Flaunt Your Frenchness #51 (June 8-14)
View this email in your browser
Get your summer reading on with these 4 great novels, written by different Francophone authors, that will take you near and far, from the present to the past. Don’t forget the sunscreen!
la vérité sur l'affaire harry quebert
The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair (La Vérité sur l’affaire Harry Quebert), 2012, is a novel by Swiss author Joël Dicker
August 30, 1975: the day fifteen-year-old Nola Kellergan is glimpsed fleeing through the woods, never to be heard from again... Read entire plot summary here.
Kamouraska, 1970, is a novel written by Anne Hébert.
Set in 19th century Quebec, it tells the story of a woman, Elisabeth D'Aulnières, who conspires with her lover, an American doctor, to kill her husband, the seigneur of Kamouraska... Read entire plot summary here.
Au bonheur des dames
The Ladies' Paradise (Au Bonheur des Dames), 1883, by French author Émile Zola.
The Ladies' Paradise is a compelling story of ambition and love set against the backdrop of the spectacular rise of the department store in 1860s Paris... Read entire plot summary here.

Sarcelles Dakar
Sarcelles-Dakar, 2006, by Senegalese author Insa Sané.
Djiraël lives in Sarcelles, France. Accustomed to the permanent company of his friends, to their discussions about girls and designer clothes... Read entire plot summary here.
Share a book you find inspiring
Each week, you'll find in this newsletter a small sentence that can be used next time you go to a French speaking country.

To keep in the theme, please find below what you could ask while in Andorre-la-Vieille, Principality of Andorra:
" Quel est le gagnant du prix Nobel de littérature cette année ? "
[Kel ay luh gah-nee-anh du pree Nobel duh lee-tay-rah-tur cet ah-nay ?]
Copyright © 2016 Flaunt Your Frenchness, All rights reserved.

unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences 

Email Marketing Powered by MailChimp
Sign up now to receive the Flaunt Your Frenchness "Rendez-Vous"
Did that pique your interest?

Yes, it was good!                                 Meh, not really