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We'll Always Have Paris: Trying and Failing to Be French  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by roxul at May 16, 2016
We'll Always Have Paris: Trying and Failing to Be French

Emma Beddington, "We'll Always Have Paris: Trying and Failing to Be French"
English | ISBN: 1447285794 | 2016 | 320 pages | EPUB, MOBI, AZW3 | 4 MB

Can Islam Be French?: Pluralism and Pragmatism in a Secularist State (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Stalker1984 at June 10, 2011
Can Islam Be French?: Pluralism and Pragmatism in a Secularist State (Repost)

John R. Bowen, "Can Islam Be French?: Pluralism and Pragmatism in a Secularist State"
P,…ton U-ty Press | ISBN: 0691132836 | 2009 | PDF | 244 pages | 1,7 mb

Can Islam Be French? is an anthropological examination of how Muslims are responding to the conditions of life in France. Following up on his book Why the French Don't Like Headscarves, John Bowen turns his attention away from the perspectives of French non-Muslims to focus on those of the country's Muslims themselves. Bowen asks not the usual question–how well are Muslims integrating in France?–but, rather, how do French Muslims think about Islam? In particular, Bowen examines how French Muslims are fashioning new Islamic institutions and developing new ways of reasoning and teaching.

Can Islam Be French?: Pluralism and Pragmatism in a Secularist State  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tot167 at Nov. 19, 2010
Can Islam Be French?: Pluralism and Pragmatism in a Secularist State

John R. Bowen, "Can Islam Be French?: Pluralism and Pragmatism in a Secularist State"
P..n University Press | 2009 | ISBN: 0691132836 | 242 pages | PDF | 1,7 MB
Can Islam Be French?: Pluralism and Pragmatism in a Secularist State (Princeton Studies in Muslim Politics)

John R. Bowen, "Can Islam Be French?: Pluralism and Pragmatism in a Secularist State (Princeton Studies in Muslim Politics)"
ISBN: 0691152497 | 2009 | EPUB | 189 pages | 1.37 MB

Drawing France: French Comics and the Republic  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by happy4all at March 31, 2015
Drawing France: French Comics and the Republic

Drawing France: French Comics and the Republic By Joel E. Vessels
2010 | 318 Pages | ISBN: 1604734442 | PDF | 6 MB
Flirting with French: How a Language Charmed Me, Seduced Me, and Nearly Broke My Heart

William Alexander, "Flirting with French: How a Language Charmed Me, Seduced Me, and Nearly Broke My Heart"
ISBN: 1616200200 | 2014 | EPUB | 288 pages | 503 KB
French learning for beginners: The best guide for people without prior knowledge who wish to control the French language

French learning for beginners: The best guide for people without prior knowledge who wish to control the French language and interact with French people easily and quickly
English | 2017 | ASIN: B0721NWWMS | 42 pages | PDF+EPUB (conv) | 0.7 Mb

Pink Floyd - French TV 1968-1969 (2007)  Music

Posted by TestTickles at June 11, 2017
Pink Floyd - French TV 1968-1969 (2007)

Pink Floyd - French TV 1968-1969 (2007)
DVD rip | MP4: XVID (720 x 574, 1812 Kbps) | Audio: MP3 (160 Kbps: VBR) | 65 min | English, French | 935 mb
Genre: progressive rock, classic rock, concert

French TV 1968-1969 is a bootleg compilation by progressive rock band The Pink Floyd, released in 2007. It consists of their many visits to France and performing for French television, video and sound quality is quite exceptional.
Sixty Million Frenchmen Can't Be Wrong: Why We Love France but Not the French (repost)

Sixty Million Frenchmen Can't Be Wrong: Why We Love France but Not the French by Jean-Benoit Nadeau and Julie Barlow
English | 2003 | ISBN-10: 1402200455 | PDF | 351 pages | 1,5 MB
Les Arts Florissants, William Christie - Campra: French Cantatas (1992)

Les Arts Florissants, William Christie - Campra: French Cantatas (1992)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers + Digital Booklet | 55:06 | 312 MB
Genre: Classica, Vocal | Label: Harmonia Mundi | Catalog: HMA 1951238

Is it fair to say that most born Frenchmen have considered themselves exceedingly fortunate in their nativity? Moi? I didn't enjoy such luck. Neither did Jean-Baptiste Lully, the favorite of Louis XIV and thus the tyrant of French music for thirty-four years. Lully was born in Florence in 1632, but carried to France as a youthful Ganymede; he entered the service of the Sun King in 1653 as a dancer, and he rose to a position of monopoly influence in Louis XIV's court despite his flagrant debauchery and libertine sexuality. Just as Louis declared, that 'he was the State,' Lully could well have said "French Music, it's me!"