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Reading in March
Une mort très douce by Simone de Beauvoir
Reading suggestions from the book club
Selection of books on French literature. You are going to love adding these books to your bookshelf.
Gustave Flaubert was considered to be the representative of the Realists during his lifetime. He was also a close friend and mentor to the renowned French writer Guy de Maupassant….
Discover 5 questions to better understand the novel le bal by Irène Némirovsky.
Published in 1829 by Prosper Mérimée, Mateo Falcone is a short story that contains all the elements of a tragedy. Despite its brevity, Mateo Falcone provides a detailed and intimate portrayal of a Corsican family, giving readers insight into their unique values, customs, and way of life. Find out more by reading the summary in this article.
Written in the form of a fictional autobiography of the Roman Emperor Hadrian, Memoirs of Hadrian is a historical novel by Marguerite Yourcenar. In this article, you’ll learn more about the book, find out questions with answers to help you understand the story, and bring to light some interesting facts.
Romain Gary, who caught the attention of literary enthusiasts, is a master of the pseudonym. With multiple nom de plumes, this author has published several great novels, which allowed him…
Reading historical novels can offer readers an immersive experience that takes them on a journey through different cultures and time periods. For French learners seeking a more social and interactive experience, book clubs can provide an ideal environment for exploring literature and sharing reading experiences.
There is always a short story in French that you can read, whether you want to find a new author, discover writing styles, or just read a good story. In this article, discover 9 short stories if you are looking to flex your muscles in French.
Reading is a great way to learn a language fast and to acquire new vocabulary. By reading books, you’ll be able to improve your French grammar, vocabulary, and discover French culture. In this article, you’ll find seven tips to help you get started.