Accès direct au contenu

 
Recherche
Retour rapide vers l'accueil

Le site ressource des anglicistes

Nos dernières mises en ligne

Alex Salmond, concession speech

Read the full transcript
Can I say thank-you for that reception but above all thank-you to Scotland for 1.6 million votes for Scottish independence. Our friends in the Highlands of Scotland are still to speak so the final results aren't in, but we know there is going to be a majority for the No campaign. It is important to say that our referendum was an agreed and consented process and Scotland has by a majority decided not, at this stage, to become an independent country. I accept that verdict of the people and I call on all of Scotland to follow suit in accepting the democratic verdict of the people of Scotland.

David Treuer: Forgotten World / Forgotten Words

Read the text
We speak confidently and playfully about the “death of the author” but not one wants to seriously consider the death of literature. But this is precisely what we risk when we treat literature as ethnography, or worse, as the last living remnants of what seem to be vanishing cultures. We don’t read novels, at any rate, to educate ourselves. Or if we do we shouldn’t. And if we do commit this soul error we don’t enjoy novels because of the information they contain. Rather, we enjoy them, we clutch novels to our very souls because they move us, surprise us, transport us, entertain us, shock us, and (ultimately) trick us into caring about people and places that don’t exist and never existed.

Scotland’s Hour of Choice

Lire l'article d'Alistair Cole
With the Scottish independence referendum campaign in full swing, it is difficult to stand back and evaluate the position of Scotland in a dispassionate way. Scottish citizens will shortly be called upon to decide whether they agree or not with the proposition that ‘Scotland should be an Independent country’. A second article – in around one month’s time – will provide an assessment of why the referendum result turned out the way it did. For the moment, it behoves the serious analyst to stand back from the passions of the campaign itself and recall that various different perspectives and interpretative frameworks are available... 

Revue de presse


Chaque lundi, mardi, jeudi et vendredi, La Clé des langues vous propose plusieurs regards sur un évènement marquant ou insolite de l'actualité de la sphère culturelle anglophone. Notre sélection d'articles est issue des grands quotidiens britanniques et américains. Visualisez les premiers paragraphes sur notre site, vous pourrez ensuite consulter l'intégralité de l'article sur le site du journal. La revue de presse est relayée sur notre page Facebook et accompagnée d'une image du jour : abonnez vous! (cliquez sur "j'aime")
 

Le nuage de mots : une nouvelle façon de découvrir La Clé

 
 
mise à jour le 19 septembre 2014
Créé le 18 octobre 2006
ISSN 2107-7029
DGESCO Clé des Langues