Vercors: Le Silence De La Mer (Critical Guides to French Texts) ebook
by Frances M. Edge
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Le Silence de la mer is a French novel written during the summer of 1941 and published in early 1942 by Jean Bruller under the pseudonym "Vercors". Published secretly in German-occupied Paris, the book quickly became a symbol of mental resistance against German occupiers. In the book, Vercors tells of how an old man and his niece show resistance against the German occupiers by not speaking to the officer, who is occupying their house.
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Week 6. Vercors, Le Silence de la mer (texte). Week 7. Boutron, Le Silence de la mer (film). Week 8. Gaboriau, Le Petit vieux des Batignolles (texte). Comprehension tests (Tests de compréhension) Après avoir étudié le texte en classe (cours + séminaire), nous vous demanderons dans le séminaire suivant, avant de visionner le film, de lire un extrait du texte et de répondre à quelques questions de compréhension.
The second is a document which our French assistant wrote in answer to some of the questions. The second is a document which our French assistant wrote in answer to some of the questions. The third a list of questions of the first couple of pages of the book. I have taught this short 26 page text for four years now at higher level and students cope with it well and learn to write and speak about it successfully.
When the French illustrator and journalist Jean Bruller wrote the novella Le silence de la mer in late 1941, he could not .
When the French illustrator and journalist Jean Bruller wrote the novella Le silence de la mer in late 1941, he could not have foreseen that the story would go on to become a primary inspirational text for the French Resistance. A French householder and his niece are, like Bruller, encumbered with a young occupying officer, Werner von Ebrennac, and vow not to speak to him or otherwise acknowledge his presence. Over the course of six months, he visits with them almost nightly as they sit by their fireside, accepting their silence while he opens his heart to them in monologues about his youth, his musical vocation, and his deep love of French culture.