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Novel: Water of the hills by Marcel Pagnol - 1962 Movie: Jean de florette + manon of the springs Characters: Jean de florette , manon, Ugolin, aimee, cesar soubeyran. *Novel the letter was mailed and manon is reading it out loud. Novel: rue cases negres (1950) or Black shack alley. Movie: suger cane alley (1983) Characters: Medouze, jose, mman tine, m.roc, monsieur saint louis. Griot-Medouze – second lesson day time- the lesson is about life that noone must meddle with life man can only destroy life he can not recreate it. Also that he must accept the workings of the creation without complaining. First lesson night time- was about the balcks and how they were taken from their homes and caught to be sold as slaves on islands to work on the suger fields. The lesson here was for jose to not forget where he is from and that he will always be from africa. Brother: Ousmane Sister: Sokhna. Hugo was elected into the Academie francaise in 1841, and Pagnol in 1946. A griot: is a West African historian, storyteller, praise singer, poet and/or musician. The griot is a repository of oral tradition, and is also often seen as something of a societal leader due to his traditional position as an adviser to royal personages. As a result of the former of these two functions, he is sometimes also called a bard. According to Paul Oliver in his book Savannah Syncopators, "Though [the griot] has to know many traditional songs without error, he must also have the ability to extemporize on current events, chance incidents and the passing scene. His wit can be devastating and his knowledge of local history formidable". Although they are popularly known as "praise singers", griots may also use their vocal expertise for gossip, satire, or political comment. Academie francaise: oldest most prostigues – they make dictionaries. Frédéric Mistral: was a French writer and lexicographer of the Occitan language. Mistral won the Nobel Prize in literature in 1904. Joseph Zobel: is the...
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