Class Notes for French at University of Toronto St. George (UTSG)

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UTSGFSL100H1Tim RobinsonWinter

Basic conversation and stressed pronouns

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15 Nov 2011
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UTSGFSL102H1Tim RobinsonWinter

FSL102H1 Lecture Notes - Language Pedagogy, Science Policy

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2 Aug 2013
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Placement test: if this is your first fsl or fre course in the department, you should have already taken the placement test (www. lang. utoronto. ca/pl
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UTSGFCS195H1Francis LangevinFall

FCS195H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Paradigm Shift, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon

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27 Jan 2015
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Said to be the most glorious time of france. Had lots of influence because people in paris heard about his skills on the battlefield and also because h
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UTSGFCS195H1PapillonFall

FCS195H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: The Bald Soprano, Samuel Beckett, Frida Kahlo

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25 Nov 2011
45
Albert camus questioned the absurd in a philosophical way: he comes to a conclusion that human life is absurd, there was no meaning. These people think
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UTSGFCS195H1Corina SanduWinter

Naturalism & Impressionism

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9 Feb 2012
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Napol on iii was taken prisoner after the battle of sedan on september. 2, 1870 an interim government, the government of national defense, was put in p
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UTSGFCS195H1Corina SanduWinter

Napoleonic Era

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9 Feb 2012
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Lecture ii the napoleonic era arguably, napol on is one of the most memorable and most outstanding figures of modern european political history. Napol
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UTSGFCS195H1PapillonFall

Lecture 6 - Fin de siècle: Decadence, Symbolism and the Poètes Maudits

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21 Nov 2011
35
Fin de si cle decadence, symbolism and the po tes maudits. Fin de si cle atmosphere at the time. Po tes maudits meaning accursed or damned poets. Fin d
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UTSGFCS195H1Corina SanduWinter

Introduction

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9 Feb 2012
50
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UTSGFCS195H1PapillonFall

FCS195H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Romantic Music, Barque, Funeral March

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21 Nov 2011
30
Romanticism was linked to hugo he discussed what a romantic writer should be. Born and raised in poland, his father was french. When he is away, a rebe
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UTSGFCS195H1PapillonFall

FCS195H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Grande Odalisque, Turkish Bath, Horatii

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21 Nov 2011
41
Napoleon"s empire: made france a new power, felt invincible and conquered most of europe, lost at waterloo, russia and was exiled to saint-helene. Achi
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UTSGFRE272H1Paul BesslerFall

Chapter 1-3

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10 Dec 2010
35
La norme se d finit en fonction du prestige d"un groupe privil gi . Oui, (pour l" ducation, pour la compr hension entre les communaut s linguistiques).
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FCS195H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Existentialism, Simone De Beauvoir, Femininity

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21 Nov 2011
36
There is no separation between art and life. We don"t absorb passively what the author says we critically analyze and develop our own interpretation of
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