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Access German

Author : Henriette Harnisch
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"Access German: A First Language Course provides a thorough grounding in all the skills required to understand, speak, read and write contemporary German from scratch. This fully revised edition consists of 10 units, each of which includes Language Focus panels explaining the structures covered, Cultural Focus sections, and a comprehensive glossary. Learning Tips and Ready to Move On checklists help students to achieve a sense of autonomy, while the accompanying website gives direct access to additional listening, reading and speaking activities, plus teacher support and guidance. Access German is ideal for adult learners and students at level A1 - A2 of the CEFR, and Novice - Low on the ACTFL proficiency scales"--

The First French Book

Author : Henri Bue
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The first French book

Author : Ferdinand E. A. Gasc
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French Book Plates

Author : Walter Hamilton Chairman
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Reproduction of the original: French Book-Plates by Walter Hamilton Chairman

Searching for Family and Traditions at the French Table Book Two Nord Pas de Calais Normandy Brittany Loire and Auvergne

Author : Carole Bumpus
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Join Carole Bumpus as she continues the culinary journey of Book One in Searching for Family and Traditions at the French Table, with her incomparable guide, Josiane, as they head north from Paris to Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Normandy, and Brittany, then drop into the Loire Valley before ending in the Auvergne. Sample family favorites and regional delights such as Flemish Potjevlesh, Algerian-influenced chicken tagine, moules (mussels) in cider and cream, salt-encrusted Lamb Grevin, Far Brêton, and Pâté de Pomme de Terre. Enjoy the music and antics of local festivals like La Bande de Pecheur (Gang of Fisherman), Feast of St. John, and the Blessing of the Fleet. Discover the wonder of troglodyte caves, wineries, and truffle farms in the Loire Valley. Then travel to Josiane’s family home, where you, too, can discover why food and family time are considered sacred in the Auvergne. And, all along the route, witness the impact WWI and WWII on the families profiled. Even seventy-five years later, the legacy of war remains—and yet, incredibly, the gift that each generation has handed down has been gratitude and a deep understanding of the importance of family. A compilation of personal stories, memorable moments, family secrets, and mouth-watering recipes, this French culinary travelogue is sure to find a prized place on the bookshelf of readers who love France—its food, its people, and its history.

Pronouncing Reading Book of the French Language

Author : Émile Arnoult
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An English exercise book for the construction of the French language At the end is given The epistolary correspondent or A collection of letters relating to trade A new edition much improved

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The French Cinema Book

Author : Michael Temple
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This thoroughly revised and expanded edition of a key textbook offers an innovative and accessible account of the richness and diversity of French film history and culture from the 1890s to the present day. The contributors, who include leading historians and film scholars, provide an indispensable introduction to key topics and debates in French film history. Each chronological section addresses seven key themes – people, business, technology, forms, representations, spectators and debates, providing an essential overview of the cinema industry, the people who worked in it, including technicians and actors as well as directors, and the culture of cinema going in France from the beginnings of cinema to the contemporary period.

Selected List of French Books

Author : J. Charlemagne Bracq
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American Library Association Publishing Board Foreign Book List No. 3 Selected List of French Books

The Sixteenth Century French Religious Book

Author : Andrew Pettegree
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This study comprises the proceedings of a conference held in St Andrews in 1999 which gathered some of the most distinguished historians of the French book. It presents the 16th-century book in a new context and provides the first comprehensive view of this absorbing field. Four major themes are reflected here: the relationship between the manuscript tradition and the printed book; an exploration of the variety of genres that emerged in the 16th century and how they were used; a look at publishing and book-selling strategies and networks, and the ways in which the authorities tried to control these; and a discussion of the way in which confessional literature diverged and converged. The range of specialist knowledge embedded in this study will ensure its appeal to specialists in French history, scholars of the book and of 16th-century French literature, and historians of religion.