Containing eight pieces of contemporary fiction in the original French and in English translation, this volume gives an insight into French culture and literature.
This is an all new version of the popular PARALLEL TEXT series, containing eight pieces of contemporary fiction in the original French and in English translation. Including stories by Bolanger, Cotnoir, Le Clezio and Germain, this volume gives afascinating insight into French culture and literature as well as providing an invaluable educational tool.
Richard Coward is a teacher of French at Eton College.
Introduction Learning How to Live / Frederic Fajardie (1947- ) All Lights Off / Frederic Fajardie (1947- ) David / Jean-Marie-Gustave Le Clezio (1940- ) The Occupation of the Ground / Jean Echenoz (1947- ) The Third-rate Film / Sylvie Massicotte (1959- ) The Objet d'Art / Jean-Paul Daoust (1946- ) The Hunters' Cafe / Daniel Boulanger (1922- ) Accursed Notebooks (an extract from La Deconvenue ) / Louise Cotnoir (1948- ) Heloise / Sylvie Germain (1954- ) The Character / Gloria Escomel (1941- ) Self-destruction / Rene Belletto (1945- ) You Never Die / Alain Gerber (1950- ) Notes on French Texts Acknowledgements
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