Librairie Le Feu Follet - Paris - +33 (0)1 56 08 08 85 - USA (206) 673 123  - Contact us - 31 Rue Henri Barbusse, 75005 Paris

Antique books - Bibliophily - Art works


Sell - Valuation - Buy
Les Partenaires du feu follet Ilab : International League of Antiquarian Booksellers SLAM : Syndicat national de la Librairie Ancienne et Moderne
Advanced search
Registration

Receive our catalog

Topics

Echos
Catalogues
The illustrators of La Gazette du Bon Ton
Bibliographic essays
Portfolio
Editorial
Events
e-library
In the bookshop
New arrivals
The enigma
Articles
Focus
Begriffe und Konzepte der Bibliophilie

Focus

The French did not said its last word

Fichier PDF
A transmission time of high quality wringing the neck of the many misconceptions about the supposed decline of the French language by Julie Barlow and Jean-Benoît Nadeau, two "French" that expose us with talent and good humor history and prospects of the French language worldwide. With 250 million speakers in fifty countries, the language of Voltaire, but also of Benjamin Constant, Senghor, Césaire or Louis Hemon, still has good days ahead ...

The French language has not said its last word half or direct access
The French language has not said its last word 2/2 or direct access
Leave a comment
On-line help