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Nationalité : France
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Françoise Grellet est professeur d'anglais en classe de première supérieure au lycée Henry-IV à Paris (en 1991).

Elle est l'autrice de nombreux ouvrages chez Hachette Supérieur.

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EffeLou   26 octobre 2014
10 Short Stories, Anglais : From Guided Reading to Autonomy de Françoise Grellet
"He had never stayed in any boarding-houses, and, to be perfectly honest, he was a tiny bit frightened of them. The name itself conjured up images of watery cabbage, rapacious landladies, and a powerful smell of kippers in the living-room.

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EffeLou   26 octobre 2014
10 Short Stories, Anglais : From Guided Reading to Autonomy de Françoise Grellet
day to the conviction that there was something in the air menacing her peace. It was at first too subtle to grasp. It had only been a disquieting suggestion; an air of mystery among the blacks; unexpected visits from far-off neighbors who could hardly account for their coming. Then a strange, an awful change in her husband's manner, which she dared not ask him to explain. When he spoke to her, it was with averted eyes, from which the old love-light seemed to have gone out. He absented himself from home; and when there, avoided her presence and that of her child, without excuse. And the very spirit of Satan seemed suddenly to take hold of him in his dealings with the slaves. Desiree was miserable enough to die.
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EffeLou   26 octobre 2014
10 Short Stories, Anglais : From Guided Reading to Autonomy de Françoise Grellet
It is impossible to say how first the idea entered my brain; but once conceived, it haunted me day and night. Object there was none. Passion there was none. I loved the old man. He had never wronged me. He had never given me insult. For his gold I had no desire. I think it was his eye! yes, it was this! He had the eye of a vulture --a pale blue eye, with a film over it. Whenever it fell upon me, my blood ran cold; and so by degrees --very gradually --I made up my mind to take the life of the old man, and thus rid myself of the eye forever.
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Verdines   09 septembre 2018
An introduction to American literature: " Time present and time past" de Françoise Grellet
The first American writer to acquire international fame, Washington Irving reflects the passage from 18th century moderation and rationalism to 19th century romanticism. He had a gentlemanly wit and was one of the first romantics to be attracted by the past and the supernatural.
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Verdines   09 septembre 2018
An introduction to English Literature - From Philip Sidney to Graham Swift de Françoise Grellet
With extreme candour and honesty, Pepys gives a description of his everyday life between 1660 and 1669. It is almost a confession, devoid as it is of the distortions of pride or modesty.
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Historiquement, quel était le clivage structurant de la société française?

gauche / droite
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bourgeoisie / classe populaire
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