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Parisienne French

Author : Rhianna Jones
ISBN : 9781612432564
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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THE LANGUAGE OF LOVE FOR THE GIRL WITH JE NE SAIS QUOI You’ve dreamed of Paris your whole life. You’ve imagined yourself sipping a café au lait at an outdoor bistro in the Jardin de Tuileries, or browsing a fashionable boutique on the Champs-Elysées, or strolling along the banks of the Seine, hand in hand with your handsome French lover. Now is the time to realize that dream. Parisienne French will have you cultured, chic and, most importantly, casually chatting with locals as if you were raised in the City of Lights. With refined phrases to express yourself at the Musée d’Orsay, posh vocabulary for catching up on this season’s couture fashion and hip slang for flirting at the hottest nightclub, you’ll effortlessly navigate the social scenes of Paris. Your new eloquent French will win over any vrai patriote, who will warmly welcome you to la vie parisienne.
Category: Foreign Language Study

Love Parisienne

Author : Florence Besson
ISBN : 9781452166155
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 63.79 MB
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From the world's most romantic city comes this enchanting guide to passion and love. Three chic Parisian women share their secrets for every stage of romance, from fleeting flirtations to the beginning of a relationship to partnerships that last a lifetime. Featuring tips on what to wear on a first date, where to go for a spontaneous romantic getaway, how to keep things hot between the sheets, and so much more, these pages give readers the tools to handle every amorous situation with allure and grace. Full of fashionable illustrations and bite-size advice delivered in a delightful tone, Love Parisienne is the super-chic guide to living and loving like a fabulous French woman.
Category: Family & Relationships

A Parisienne In Chicago

Author : Madame Léon Grandin
ISBN : 9780252035135
Genre : History
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Category: History

La Vie Parisienne

Author : Thos. Agnew and Sons Ltd
ISBN : UVA:X001311373
Genre : Chromolithography
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Category: Chromolithography

French Costume Drama Of The 1950s

Author : Susan Hayward
ISBN : 9781841504346
Genre : Performing Arts
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When political and civil unrest threatened France’s social order in the 1950s, French cinema provided audiences a seemingly unique form of escapism from such troubled times: a nostalgic look back to the France of the nineteenth and earlier centuries, with costume dramas set in the age of Napoleon, the Belle Époque, the Revolution and further back still to seventeenth-century swashbuckler adventures and tales of mystery and revenge. Film critics, have routinely dismissed this period and this genre of French cinema, overlooking its importance in terms of political cultural history. French Costume Drama of the 1950s redresses this balance, exploring a diverse range of films including Guitry’s Napoléon (1955), Vernay’s Le Comte de Monte Cristo (1953), and Le Chanois’ Les Misérables (1958) to expose the political cultural paradox between nostalgia for a lost past and the drive for modernization.
Category: Performing Arts

Teachers Take Heart

Author : Kay Enns
ISBN : 9781453590621
Genre : Education
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Category: Education

French Fashion Illustrations Of The Twenties

Author : Carol Belanger Grafton
ISBN : 9780486141947
Genre : Design
File Size : 43.75 MB
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Treasury of royalty-free motifs from famed periodical, drawn with wit, flair and charm. Slinky beauties in a variety of gowns, dresses, coats, suits, beachwear, and other stylish outfits.
Category: Design

New Approaches To Crime In French Literature Culture And Film

Author : Louise Hardwick
ISBN : 3039118501
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The notion of crime crosses generic, disciplinary and cultural frontiers. In an era of identity fraud, eco-crime and global terrorism, this collection moves towards a reconsideration of crime in the French and Francophone literary and cultural imagination. How have our conceptions of 'criminal' behaviour developed? How has the French genre of crime fiction, encompassing, but not limited to, the "polar," the "roman policier" and "film noir," evolved and reinvented itself? The volume adopts a number of theoretical approaches, which range from sociological and criminological discourse to literary criticism and postcolonial theory (by Chamoiseau, Durkheim, Deleuze, Foucault, Glissant, Krafft-Ebing and Todorov). In a wide-ranging series of innovative and challenging readings, it examines ideas which include the evolving concept of crime in literature from Voltaire and censorship through to scientific constructions of criminality in the nineteenth century and in the postcolonial era, both within and outside metropolitan France. The volume also explores 'textual crimes' in contemporary Martinican women's writing, crime as a genre in Andre Helena, Serge Arcouet and Jean Meckert, Sebastien Japrisot and Dominique Manotti, and visual responses to crime by artist Jacques Monory and filmmaker Didier Bivel."
Category: Literary Criticism

Modern French Grammar

Author : Margaret Lang
ISBN : 9781134323012
Genre : Foreign Language Study
File Size : 48.43 MB
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This new edition of the Modern French Grammar is an innovative reference guide to French, combining traditional and function-based grammar in a single volume. Divided into two parts, Part A covers traditional grammatical categories such as word order, nouns, verbs and adjectives and Part B is organized around language functions and notions such as: giving and seeking information describing processes and results expressing likes, dislikes and preferences. With a strong emphasis on contemporary usage, all grammar points and functions are richly illustrated with examples. Implementing feedback from users of the first edition of the Grammar, this second edition includes clearer explanations and greater emphasis on areas of particular difficulty for learners of French. This is the ideal reference grammar for learners of French at all levels, from beginner to advanced. No prior knowledge of grammatical terminology is assumed and a glossary of grammatical terms is provided. This Grammar is complemented by the Modern French Grammar Workbook Second Edition which features related exercises and activities.
Category: Foreign Language Study

The Harmonicon

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ISBN : NYPL:33433068938038
Genre : Music
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Category: Music