By Gérard de Nerval
Édition enrichie (Introduction, notes, chronologie et bibliographie)
Une dame que j'avais aimée longtemps et que j'appellerai du nom d'Aurélia, était perdue pour moi. Peu importent les circonstances de cet événement qui devait avoir une si grande impact sur ma vie. Chacun peut chercher dans ses souvenirs l'émotion l. a. plus navrante, le coup le plus bad frappé sur l'âme par le destin ; il faut alors se résoudre à mourir ou à vivre : - je dirai plus tard pourquoi je n'ai pas choisi l. a. mort. " A l. a. différence du narrateur, Nerval choisit los angeles mort un jour de janvier 1855, laissant Aurélia inachevé. Le récit, qui ne dissocie pas le rêve et los angeles vie mais au contraire les réunit - c'est son sous-titre -, affirme los angeles quête de l'unité perdue par un Je qui raconte et commente journey à travel l'expérience qu'il entend dépasser dans une harmonie retrouvée.
Présentation et notes par Michel Brix.
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He said aloud. ” Lo and behold! there stood Balin and Dwalin at the door of the kitchen, and Fili and Kili behind them, and before he could say knife they had whisked the trays and a couple of small tables into the parlour and set out everything afresh. Gandalf sat at the head of the party with the thirteen dwarves all round: and Bilbo sat on a stool at the fireside, nibbling at a biscuit (his appetite was quite taken away), and trying to look as if this was all perfectly ordinary and not in the least an adventure.
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As soon as the door was opened, he pushed inside, just as if he had been expected. ” he said with a low bow. ” said the hobbit, too surprised to ask any questions for the moment. ” A little stiff perhaps, but he meant it kindly. And what would you do, if an uninvited dwarf came and hung his things up in your hall without a word of explanation? They had not been at table long, in fact they had hardly reached the third cake, when there came another even louder ring at the bell. ” said the hobbit, and off he went to the door.