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The 6th variation of AUTOUR DE los angeles LITTÉRATURE keeps its special approach to literature, encouraging scholars to play and create with the language as they discover either classical and non-traditional Francophone literature. AUTOUR DE l. a. LITTÉRATURE is outlined in workbook structure so as either to facilitate writing actions and to collapse the phobia and distrust that many scholars have of literature. whereas preserving the elemental kind and thrust of prior variations, adjustments are geared toward responding much more on to altering scholar pursuits. the hot version comprises a number of new readings and all new "publicités", as well as a brand new top rate web site that includes the textbook audio software, which good points audio recordings of chosen readings from the textual content. A loose better half web site that accompanies AUTOUR contains studying advisor questions, net actions, and colour types of the text?s featured publicités.

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Mes sœurs, surprises, attendaient leur père. J’affirmai que maman s’était trouvée un peu gênée° par l. a. mer, et je demandai à l’ouvreur d’huîtres : “Combien est-ce que nous vous devons, Monsieur ? ” J’avais envie de dire : mon oncle. Il répondit : “Deux francs cinquante. ” Autour de l. a. littérature ■ sixième édition Copyright 2011 Cengage studying. All Rights Reserved. is probably not copied, scanned, or duplicated, in complete or partly. as a result of digital rights, a few 3rd get together content material could be suppressed from the book and/or eChapter(s). Editorial evaluation has deemed that any suppressed content material doesn't materially have an effect on the general studying adventure. Cengage studying reserves the appropriate to take away extra content material at any time if next rights regulations require it. 250 255 260 265 270 275 Je regardais sa major, une pauvre major de matelot toute plissée°, et je regardais son visage, un vieux et misérable visage, triste, accablé°, en me disant : “C’est mon oncle, le frère de papa, mon oncle ! ” Je lui laissai dix sous de pourboire°. Il me remercia : “Dieu vous bénisse, mon jeune monsieur ! ” Avec l’accent d’un pauvre qui reçoit l’aumône. Je pensai qu’il avait dû mendier°, là-bas ! Mes sœurs me contemplaient, stupéfaites de ma générosité. Quand je remis les deux francs à mon père, ma mère, shock, demanda : “Il y en avait pour trois francs ?... Ce n’est pas attainable. ” Je déclarai d’une voix ferme : “J’ai donné dix sous de pourboire. ” Ma mère eut un sursaut° et me regarda dans les yeux : “Tu es fou ! Donner dix sous à cet homme, à ce gueux !... ” Elle s’arrêta sous un regard de mon père, qui désignait son gendre. Puis on se tut°. Q 19–20 Devant nous, à l’horizon, une ombre violette semblait sortir de l. a. mer. C’était Jersey. Lorsqu’on s’approcha des jetées, un désir violent me vint au cœur de voir encore une fois mon oncle Jules, de m’approcher, de lui dire quelque selected de consolant, de tendre. Mais, comme personne ne mangeait plus d’huîtres, il avait disparu, descendu sans doute au fond de los angeles cale infecte° où logeait ce misérable. Et nous sommes revenus par le bateau de Saint-Malo, pour ne pas le rencontrer. Ma mère était dévorée d’inquiétude. Je n’ai jamais revu le frère de mon père ! Voilà pourquoi tu me verras quelque fois donner cent sous aux vagabonds. » Q 21 wrinkled beaten with grief tip should have begged to offer a begin, bounce to be quiet, cease speaking filthy carry Questions sur le texte E. Les vêtements 1. Notez les descriptions des vêtements que portent les mem- bres de l. a. famille en faisant leur prom du dimanche. Ensuite, notez les impressions que los angeles famille cherche à créer : Pourquoi los angeles famille s’habille-t-elle de cette façon ? Enfin, précisez vos réactions aux vêtements et à l’effet cherché : Dans quelle mesure los angeles famille réussit-elle à créer l’effet voulu ? Vêtements (ce que portent le père, los angeles mère, les sœurs) Première partie ■ Mon oncle Jules Copyright 2011 Cengage studying. All Rights Reserved. will not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in complete or partly.

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