Because I am the obstacle to the talent that the Gods gave you, I will sacrifice to your glory my happiness and my life. I will throw myself in the lake later. When you hear the murmur of the cascade...
Marseille is the first seaport of France; it is also the first port of the entire Mediterranean region. The Old Port of Marseille was founded by the Phocians over 2,000 years ago. Its capacity became...
Rouen is situated at the confluence of the Seine and Robec, 120 kilometers from the sea, and is the largest river port. The riverwalks run about two kilometers. Images of both banks. Images of the...
Spring in Pont-Audemer comes like a dream. Images of pastoral scenes. This region in Normandy is covered in grass, fruit trees, and green bushes. There is no horizon in sight, only a limitless...
The Return of Ulysses, No. 1 (five parts), adapted by Mr. Jules Lemaitre of the Academie Francaise from Homer's Odyssey. Members of the Comedie Francaise: Mme Bartet - Penelope, Mr. A. Lambert...
The Return of Ulysses, No. 2 (continuation). The dream of Penelope. - Wait for me, I shall not be far from my homeland for long. The suitors of Penelope only thought of pleasure and laid the palace...
The Return of Ulysses, No. 3 (continuation). Furious about getting duped by Penelope's ruse, the suitors made her declare her choice. - No! … No! … Telemachus alone shall reign. Unable to efface...
The Return of Ulysses, No. 4 (continuation). The spectacle Ulysses saw upon returning to his palace confirmed his suspicions. - Recognize me Eumaeus, it is me , Ulysses, your King, tell me, what this...
The Return of Ulysses, No. 5 (continuation and end). Ulysses, having put on the clothes of a beggar, presented himself to the trial. - Weakened race! Emasculated princes! Despite the wear of years...
The Scorpion est a wll-known arachnid in the old continent and in the Mediterranean region. This insect ordinarily lives under rocks. Its sting is venomous, one must act with caution in order to...
A viewing of the history of France in 5 parts. Directed by Mr. Andreani. The city was besieged by Edward III of England. All of the attacks were vigorously repelled. Calais then went to the Governor...
The messenger finally reached the camp of Phillipe de Valois. "It has been ten months that we've resisted, and you have not come to our aid. I forsee a forceful surrender. Jean de Vienne....
Edward III was married to the Queen Phillipine de Hainaut. Deciding to stay in Calais, Edward brought the Queen to the camp. Starving and demoralized, the Calaisians were forced to surrender. Jean de...
Jean de Vienne explains the terms of the English Monarch. Sir Eustache of Saint-Pierre introduced himself first. I will not let my citizens perish when I can save them. Jehan d'Aire, Jaques de...
Edward III went to wither his laurels with a low vengeance. Edward III remains unyielding to his squire Sir Guatier de Manni. -Bring in the executioner. Eustache de Saint-Pierre was the first one who...
[Summary of the preceding chapter] In 1871, two small Alsatians, wishing to stay French, left Phalsbourg in Lorraine. In their travels, they encountered a peddler from the Jura and followed him to...
Summary of the preceding chapter: continuing their voyage, the little Alsatians passed through Lyon, Saint-Étienne, Le Creusot, and finally arrived in Marseille, where a disappointment awaited them...

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