09 juin 2008

narration

In literature and film, an unreliable narrator (a term coined by Wayne C. Booth in his 1961 book The Rhetoric of Fiction[1]) is a literary device in which the credibility of the narrator is seriously compromised. This unreliability can be due to psychological instability, a powerful bias, a lack of knowledge, or even a deliberate attempt to deceive the reader or audience. Unreliable narrators are usually first-person narrators, but third-person narrators can also be unreliable. The nature of the narrator is sometimes... [Lire la suite]
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09 juin 2008

THE SUBJONCTIF

Subjonctif - French Subjunctive   Regular verb conjugations Many students of French find that the subjunctive is very difficult to master, but hopefully this lesson will simplify matters for you. In Part I, we will learn how to conjugate the present subjunctive of regular verbs. In Part II, we will learn the present subjunctive of irregular verbs. And finally in Part III, we will learn to use the subjunctive. For all regular verbs (-ER, -IR, and -RE), take the 3rd person plural form (ils) of the ... [Lire la suite]
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