In this audiobook, I first read the poem in slow enunciated French then use simple, everyday French language to explain each individual verse. I then talk about the life of the author, give a full analysis of the poem and finally re-read the poem at a faster speed with a more personal interpretation. Not only is it a great cultural subject but it's a fantastic way to learn new vocabulary, verb tenses and improve your understanding of deeper conversations.
Enjoy eight of the most classic and wonderful Charles Perrault French tales read by Camille Chevalier-Karfis of French Today. This audiobook contains the original French versions of "Le Chat Botté", "La Belle au Bois Dormant", "Le Petit Chaperon Rouge", "Le Petit Poucet", "Les Fées", "Peau d'Âne", "Riquet à la Houppe" and "Cendrillon". Charles Perrault is widely regarded as the founder of a new literary genre, the fairy tale, deriving his work from old folk tales.
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In this audiobook, I read 33 classical French poems. The majority are read twice: once slowly - so you can repeat after me - and once faster, with my personal interpretation of the poem. I will also sometimes tell you about the author, or explain the vocabulary or the meaning of the poem, all in easy everyday French. Musset, Rimbaud, Baudelaire, La Fontaine, Labbé, Valéry... A collection of 33 of the most famous French poems.