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(4) Nos referimos al "campo migratorio" (Simon, 1981, 2006; De Tapia, 1995; Faret, 2003) como el espacio estructurado por los flujos migratorios, donde la movilidad de los trabajadores esta acompanada por todo tipo de movilidades inducidas: capitales, referencias culturales, bienes de consumo, practicas sociales, etcetera.
The cast includes Marie FAret as Nannerl Mozart and Marc BarbA as LAopold Mozart.
(1) Agradezco a Laurent Faret esta idea desarrollada en el Seminario de Investigacion sobre "Los territorios migratorios como espacios de articulacion de las migraciones nacionales e internacionales", CONACYT, Morelos, 24-25 de abril de 2008.
Las familias entrevistadas, que viven en este entorno caracterizado por la migracion transnacional, han desarrollado formas de organizacion particulares (Faret, 2007), que involucran no solo a los integrantes del grupo nuclear (4) sino a los de tres generaciones.
Faret, who witnessed the roadside murder, was very close to his daughter-in-law and had shared their three- bedoom home in Kosovo.
Nikolas Faret's Projet de l'Academie (1634)," presents a new source for the pre-history of the Academie francaise.
Other references are to Castiglione's Cortegiano and its seventeenth-century French adaptation as L'Honnete Homme by Faret, to Montaigne's Essais, and to St Francis de Sales's Introduction a la vie devote.(10)
Nor should we forget that the guitar was also one of the instruments which Faret recommended to the aspiring courtier in his etiquette book L'Honnete-Homme, ou l'Art de plaire a la cour.(16) Moreover, guitarists need have no hesitation in using the modern capo if the songs need to be transposed further, for Bermudo himself recommended that a handkerchief be placed under the strings near the small bridge of the vihuela de mano to adjust the pitch when necessary.(17) Thus, the guitar may provide a way of popularizing these much-neglected songs.
(15) In France, and closer to the world of Madame de Lafayette, Nicolas Faret's L'honneste homme, ou, L'art de plaire a la court (1630) further insisted on concealing the passions:
Faret Hilimi, 64, told yesterday how he grabbed the terrified girl's arms to help her into the trailer they were using to flee the Serb terror.
Thus Sir Thomas Elyot, in his Book Named the Governor (1531), concerned with the training of the English gentleman, stressed the importance of "recreation after tedious or laborious affairs" and recommended "pastimes" such as archery, hawking and dancing.(32) Nicolas Faret's Honnete homme (1630), an adaptation of Castiglione's Cortegiano to noble circles in seventeenth-century France, mentioned dancing, swimming and the jeu de paulme as honourable "pastimes".(33)
Domna Stanton explique: "the title of Faret's L'Honnete homme ou l'art de plaire a la cour dates the inclusion of le courtisan in the semantic field of honnete homme as 1630 at the latest." Mais "Faret's equation of honnetete with success at court was not long lived.