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By Michel Ouellette

ISBN-10: 2894238479

ISBN-13: 9782894238479

Au centre d'un village qui se meurt, une enseignante s'est barricadée à l'intérieur de l'école, une ceinture de dynamite autour du ventre. Elle tente d'empêcher que « son » école soit démolie. Ironie, c'est le démolisseur, Jeff, qui tente de l. a. dissuader de tout faire sauter.

Entre les deux, un jeu de lettres qui tient lieu de compte à rebours...

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According to James Winston, in 1821 he was offered tempting employment by Elliston at Drury Lane as 'supervisor of plays, etc' at the exorbitant salary of £i,ooo. 39 But instead, to the wonderment of his friends, colleagues and enemies in the theatrical profession, in February 1824 n e accepted the quasi-sinecurial post of dramatic censor (officially Examiner of Plays to the Lord Chamberlain) at £400 per annum plus fees for every play licensed. Colman turned his attention to his new duties with startling zeal and transformed himself from self-confessed 'careless immoral author'40 into a kind of dramatic policeman.

27 At the end of the century both Shaw - the most prominent critic-dramatist of the century — and J. M. Barrie entered dramatic writing by the common way of journalism and the lesser-travelled route of the novel. After a stint as dramatic critic in the provinces and then as leader writer for London newspapers, Barrie made a modest name for himself in fiction before his first successful plays were produced in 1891-2. Though, like Barrie, Shaw was a novelist before he was a playwright, he eased himself into paid journalism in 1885 and made his first reputation in the early 1890s as music critic of the World and later as dramatic critic of the Saturday Review.

31 The most conspicuous recruits from the world of Victorian business were James Albery and Henry Arthur Jones. The former, having given up his early training as an architect, became a partner in the family rope-making business in Blackfriars Road, close to the Surrey Theatre; and the latter worked as an assistant in his uncle's drapery shop in Ramsgate from the age of 12 at a salary of £20 a year, then as a warehouseman in Bradford. In his early twenties Jones became a commercial traveller in the west of England on a salary of £150 plus commission on orders over £8,000 per annum.

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