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FLVS Fr3 lesson 24

FLVS French 3 Lesson 24 Vocabulaire de la poésie

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le poème poem
le poète poet
la poésie poetry
un auteur, une auteure author
sa célébrité his or her fame
une célébrité du monde artistique a star of the artistic world
méconnu(e) unknown
doué(e) gifted, talented
un écrivain, une femme écrivain a writer
le lecteur, la lectrice the reader
une ballade ballad
le personnage character
la rime rhyme
le rythme rhythm
le décor, le cadre setting, set
la strophe stanza
le recueil de poèmes a collection of poems
une comparaison comparison
le contenu content(s)
un procédé a device
lyrique= plein d’émotions lyrical, full of emotions
la description description
un extrait (m) excerpt
la fable fable
le vers line of a poem
la métaphore metaphor
l'état d'âme (m) the mood
amusant(e) fun, funny
triste sad
tragique tragic
effrayant scary
mystérieux. mystérieuse mysterious
le récit the narrative
un passage a passage
la prose prose, poem that does not rhyme
une citation quotation
un poète prolifique prolific poet (who writes a lot of poems)
le sujet, le thème the topic
le ton est grave the tone is serious
le ton est gai the tone is cheerful
« La poésie veut quelque chose d'énorme, de barbare et de sauvage »(Denis Diderot) Poetry must have something in it that is barbaric, vast and wild. Denis Diderot.
“Voilà le rôle de la poésie. Elle dévoile dans toute la force du terme. Elle montre nues, sous une lumière qui secoue la torpeur les choses surprenantes qui nous environnent et que nos sens enregistraient machinalement. » “Such is the role of poetry. It unveils, in the strict sense of the word. It lays bare, under a light which shakes off torpor, the surprising things which surround us and which our senses record mechanically.” Jean Cocteau