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Here is a cute song for Greetings in French that will stick to your brain…

You’ve been Frenched🌍


French Club Explores Culture

By Hira Khan ’19  and Rubhiyah Chaudhry ’19

When we first hear about a language class or a club, one would assume it’s a place to learn the language. 393 more words


Arthur Rimbaud

On the blue summer evenings, I will go along the paths,
And walk over the short grass, as I am pricked by the wheat:
Daydreaming I will feel the coolness on my feet. 66 more words


René Crevel

Straight lines go too quickly to appreciate the pleasures of the journey. They rush straight to their target and then die in the very moment of their triumph without having thought, loved, suffered or enjoyed themselves…It is another story with curved lines. 11 more words


Quoi de neuf en mai 2018?

Bonjour! Voici la liste de mes meetups en mai, dans l’Est et au Centre de Londres.

Pour les clubs de Conversation hebdomadaires, ainsi que le Ciné Club et le Book Club mensuels, veuillez consulter le calendrier du groupe “Vive la différence: French classes with a twist” sur Meetup en cliquant  115 more words

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A national dance theater at the Bibliothèque Nationale Française

From the exhibition Chaillot, une mémoire de la danse, running May 3 – August 26 at the Bibliothèque Nationale Française in Paris to celebrate the official consecration of the Chaillot Palace, located on the Seine facing the Eiffel tower, as France’s National Theater de la Danse: “Orphée” after Gluck’s “Orphée and Eurydice,” Danses et Choeurs d’Isadora Duncan, program from the Trocadéro Palace, Marcy 25, 27, and 29, 191 3. © BnF – Arts du spectacle.

The trial of Isadora Duncan

By André Levinson
Copyright Librairie Bloud & Gay, Paris, 1924
Translated by Paul Ben-Itzak

(Excerpted from “La Danse au Théâtre,” which assembles Levinson’s critical articles published between April 1922 and April 1923, for the most part in the Paris daily Comoedia, here from a December 11, 1922 piece entitled “The Quarrel Between the Ancients and the Moderns,” with the sub-heading “The Trial of Isadora Duncan.”) 612 more words