François-Elie Vincent

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  • Summary Of Self-Portrait With Two Pupils

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    1. "Self-Portrait With Two Pupils" by Adelaide Labille-Guiard in 1785. It was made out of oil on canvas and measures 6'11" by 4'11 1/2." It is located in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. "Self-Portrait" by Judith Leyster was created in 1635 and made out of oil on canvas. It measures 29 3/8" by 25 5/8." It is located at the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC. 2. In "Self-Portrait With Two Pupils" Adelaide sits in a green and gold upholstered chair. She looks at the viewer a smile

  • Awareness

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    Fiction, Between Inner Life and Collective Memory. A Methodological Reflection. François-Xavier Lavenne, Virginie Renard, François Tollet1 Introduction In the writing of their fictional works, novelists often have to reflect on the functioning of memory, for memory lies at the heart both of inner life and of human experience in general. It is indeed in the works of writers such as Marcel Proust or Jorge Luis Borges that the best exemplifications of the subjective experience of memory are to be

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