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  • Le Feu - La Pucelle Tome I
  • Le Feu - La Pucelle Tome I
  • Le Feu - La Pucelle Tome I
  • Le Feu - La Pucelle Tome I
  • Le Feu - La Pucelle Tome I
  • Le Feu - La Pucelle Tome I
  • Le Feu - La Pucelle Tome I
  • Le Feu - La Pucelle Tome I
  • Le Feu - La Pucelle Tome I
  • Le Feu - La Pucelle Tome I

Le Feu - La Pucelle Tome I

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French easy reader for advanced students. In this first part of a trilogy, Jeanne d'Arc tells us how she grew from being a young farmer's daughter to being a leader in the war against England.

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J’avais 13 ans la première fois qu’ils ont brûlé mon village et je pouvais sentir seulement la peur. La deuxième fois, j’avais 16 ans. Je n’avais plus peur. J’ai senti une colère énorme dans mon cœur comme si le feu était entré en moi, comme si j’étais devenue moi-même le feu, et je me suis sentie capable de brûler les ennemis de la France de la terre. 

Je savais ce que je devais faire.

French language learner literature
This novel is the first in a series of three novels about the life of Joan of Arc, in which she tells us in her own voice how she grew from being a young farmer's daughter to being a leader in the war against England. It was written especially for French learners at an intermediate-high to advanced level. With a rich but still manageable vocabulary, these short novels make French language and history easily accessible to learners. Enjoy reading!

Level 3 / CEFR level B1 

Contains an extensive French-English glossary. The glossary allows you to find the words you need to understand the story more easily, so you can quickly return to reading.

France / Frankrijk / historical fiction / hoofdpersoon is een jonge vrouw / Jobi Dan'Sy / main character is a young woman / oorlog / sterke vrouwen / strong women / true story / war
Author Jobi Dan'Sy
Year of publication 2022
Number of pages 90, including the glossary
ISBN 9789490824747
Illustrated by Bailey Boyce; map by Esther Rosier

The rating of this product is 5 out of 5

Anny |

This is a skillfully crafted narrative with a compelling and complex character in our young Jeanne. The writer does a good job combining historical detail with Jeanne’s personal journey, using Jeanne's first-person narration in the present and the past to provide us with a dramatic peek at her eventual fate and the events that will lead to it by the end of the third installment in the series. Creating a story that stands alone and also propels us towards a sequel is no easy task. She has done it admirably here.

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