In Memories of an Impossible Future: Mehdi Akhavān Sāles and the Poetics of Time Marie Huber traces the quest for a modern language of poetry through different figurations of temporality in the works of one of Iran’s foremost poets.
Analyse: Exemplaire ayant appartenu à Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Louise Schobinger née Girod, vivait à Genève et il est connu qu'elle a vendu une partie de sa bibliothèque à Jean-Jacques Rousseau (Voir : Recherches bibliographiques sur les oeuvres imprimées de J.J. Rousseau / par Théophile Dufour. - T. 2. - Paris : L. Giraud-Badin, 1925, p. 83-84).
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