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S ARNOLD' LECTURES FRANÇAISES BY M.A.GEROTHWOHL tl)c CibrarnfxttitvitbU OF THE {Intimaitu afcTinimtiT. BY W^9,3 LECTURES FRANÇAISES BOOK IV WITH Tins VOLUMEUNIFORM LECTURES FRANÇAISES II'./// lllustrcUv BOOK I. (Cloth). 1s. 3d. II. (Cloth), 1s. 6cl. ARRANGED AND IN PART WBITTEH Bl JETTA WOLFF.S. "/"'With Questionnaire Vocabvlary. BOOK III. (Cloth), 1s. 6d. 6cl. IV, 1s. COMPILED AND EDITED BY MAURICE A. GEROTHWOHL, D.Litt. "ml GlossaryWith Notes PREFATORY NOTE The intention of Vols. m. and IV. of this séries is to supply withthe micldle and upper forms of Secondary Schools choice extracts from French writers and poets, either as a substitute for, or a complément to, the reading of prescribed texts. With this twofold aim in view, the main requirements hâve been deemed literaiy excellence idiomaticto be and wealth. Moreover, the variety of the sources whence the sélections hâve been drawn shoulcl add both to their value as ' ' spécimensunseens and to their interest as représentative ''of French style from le grand siècle down to the présent day The editor desires to express his cordial thanks to ail those authors and hâve kindly himpublishers who authorised to reproduce passages from their works. In view of the suggested use of thèse sélections for ' 'unseen purposes, the gênerai notes and glossary hâve termbeen strictly limited to the elucidation of an uhusual or construction. M. A. G. Trinity Colleoe, Ddiïljn, 1907. .

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S
ARNOLD'
LECTURES FRANÇAISES
BY
M.A.GEROTHWOHLtl)c CibrarnfxttitvitbU
OF THE
{Intimaitu afcTinimtiT.
BY
W^9,3LECTURES FRANÇAISES
BOOK IVWITH Tins VOLUMEUNIFORM
LECTURES FRANÇAISES
II'./// lllustrcUv
BOOK I. (Cloth). 1s. 3d. II. (Cloth), 1s. 6cl.
ARRANGED AND IN PART WBITTEH Bl
JETTA WOLFF.S.
"/"'With Questionnaire Vocabvlary.
BOOK III. (Cloth), 1s. 6d.
6cl. IV, 1s.
COMPILED AND EDITED BY
MAURICE A. GEROTHWOHL, D.Litt.
"ml GlossaryWith NotesPREFATORY NOTE
The intention of Vols. m. and IV. of this séries is to supply
withthe micldle and upper forms of Secondary Schools choice
extracts from French writers and poets, either as a substitute
for, or a complément to, the reading of prescribed texts.
With this twofold aim in view, the main requirements
hâve been deemed literaiy excellence idiomaticto be and
wealth. Moreover, the variety of the sources whence the
sélections hâve been drawn shoulcl add both to their value as
'
' spécimensunseens and to their interest as représentative
''of French style from le grand siècle down to the présent
day
The editor desires to express his cordial thanks to ail those
authors and hâve kindly himpublishers who authorised to
reproduce passages from their works.
In view of the suggested use of thèse sélections for
' 'unseen purposes, the gênerai notes and glossary hâve
termbeen strictly limited to the elucidation of an uhusual
or construction. M. A. G.
Trinity Colleoe, Ddiïljn, 1907..
TA BLE DES MATIÈRES
P IOB
Eonoré de Balzac (George Sand), 1
La Fontaine et sks Bêtes (H. Taine), . 4
Au Roi Fkiôdkimc dk Prusse (Voltaire) 8
M.A de Voltaire Le Roi Frédéric de Prusse . 10
Les Séparés (Marceline Desbordes Valniore 13
,
L'Esprit pub Alfred de Vigny), 1 1
Une Parole i>'II"\ neuf Lachaud 15
,
Adolphe Thiers (Gal-riel Hanotaux), 1!)
9. I'n Touriste grinciiei \ EdmoDd Aboui , . l'I
KL Un Nom
; Lamartine), 28
11. Monologue de Figaro (Beaumarchais), . 30
11'. La Bataille de Rocroy (Duc d'AumaJe), 33
1 3. Britannicus (Racine), 36
1 1. La lFédération du l Juillet, 1790 (Michelei , 40
15. La Chanson de Mignon (Théophile Gautier),. 46
16. Le Fantasque (Fénelon), .... 18
17. Nicomède Corneille), 51
18. Néant de l'Homme et de la Vie (Bossuel . 56
,
I!). A la Chambré des Pair's (Chateaubriand), . 60
20. Au Loisir (Sainte-Beuve), .... 65
21. Procès et Mort dk Marie-Antoinette Lamartine), 67
22. La Vieille France et la Démocratie (Comte Albert
de Mun), 70
2:). Tartufe (Molière), 73
24. LeMassacre des Abeilles mâles (Maurice Maeterlinck) 79
25. Torpillé
! (Claude Farrère), . . . 83
26. La France en Août 17!)3 (Louis Blanc), 91
11. M n:.\beau Orateur (Victor Hugo), 93
28. Discours sur la Contribution du Quart (Mirabeau . 99
1\). Waterloo (Victor Hugo), . . 103TABLE DES MATIERES Vil
NO. PAGE
30. Monsieur de Coulanges (Madame deA Sévigné), . 106
31. L'Art et L'Utilitarisme (Théophile Gautier),
. . 108
32. La Veuve de Pompée (Corneille), . .
. .111
33. L'Enlizement (Victor Hugo), 113
34. A François Liszt (Hector Berlioz), . . . .116
35. Trois Degrés de Pensée (Alfred de Vi^ny), . . . 121
36. La Société et les Poètes (Saint-Marc Girardin), . . 125
37. La Critique de l'École des Femmes (Molière), . . 128
38. Saint-Simon (Montalembert), 133
39. L'Idole (Barbier), 135
Versailles,40. après la Mort du Grand Dauphin (Saint-
Simon), 137
41. Hypatie (Leconte de Lisle), 143
42. La Montagne (Jules Michèle 145t),
43. A Dumas aîné (Alexandre Dumas fils),
. . . 149
44. La Femme et la Nature (Alfred de Vignv. . . 153
45. Alfred de Vigny (Théophile Gautier), . . . .156
46. Le Marché aux Poissons (Emile Zola), . . . 159
Notes, 164
Glossaire, 181ILLUSTRATIONS
La Bataille de Kocroy, Frontispiece
l'AC.K
PARIS,FÊTE DE LA FÉDÉRATION GÉNÉRALE A 14 JUILLET,
111790,
Duc d'Orléans partant pour l'Hôtel de Ville,Le
31 Juillet, 1830, 61
Mirabeau, 95
XIV. avec le Grand Dauphin, lk duc deLouis
Bourgogne, le Fils du Duc (depuis Louis XV.),
139et Madame de Maintknon,