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Vie de tous les jours. pièce de théâtre, satire Type de récit roman surréaliste pas de début, ni de milieu, ni de fin: pas d’intrigue C’est comme un rêve, il se passe des choses bizarres C 1 a. Pennac b. Molière c. Pennac d. Vian e. Molière f. Simenon g. Vian h. Pennac 2 a. horreur, l’intrigue, le coupable b. préfère, l’auteur, les personnages. c. ennuyeux, une époque. d. 2 A 1 Récit 1: action immédiate Événement perturbateur: les hommes sont projetés de la fusée. Lieu de l’action: l’espace. Mots qui annoncent le genre du récit: fusée, espace, ténèbres, vaisseau, nuée de météores.

Those who are interested in European politics and contemporary history may like to investigate the challenges faced by the European Commission in recent years, and, in particular, the difficulties which CHAPTER FOUR 41 led to Santer’s resignation. Students will need access to back copies of the French press. 6 should prove useful here. 4. À VOUS 3 Students need to think carefully about newspaper style in English here, relating back to points raised in Chapter 2. Encourage them to look at the newspaper for which they are translating to get a feel for its ‘style’.

Michel Tournier makes the point in the interview that the connotations for Defoe’s readers would have been very different from those of today’s readers. 3. 5 focuses more thoroughly on the distinctions between ‘foreground’ narrative and ‘background’ descriptive tenses. Useful discussions of French tense usage are provided in Hawkins and Towell, 1996: Chapter 10; Charaudeau, 1992: ‘La situation temporelle’: 452–75; L’Huillier, 1999:118–125, 136–38 and 144– 47. À VOUS 4 Based on the plan they prepared in À VOUS 3, students start writing the first draft of their story (450–500 words).

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