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MERLOT II


    

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French Literature

by Yvonne Marteeny
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Description:
Various resources for teaching French literature (novels, poetry, theater, etc.), as well as information on well known authors. Good information for lesson planning, as well as reference materials for teacher and students.

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1.

Vive Voix


Added 04/15/2010
French poetry read aloud by native speakers with accompanying texts. May be organized by author, first line and alphabetically by title.
2.

Apollinaire:Site officiel


Added 04/16/2010
Site featuring much information about the poet; listeners can hear Apollinaire reciting his famous poems "Le Pont Mirabeau" and "Marie". There is also a virtual tour of Apollinaire's Paris. Many resources relating to the poet are also featured.
3.

La BnF: Jean-Paul Sartre


Added 04/17/2010
An online resource of the life and works of Jean-Paul Sartre during his centennial celebration in France. From the Bibliotheque Nationale de France.
4.

Le Petit Nicolas:Les personnages


Added 04/18/2010
his is the official site of Rene Goscinny, author of Le Petit Nicolas and Asterix. Click on "Les personnages" and find illustrations of all the characters with accompanying text.
5.

La Fontaine


Added 04/18/2010
Website offers an on-line, searchable edition of the complete La Fontaine fables and, for some fables, English translations and audio files. The site also includes a biography of the author and a timeline.
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