Levels 5/6 Literature

French Institute Levels 5/6 Literature <h4>Levels 5/6 Literature</h4> This quarter, plunge into Lettres de mon moulin, a collection of short stories by Alphonse Daudet who helped Parisians discover the beautiful south of France in the late 1800’s. Leave the city haze behind and travel to Provence, the author’s birthplace and source of inspiration for this literary work that transports readers to the sea and sunsoaked fields. Whether tragic or joyful, melancholic or satirical, these stories are masterpieces of mischief, poetic charm and emotion. As an extra bonus, Professor Adeline, a native of Nîmes, will share personal insights from this rich southern region that in many ways still resembles the images created by Daudet.
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Levels 5/6 Literature



This quarter, plunge into Lettres de mon moulin, a collection of short stories by Alphonse Daudet who helped Parisians discover the beautiful south of France in the late 1800’s. Leave the city haze behind and travel to Provence, the author’s birthplace and source of inspiration for this literary work that transports readers to the sea and sunsoaked fields. Whether tragic or joyful, melancholic or satirical, these stories are masterpieces of mischief, poetic charm and emotion. As an extra bonus, Professor Adeline, a native of Nîmes, will share personal insights from this rich southern region that in many ways still resembles the images created by Daudet.
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This quarter, plunge into Lettres de mon moulin, a collection of short stories by Alphonse Daudet who helped Parisians discover the beautiful south of France in the late 1800’s. Leave the city haze behind and travel to Provence, the author’s birthplace and source of inspiration for this literary work that transports readers to the sea and sunsoaked fields. Whether tragic or joyful, melancholic or satirical, these stories are masterpieces of mischief, poetic charm and emotion. As an extra bonus, Professor Adeline, a native of Nîmes, will share personal insights from this rich southern region that in many ways still resembles the images created by Daudet.