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|Nineteenth-Century French Short Stories (Dual-Language) |
by Stanley Appelbaum
French text and English translations — on facing pages — of 6 stories: Merimée's Mateo Falcone, Flaubert's Hérodias, L’attaque du moulin by Zola, de Maupassant's Mademoiselle Perle, 2 more. Introduction. Notes.
|French Crossword Puzzles for Practice and Fun |
by Heather McCoy
Seventy-two puzzles for French-language students at all levels help build vocabularies and sharpen spelling skills. Crosswords include English clues with French answers, French clues with English answers, and French clues with French answers.
|Best Short Stories: A Dual-Language Book |
by Guy de Maupassant
Seven masterly tales: "La Parure," "Mademoiselle Fifi," "La Maison Tellier," "La Ficelle," "Miss Harriet," "Boule de Suif," and "Le Horla." In French, with new English translations on facing pages.
|Two Stories/Deux nouvelles: A Dual-Language Book |
by Stendhal, Stanley Appelbaum
"Vanina Vanini" traces the fortunes of a Roman aristocrat's daughter who falls in love with a wounded soldier, and "L'abbesse de Castro" recounts the illicit liaison and subsequent trial of an abbess. Dual-language edition.
|Tartuffe and the Bourgeois Gentleman: A Dual-Language Book |
Tartuffe, a 1664 verse comedy concerning a scoundrel who impersonates a holy man, and The Bourgeois Gentleman, a 1670 prose farce about the superficial characteristics of Parisian nobility. Original French, English on facing pages.