This thesis explores the idea of the "artist" as a figure of self-creation in the
development of identity (both in and through literature) using a number of Shakespeare's
protagonists to exemplify the different stages of evolution, especially...
Proulx, J.-B. (Jean-Baptiste), 1846-1904; Education -- Manitoba -- History; Church and education -- Manitoba; French-Canadians -- Connecticut; Catholics -- Connecticut; Danielson (Conn.) -- Church history; Saint James Church (Danielson, Conn.)
The thesis is an examination of the role of Fr. Jean-Baptiste Proulx as an intermediary for the French-Canadian laity at St. James' Church in Danielson, Connecticut in the parish discord known as the Danielson Affair, and as a secret ambassador of...
European Union -- France; France -- Foreign relations -- 20th century
Charles de Gaulle, who knew his people well, once said: "Every Frenchman
wants to benefit from one or several privileges. It is his way of affirming his
passion for equality".
Charles de Gaulle understood what his people were like. From the times...