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French achievement in literature. by Moore, W. G.

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  "In its breadth, depth, concision and sophistication of analysis, this book is an exceptional achievement. Neglecting neither Francophone nor gender-specific literature, this single-volume history of a thousand years of French writing and culture is a tour de force." Choice.   "Written with great panache, this book locates French literature in the wider culture of the Western world. Finch shows how, from Marie de France to MC Solar, literature in France has always intertwined with politics, history, geography, money, sex, language, gender, class and race. Women writers and the new Francophone literatures receive welcome recognition. A remarkable achievement Cited by: 4. From the Medieval poem La Chanson de Roland to the modern day author Michel Houellebecq, French authors have produced some of the most daring and influential works of European literature. But you don’t have to take our word for it. Indeed, France still holds the world record for the most Nobel Prizes for Literature!   The French author was forced to publish her works under the ‘nom de plume’ (French for pen name!) of George in order to begin actually making money off of her works. At the time, women as writers were generally looked down upon, and Sand found herself really struggling to be paid and recognized justly.

French for Kids: 10 First Reader Books with Online Audio and Vocabulary Words (Beginning to Learn French) Set 1 by Language Together. by Germaine Choe, Nathan Lutz, et al. | Jan 1, out of 5 stars Paperback $ $ Get it as soon as Tue, Jul FREE Shipping by Amazon.   As a result, this bold genre, which has given French literature some of its most interesting books in the last few years, is not neutral – and this is undoubtedly one of its strengths. Madame Bovary is one of the most famous French novels ever written. It was the debut novel of Gustave Flaubert and published in the s. The lead character Madame Bovary is a woman who always wants more – she’s read too many romance novels and has an idealised vision of what her life and marriage will be like. Easy to read novels--generally short and not necessarily "literature"--for non-native French speakers. While these books may typically be ready by native French speakers in middle/high school, they can hold the attention of adults.

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