sang, «vieux linge» qui recouvrent Hamm et ses parents, je les associerais à des linceuls et même au saint suaire. Première scène: Clov porte un escabeau, à...


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SVT: Lafarge - Exploitation du calcaire

Sommaire :   1)Présentation de Lafarge   2)Exploitation du calcaire(+croquis)   3)Transformation en usine   4)Utilisation par l\'homme   5)Développement durable                               Présentation de Lafarge Lafarge est un groupe français de matériaux de construction, leader mondial dans son secteur, suivi par Holcim. Il est présent dans trois activités principales: béton et granulats, ciment, plâtre, et dans 78 pays. Son chiffre d\'affaires, en 2010, s\'est élevé à 16,169 milliards d\'euros, dont...


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Rutherford B.

Rutherford B. Hayes I INTRODUCTION Rutherford B. Hayes (1822-1893), 19th president of the United States (1877-1881). He achieved the presidency in the closest electoral contest in U.S. history, winning over Samuel J. Tilden by one electoral vote. During his term of office, Hayes supported measures he felt right and just, without fear of making political enemies. While his achievements as president were not...


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James Polk

James Polk I INTRODUCTION James Polk (1795-1849), 11th president of the United States (1845-1849). He was one of the nation's most successful presidents. During his one term in office the United States expanded westward to the Pacific Ocean, California and the New Mexico Territory were won in the Mexican War (1846-1848), and the Oregon country was...


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Herbert Hoover

Herbert Hoover I INTRODUCTION Herbert Hoover (1874-1964), 31st president of the United States (1929-1933). Hoover was a highly successful mining engineer and a relief administrator in warravaged countries. His election in 1928 as president won the overwhelming approval of the American people, yet within two years Hoover was condemned by most as a reactionary unable or...


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Observatory - astronomy.

Observatory - astronomy. I INTRODUCTION Observatory, building from which astronomers observe celestial objects such as planets, stars, and galaxies. The main instrument in an astronomical observatory is usually a telescope, a device that gathers light from distant objects and makes them appear larger than they do with the naked eye. See also Astronomy. Scientists keep sophisticated instruments such as telescopes, cameras, computers, and...


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Artificial Satellite - astronomy.

Artificial Satellite - astronomy. I INTRODUCTION Artificial Satellite, any object purposely placed into orbit around Earth, other planets, or the Sun. Since the launching of the first artificial satellite in 1957, thousands of these "man-made moons" have been rocketed into Earth orbit. Today, artificial satellites play key roles in the communications industry, in military intelligence, and in the scientific study of both Earth...


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Extrasolar Planets - astronomy.

Extrasolar Planets - astronomy. I INTRODUCTION Extrasolar Planets, also exoplanets, planets orbiting stars other than the Sun. Astronomers have found more than 200 such planets. Billions of planets likely exist in our galaxy. Finding and studying extrasolar planets helps astronomers learn more about the formation of our solar system. It also contributes to the study of possible life in the universe, because life...


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Relativity - astronomy.

Relativity - astronomy. I INTRODUCTION Relativity, theory, developed in the early 20th century, which originally attempted to account for certain anomalies in the concept of relative motion, but which in its ramifications has developed into one of the most important basic concepts in physical science (see Physics). The theory of relativity, developed primarily by German American physicist Albert Einstein, is the basis for...


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Fossil Fuels.

Fossil Fuels. I INTRODUCTION Fossil Fuels, energy-rich substances that have formed from long-buried plants and microorganisms. Fossil fuels, which include petroleum, coal, and natural gas, provide most of the energy that powers modern industrial society. The gasoline that fuels our cars, the coal that powers many electrical plants, and the natural gas that heats our homes are all fossil fuels. Chemically, fossil fuels consist...


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Book Publishing I INTRODUCTION Book Publishing, manufacture, publication, and distribution of books.

Book Publishing I INTRODUCTION Book Publishing, manufacture, publication, and distribution of books. The process involves the selection of a manuscript, the editing of it, the designing of the book's final appearance, the actual manufacture into book form, the distribution of the book to booksellers, and the book's ultimate purchase by readers. The origins of the book trade can be traced to engraved clay...


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Excerpt from The Old Curiosity Shop - anthology.

Excerpt from The Old Curiosity Shop - anthology. Published in 1840, Charles Dickens's The Old Curiosity Shop has been described by some critics as a fairy tale. The Old Curiosity Shop contains many contrasts: youth and age; innocence and corruption; beauty and deformity; and, foremost, the city and the countryside. Little Nell Trent lives with her grandfather in the Old...


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Excerpt from The Pickwick Papers - anthology.

Excerpt from The Pickwick Papers - anthology. The Pickwick Papers was Charles Dickens's first novel. Dickens, who was a journalist at the time, was commissioned by a magazine to write a series of short stories to accompany illustrative plates--depictions of a gentleman's club performing a variety of sporting activities--by the well-known artist Seymour. Dickens decided to lengthen the stories and, with...


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Excerpt from Antony and Cleopatra - anthology.

Excerpt from Antony and Cleopatra - anthology. Bereft of her lover, the disgraced Roman leader Antony, and faced with the fearful prospect of public humiliation at the hands of Caesar, who has defeated both her and Antony in battle, Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt, has only one remaining course of action available if she wishes to remain in control of her...


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Excerpt from The Winter's Tale - anthology.

Excerpt from The Winter's Tale - anthology. One of Shakespeare's last plays, the beautiful, poignant romance story of The Winter's Tale revolves around the estrangement of Leontes, King of Sicilia, from his wife and daughter, and their eventual reconciliation. In a sudden fit of jealousy Leontes becomes convinced that his wife has been conducting an affair with his friend Polixenes and...


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Chess.

Chess. I INTRODUCTION Chess, game of skill and strategy between two people, played using specially designed pieces on a square board comprised of 64 alternating light and dark squares in eight rows of eight squares each. Chess, with a history that extends back thousands of years, is a popular game played around the world. II HOW CHESS IS PLAYED In chess each player controls an...


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Vocabulaire: CHOSE1, substantif féminin.

Vocabulaire: CHOSE1, substantif féminin. Ce qui se manifeste et que l'on ne désigne qu'en tant que tel. I.— Ce qui est, ce qui existe; réalité de toute espèce, envisagée indépendamment de la durée. A.— Ce qui existe à titre d'appartenance à quelque chose ou à quelqu'un, ce qui concerne quelque chose ou quelqu'un. 1. Au pluriel....


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