This ebook is aimed at the advanced French students or teachers wishing to read medieval texts. Selection of fabliaux and other medieval stories that are typical of the French literature with medieval music.
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Chinese Tales and Fables 184.108.40.206 Chinese Tales and Fables is an illustrated e-book with Chinese art and enhanced with Chinese classical music. Each fable is a brief story, contained on a single page with an implied common-sense moral.
Description: This ebook is aimed at the advanced French students or teachers wishing to read medieval texts.Selection of fabliaux and other medieval stories that are typical of the French literature with medieval music. You will find the linguistic and geographical origin of the word fabliau a typical French literature that existed in France between 1159 and 1340. You will see the evolution of the French language because some ot the texts are in 'Old French' and some of them have a modern version available. A small dictionary and some notes on the life of some authors are also available in the registered version.. Easy to navigate thanks to its menu that offers quick links to the differents stories and sections of the ebook. In the registered version, you can print the stories and if there is a modern version, you will be given the choice of printing the old, the new or both.
Fables et Contes chinois 3.0.0 French version of Chinese Tales and Fables is an illustrated e-book with Chinese art and enhanced with Chinese classical music. Each fable is a brief story, contained on a single
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