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New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2002. Sixième Édition/ 6th Edition . Soft Cover . Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 412 pp. Solidly bound copy with moderate external wear, crisp pages and clean text. This provocative and complete intermediate French language program offers selections from contempoary documents and media. Each chapter of this volume program is cordinated thematically and linguistically with the others, yet each text may also be used independently. Ensemble: Grammaire offers a brief review of basic grammatical structures via the introductory chapter in a clear and concise format that prepares students for the introduction of intermediate grammatical topics throughout the volume. The grammar presentations are clear, concise explanations in English with contextualized, personalized, and communicative exercises. Ensemble: Litterature offers selections from the world's most fascinating French authors, past and present. 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This interdisciplinary volume takes as its subject the multi-faceted genre of didactic literature (the literature of instruction) which constituted the cornerstone of literary enterprise and social control in medieval and early modern Europe. Following an Introduction that raises questions of didactic meaning, intent, audience, and social effect, nineteen chapters deal with the construction of the individual didactic voice and persona in the premodern period, didactic literature for children, women as the creators, objects, and consumers of didactic literature, the influence of advice literature on adult literacy, piety, and heresy, and the revision of classical didactic forms and motifs in the early modern period. Attention is paid throughout to the continuities of didactic literature across the medieval and early modern periods?its intertextuality, reliance on tradition, and self-renewal?and to questions of gender, authority, control, and the socially constructed nature of advice. 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This volume takes as its subject the multifaceted genre of didactic literature, which constituted the cornerstone of literary enterprise and social control in medieval and early modern Europe.

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