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A mystery for advanced French learners. The poetry of Arthur Rimbaud is at the center of the activity. Learners use clues from Rimbaud's works and his life.This is one of many modules at Canal Reve, a French language web site that addresses all levels and skills.
This site was obviously made by someone with attention to detail and a lot of creativity. It's definitely geared towards someone with a working knowledge of French and NOT a beginner. Having said that, as a beginner myself, I found it interesting and could pick out certain phrases. However, it would be virtually impossible for a French I student to solve the mystery without a LOT of luck! :)