Its well-known that advanced language studies are good for mind health and agility. What can be as interesting as observing language development and changes through the ages? Especially when there were stormy ages, with great changes in politics, culture, literature and people themselves. If you share the aforesaid opinion, then, speaking about Francais, youll be happy with Fabliaux e-book. Fabliaux (its plural from «fabliau») were extremely popular literary form in the Middle Age France, among its squares and streets. There were anonymous and pretty comic tales jongleurs entertaining people. And now, with e-book Im speaking about, you can entertain yourself with your tries to understand the six hundred years-old language.
Faithfully, with Fabliaux e-book youll not be tete-a-tete with this (not so easy) task. There are enough comments in e-book, enough translations in modern Francais, enough lexicon entries for you to do the transition from XXI to the Middle Age and back again. There are also pretty authentic pictures inside the book and a comprehensive introduction, and all of it is packed with really handy shell with many navigation and service functions in menu. Fabliaux even allow you to select how to print book excerpts: either in original language, or in modern, or in both of them.
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