Best Reference Books – Literature in French

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Literature In French subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Literature In French along with reviews.

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1. “Landmarks in French Literature” by Lytton Strachey

“Landmarks in French Literature” Book Review: This book has been designed for students in engineering and for students who wanted to learn French. Tourists can also make use of this book. Teachers also can use this book. This book explains about the culture of french and the language. It also explains landmarks in French. But now another form of literature arose which depicted, in short verse narratives, the more ordinary conditions of middle-class life are present and they are explained in this book. It deals with the movements of thought from Scholasticism to feminism. Linguistic topics and the sciences are also explained.

2. “The New Oxford Companion to Literature in French” by Peter France

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“The New Oxford Companion to Literature in French” Book Review: This book has been designed for students in engineering and for students who wanted to learn French. Tourists can also make use of this book. Teachers also can use this book. This book explains about the culture of french and the language. This book is made understood in a broad sense, ranging from strip cartoon and pamphlet to tragedy and epic, and particular attention is devoted to francophone writing from outside France. It explains literary movements and genres. It also explains historical subjects such as chivalry, or Occupation and Resistance in wartime France. It deals with the movements of thought from Scholasticism to feminism. Linguistic topics and the sciences are also explained. Finally, it deals with the arts and media, including opera, cinema, and press.

3. “New Approaches to Twentieth-century Travel Literature in French: Genre, History, Theory (Travel Writing Across the Disciplines: Theory and Pedagogy)” by Charles Forsdick and Feroza Basu

“New Approaches to Twentieth-century Travel Literature in French: Genre, History, Theory (Travel Writing Across the Disciplines: Theory and Pedagogy)” Book Review: This book has been designed for students in engineering and for students who wanted to learn French. Tourists can also make use of this book. Teachers also can use this book. This book explains about the culture of french and the language. This book explains contemporary reassessments of the form in a number of disciplines. It starts focusing specifically on the discourses and contexts of travel in twentieth-century texts written in French. Its scope is interdisciplinary, involving theoretical and generic considerations as well as a historical overview of colonial and postcolonial texts. The book provides essential reading for all students of travel literature in French and of travel literature in general.

4. “Writing it Twice: Self-Translation and the Making of a World Literature in French” by Sara Kippur

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“Writing it Twice: Self-Translation and the Making of a World Literature in French” Book Review: This book has been designed for students in engineering and for students who wanted to learn French. Tourists can also make use of this book. Teachers also can use this book. This book explains about the culture of french and the language translation. It also explains the history of french. It deals with arts and media of the language and the country. The book explains new forms of expression in the global literary market of the late twentieth and early twenty-first century from french.

5. “From Francophonie to World Literature in French: Ethics, Poetics, and Politics” by Therese Migraine-George

“From Francophonie to World Literature in French: Ethics, Poetics, and Politics” Book Review: This book has been designed for students in engineering and for students who wanted to learn French. Tourists can also make use of this book. Teachers and history researchers can also use this book. This book explains the literature of french word by word. It describes the beauty of french by taking many examples. It explains many poems in order to make sure the reader understands the culture and root meaning of french society. It also explains the ethics of the country. Politics are also explained at the end with various examples and case studies. This book engages a literary analysis of contemporary works in exploring the tensions and theoretical debates surrounding world literature in French.

6. “Old French Epic (Studies in French Literature)” by Jessie Crosland

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“Old French Epic (Studies in French Literature)” Book Review: This book has been designed for students in engineering and for students who wanted to learn French. Tourists can also make use of this book. Teachers and history researchers can also use this book. The object of this study is to give an account of this remarquable “genre”. This book gives an outburst of epic poems during the eleventh and twelfth centuries which is quite unparalleled in the history of French literature. It explains various historical moments of the country. It explains its rich culture and diversities from the past. Politics are also explained at the end with various examples and case studies. The book provides essential reading for all students of travel literature in French and of travel literature in general. Finally, it deals with the arts and media, including opera, cinema, and press of the past.

7. “The Artificial Paradises in French Literature (North Carolina Studies in the Romance Languages and Literatures)” by Emanuel J Mickel

“The Artificial Paradises in French Literature (North Carolina Studies in the Romance Languages and Literatures)” Book Review: This book has been designed for students in engineering and for students who wanted to learn French. Tourists can also make use of this book. Teachers and history researchers can also use this book. This book explains the literature of french word by word. It describes the beauty of french by taking many examples. It explains many poems in order to make sure the reader understands the culture and root meaning of french society. This is a study that traces the influence of drugs on French literature. The first three chapters acquaint the reader with various aspects of the use and effect of opium and hashish. Later chapters analyze the influence on the works of various writers of the period, particularly Baudelaire.

8. “The Invention of Europe in French Literature and Film” by E Ousselin

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“The Invention of Europe in French Literature and Film” Book Review: This book has been designed for students in engineering and for students who wanted to learn French. Tourists can also make use of this book. Teachers and history researchers can also use this book. It also explains the french literature and the process of filming and how it started. It explains various historical places and many more stories behind it. It also clarifies and explains the monuments created in the past. It also deals with aspects of opium and hashish. This book explains about the ongoing movement towards European unity cannot be understood without reference to the literary works that helped bring it about.

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