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The description says best books written by french Authors." Both of those are edge cases rather than wholly incorrect inclusions. Marguerite Yourcenar was granted french citizenship in 1979 (because France wanted her as a member of the Académie Française). And Mariama Bâ was french from her birth in 1929 until 1960, when Senegal declared ...
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The Complete french All-in-One book is a combination of all seven books. It includes 37 lessons with more than 500 exercises. Their system relies on learning through lots of practice. The book also comes with an app that you can download, which includes flashcards to learn vocabulary and streaming audio with exercises to practice pronunciation.
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The 4 best french Textbooks for Beginners 1. Easy french Step-by-step by Myrna Bell Rochester 2. Allez, viens! french 1 by John Demodo and Emmanuel Rongieras Dusseau 3. Entre Amis by Michael D. Oates 4. Contacts: Langue et culture françaises by Jean-Paul Valette & Rebecca Valette The 3 best french Textbooks for Intermediates 5.
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The top-5 best books for learning french are: 1) Practice Makes Perfect Complete french All-In-One, 2) The Ultimate french Review and Practice, 3) Grammaire en Dialogues – Niveau Grand Débutant, 4) Vocabulaire en Dialogues A1-A2 and 5) Exercises in french Phonics.
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“Carrère’s prose has a brash punk energy; his refusal to flatten Limonov with easy judgment gives the book its life.” -The New Yorker. Limonov is a New York Times Book Review Notable Book of the Year 2014, as well as one of The Washington Post’s 50 Notable Works of Nonfiction 2014 and one of Publishers Weekly’s 10 best books of 2014
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Madame Bovary is one of the most famous french novels ever written. It was the debut novel of Gustave Flaubert and published in the 1850s. The lead character, Madame Bovary, is a woman who always wants more – she’s read too many french romance novels and has an idealised vision of what her life and marriage will be like.
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Classic french authors like Proust, Camus, Victor Hugo, and Simone de Beauvoir represent the height of literature, politics, and philosophy. Classic french books are almost inexhaustible. Jules Verne, Voltaire, Colette, Sartre, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. There is almost no end to the list of great authors when looking at classic french literature.
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Out of the three french books listed here for A1-A2 this is the hardest, so I would suggest starting with Merde (above) and the Olly short stories (below). However, I like this series significantly more than Olly’s mass-translated books because of the cultural and historic elements, so I listed it in the middle of the two.