French literature and F Guide - Resources and Review

Old French texts and information about the literature, listed according to century. Some of the documents are in English, some in Old French and others are Modern French translations.
Set of annotated links to online courses, course descriptions, tutorials, assignments, tests and other materials used in the teaching of French.
Full text of The Phantom of the Opera by French novelist Gaston Leroux (1868
Full text in French from over 60 authors and 200 texts. Includes authors such as Honore de Balzac, Victor Hugo and Voltaire, and texts such as La chanson de Roland, Le Cid (1682) and Madame Bovary.
Full text versions of Jules Verne's books, short stories, essays, and interviews, presented in English, French, and Spanish. Also offers a chronology, bibliography, FAQ, and discussion forum.
A collection of electronic texts in French with access to full text collections, single text sites and links to other publications including some to French magazines and newspapers.
Full text of the novel Journey to the Centre of the Earth by French writer Jules Verne.
A bibliography and research aid for the 20th century French poet Raymond Queneau. Includes works by Queneau, works about Queneau, subject listings and a periodical list.
Full text of French literature with instructions in French and English. It is divided into two sections; the Bibliotheque, a selection of electronic texts; and the Salon, a set of selected links to literary material. Includes Les Liaisons Dangereuses by Choderlos de Laclos and Tristan et Yseult by de Beroul.
Selected poems from 19th and 20th century English and French language Canadian poets such as Duncan Campbell Scott, Susanna Moodie, Charles G D Roberts, Albert Ferland, Archibald Lampman, and E Pauline Johnson. Provides biographies, bibliographies of prominent poets, and a facility to search by author, title, keyword, and date.
Collection of study guides on aspects of 19th Century culture and writing by Voltaire, Goethe, Zola, Nietzsche and others, and 19th Century socialism.
Full text of Around the World in 80 Days, the novel featuring Phileas Fogg, by French author Jules Verne (1828
Chronological listing of events in the Romantic era, mostly European. Sets literary works in the context of historical and political events that took place as they were written.
Full text of The Mysterious Island by Jules Verne, translated from French by Sidney Kravitz and including original illustrations by Jules
Descartes Ferat.
Offers original articles and features about French culture, plus annotated links to selected relevant Internet resources compiled by a subject specialist, a subject
specific bulletin board, and details of related news and events. Topics include architecture, art, business and industry, culture and tradition, education, food, history, literature, music, news and media, philosophy, politics and government, regions of France, travel and wine.
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