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Dictation: “Actes et Paroles” (2)

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This week, we get back to the novel “Actes et paroles”, from Victor Hugo. Just click below to listen to the dictation in French, and try to type what you hear. Good luck !
 
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Dictation: “Actes et Paroles” (2)

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This week, we get back to the novel “Actes et paroles”, from Victor Hugo. Just click below to listen to the dictation in French, and try to type what you hear. Good luck !
 
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Dictation: “Actes et Paroles” (1)

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This week, let’s work on a dictation with Victor Hugo. He was not only a French poet, but also an essayist, a statesman, a visual artist and a human rights campaigner, and perhaps the most influential exponent of the Romantic movement in France. Conservative in his youth, Hugo moved to the political left. Just click below to listen to the dictation in French, and try to type what you hear. Good luck !
 
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Dictation: “Madame Bovary (3)”

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Third dictation on Flaubert’s Mme Bovary. He began working on it in 1850, after returning from Egypt. It took him five years to write. The government first brought an action against the publisher and against the author on the charge of immorality, but both were acquitted. Just click below to listen to the dictation in French, and try to type what you hear. Good luck !
 
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Dictation: “Madame Bovary (2)”

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This week, we are back on another part of Mme Bovary’s dictation. The publication of Madame Bovary in 1857 was followed by more scandal than admiration; at first, it was not easy to understand that this novel was the symbol of something new: the scrupulously truthful portraiture of society and life. Just click below to listen to the dictation in French, and try to type what you hear. Good luck !
 
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Dictation: “Madame Bovary (1)”

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This week, we have chosen, a novel from Flaubert : Mme Bovary. The novel focuses on Emma Bovary, a doctor’s wife, having adulterous affairs and living beyond her means in order to escape the emptiness of provincial life. Just click below to listen to the dictation in French, and try to type what you hear. Good luck !
 
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Dictation: “Le Père Goriot”

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Today we picked up a text from French novelist Balzac ( 1799-1850 ) : “Le Père Goriot”. It is the story of Eugène de Rastignac, the character at the center of the action, a slightly idealistic and highly ambitious law student who lives in the same rundown boarding house in a seedy area of Paris as Goriot. This novel was written around 1834-1835. Just click below to listen to the dictation in French, and try to type what you hear. Good luck !
 
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Dictation : “Le Ventre de Paris” (2)

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Second part of that Zola’s (1840-1902 ) Belly of Paris. That novel keeps conveying a powerful atmosphere both of life in the great market halls and of working class suffering in general. Just click below to listen to the dictation in French, and try to type what you hear. Good luck !
 
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Dictation : “Le Ventre de Paris” (1)

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Have you ever heard about “the belly of Paris” ? It is a famous novel written by Emile Zola (1840-1902) in 1873. he action takes place in Les Halles, the enormous, busy central marketplace of 19th Century Paris. It is also Zola’s first novel centred entirely on the working classes. Just click below to listen to the dictation in French, and try to type what you hear. Good luck !
 
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Dictation : “Le Rouge et le Noir”

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Today, a dictation taken from the famous novelist Stendhal : “le Rouge et le Noir”. Stendhal is considered one of the earliest and foremost practitioners of realism in his two novels Le Rouge et le Noir (The Red and the Black, 1830) and La Chartreuse de Parme (The Charterhouse of Parma, 1839). Just click below to listen to the dictation in French, and try to type what you hear. Good luck !
 
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