Liste der Gesamtersten im WHA Amateur Draft

Die Liste der Gesamtersten im WHA Amateur Draft listet alle Spieler, die im Rahmen des WHA Amateur Draft der nordamerikanischen Eishockeyprofiliga World Hockey Association (WHA) an erster Position ausgewählt wurden. Durch den Draft hatten die WHA-Franchises zwischen 1973 und 1977 die Möglichkeit sich die Transferrechte an jungen Talenten aus dem Amateur- und Jugendbereich zu sichern, die den Eignungsanforderungen der Liga entsprachen. Der Amateur Draft konkurrierte in der Zeit seines Bestehens mit dem NHL Entry Draft, worunter die Qualität der Spieler, die am Amateur Draft teilnahmen, litt. Nach 1977 wurde der Amateur Draft abgeschafft und die WHA versuchte junge Spieler direkt, als sogenannte Free Agents 2016 billige Fußball Nike Strumpf, in die Liga zu locken. Im weiteren Teil wird die Liste statistisch ausgewertet.

In den sieben Jahren des Bestehens der World Hockey Association fand der Amateur Draft insgesamt fünf Mal statt. Dabei konkurrierte er mit dem bei den Spielern weitaus beliebteren NHL Entry Draft. Alle Erstgewählten der WHA Amateur Drafts wurden gleichzeitig auch in einem der NHL Entry Drafts gewählt und spielten so nur teilweise oder gar nicht in der WHA, da sie die NHL vorzogen. Zwei der fünf Spieler bestritten daher nie ein Spiel in der WHA und weitere zwei spielten dort nur zeitweise.
Abkürzungen: Pos = Position, GP = Spiele, G = Tore, A = Assists, Pts = Punkte, PIM = Strafminuten Erläuterungen: Die Links zu den Spalten „Nationalität“ und „Position“ sind im Abschnitt Statistik zu finden 2016 fußball trikots outlet.
Alle fünf Erstgewählten zwischen 1973 und 1977 stammten aus Kanada und verteilten sich auf lediglich drei Spielpositionen. Am Öftesten wurden Verteidiger von den WHA-Franchises ausgewählt, hingegen Center und Torhüter nie. Fünf Teams konnten jeweils einmal das Recht des ersten Draft-Picks in Anspruch nehmen Wellensteyn Sale 2016.
Der mit Abstand erfolgreichste der drei Spieler, die sich dazu entschlossen in der WHA zu spielen, war der Kanadier Claude Larose, der 1975 von den Cincinnati Stingers ausgewählt wurde. Er hält mit jeweils deutlichem Abstand die besten Statistikwerte unter den drei Spielern. Als die erfolgreichsten der insgesamt fünf Erstgewählten zählen jedoch Pat Price und Blair Chapman, die lange in der NHL spielten und dort 261 respektive 231 Punkten erzielten

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Dunton, Buckinghamshire

Coordinates: 51°54′42″N 0°48′06″W / 51.9116°N 0.8018°W / 51.9116; -0.8018
Dunton is a village and civil parish in the Aylesbury Vale district of Buckinghamshire, England. The village is situated approximately 8 miles (13 km) north from Aylesbury and 4 miles (6.4 km) south-east from Winslow.
In 2011, Dunton had a population of 189. The parish contains a Grade II* listed church.
According to A Dictionary of British Place Names, the Dunton name is Old English in origin, and means an estate linked to a man called ‘Dodda’ or ‘Dudda’. In the 1086 Domesday Book Dunton it is recorded as “Dodintone.”
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Dunton’s parish church is dedicated to St Martin. The church nave dates to the 12th century, the chancel to the 13th, and the tower to the 15th. Rebuilding and restoration took place in the 18th century. St Martin’s was Grade II* listed by English Heritage in 1959. The church is the only public building in Dunton, and is a centre for parish social life. Further parish Grade II listed buildings include The Old Rectory, an early 18th-century house 2016 billig Adidas fotboll jacka utlopp; and Dunton Manor, a 16th-century house with later alterations.
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Stephenson valve gear

The Stephenson valve gear or Stephenson link or shifting link is a simple design of valve gear that was widely used throughout the world for all kinds of steam engines. It is named after Robert Stephenson but was actually invented by his employees.

During the 1830s the most popular valve drive for locomotives was known as gab motion in the U.K. and V-hook motion in the U.S.A. The gab motion incorporated two sets of eccentrics and rods for each cylinder; one eccentric was set to give forward and the other backwards motion to the engine and one or the other could accordingly engage with a pin driving the distribution valve by means of the gabs: – vee-shaped ends to the eccentric rods supposed to catch the rocker driving the valve rod whatever its position. It was a clumsy mechanism ropa selección española de fútbol, difficult to operate, and only gave fixed valve events.
In 1841 two employees in Stephenson’s locomotive works, draughtsman William Howe and pattern-maker William Williams, suggested the simple expedient of replacing the gabs with a vertical slotted link, pivoted at both ends to the tips of the eccentric rods. To change direction, the link and rod ends were bodily raised or lowered by means of a counterbalanced bell crank worked by a reach rod that connected it to the reversing lever. This not only simplified reversing but it was realised that the gear could be raised or lowered in small increments, and thus the combined motion from the “forward” and “back” eccentrics in differing proportions would impart shorter travel to the valve, cutting off admission steam earlier in the stroke and using a smaller amount steam expansively in the cylinder, using its own energy rather than continuing to draw from the boiler. It became the practice to start the engine or climb gradients at long cutoff, usually about 70-80% maximum of the power stroke and to shorten the cutoff as momentum was gained to benefit from the economy of expansive working and the effect of increased lead and higher compression at the end of each stroke. This process was popularly known as “linking up” or “notching up”, the latter because the reversing lever could be held in precise positions by means of a catch on the lever engaging notches in a quadrant; the term stuck even after the introduction of the screw reverser. A further intrinsic advantage of the Stephenson gear not found in most other types was variable lead. Depending on how the gear was laid out, it was possible to considerably reduce compression and back pressure at the end of each piston stroke when working at low speed in full gear; once again as momentum was gained and cutoff shortened, so lead was automatically advanced and compression increased, cushioning the piston at the end of each stroke and heating the remaining trapped steam in order to avoid temperature drop in the fresh charge of incoming admission steam.
American locomotives universally employed inside Stephenson valve gear placed between the frames until around 1900 when it quickly gave way to outside Walschaerts motion. In Europe, Stephenson gear could be placed either outside the driving wheels and driven by either eccentrics or return cranks or else between the frames driven from the axle through eccentrics, as was mostly the case in Great Britain.
Abner Doble considered Stephenson valve gear: “(…) the most universally suitable valve gear of all, for it can be worked out for a long engine structure or a short one. It can be a very simple valve gear and still be very accurate, but its great advantage is that its accuracy is self-contained, for the exact relationship between its points of support (eccentrics on shaft, valve crosshead, and link hanger arm) have but little effect on the motion of the valve. Its use on engines in which all the cylinders lie in one plane, represents, in the belief of the writer, the best choice.” Another benefit of the Stephenson gear, intrinsic to the system, is variable lead: usually zero in full gear and increasing as cutoff is shortened. One consequent disadvantage of the Stephenson gear is that it has a tendency to over-compression at the end of the stroke when very short cut-offs are used, and therefore the minimum cut-off cannot be as low as on a locomotive with Walschaerts gear.
Stephenson valve gear is a convenient arrangement for any engine that needs to reverse and was widely applied to railway locomotives, traction engines, steam car engines and to stationary engines that needed to reverse, such as rolling-mill engines. It was used on the overwhelming majority of marine engines. The Great Western Railway used Stephenson gear on most of its locomotives, although the later four-cylinder engines used inside Walschaerts gear.
Details of the gear differ principally in the arrangement of the expansion link. In early locomotive practice, the eccentric rod ends were pivoted at the ends of the link while, in marine engines, the eccentric rod pivots were set behind the link slot (or below on a vertical engine). These became known respectively as the ‘locomotive link’ and the ‘launch link’. The launch link superseded the locomotive type as it allows more direct linear drive to the piston rod in full gear and permits a longer valve travel within a given space by reducing the size of eccentric required for a given travel. Launch-type links were pretty well universal for American locomotives right from the 1850s but, in Europe, although occurring as early as 1846, they did not become widespread until around 1900. Larger marine engines generally used the bulkier and more expensive marine double-bar link, which has greater wearing surfaces and which improved valve events by minimising geometric compromises inherent in the launch link.
As a harmonic valve gear, the Stephenson arrangement may be considered as optimum. Nevertheless the fact the link needed to be bodily displaced in order to reverse meant that it required considerable vertical clearance. At the time of its introduction, it was deemed important in the locomotive world to keep the centre of gravity, and therefore the boiler centre line as low as possible. Because valve gears in Britain were generally placed between the frames beneath the boiler, the extremely cramped conditions made the valve gear inaccessible for servicing. Also reversing could be a strenuous occupation as it entailed lifting the weight of the link plus eccentric rod ends. In order to address these problems two main variants were developed:
In the Gooch valve gear (invented by Daniel Gooch in 1843)the reversing and cut-off functions were achieved by raising or lowering a radius rod which connected the valve-rod to a “stationary” link pivoting around a fixed point. The advantages sought were reduced height for the gear and lighter action as the reversing lever was only required to lift the weight of the radius rod. This meant that the link was convex (in relation to the eccentrics) instead of concave. Gooch valve gear had the disadvantage of angularity between the valve spindle and the eccentric rod in full gear, whereas the best forms of the Stephenson gear, the thrust was in a straight line. The Gooch gear gave constant lead at whatever cutoff

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William Edwin Self

William Edwin Self (June 21, 1921 – November 15, 2010) was an American television and feature film producer who began his career as an actor.

Self was born at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio. During his youth, he lived in Dayton, Akron, Chicago, and Milwaukee. He graduated from Dayton’s Roosevelt High School in 1939.
Self’s father, Edwin Byron Self, worked as an Advertising Manager at the Dayton Rubber Manufacturing Company, Akron Rubber Company, Miller Brewing Company, and Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company. Edwin Self wrote a novel, Limbo City (1949), and at least three plays which opened on Broadway: Junk (1927) starring Sydney Greenstreet victoria beckham online, Two Strange Women(1933), and The Distant City (1941). His play, The Lady and the Clown, starring Estelle Winwood, opened in 1944 at the Civic Theatre in Chicago with William Self playing a small part.[citation needed] Edwin and Elizabeth (Elsie) Fundus Self, a homemaker, had two children: William and Jean LaVerne Self (later Bright).
From childhood, Self has had “enthusiasms,” keen interests that started when he was young and had continued throughout his life. Some of these interests had resulted in important connections and personal friendships. Self’s fascination with Rudolph Valentino, for example, began when he was only five years old and his sister took him to see The Son of the Sheik (1926). Self had said that because his sister told him that Valentino had just died, he expected to see the movie idol in his casket on screen. Valentino stayed in Self’s mind. He saw all the movies and read all the books he could find. As an adult, he became friends with Valentino’s personal manager, George Ullman; one of Valentino’s best friends, Robert Florey; as well as with Valentino’s brother, Alberto.
It was also show business that led Self to become an accomplished tennis player. In 1932, age eleven, his parents took him to New York to see a Broadway production of Show Boat. Self’s father pointed out tennis champion Bill Tilden in the lobby, telling him that Tilden was the greatest living tennis player. Self did not know anything about tennis, but he was impressed. He asked Tilden to sign his program. Back in Dayton, Self bought Tilden’s book, Match Play and the Spin of the Ball, and talked his parents into purchasing him a tennis racket. With time, he would become runner-up in the Wisconsin Junior Tennis Championship, represent Wisconsin on the Junior Davis Cup team and, in 1945, win The Wisconsin State Men’s Championship. Self played Varsity tennis at the University of Chicago and in his Senior Year was elected Captain of the team. When he came to Los Angeles in 1944, as an unknown and untried actor, his skill at tennis allowed him to make important contacts. He regularly played with Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn, Charlie Chaplin, and Jack L. Warner, among other Hollywood notables. He also became friends with and played Bill Tilden.
One of Self’s favorite hobbies was magic. When he was thirteen years old, he won a citywide contest, mounted by the renowned magician Howard Thurston and his traveling show, to name “Dayton’s Best Amateur Magician and the Person Most Likely to Become Thurston’s Successor.” The contest was limited to children thirteen and under. Being the winner, Self appeared at the Colonial Theatre on the stage with Mr. Thurston to perform his trick. Although he had never before performed this trick in public (a fact he had left out on his contest application), it went off perfectly. Self’s photograph was taken with Thurston and a notice appeared in a Dayton newspaper. He was friends with some of the best-known magicians and magic historians in the United States, and attended many of the major magic conventions. For many years, he was a member of The Magic Castle, a professional magician’s club in Hollywood. In later years he became a close friend of Howard Thurston’s daughter, Jane, who had appeared on stage with her father.
Another film that sparked a lifelong interest was Annie Oakley (1936), which starred Barbara Stanwyck. Self was fifteen years old when he saw the movie at the Keith Theatre in Dayton. Annie Oakley’s brother, who lived in nearby Greenville, Ohio, had lent some of his Oakley memorabilia for display in the lobby. The film and the memorabilia fired Self’s imagination, and his fascination with Oakley and Buffalo Bill Cody took root. He looked up Oakley’s brother in Greenville and the two became friends. He also started writing an Oakley biography. To research this project, Self, age seventeen, persuaded his family to travel to Cody, Wyoming so that Self could study the Oakley scrapbooks in the small log structure which housed the Buffalo Bill Museum. He also persuaded the museum’s founder and curator, Mary Jester Allen (Buffalo Bill’s niece), to name him Assistant Historian. Self had letterhead stationary and business cards printed with this title, although he never did anything in the position. The book was never published, but Self went on to serve on the Board of Trustees of the Buffalo Bill Historical Center: the five-museum, five-football-fields-sized outgrowth of the original institution. Many of Oakley’s grandnieces and nephews were his friends.
While in high school, he decided to take up acting. In 1938, he appeared in Roosevelt High’s Junior Class play, and in 1939 he was cast in the leading role of the Senior Class play, The Eyes of Tlaloc by Agnes Emelie Peterson. He also worked behind the scenes as electrician and stage manager. Self’s drama teacher, Bertha May Johns, was a great inspiration to him as well as to her other students.
Self gave up drama while at the University of Chicago, thinking he should devote himself to more serious pursuits. While there, he joined Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity. He graduated from Chicago in 1943 with a degree in Political Science.
Self graduated from the University of Chicago in 1943 before traveling to Los Angeles to be an actor. His first film role was Private Gawky Henderson in The Story of G.I. Joe (1945) directed by William Wellman herve leger shop online. Self also appeared in four films directed by Howard Hawks, including Red River (1948) and the Science Fiction cult classic, The Thing from Another World (1951). Between 1945 and 1952, he appeared in over thirty films.
In 1952, Self left acting to launch a lifelong career in television production. His first producing credit was Assistant to the Producer on the series China Smith starring Dan Duryea. From 1952 until 1956, Self was acting-producer (billed as Associate Producer) and then Producer of the Schlitz Playhouse of Stars. During this period, he produced two-hundred-eight half-hour episodes at fifty-two episodes per year. Many notable actors appeared as guest stars including Anthony Quinn, Peter Lorre, Vincent Price, Walter Brennan, Ronald Reagan, Rod Steiger, Charles Bronson, and James Dean.
Self moved on to produce The Frank Sinatra Show in 1957. Later that year, he accepted the post of Program Executive for CBS Television Network where his assignment was to develop new television series. The first pilot he produced was Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone.
Self was hired in 1959 by 20th Century Fox where he remained for 15 years roger vivier. During this period, Self piloted Fox television from near-extinction to become one of the top suppliers of television programming in the business. In 1966, Fox had more television hours on the air than any other supplier. Significant among Fox series were Peyton Place (1964–1969), the first Prime Time soap-opera; Batman (1966–1968), the first series based on a comic book to air in Prime Time; Julia (1968–1971), the first weekly television series to star an African American woman; and the enduring classic M*A*S*H (1972–1983). Other notable Fox series of the time included Daniel Boone (1964–1969), Twelve O’Clock High (1964–1967), Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1964–1968), Lost in Space (1965–1968), The Green Hornet (1966–1967) chaussures jimmy choo, The Ghost & Mrs. Muir (1968–1970), Land of the Giants (1968–1970), and Room 222 (1969–1972).
Self’s talents were rewarded by the studio as he was promoted progressively from his original position of Executive Producer/Twentieth Century Fox Television (1962) to Vice-President/Twentieth Century Fox Television (1964) to President/Twentieth Century Fox Television (1968), and finally to Vice-President/Twentieth Century Fox Corporation.
Self left Fox in 1975 to partner with Mike Frankovich in the development and production of television and feature films. Although the partnership lasted just a little over a year, Frankovich/Self produced two feature films. These were The Shootist (1976), John Wayne’s last film, and From Noon Till Three (1976) starring Charles Bronson.
Self returned to CBS in 1977 as Vice-President/Head of the West Coast. A year later, he took on a new challenge when he accepted the position of Vice President in Charge of Television Movies and Mini-Series, also for CBS. Before leaving this job in 1982, he supervised production of about fifty films and three or four mini-series per year. These included The Corn is Green (1979) starring Katharine Hepburn; All Quiet on the Western Front (1979) starring Ernest Borgnine and Richard Thomas; Guyana Tragedy (1980) starring Powers Boothe; Playing For Time (1980) starring Vanessa Redgrave; The Bunker (1981) starring Anthony Hopkins; Bill (1981) starring Mickey Rooney and Dennis Quaid; The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1982) starring Anthony Hopkins; and The Blue and the Gray (1982), an American Civil War mini-series which gained four prime-time Emmy nominations.
Self returned to the feature film in 1982 when he was made President of CBS Theatrical Film Production. He served in this capacity for three years, supervising the making of ten movies including Target (1985) directed by Arthur Penn and starring Gene Hackman and Matt Dillon; Eleni (1985) directed by Peter Yates and starring Kate Nelligan and John Malkovich; Better Off Dead (1985) with John Cusack; and Turtle Diary (1985) starring Glenda Jackson and Ben Kingsley.
In 1985, when CBS decided to leave the feature film business, Self established the independent William Self Productions to develop both television and feature films. In partnership with Norman Rosemont, Self produced The Tenth Man (1988) for the Hallmark Hall of Fame. It starred Anthony Hopkins, Kristin Scott Thomas, and Derek Jacobi. He also partnered with Glenn Close in producing three television movies for Hallmark: Sarah, Plain and Tall (1991), Skylark (1993), and Sarah, Plain and Tall: Winter’s End (1999), all starring Glenn Close and Christopher Walken. Sarah, Plain and Tall received the highest rating of any Hallmark Hall of Fame to that date.
Self married Margaret Lucille Flynn of Spokane, Washington, his college sweetheart, in 1941, a union which lasted until her death in 2007. Self had two children, Edwin and Barbara. He was a member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and the Directors Guild of America. He had been involved in non-profit work for many years, serving on the Board of Trustees of the John Tracy Clinic, the Motion Picture and Television Fund, and the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, Wyoming.
Self died on November 15, 2010 at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center after suffering a heart attack 4 days earlier.

Tony Dean (rugby league)

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Tony Dean played stand-off/five-eighth (Kevin Harkin having played in the first match) in Hull’s 18-9 victory over Widnes in the 1982 Challenge Cup final replay during the 1981–82 season at Elland Road, Leeds on Wednesday 19 May 1982.
Tony Dean played scrum-half/halfback in Hull’s 13-2 victory over Castleford in the 1983 Yorkshire Cup final during the 1983–84 season at Elland Road, Leeds on Saturday 15 October 1983.
Tony Dean played scrum-half/halfback (replaced by Interchange/Substitute Kevin Harkin)

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Thomas Stanley (author)

Sir Thomas Stanley (1625 – 12 April 1678) was an English author and translator.

He was born in Cumberlow, Hertfordshire, the son of Sir Thomas Stanley of Cumberlow, Hertfordshire and his wife, Mary Hammond. Mary was the cousin of Richard Lovelace, and Stanley was educated in company with the son of Edward Fairfax, the translator of Tasso. He proceeded to Cambridge in 1637, in his thirteenth year Karen Millen Outlet UK 2016, as a gentleman commoner of Pembroke Hall. In 1641 he took his M.A. degree, but seems by that time to have proceeded to Oxford. He subsequently embarked on a legal career.
He was wealthy, married early, and travelled much on the Continent. He was the friend and companion, and at need the helper, of many poets, and was himself both a writer and a translator of verse. His portrait was painted by Sir Peter Lely and by Sir Godfrey Kneller; in all he was painted at least fifteen times converse sale.
Stanley is the last of the metaphysical poets; born into a later generation than that of Edmund Waller and John Denham, he rejected their influence in prosody and forms of fancy. He admired Moschus, Ausonius, and the Pervigilium Veneris; among the moderns, Joannes Secundus, Gongora and Giambattista Marino.
Stanley’s major work was The History of Philosophy, a series of critical biographies of philosophers, beginning with Thales; the life of Socrates included a blank verse translation of The Clouds of Aristophanes. It appeared in three volumes between 1655 and 1661. A fourth volume (1662), bearing the title of The History of Chaldaick Philosophy, was translated into Latin by Jean Le Clerc (Amsterdam maglie 2016, 1690). The three earlier volumes were published in an enlarged Latin version by Gottfried Olearius (Leipzig, 1711). In 1664 Stanley published in folio a monumental edition of the text of Aeschylus.Richard Bentley is said to have appreciated his scholarship, and to have made use of Stanley’s notes ted baker sale, on Callimachus.
Stanley’s first wife was Dorothy Emyon, daughter and coheir of Sir James Emyon, of Flower, Northamptonshire, with issue Thomas Stanley (1650 – death unknown)
After Dorothy’s death, Stanley married Catherine Killigrew, with no issue. He died at his lodgings in Suffolk Street, Strand, London on 12 April 1678, and was buried in the church of St Martin-in-the-Fields. His widow died in Cumberlow in 1689.

La Tristesse de Cornélius Berg

La Tristesse de Cornélius Berg est la dernière nouvelle du recueil Nouvelles orientales de Marguerite Yourcenar, paru en 1938.
Cette nouvelle traite d’un certain Cornélius Berg, peintre qui concevait des portraits, des tableaux et des nus sur commande. En fait, il peignait pour l’argent. Cependant, l’artiste se faisait vieux et sa détérioration physique avançait au même rythme que sa désillusion par rapport à la beauté de l’être humain

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. Il n’avait plus le cœur à la peinture et ne trouvait plus rien de beau dans ce qu’il peignait. Il allait même jusqu’à dire qu’il n’aimait pas peindre d’animaux puisqu’ils ressemblaient trop aux hommes. Il se mit donc à la nature morte, puis il fut employé à peindre, sur le mur de l’église, de fausses boiseries crampons de football de puma pas cher.
Dans cette petite ville du nom de Haarlem se trouvait un vieux Syndic chez qui Cornélius allait parfois, une fois sa tâche accomplie, pour donner son avis sur les fleurs de cet amateur de tulipes. Le vieux Syndic se passionnait pour les fleurs et aimait chaque parcelle de couleur avec lesquelles les fleurs étaient constituées. Une fois qu’il contemplait une tulipe, il dit à Cornélius: « Dieu est un grand peintre, il est le peintre de l’univers ». Ce dernier prit un instant pour réfléchir au moment de sa vie. Il se rappela tous les univers sordides dans lesquelles il avait erré tout au long de sa vie. Il répéta alors les paroles du Syndic : « Dieu est le peintre de l’univers ». Il dit par la suite, avec amertume et à voix basse : « Quel malheur, monsieur le Syndic maillots de foot vente, que Dieu ne se soit pas borné à la peinture des paysages ».
Cette dernière nouvelle fait écho à la première nouvelle du recueil des Nouvelles orientales de Marguerite Yourcenar, Comment Wang-Fô fut sauvé. La première est optimiste  maillots de football 2016 sale; la dernière, pessimiste.