In the 18th Century, the philosophical movement in Western Europe manifested a growth of emphasis on male and female difference in intellectual and emotional capacities. This meant that the notion that the characteristic of women were not necessarily inferior to men. In fact, the rational and honourable faculties inherent to each male and female were complimentary. Although the earlier tradition emphasised female intellect as an imperfect version of the male, the newer version was that women would have their own individual kind of intellectual character which is known as the ‘natural’ complement to particularly male perceptive ability. This gender role is certainly present in all adaptations of Dangerous Liaisons. The Marquise de Merteuil is a victim of this. Merteuil uses women’s earlier notion of traditional roles to her advantage, she fawns female virtue and submission so well that her playing in Dangerous Liaisons never once gets suspected. She takes the newer notion and uses her body as a reward to Vicomte de Valmont and makes a bet with him, if he is successful, he can have her for the night. Obviously, Merteuil has to conquer to have her high status reputation maintained. Because Cecile Volange has had an arranged marriage planned to Comte de Gercourt, Merteuil doesn’t want this to fault her high reputation as this is one of her ex-lovers. For a man to choose a younger, virginal girl over a mature sexual woman is a humiliation for The Marquise. As Vicomte and Merteuil are ‘partners in crime’ Valmont, as a favour; says that he will take Cecile the virgin, away from the Gercourt and save Merteuil the degradation. However, Marquise knows very well that although Cecile may have been locked away from the real world in a convent, she is not as senseless as she may come across. Cecile is dangerously in love with Chevalier Danceny, her handsome music teacher. Valmont refuses, finding the task too easy, and preferring to offer himself to seducing Madame de Tourvel. Merteuil promises Valmont that if he seduces Madame de Tourvel and delivers her with written proof, she will
“Le roman épistolaire caractérise ses personnages par leur maniement du langage, par ce qu'ils en attendent et par la façon dont ils se laissent entraîner par les mots.” Discuss with reference to Les Liaisons Dangereuses.
The epistolary novel was seen, up until Laclos’ Les Liaisons Dangereuses, as a mainly mono-vocal form of literature. The epistolary novel allowed the reader to imagine the events being described, and, in some cases, the replies of other (unheard) characters in the narrative. However…
Abaisser (AH bay say)
(lit: to lower) to roll a dough out with the aid of a rolling pin to the desired thickness.
Abats (AH bah)
(lit: offal) internal organs of butchered animals sold mainly by stores specializing in this called “triperies.”
White offal: sweetbreads, feet, brains.
Red offal: heart, lungs, liver.
Abattis (AH bah tee)
(lit: giblets) feet, neck, heads, wingtips, liver, gizzard, and heart of poultry.
Abricoter (ah bree coh tay)
(lit: to abricot)…
Limitations of Competencies
Skills – Council for Administration
Job analysis of a manager
The forces of a competency system
What does a manager do?
What is management
Strategic Job Analysis
The set reading Le Deist, F. D. and Winterton, J. (2005) What is
Competence, Human Resource Development International, Vol. 8,
No. 1, pp. 27-46.can be found at:
A critical appraisal of a published piece of research related to practice.
Evidence Based Practice - HEN62029-5
Student number 10039687
Word count 3150
The following ssion of this assignment attempts to critically appraise the venUS III randomised control trial (RTC) published in the British Medical Journal.
As a student/healthcare worker who is new to critical appraisal I am aware that I do not fully understand some of the calculations involved in reporting of findings, however Greenhalgh…
of the current member countries. The UPU is the primary forum for cooperation between postal sector players. This helps to ensure a truly universal network of up-to-date products and services. The organization fulfills an advisory, mediating and liaison role, and provides technical assistance where needed. It sets the rules for international male exchanges, makes recommendations to stimulate growth in mail, parcel and financial services volumes, improve quality of service for customers. The UPU consists…
University of Grenoble
Choose from French Language and Culture Program and Intensive French Language Program Grenoble Business School option also available
academic year, fall or spring semester
business economics fine arts French language history literature political science sociology
Open to college sophomores, juniors and seniors minimum 2.5 GPA 18 years or older one recent year of college French required for the French Language and Culture Program additional requirements…
QUESTION: You are required to analyse your own organisation or one that you are familiar with in terms of Organisational Behaviour issues. The assignment should use a variety of models and theories within your chosen topic as part of your analysis.
1.0 BRIEF INTRODUCTION
The purpose of writing this report is to understand the various behavioural issues which can be associated with an organisation. This report will throw light on key issues of group dynamics. The motivation…
marginalist and the
Classical-Keynesian approaches. Our ‘mundane’ conclusions will instead recall a number
of more “tactical” reasons for forging pluralist alliances between historians of economic
thought and heterodox economists.
A longstanding liaison: history of economic thought and heterodox economics
The close connection between heterodox economics and the history of economic thought
is a literary topos among scholars in the latter field. For example, Blaug (2001) claims
that there are two…
SIMONE DE BEAUVOIR
THE SECOND SEX
(Le Deuxieme Sexe)
First published in 1949
English translation in 1953 by H.M. Parshley (New York: Knopf)
Vintage Books paperback edition 1989
Introduction and Conclusion
AMERICAN UNIERSITY OF BEIRUT
THE SECOND SEX
(Introduction and Conclusion)
FACTS AND MYTHS
WOMAN'S LIFE TODAY