By Antoine Compagnon
On n'a pas fini de déchiffrer des sens cachés dans les Essais de Montaigne. L'allégorie feel qu'un autre sens se terre sous l. a. lettre. Le texte ne veut pas dire ce qu'il dit : il veut dire ce qu'il ne dit pas. Dès qu'on entre dans le champ du non-dit, de l'esprit, de l. a. determine, s'ouvrent toutes grandes les écluses de l'interprétation. Et une allégorie peut toujours en cacher une autre.En 1992, on a célébré le quatrième centenaire de l. a. mort de Montaigne en acclamant sa imaginative and prescient de l'Autre : à eux seuls, les Essais nous rachètent de cinq siècles de colonialisme.L'anachronisme triomphe lors des commémorations : en 1892, los angeles Troisième République, ne sachant encore bien que faire de l'auteur des Essais, l'opposait à los angeles Boétie et l'accouplait à Renan.La culture de l'allégorie semble pourtant se dissoudre dans les Essais. Mais peut-elle disparaître pour de bon ? C'est dans los angeles seule web page où Montagne fait allusion à l'allégorie biblique que Pascal trouve l'ébauche de l. a. gradation, cette dialectique des contraires qui légitime l'ordre politique et social.La pensée politique de Pascal est aussi scandaleuse que celle de l. a. Boétie. C'est los angeles position de Montaigne, entre los angeles Boétie et Pascal, qu'on ne cesse d'interpréter. l. a. tentation de l'allégorie n'est-elle pas aussi grande que l'amour de l. a. littérature ?
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We found a small brick clamp about 300 feet [91 m] from the house, and it might have been the one used to make the chimney bricks,” Miller added. The bricks extended at least as high as the top of the two back-to-back fireplaces and maybe as high as the ceiling. The rest of the chimneystack was made of wattle and daub. Wattle is a lattice created by interweaving strips of wood. The spaces in the wattle are filled and covered with daub, a sticky mixture of soil, sand, clay, water, straw, and sometimes animal dung.
John’s parlor was the largest meeting room in St. Mary’s City. A door at the east end of the room led directly outside, making it easy for governmental visitors to enter the parlor without disturbing the rest of the household. From lists of furnishings that other wealthy St. Mary’s residents owned, historians know how the Lewgers probably furnished their parlor. Almost everything in the room INSIDE THE HOUSE 37 came from England. The furnishings would have included items such as a chest, a cupboard, stools, chairs, John’s desk, and one or two tables draped with Turkish carpets.
At St. John’s, Anne supervised her servants, Martha, Ann, and Mary. Within a year of moving into St. ” Feeding the chickens and collecting eggs was a regular task for the women at St. John’s. They also cared for the Lewgers’ livestock. As was the custom, the Lewgers’ hogs and cattle ran loose in the countryside, where they foraged for food on their own. Owners identified their livestock by cutting a pattern of notches, each pattern unique to an owner, into the ear of each animal. Foraging livestock destroyed food crops.