By Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie
Brillante et courte synthèse, suggestive et instructive, des résultats de près d’un demi-siècle de recherches historiennes sur le climat.
Un élément essentiel dans les débats en cours sur l’avenir de l. a. planète.
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They said. ‘There is a stag-hound bitch here,’ she said, ‘and she has pups. ’ They agreed on that. ’ ‘Lady,’ they said, ‘do not ask us for the boy. We are nothing but bruises and blows from struggling with you; and we are certain that we have never seen a woman ﬁght like you did, and it was useless The First Branch 17 for us to struggle with you. ’ ‘You poor creatures,’ said Rhiannon, ‘for the sake of the Lord God who knows everything, do not tell lies about me. God, who knows everything, knows that to be a lie.
At subsequent occurrences the reader is able to turn to the Index of Personal Names, which repeats the English translation and refers to the relevant notes. The long Court List of ‘How Culhwch Won Olwen’, with its 260 proper names, proved a challenge worthy of the giant Ysbaddaden’s impossible tasks. I decided to give the reader a choice––the original Welsh names are retained in the main text, so that the reader can appreciate the rhythm and alliterative quality, while an alternative list is provided in the notes, where all names, as far as possible, have been translated into English.
Draw up your own conditions,’ said Gwawl. ‘I am satisﬁed with what Rhiannon has drawn up,’ said Pwyll. The guarantors stood bail on those conditions. ‘Lord,’ said Gwawl, ‘I am injured and have received many wounds, and I need to bathe, and with your permission I will depart. ’ Gwawl set oﬀ for his realm. Then the hall was prepared for Pwyll and his company, and for the men of the court as well. They went to sit down at the tables, and just as they had sat the year before, each one sat that night.
Abrégé d'histoire du climat : Du Moyen Âge à nos jours by Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie