I have not found an English equivalent for mise en grilles, which refers to a gridlike breakdown of linguistic units and which Taylor translates by “pigeon-holing”.The term constantif, which Metz borrowed from Austin, should be rendered by “constantive” and not by “ascertaining” (p. 25). Finally, “actor” to translate Greimas ‘s concept of actant is misleading and actant is usually kept (see Ducrôt and Todorov, Encyclopedic Dictionary of the Sciences of Language, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1979, p. 224), and discours image when translated as “image discourse” is not very clear, since it is referring to film, which is made up of images.The following rough spots occur only once each: “Unusual” (p. 5) translates weakly insolite, which has also the connotation of strange, disquieting, surprising, unexpected, and uncanny. Just a girl who loves fishing and cats A “slice of cinema” (p.14) would be preferable to a “piece of cinema.” “Narrative agency” rather than “instance”; “de-realization”or “de-realizing” rather than “unrealizing.” “A seminal concept” (p. 58) doesn ‘t really render une notion gigogne (again the idea of embedded concepts). The title of Lang ‘s film which is translated by The Damned is actually M. “Signifying statements” should be “semenes” (p. 26).
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He had felt like this was the loneliest moment in someone’s life, when they are watching their whole world fall apart, and all they can do is stare blankly. He thought he would never see the wonderful, perfect women, that he had fallen in love with. He thought he would never have another chance at happiness again. He had found the greatest girl possible. “I need to find this love, if I don’t, I don’t think I will be able to be truly happy.” He thought to himself. Just a girl who loves fishing and cats So he packed his bags and started his journey. He knew this would be a long journey that could take a long time. But he had high hopes it would be worth it. While on his journey, he had many encounters with girls that at first, he thought was the one from his dreams. But there was something missing with all these girls. He had traveled all across America.He stayed in one-night cheap hotels. He never found the girl that he had encountered in his dreams. He had searched “Children on Their Birthdays” by Truman Capote Truman Capote created a character in “Children on Their Birthdays” who is the definition of a dreamer.