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Faites-le lui sentir, ou jamais il ne le saura. Je ne connais rien de plus inepte que ce mot: Tout au contraire, quand vous le verrez honteux de ne vous avoir pas cru, effacez doucement cette humiliation par de bonnes paroles. Le temps des fautes est celui des fables. Les lois ne permettent pas aux jeunes gens de faire leurs propres affaires, et de disposer de leur propre bien: Je ne sais rien de tout cela.

Je ne me lasse point de le redire: Ceux qui ne traitent jamais que leurs propres affaires se passionnent trop pour juger sainement des choses. Si donc on venait me dire: Au lieu de vous dire ici de mon chef ce que je pense, je vous dirai ce que pensait un homme qui valait mieux que moi. La sienne avait encore tout son ressort.

Mon enfant, reprit-il, je vous le dirai volontiers. Il fallut expier le scandale: Je pris donc un autre guide et je me dis: Ai-je un sentiment propre de mon existence, ou ne la sens-je que par mes sensations? Comment cet homme a-t-il pu vouloir faire un livre des merveilles de la nature, qui montent la sagesse de son auteur?

Y a-t-il un principe unique des choses? Y en a-t-il deux ou plusieurs? Et quelle est leur nature? Je vois le mal sur la terre. On a beau me disputer cela, je le sens, et ce sentiment qui me parle est plus fort que la raison qui le combat. Nos chagrins, nos soucis, nos peines, nous viennent de nous. Qui est-ce qui voudrait toujours vivre? Celui qui peut tout ne peut vouloir que ce qui est bien [22].

Sois juste, et tu seras heureux. Tu vas mourir, penses-tu: Mais quelle est cette vie? Que puis-je nier, affirmer? Ici-bas, mille passions ardentes absorbent le sentiment interne, et donnent le change aux remords. Est-ce aux forfaits que vous prenez plaisir? Qui est-ce qui ne se dit pas: Jetez les yeux sur toutes les nations du monde, parcourez toutes les histoires.

Les actes de la conscience ne sont pas des jugements, mais des sentiments. En souffrant une injustice, je me dis: Je ne lui demande pas non plus le pouvoir de bien faire: Quelle est la bonne? Et comment savez-vous que votre secte est la bonne? Mon pasteur, qui le sait bien. Ils ont beau me crier: Et qui a fait ces livres? Le dimanche 27 avril , Le vendredi 2 mai , Le lundi 5 mai , Le vendredi 16 mai , Le dimanche 25 mai , Le mercredi 4 juin , Le lundi 9 juin , Le jeudi 12 juin , Le samedi 14 juin , Le dimanche 15 juin , Le lundi 16 juin , Le dimanche 22 juin , Le lundi 23 juin , Le mercredi 25 juin , Le jeudi 17 juillet , Le lundi 1 septembre , Le mardi 9 septembre , Le mercredi 10 septembre , Le samedi 20 septembre , Le dimanche 28 septembre , Le jeudi 9 octobre , Le mardi 14 octobre , Le mardi 28 octobre , Le mardi 4 novembre , Le mercredi 5 novembre , Le jeudi 6 novembre , Le dimanche 9 novembre , Le lundi 10 novembre , Le dimanche 18 janvier , Le samedi 7 mars , Le dimanche 22 mars , Je vais toutefois me consoler avec le film qui sort le 13 mai Le mercredi 8 avril , Le jeudi 14 mai , Le jeudi 4 juin , Le mercredi 15 juillet , Le mercredi 16 septembre , Le jeudi 15 octobre , Le mercredi 21 octobre , Le samedi 28 novembre , Le jeudi 28 janvier , Le jeudi 6 mai , Le lundi 12 juillet , Le samedi 17 juillet , Le vendredi 21 janvier , Le lundi 28 mars , Le jeudi 31 mars , Le dimanche 12 juin , Le mercredi 15 juin , Le dimanche 18 septembre , Le samedi 12 novembre , Le mardi 10 janvier , Le mercredi 11 janvier , Le lundi 16 janvier , Le mardi 24 janvier , Le lundi 5 mars , Le dimanche 6 mai , Le dimanche 13 mai , Le mardi 21 juillet , Le dimanche 25 mars , Ca se lit en une heure Ca se lit en un jour Ca se lit en une semaine Ca se lit en un mois.

Coffman, Ramon Peyton []. Man of the beginnning: Collection science ouverte, Paris. He was called White Buffalo, and he would be the greatest medicine man the People had ever known. The spirit of the ancient gods beat in him like a savage drum--a mystical power as old as the land, as primeval as primitive man himself. But even as he fought to lead his people out of the darkness of the Stone Age, his world trembled on the brink of a great and terrible transformation. It would be a century swept by the inevitable winds of change; a time when ignorant, evil men like the warrior Gray Wolf of the Head-Splitters would seek bloody vengeance, and when once man would fight against all odds to save his tribe and his heritage from brutal destruction.

Daughter of the Reef. The beauty and savagery of life in prehistoric Tahiti. A shipwrecked woman, an outsider, finds both friends and bitter enemies as she tries to make her way in an unfamiliar society. Sister of the Sun. Years ago, a storm stranded Tepua, daughter of a chieftain, on the shores of Tahiti.

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Only an iron will enabled her to triumph over adversity and make a place for herself in a new tribe. But now her father is dying, and Tepua must return to her homeland Child of the Dawn. The stunning conclusion to Coleman's epic trilogy set in ancient Tahiti. When duty calls Tepua away from the shores of Tahiti, a ruthless outsider plunges the island into war, forcing Tepua's lover, Matopahu, into hiding. Despite the danger, Tepua returns--carrying Matopahu's unborn son. Collier, James Lincoln []. Planet Out of the Past. We lay at the top of the hill, gasping in the baking sun I was feeling all sorts of queer things.

They're human beings, and we're the first modern humans ever to see any. Nuell and Weddy, his son and daughter, are concerned for his safety, while Char, his research assistant, feels not only worried, but responsible for all of them. He realizes that these prehistoric people may have carried off the professor - and may even have killed him. Britain, more than 5, years ago To its builders the temple of the Druids was a magnificent monument of finely carved granite. To the priests who followed Vardon it became a powerhouse of evil where the forces of darkness could be summoned to witness the ghastly rites of human sacrifice.

Haril the stonemason knew that the temple must be destroyued before it was completed. Time was desperately short, and Haril's opponents were not just the priests but the devil himself. Maps drawn by W.

He was also hungry There was only one thing to do. New hunting grounds had to be found. From a stranger, Quickshaft had heard of a valley inhabited by beasts called mammoths, with legs as thick as a man's body and huge curved teeth. With his family, Quickshaft set out for the strange valley where they encountered the family of another tribe — the Uklonis Costello, Frederick Hankerson []. The greatest liberty I have taken is with regard to the introduction of human beings into the story when the period is so very remote.

The period is that called by geologists the Secondary, and the particular part of it is toward the close of what is termed the Cretaceous. As far as our knowledge goes at the present time, this is a date several hundred thousand years earlier than the coming of man La Tribu de Schess.

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Grande imprimerie africaine, Le fils de schess. Jean Grassin 1 janvier Chapitre 8,Fiction, Enigmes, Images. Le Chamane du Bout-du-Monde. The Shaman from the End-of-the-World. Thus begins a long journey for the young couple, which, after a perilous descent of the Great River, brings them to the shores of the Great Sea, their arrival marked by the sun turning black!

Henceforth, for the people of the Coast, Roud the hunter will be the Shaman from the End-of-the-World. Ougrah, le fils du voleur de femmes. Ougrah, son of the woman-stealer. Ils font merveille car ils sentent la mort gourmande. They work wonders because they feel the thirst of death. They will fight to the last in order not to be again thrown out of this cave filled with their past Ougrah, the son of the chief of the Ahmatahs, invades enemy territory with his tribe to save his father and recover his mother.

Dar and the Spear-Thrower. Dar will soon become a man. He is small for his thirteen years but will shortly receive his manmarks at the clan's initiation ceremony. Dar wonders how this can change a small boy into a man overnight and doubts that he is strong enough to be the great hunter that his clan expects him to be. Dar lived fifteen thousand years ago in southern France, a time of great creativity.

The spear-thrower, a device that enabled a hunter to throw with greater power, was invented during this period. Dar's passion to possess a spear-thrower sends him on a dangerous journey into unknown territory. His understanding of what it means to be a man deepens as he pursues his quest. Near the end of the Stone Age, about 12, years ago, a young woman named Anooka lives with her family by a salmon-filled river. Although life with the Salmon Clan is comfortable, Anooka is restless.

She discovers she has a talent for shaping the strange riverbank mud into small animal figures. Because her actions resemble carving, a practice prohibited to women, Anooka is forbidden to make her animals. Soon she begins to question the only traditions she has ever known. When a mysterious woman appears across the river, Anooka is faced with the most monumental decision of her life. Should she follow Raven Woman or stay with her clan? Set before the advent of bronze, The Gift of Stones centers around a community of stoneworkers who live in a village near the sea.

They survive by the trade of their unrivaled skills, secure in the supremacy of their craftsmanship. Until, that is, a storyteller ventures forth and brings back with him a strange, angry woman whose defiant survival, without sustenance or skill, threatens their own, and whose death foretells the demise of their order, the coming of metal, and the end of stone Le don de la pierre. Penguin Puffin Books for Young Readers. Craig's first novel, an exciting adventure set in Stone Age Europe, explores the societal changes that must have occurred when wolves were first domesticated.

Malu fears her clan's wrath when she violates a taboo and rescues a young wolf pup, but the clan's shaman unexpectedly supports her, names the wolf Kono, and allows Malu to keep and train her.

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As Malu's understanding of wolf behavior increases, she realizes that a strong emotional bond has formed as well. When Kono bites a clan member to protect Malu, she realizes the only way to save Kono is to defy the clan's decision and flee, a lonely and dangerous undertaking. Cranile, Adrien [] pseudonym for Adrien Arcelin. Pris de panique, il s'enfuit vers le campement, mettant en danger les femmes et les enfants. La punition tombe comme un couperet: Crompton, Ann Eliot []. There was a strange power in his hand — his left hand. The boy could capture the shape and spirit of a pony, a wolf, a deer in the snow or earth — but this was a useless power in a society of hunters.

He was not as clever as his cousin Onedeer and his brother Jay and after that terrible day when the Great Bear turned and seized him, Lefthand was useless to the tribe. Onedeer and his mother Bright had managed to beat off the Bear but Lefthand was doomed. The meat racks were empty.

Even the hunters were hungry. Her baby had starved but Bright would not desert this boy with the strange power. Sorcerer could help him. Sorcerer knew the secrets of healing. He was caretaker of the secrets of the hunt and the sacred cave with magic on its walls. Whittlesey House McGraw Hill. Young Vuldar had always been fascinated by the herds of "Fleet Ones" that grazed on the plains below his cave.

When the dying leader Manos foretold that the new leader of the tribe would come upon the back of a Fleet One, Vuldar tried to make the prophecy come true. How he captured Fleet Black, the fiery stallion that led the herd, and how, in taming him, he won the Fleet One's wild heart is a story to thrill all those who love horses and brave deeds. King Moo the Wordmaker. The Caxton Printers, Ltd. A primitive man makes words from the sounds of animals and nature and teaches the words to his tribe. While most of the stories first appeared in Boys' Life , some of the Boys' Life stories never made it into the books.

He also wrote an "American prehistoric" - Mog, the Mound Builder , and numerous other books and articles, mainly for young people. Og, Son of Fire became a popular radio show in For a detailed set of pages devoted to the Og - Son of Fire books click here. Crump, James Irving []. Og - Son of Fire. The Call of Cooked Meat 2. The Fire Demon 3. The Crack in the Earth 4. The First Camp Fire 5. In Which the Wolf Becomes Dog 6. At Bay With the Wolf Pack. A Captive of the Tree People 8. Scar Face the Terrible 9.

Sacrificed to Sabre Tooth In the Dark of the Night The Wrath of the Fire Monster. The Python's Coils Wab is Cared For The Fire Lighter Og, Son of Fire. Boys' Life , December - May Boy Scouts of America. The first 15 chapters were originally printed in six issues of Boys' Life , from Dec. Detailed descriptions and texts are on the Og pages. Og, Boy of Battle.

Only, no additional plates, dustjacket signed 'A. The Swamp Monster 2. Into the Great Swamp 3.

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Eyes in the Night 4. Og's Hammer of Death 5. Treed by the Great Snake 6. Og's Snake Knife 7. Stalking the Three-Toed Horses 8. Death to the Great Snake 9. Down the Great River. Captured by Gorillas In the Valley of Mysterious Death The Attack of the Gorillas Og and Ru to the Rescue Tracks in the Sand The Land of the Great Turtles Cheated by the Cave Leopard The Winged Death Death to the Cave Leopard.

The Great Wolf Pack In the Depths of the Cave The Thunder Bird The Fish People Crossing the Big Lake The Leap of the Tiger The Mystery of the Marsh Treed by a Mastadon. Boys' Life , October - October The 26 chapters were originally printed in Boys' Life , from October through October Mog, the Mound Builder. Foreword by Irving Crump, Introduction by H. A prehistoric American boy, one of the tribe known as Mound Builders, is the hero of this engrossing tale of the danger-filled life of early man. Mog follows his father who has joined with the men of his village to drive off an enormous pack of wolves and so begin the series of amazing adventures of this fearless boy.

Most thrilling of these is Mog's discovery of a new race of men whom he leads back to his own country, there to make an alliance with them against the Algonquin Red Men who are invading the country ofthe Mound Builders. For Mog danger lurked at every step and his story is filled with swift draws and heroic action.

Og of the Cave People. The Fire Goes Out 2. The Flat Heads Capture Tao 3. Big Tooth Asks for Help 4. The Monsters of the Mist 5. Pong, the Devil Doctor 7. The Crocodile Rules the River 8. Og Goes for Goats Og's Signal Fire Tao and the Tiger Wolves for Dogs Between Red Beards and Mammoths Rolling Rocks for Victory. Boys' Life , September - June The 15 chapters were originally printed in 10 issues Boys' Life , from September through June Og, Son of Fire: The Place of Missing Men. Boys' Life , v.

Something has been happening to the Flat Head turtle hunters — those who have taken their canoes down to the turtle beach for turtles and eggs have not been returning A superstitious fear begins to invade the hearts of tribe, and so despite everyone's misgivings, Og, Ru, Tao and Big Tooth head off to investigate.

They are caught in a powerful current, carried past the turtle beach and tossed up on a strange shore, their canoe broken in two. There they find the bones of their clansmen and are soon attacked by a giant octopus. After a fierce battle they slay the terrible beast and begin their homeward trek. Canyon of the Moon Cats. Og and Big Foot have located the village where they believe their friends Ru and Tao are being held captive by the little brown "throw-stick" men.

They had fought with them as they returned overland from their turtle beach adventure, and though they had escaped that time, Ru had been injured, and while he'd been left at camp with Tao, the two had apparently been captured. They see the medicine man, Watusi, lead the bound Ru and Tao to a place in the valley where they are to be sacrificed to the black panthers of the Moon God, and leave them there. Og and Big Foot drop a vine down to their ledge, fight off the panthers and save Ru and Tao, barely escaping with their lives Arrows from the Sky. Og, Ru, Tao and Big Tooth, from high up on a ledge, have killed the tapir they were stalking.

But Big Tooth urges caution during their descent, as the animal appeared to be fleeing something. Sure enough, by the time they reach the bottom, they find their prey surrounded by enemy Boomerang Men, and Watusi, their medicine man. Though they are puzzled and frightened by the arrows from the sky, Watusi assures them it's a gift from the Sun god, and they carry the tapir back to their village, followed stealthily by the four friends. In the middle of the night they go to retake their booty from the tree it is hanging on, but find Watusi has the same idea.

When they grab him and he sounds the alarm, he tells the others they are gods, for theirs were the magic arrows, and all bow to them in obeisance. The Howl of a Hyena. Og, Ru, Tao and Big Tooth have spent the night in a tree, hiding from pursuing Boomerang Men and their witch doctor, Watusi, and trying to avoid the great mammoth and her calf, who were in the meadow they want to cross. In the morning there is no sign of the mammoth, until they hear the distant call of a hyena, and she rises from the tall grass, upset by the cry.

Soon the friends spy the Boomerang Men coming down the trail after them, but unaware of the mammoth. Big Tooth gives out a hyena yell, and the mammoth discovers the Boomerang Men, chasing and killing many while Og and his companions disappear across the now vacated meadow. Trying to escape from hunger and the medicine man Watusi and his Boomerang Men, Og, Ru, Tao and Big Tooth have taken to crossing the high snow country in the mountains. Og, fearing an avalanche, has had them all link together by making a life line of their buckskin belts, but in fact when an avalanche does come, the belts break, and Og struggles to the surface of the snow alone, swept down into a glacier's valley.

He spots movement, and shortly the four are reunited. They track a wolf for food, but it is a mother with three cubs and they all escape. Then the four cave men find a frozen dinosaur in the ice of the glacier, and signs that the wolves have been eating on it tell them their hunger is over. And certainly the avalanche has eliminated the Boomerang Men from their trail. Big Little Book , Racine, Wisconsin. The Cave People 2. Into the Fire Mountain 3. Ak's Gift to His People 4. The Jaws of Death 5.

The Great Gray Wolves. Saber Tooth Snarls In the White Caves The Flat Heads Og, Son of Og. The Kidnapped Cave Boy 2. His Fire Goes Out 4. Cave of the Tiger. Og, the Bow Maker Eyes in the Dark Og Tries an Arrow Where Are the Pigs? When the World Rocked Trapped in the Cave Dangers in the Dark. Death in the Sky Turtle Egg Beach The Sea Monster Red Beard Menace Solta's Fire Goes Out A Fire for Ting Danger in the Jungle Boys' Life , October - May Three chapters were originally printed in Boys' Life , from October through May If you know of any others, please contact me.

Their early experiences, by the author of "Lady Bluebeard". The Adventures of Ra and Ta, schoolboys of the stone age. A few thousand years ago lived the family Flint, composed of the father, the mother and two twins, Ra and Ta. They lived in a cave situated at the edge of the Bois de Vincennes. The father fed his family the fruits of his hunting and fishing. He courageously attacked the monstrous animals of the time. Here he is in front of an iguanodon, a kind of gigantic kangaroo that sometimes reached thirty feet tall As for Ra and Ta, they went to school.

One good morning, the two boys left, dragging behind them a wagon containing enormous stones which were used, at this time, for notebooks! Le Trou du diable. Jets d'Encre 19 novembre Candela, candela, mon oeil! Scolaire, la visite des grottes de Lascaux? Dail, C harles C urtis [].

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Willmoth the Wanderer, or: The Man from Saturn. Willmoth proceeds from Saturn to Venus travel via antigravity and, late in the book, to a prehistoric Earth, whose primitive inhabitants he breeds into Homo sapiens. A Story of the Mammoth Cave. Dail's episodic second novel, lies within the overarching context of the first book. It is presented as a translation by Willmoth of memoirs by the prehistoric ruler Wymorian, an 8ft 2. There is much talk about the ethics of the immortality experiment, which on the whole is a failure - as, notoriously, was Atlantis. Tom Alexander vs la guerre du feu.

Adrenaline, Du Lau Eds. Memorable aventure de Kaar-Ohline au rouge nez. The memorable adventure of red-nosed Kaar-Ohline. Song of the Axe. The spell-binding story of two prehistoric lovers, Agon and Eena, their struggles and triumphs, and their sons. Agon is a great warrior, a master of the deadly axe song, the mystical music made by his weapon. Eena, beloved of Mother Earth, can cast a spear better than anyone alive. They fall in love by the banks of a huge, glacier-fed river at a time near the end of an ice age. But an invading tribe led by the evil shaman, Ka, destroys their tribe and kidnaps Eena.

Agon must cross the river and rescue her, against great odds. They marry, and found a new family in a faraway land. Song of the Earth. Tor pbk pp. The amazing story of Eena and Agon and their progeny will thrill anyone who delights in prehistorical reads and will entice the reader who looks for supporting archeological finds along with an author's fantasy. Song of the Gods. Illumina Publishing August 1, The third and final tale in his Song Trilogy. Set in prehistoric times, the warrior Sagon and his mate Spear Woman begin to experience the first stirrings of self-awareness, primitive spirituality, love, magic, God, and the limitless potential of mankind.

With enlightenment just beyond their reach, the two are compelled to take a perilous journey across the primeval landscape in search of shamen, the legendary Earth Mother, and other spiritual masters. This story is a spirit quest from the dawn of mankind. It chronicals the emergence of humans as sentient spiritual beings. But first, Sagon and Spear Woman must survive their harrowing adventures. Only then can they hope to hear the song of the gods. Professor Cosine returns to the Stone Age. Cosine uses the time-machine he has just invented to visit prehistoric times with his grandson.

He meets some giants — friendly, but a little coarse — and he quickly realizes that this period is too rough for his puny self. In the remote mountains of central Asia, an eminent Harvard archaeologist discovers something extraordinary. He sends a cryptic message to two colleagues. But then, he disappears. Matt Mattison and Susan Armot -- once lovers, now academic rivals -- are going where few humans have ever walked, looking for a relic band of creatures that have existed for over 40, years, that possess powers man can only imagine, and that are about to change the face of civilization forever.

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