Programmes du Capes Externe 2000-2011

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CAPES externe avant 2011

En vert les thèmes tombés au concours.






  • William Shakespeare, The Tragedy of Coriolanus (La crise de la représentation)
  • John Steinbeck, The Grapes of Wrath
  • Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice


  • William Shakespeare, The Tragedy of Coriolanus
  • Nathaniel Hawthorne The Scarlet Letter (Le savoir)
  • Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice


  • William Shakespeare. King Richard II
  • Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter
  • Ford Madox Ford, The Good Soldier


  • William Shakespeare. King Richard II
  • Thomas De Quincey, Confessions of an English Opium Eater
  • Flannery O'Connor, The Complete Stories. (Prophétie et imposture)


  • Joseph Conrad, Lord Jim
  • Thomas De Quincey, Confessions of an English Opium Eater
  • Tennessee Williams, A Streetcar Named Desire (Les pouvoirs de l'illusion)


  • William Shakespeare - A Midsummer Night's Dream (Commentaire III, 2)
  • George Eliot - The Mill on the Floss
  • Elisabeth Bishop - The Complete Poems


  • Jonathan Swift, Gulliver's Travels (Commentaire deuxième partie, chapitre VII)
  • D. H. Lawrence, Women in Love
  • Edith Wharton, The Custom of the Country


  • William Shakespeare. Antony and Cleopatra
  • Charles Dickens. Great Expectations
  • Edith Wharton, The Custom of the Country


  • William Shakespeare - Richard III
  • Charles Dickens - Great Expectations
  • Raymond Carver - Short Cuts, Selected Stories.


  • Walter Scott - Waverley
  • Henry James - Portrait of a Lady
  • Margaret Atwood - The Handmaid's Tale


  • William Shakespeare - As You Like It
  • Daniel Defoe - Moll Flanders
  • Katherine Mansfield - Selected Stories


  • 2010: Le débat sur l'abolition de l'esclavage en Grande-Bretagne: 1787-1840[1] In the half century it took to end the British slave trade and slavery the abolitionist campaign had taken on the trappings of a crusade; a good (and godly) people, brimming with pious anger, had organized themselves in a determined attack on slaver ywherever it thrived. James Walvin, Black Ivory, Slavery in the British Empire (2nd edition, 2001), Malde, Oxford and Carlton: Blackwell Publishing, 2007, p. 266. Analysez et discutez cette citation de l'historien James Walvin.
  • 2009: L’empire de l’exécutif : la présidence des États-Unis de Franklin Roosevelt à George W. Bush (1933-2006) J.F. Kennedy, The Presidency in 1960, National Press Club, Washington, D.C., 14 janvier 1960
  • 2008: La dévolution des pouvoirs à l'Ecosse et au Pays de Galles, 1966-1999 Edward Heath, The Course of My Life: My Autobiography, London: Hodder&Stoughton (1998)
  • 2007: Thomas Jefferson et l'Ouest Lettre de Lewis à Thomas Jefferson, 7 avril 1805
  • 2006: Thomas Jefferson et l'Ouest
  • 2005: William Morris, News from Nowhere (1890) Chapitre XVIII, pp. 157-160
  • 2004: Le crime organisé à la ville et à l'écran (États-Unis), 1929-1951 Margaret E. Beare and RT. Naylor, Major Issues Relating to Organized Crime within the Context of Economic Relationships, Law Commission of Canada, 14 avril 1999
  • 2003: Le crime organisé à la ville et à l'écran (États-Unis), 1929-1951 Discutez ce jugement de l'acteur Edward G. Robinson en vous appuyant sur vos connaissances sur le crime organisé dans la société américaine et ses représentations à l'écran : "The Eighteenth Amendment was the greatest villain of modern times. It was the instigator of corruption, intemperance, malfeasance, gunplay and terrorism. The bootlegger was the progenitor of the gangster, and both the immediate progeny of the enactment of an unnatural law. The bootlegger and the gangster fortuitously, and ironically enough, became the champions of liberty, a sort of knight errant clothed in sham glamour and romanticism. No, neither the press nor the movies can be held reprehensible for the bold defiance of our laws-state, federal and church. It is our social and economic upheaval that has robbed man of his illusions and made him revert to the infantile and primitive. The movies of the last few years have only mirrored the disintegration of civilization; they have not initiated it." Edward G. Robinson, The Movies, the Actor, and Public Morals, in The Movies on Trial, 1936
  • 2002: Pauvreté et inégalités en Grande-Bretagne de 1942 à 1990 Discutez cette citation de Margaret Thatcher en tenant compte de l'ensemble de la période 1942-1990 :“Welfare benefits, distributed with little or no consideration of their effects on behaviour, encouraged illegitimacy, facilitated the breakdown of families, and replaced incentivesfavouring work and self-reliance with perverse encouragement for idleness and cheating. The final illusion that state intervention would promote social harmony and solidarity or, in Tory language,‘One Nation’–collapsed in the winter of discontent...” Margaret Thatcher, The Downing Street Years,London: Harper Collins, 1993, p. 8
  • 2001: Pauvreté et inégalités en Grande-Bretagne de 1942 à 1990
  • 2000:La "destinée manifeste" des États-Unis au XIXème siècle
  • 1999: The Wilson Years (1964-1970)
  • 1998: Les médias et l'information aux Etats-Unis depuis 1945