L'Ile Noire

Author: Hergé

Publisher: French & European Publications




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Encore Tricolore Nouvelle 4 Student Book

Author: Heather Mascie-Taylor

Publisher: Nelson Thornes


Category: Education

Page: 288

View: 768

Encore Tricolore nouvelle edition builds on the success of Encore Tricolore and Tricolore. The new edition is exactly the right level for middle to high ability. The course now incorporates new features to bring it in line with the revised GCSE and Standard Grade specifications.

The Rough Guide to Montréal

Author: Arabella Bowen

Publisher: Rough Guides


Category: Travel

Page: 303

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Montreal and Quebec City are like outposts of European culture in the heart of Canada just hours from the US, distinctively Canadian but with a palpable French spirit. The Rough Guide to Montreal takes you through everything in great detail, providing informative and entertaining accounts of what the city has to offer in terms of attractions, restaurants, accomodation and its vibrant nightlife. There is extensive coverage of Quebec City, as well as the snow-capped peaks of the Laurentian Mountains and Eastern Townships, all accessible day-trips from Montreal. In each chapter there are detailed maps and plans covering every neighbourhood. The contexts section includes a useful French language section and glossary.

Bar Secrets Montreal

Author: Deck of Secrets

Publisher: Deck of Secrets


Category: Travel

Page: 52

View: 454

The coolest lounges and the wildest bar scenes are identified and rated in this guide to the best bars in town. This convenient deck of 52 cards is the ideal way to pinpoint the perfect location for a quiet conversation over a glass of wine, a gathering of friends for a couple of beers, or an epic night of celebration. The joie de vivre of Montreal nightlife is revealed in establishments that differ vastly in tone and ambiance: whether it is the award-winning craft-brewed beer at Dieu du Ciel, world class wines at Pullman, or a ride on the mechanical bull at Chez Serge that beckons, the cosmopolitan pleasures of this bilingual city's night scene will be secret no more.

Creative Montreal - Quartier Latin, Centre-Sud and HoMa

Author: Jerome Delgado

Publisher: Ulysse


Category: Travel

Page: 25

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The Guide to Creative Montréal's Quartier Latin, Centre-Sud and Hochelaga-Maisonneuve (HoMa) tour offers a foray into the fields of performing arts, visual arts (art galleries and public artworks), digital arts, music and design. At the eastern end of the Quartier des Spectacles, the Quartier Latin spreads out around the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), and its arts scene is closely linked to the university, as live venues and art galleries can be found right on the UQAM campus. Heading east, the tour then crosses the trendy and proud working-class neighbourhoods of Centre-Sud and Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, with countless bookstores, record stores, cafes, restaurants and shops where you can stop along the way.

The French Comics Theory Reader

Author: Ann Miller

Publisher: Leuven University Press


Category: Art

Page: 334

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Key French-language theoretical texts on comics translated into English for the first time The French Comics Theory Reader presents a collection of key theoretical texts on comics, spanning a period from the 1960s to the 2010s, written in French and never before translated into English. The publication brings a distinctive set of authors together uniting theoretical scholars, artists, journalists, and comics critics. Readers will gain access to important debates that have taken place among major French-language comics scholars, including Thierry Groensteen, Benoît Peeters, Jan Baetens, and Pierre Fresnault-Deruelle, over the past fifty years. The collection covers a broad range of approaches to the medium, including historical, formal, sociological, philosophical, and psychoanalytic. A general introduction provides an overall context, and, in addition, each of the four thematic sections is prefaced by a brief summary of each text and an explanation of how they have influenced later work. The translations are faithful to the originals while reading clearly in English, and, where necessary, cultural references are clarified.

The Rough Guide to Canada

Author: Tim Jepson

Publisher: Rough Guides


Category: Travel

Page: 1136

View: 599

THE ROUGH GUIDE TO CANADA is the definitive handbook to this diverse country. Features include: Full-colour section introducing Canada's highlights. Detailed accounts of the big cities and small towns, from cosmopolitan Toronto and atmospheric Québec City to the Gold Rush-era relies of the Yukon. Discriminating reviews of hundreds of hotels, restaurants, bars and clubs to suit all tastes and budgets. Practical advice on a range of activities, from hiking and skiing in Banff to fishing and sailing in the Maritime Provinces. Expert background on Canada's history, wildlife and its aboriginal peoples. Maps and plans covering the entire country.