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Trouvés 3 documents.

Nourrir la mort: rituels funéraires et pratiques alimentaires des Alpes à l'Himalaya
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Nourrir la mort: rituels funéraires et pratiques alimentaires des Alpes à l'Himalaya : actes de la conférence annuelle sur l'activité scientifique du Centre d'études francoprovençale : Saint-Nicolas, 27 octobre 2018 / [textes réunis par Christiane Dunoyer, Fabio Armand]

Aoste : Région autonome de la Vallée d'Aoste. Assesorat du tourisme, des sports, du commerce, de l'agriculture et des biens culturels, copyr. 2019 (Saint-Christophe : Duc)

La valeur d'un château
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Del Bo, Beatrice

La valeur d'un château : le contrôle du territoire en Vallée d'Aoste du 13e au 15e siècle / Beatrice Del Bo

Aoste : Région autonome Vallée d'Aoste, 2019 (Saint-Christophe : Duc)

Bibliothèque de l'Archivum augustanum / par les soins des Archives historiques régionales ; 41

The girl with the Leica
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Janeczek, Helena

The girl with the Leica / Helena Janeczek ; translated from the Italian by Ann Goldstein

New York : Europa, copyr. 2019

Résumé: Gerda Taro was a German-Jewish war photographer, anti-fascist activist, artist and innovator who, together with her partner, the Hungarian Endre Friedmann, was one half of the alias Robert Capa, widely considered to be the twentieth century's greatest war and political photographer. She was killed while documenting the Spanish Civil War and tragically became the first female photojournalist to be killed on a battlefield. August 1, 1937, Paris. Taro's twenty-seventh birthday, and her funeral. Friedmann, who would henceforth assume the moniker Robert Capa alone, leads the procession. He taught Taro to use a Leica. Together, they left for the Spanish Civil War to bear witness to fascist war crimes. He is devastated, but there are others, equally bereft, in the procession: Ruth Cerf, Taro's old friend from Leipzig with whom she fled to Paris; Willy Chardack, ex-lover; Georg Kuritzkes, another lover and a key figure in the International Brigades. They have all known a different Gerda, and one who is at times radically at odds with the heroic anti-fascist figure who is being mourned by the multitudes. Gerda Taro is at the heart of this kaleidoscopic novel but another of its main characters is the era itself, the 1930s, with economic depression, the rise of Nazism, hostility towards refugees in France, the century's ideological warfare, the cultural ferment, and the ascendency of photography as the age's quintessential art form. The Girl with the Leica is a must-read for fans of historical fiction centered on extraordinary women's lives.