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Frenglish gleanings week 9

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Frenglish gleanings
week 9

Frenglish? The links will be either in English or in French

Gleanings? Anything I found personally interesting and worthy of being shared with all my readers

books

ABOUT BOOKS

Best books to understand Cuba

Best books to understand India

United States of Books – books for each State

Great Expeditions: The Top 10 Cities for Literary Travelers

 

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Frenglish gleanings week 8

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Frenglish gleanings
week 8

Frenglish? The links will be either in English or in French

Gleanings? Anything I found personally interesting and worthy of being shared with all my readers

books

ABOUT BOOKS

 Best books on Libya

Great article on book press specialized in translation; and see my reviews for some of their titles: Oblivion; The Madonna of Notre Dame; The 6:41 to Paris

Read your way across America

languages

ABOUT LANGUAGES

25 Jokes Guaranteed To Make Grammar Nerds Laugh

100 Strange Idioms that will help you sound more French

 

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Book review: The Sacred Night

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The Sacred Night
La Nuit sacrée

Coincidence? Travel the World With Books (#TTWIB) decided to focus on North African authors this month, and Morocco happened to be the country featured at the Paris Book Fair this year. Great opportunity to read a Moroccan novelist, with this little book found on my shelf: La Nuit sacrée, which received the Prix Goncourt in 1987.

 

Coïncidence? Le groupe de Travel the World With Books (#TTWIB) a choisi de se concentrer sur les auteurs nord-africains, et le Maroc était le pays à l’honneur au Salon du Livre de Paris cette année. Bonne occasion à saisir pour lire un romancier marocain, avec ce petit livre trouvé sur mon étagère : La Nuit sacrée qui reçut le Prix Goncourt en 1987.

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