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Class Notes for FREN 3612 at University of Minnesota Twin Cities

Reading Libertinism.

FREN 3612 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: State Agency For National Security, Atomism
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FREN 3612 Lecture 2 Notes from 9/13/16 Includes: the film watched during class, the novel read prior to class, the lecture on the 17 th century with attention to Cyrano de Bergerac’s life, and themes/keywords from the ...

French
FREN 3612
Cherbuliez Juliette
FREN 3612 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: The Philosophical Forum, Atheism
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FREN 3612 Lecture 1 Notes from 9/9/16 Includes: Libertines, Theophile, Bawdy Poetry, 16 century authority and culture, Cannibalism, and Atheists. Corresponding Readings: “Atheism, Philosophy, Pornography, and Sodomy: ...

French
FREN 3612
Cherbuliez Juliette
French Grammar - Reference Guides

TM permacharts French Grammar French Grammar 2nd EDITION NOUNSARTICLES Nounsare words that name people, places or things (.can Words that accompany nouns; give information about nouns include objects, ideas, feelings or qu...

Computer Science
CSC495H1
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French Linguistics - Reference Guides

TM permacharts French Linguistics French Linguistics 2nd EDITION OVERVIEWINTRODUCTION TO PHONETICS Linguisticsis the general or comparative HE GOAL OF COMMUNICATION T science (or study) of a language; linguists Phonetics(l...

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