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    French exercise = Verlaine, Apollinaire et Ronsard (test n°37528 - Please quote this number when contacting us)


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    Verlaine, Apollinaire et Ronsard

    Retrouvez à quel poète appartiennent les éléments donnés pour compléter les phrases.19





    Intermediate
    French exercise created by dada30400 (06-03-2008 17:22) with The test builder
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    1/ En 1866 Verlaine publie les Il participe à la de Paris en 1871. Il fait une bonne scolarité au lycée à Paris. Il fera la connaissance de mais un soir il se dispute et il le blesse. Il sera alors emprisonné et là il se convertira au .


    2/ est précurseur du surréalisme. Entre 1898 et 1913 il écrit des poèmes qui composeront son recueil Il pratiqua le qui est un poème, dont la disposition graphique sur la page prend la forme de son thème principal.


    3/ Au XVIè siècle naît, en 1524 , illustre poète français. Il sera à l'origine des poètes de la commeDu Bellay, Baïf et Rémy Belleau entre autres.







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