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  • Némirovsky's Suite Française is a book that could have used some actual literary criticism, by critics (maybe even "scholars") rather than "book reviewers."

    Book Reviewing

  • Your minimizing the role played by the Résistance Française is telling.

    Walk-Outs, Protests Today at cvillenews.com

  • Maison Française which is sort of a monthly event we started some two and a half years ago in which we applied a conversation between a French writer and myself and which is devoted to his actual work.

    Blog of a Bookslut

  • And politicians supportive of their agenda, on either side of the aise, WILL be voted out of office.

    Club for Growth targets Democrats over health care

  • She was without work for two years after Maurice was born but then, through the intervention of friends and lovers, secured a berth at the Od é on, downmarket from the Com é die-Fran ç aise.

    Actress, Seductress

  • Many of us had made the pilgrimage to the Cin é math è que Fran ç aise in Paris.

    Film Criticism Is Dying? Not Online

  • "We are in a new phase, but that doesn't mean things have come to an end," Fran ç ois Ch é r è que, head of the Conf é d é ration Fran ç aise D é mocratique du Travail said late Monday in a debate on television channel France 2.

    French Pension Conflict Enters New Phase

  • As such, Mme. Yourcenar (1903-1987) was, in effect, a writer without a country, though she was the first woman elected to the Acad é mie Fran ç aise (in 1980).

    Portrait of Power Embodied in a Roman Emperor

  • PARIS — Opening last week, "Un Tramway Nomm é D é sir," a French version of Tennessee Williams's Pulitzer Prize-winning "A Streetcar Named Desire," became the first work by an American playwright — or any non-European author — to enter the repertory of the Com é die Fran ç aise, the classic theater company founded by Louis XIV in 1680.

    French 'Streetcar' Takes a Detour Via Japan

  • Today, upmarket manufacturer Rondinaud, established in 1907, sells a classic line with the slogan Charent-aise a wordplay on the region they come from and aise , meaning comfort.

    All Aboard for le Cinéma Français

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