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Présentation de l'ouvrage En imaginant une société future qui considère la lecture comme un crime, Ray Bradbury compose un roman de science-fiction haletant, et dénonce les dangers de la censure et la puissance des médias.
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1. Les dangers de la lecture 2. Univers cauchemardesques Présentation de l'auteur Ray Bradbury (né en 1920) Dossier pédagogique de Laure Mangin, professeur de lettres à Corbeil-Essonnes (91) et auteur de la collection (Bel-Ami, 2009 ; Phèdre, 2010) et du manuel de français Seconde.
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- Un roman qui a reçu un accueil enthousiaste lors de sa parution (1953).
- Un roman qui est au coeur des objets d'étude du nouveau programme de lycée : La question de l'Homme dans l'argumentation du XVIe siècle à nos jours (applicable à la rentrée 2011 ).
- Un roman de science-fiction qui séduira les professeurs des séries générales et des séries technologiques.
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With an Introduction by Mishtooni Bose.
More's Utopia is a complex, innovative and penetrating contribution to political thought, culminating in the famous 'description' of the Utopians, who live according to the principles of natural law, but are receptive to
Christian teachings, who hold all possessions in common, and view gold as worthless. Drawing on the ideas of Plato, St Augustine and Aristotle, Utopia was to prove seminal in its turn, giving rise to the genres of utopian and dystopian prose fiction whose practitioners include Sir Francis Bacon, H.G. Wells, Aldous Huxley and George Orwell. At once a critique of the social consequences of greed and a meditation on the personal cost of entering public service, Utopia dramatises the difficulty of balancing the competing claims of idealism and pragmatism, and continues to invite its readers to become participants in a compelling debate concerning the best state of a commonwealth.
She turns to the future in a world that's falling apart. For sixteen-year-old Tris, the world changes in a heartbeat when she is forced to make a terrible choice. Turning her back on her family, Tris ventures out, alone, determined to find out where she truly belongs. Shocked by the brutality of her new life, Tris can trust no one. And yet she is drawn to a boy who seems to both threaten and protect her. The hardest choices may yet lie ahead...A debut novel that will leave you breathless.
Brave New World
WITH INTRODUCTIONS BY MARGARET ATWOOD AND DAVID BRADSHAW Far in the future, the World Controllers have created the ideal society. Through clever use of genetic engineering, brainwashing and recreational sex and drugs all its members are happy consumers. Bernard Marx seems alone harbouring an ill-defined longing to break free. A visit to one of the few remaining Savage Reservations where the old, imperfect life still continues, may be the cure for his distress...Huxley's ingenious fantasy of the future sheds a blazing light on the present and is considered to be his most enduring masterpiece.
The revised edition of Grube's classic translation follows and furthers Grube's noted success in combining fidelity to Plato's text with natural readability, while reflecting the fruits of new scholarship and insights into Plato's thought since publication of the first edition in 1974. A new introduction, index, and bibliography by Professor Reeve are included in this new rendering.
All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others. George Orwell's modern fable on the way power corrupts is as apt as ever in the twenty-first century. Educational edition of this much-loved classic from Longman.
Gargantua an d pantagruel
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