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"Freedom to Dream" and "Freedom to Speak"  
Author J. M. G. Le Clézio
Original title "La liberté pour Rêver" and "La liberté pour parler"
Translator Ralph Schoolcraft III
Country France
Language French translated into English
Genre(s) Essay
Publisher World Literature Today ,University of Oklahoma
Publication date 1965

"La liberté pour Rêver" and "La liberté pour parler" are essays written in French by French author and Nobel laureate J. M. G. Le Clézio and translated into English as "Freedom to Dream" and "Freedom to Speak" and published by World Literature Today .

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English translation

World Literature Today

"Freedom to Dream" and "Freedom to Speak" were published in 1965."Freedom to Dream" and "Freedom to Speak" were translated from French into English by Ralph Schoolcraft III and published by World Literature Today (University of Oklahoma).

Online

Freedom to Dream online

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Freedom to Speak" online

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Digital version of "Freedom to dream"

Digital version of "Freedom to dream" published by University of Oklahoma as a HTML document for download[3]

Digital version of "Freedom to speak"

Digital version of "Freedom to speak" published by University of Oklahoma as a HTML document for download[4]

Freedom to dream":Poets and other artists are rejected by the rational and logical members of society. They are considered to be dreamers who tinker with matters which are beyond the confines of the material world and therefore taboo in the so-called Industrial Age"
"Freedom to speak":There has been no freedom of speech before the Renaissance. To the Greeks and the Romans who are believed to be the originators of democracy, slavery is a natural part of civilization. It was only during the Renaissance that the concept of liberty began to be accepted

An article from: World Literature Today [5]

References

  1. ^ [http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_hb5270/is_/ai_n28696387 "Freedom to dream World Literature Today, Autumn, 1997 by Jean-Marie G. Le Clezio"]. Find articles at bnet. 1997. http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_hb5270/is_/ai_n28696387. Retrieved 18 November 2008.  
  2. ^ [http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_hb5270/is_/ai_n28696388 "Freedom to speak World Literature Today, Autumn, 1997 by Jean-Marie G. Le Clezio"]. Find articles at bnet. 1997. http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_hb5270/is_/ai_n28696388. Retrieved 18 November 2008.  
  3. ^ Thomson Gale (1997-09-22). "Freedom to dream.(The Questing Fictions of J.M.G. Le Clezio): An article from: World Literature Today [HTML (Digital)"]. Volume: v71 Issue: n4 Page: p671(3). University of Oklahoma. http://www.amazon.com/Freedom-dream-Questing-Fictions-J-M-G/dp/B00097TSQG/ref=sr_1_4/190-2106341-9697507?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1227028451&sr=1-4. Retrieved 18 November 2008. ""Freedom to dream":Poets and other artists are rejected by the rational and logical members of society. They are considered to be dreamers who tinker with matters which are beyond the confines of the material world and therefore taboo in the so-called Industrial Age"
    "Freedom to speak":There has been no freedom of speech before the Renaissance. To the Greeks and the Romans who are believed to be the originators of democracy, slavery is a natural part of civilization. It was only during the Renaissance that the concept of liberty began to be accepted."
     
  4. ^ "Freedom to speak.(The Questing Fictions of J.M.G. Le Clezio): An article from: World Literature Today [HTML (Digital)"]. Volume: v71 Issue: n4 Page: p675(3). University of Oklahoma. 1997-09-22. http://www.amazon.com/Freedom-speak-Questing-Fictions-J-M-G/dp/B00097TSQQ/ref=sr_1_5/190-2106341-9697507?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1227028451&sr=1-5. Retrieved 18 November 2008 author=Thomson Gale.  
  5. ^ Thomson Gale (1997-09-22). "Freedom to dream.(The Questing Fictions of J.M.G. Le Clezio): An article from: World Literature Today [HTML (Digital)"]. Volume: v71 Issue: n4 Page: p671(3). University of Oklahoma. http://www.amazon.com/Freedom-dream-Questing-Fictions-J-M-G/dp/B00097TSQG/ref=sr_1_4/190-2106341-9697507?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1227028451&sr=1-4. Retrieved 18 November 2008.  

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