The Department of French is pleased to present a selection of recent creative work from our students.
In Introduction to Francophone Literature (French 220), the 20 students enrolled in the Fall of 2012 wrote their own poems. On the model of the poetry they had read by Baudelaire and Rimbaud, they described a scene or a setting in a way designed to evoke particular emotions in the reader; the poems are untitled since the poets designed them to be poetic "devinettes" for the reader.
In Advanced French (French 216), students wrote short detective stories for their final project in the Fall of 2011. After conducting cultural research on France, students chose to set their tales in the multicultural nineteenth arrondissement in Paris. We welcome you to enjoy their four tales of mystery, adventure, and intrigue.
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