French Literature and Thought Since the Revolution

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Ramon Guthrie, George Ellmaker Diller
Harcourt, Brace, 1942 - French literature - 607 pages
This anthology is intended to meet the needs of students of widely varied linguistic and literary training. Specifically the editors have endeavored to make the book equally serviceable for use in three typical courses with which they are familiar: a large survey course for freshmen with three years of high-school French, a 19th century course for more advanced students, and a course in the 20th century and its background designed for upper classmen of outstanding ability. The aim of the anthology is less to provide a prescribed set of readings than to offer a wide choice of material from whcih selections may be made to fit the requirements of any particular course.

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Contents

Beginnings
4
Règne végétal
25
Jeunesse à Combourg
33
Copyright

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