3 edition of Alain-Fournier et le grand Meaulnes. found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. -288.
|Statement||Editions Emile-Paul frères|
|Publishers||Editions Emile-Paul frères|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||65|
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He then takes Francois outside and sets them off. —Si c'est trop loin, chez Fromentin, dit l'homme, je vais vous laisser la voiture. Throughout the book both the older Francois and the young Meaulnes are trying to recapture something ephemeral, something that therefore cannot be recaptured. The circumstances behind their first meeting are significant: it is a Sunday, a day traditionally of rest, the dullest of dull days, when one would not expect anything exciting to happen.
This is given further weight when one considers that the domain was characterised by a kind of gaiety or freedom, and was full of children who, on at least one of the days, were in sole charge. Sur la route, en plein soleil, il fallut courir.
"Henri Alban Fournier", Contemporary Authors Online 2000 Gale, Detroit• Translations [ ] As of 2012, several English translations were available:• And they would've even read it in the original French because all you Continentals speak five languages! Cette fois nous comprenions tout. Il rencontre Jeanne Bruneau, une jeune modiste, originaire de Bourges. Jasmin et Boujardon seront maintenant mes camarades, je le vois.
Le Grand Meaulnes is the only novel by French author Alain-Fournier, who was killed in the first month of World War I. What follows is an enchanting story of tragedy, intensity, dreams and love.
Some translators simply leave it in French. On aborda devant un bois de sapins. Australia was part of the English Empire, England is European! Dans la cour, tombait interminablement et mollement une petite pluie d'hiver. It was a short life because he was killed in WW I, at age 28, the same year the book was published, 1914. Alain-Fournier who died in the First War after this was published seeks to capture the end of adolescence in a wistful and romantic way, and many passages in this short-chapter novel succeed at creating a dreamy forgotten arcadian paradise that might raise a Alain-Fournier et le grand Meaulnes.
or two, depending how pleasant your past was. Publication date 20 Aug 2008•
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