LECTURES AVANCÉES - 6 books
L'HOMME QUI PLANTAIT DES ARBRES
Edited for senior French students, this short masterpiece by Jean Giono tells the story of a man who single-handedly, and with selfless determination, rejuvenated an arid, desolate region of the French Alps. Includes exercises.
LA CIVILISATION, MA MÈRE!
This book, by the brilliant Moroccan novelist Driss Chraïbi, has become a classic of North African literature.
A careful re-editing of Louis Hémon’s classic novel for the foreign language classroom.
A collection of short stories by Félicien Marceau and Daniel Boulanger, respectively Belgian and French authors recognized as the undisputed masters of this genre. Annotated for the foreign language classroom.
8 short stories that reflect the spirit and ambiance of French Canada from the moving openness and simplicity of the Gaspésie to the struggle for political power and influence in Quebec City, to the streets of Montreal.
A collection of short stories set in 1950s Alexandria, where a vibrant francophone community thrived in both Alexandria and Cairo.