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Littérature Française (Première Année)

Moyen-Âge, Renaissance, Dix-Septième Siècle

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Author: E. Aubert
Published: 1885
Language: French
Wordcount: 64,929 / 223 pg
Downloads: 835
Added to site: 2007.09.26
mnybks.net#: 18315
Genre: Instructional

This volume contains in substance the first part of the course on French Literature given in the Normal College.Though adapted to the requirements of a special programme and to certain conditions of space and time, it can with advantage be used wherever an interest is taken or instruction given in French Literature. It recommends itself particularly to American teachers and students as a book, not imported into, but grown out of, the class-room.

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sens qu'on peut demander aux situations où il se trouve; jusqu'à la fin sur la brèche, il porte intrépidement l'épée, il tient simplement la plume; c'est assez pour offrir à jamais, dans la série des historiens hommes d'action où il est placé, un des types les plus honorables et les plus complets de son temps." Sainte-Beuve.

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JOINVILLE (le sire de). Né vers 1223 et mort vers 1319.

Cent années séparent Joinville de Villehardouin. Il se fit, dans cet espace de temps, un progrès manifeste dans la langue. Il est facile de s'en rendre compte en comparant l'histoire de la quatrième croisade à la VIE DE LOUIS IX. Comme Villehardouin, Joinville raconte ce qu'il a vu, mais avec un enjouement, une délicatesse d'esprit et une grâce que n'avait pas l'historien de la quatrième croisade.

Il avait été élevé à la cour él&e

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