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dimanche, avril 06, 2008

"L" for "Le Louvre"," Livre"/ "library","liberté" -ABC wednesday-round 2


Culture, lecture :liens vers la liberté de pensée, d'expression


Voyage pédagogique littéraire et artistique : Le louvre (Décembre 2007)

La pyramide du Louvre- le Carrousel

Livre:1080, Roland du latin liber, libri
aubier (sur lequel on écrivait avant la découverte du papyrus), puis livre.

Même origine que l'adjectif
Libre-1339 G. Opposé à esclave, du latin liber
Dictionnaire Etymologique et Historique Dauzat -Larousse
/Library:Bibliothèque-Visite de la médiathèque de Valognes (Manche) Journée du Patrimoine, octobre 2007


















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20 commentaires:

  1. Un L-post typiquement Miss Yves! N'est-ce pas?

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  2. We visited Loire Valley in 2000. What a wonderful holiday. We stayes in Samaur!

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  3. Very good post for L and great pictures.

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  4. C'est trés magnifique :)
    Wonderful photos, didnt quite understand the text, but a little bit.
    Have a good ABC-Wednesday.

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  5. Great choices for the letter L:o)

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  6. hey...there's the glass pyramid from the DaVinci Code movie....do the French really think of it as an "eyesore" as the policeman declares in the movie?

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  7. Le Louvre are just fantastic! I wish I could visit that one time with my camera:)
    I have always wanted to go to France;)

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  8. Miss Yves, your posts are alays so rich in images and ideas! I get breathless. Loved the Louvre photos, so amazing, I really hope to visit it someday. I'd probably live in there until someone found me under a table! LOL Lovely post. Thanks for your comment on my L post. OBVIOUSLY I had to put Lucas in it! :)) My library looks neat, but at a closer look, you'd se how messy the titles and author are, everything is mixed! I thinkit's good for them to get to know one another, hehehe. Kisses from Nydia.

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  9. Oh, and about Garcia Marques... I just love his books, he's so creative in his narratives. There's a new film being launched about one of his stories, can't wait to watch it. I'm happy that Baruck has a new friend teasing him, he's fun! :)

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  10. Ah, beautiful colours.

    Paris and the Glass pyramid, been there too, very nice to see.

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  11. Wonderful pictures of the Louvre and its glass opening.

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  12. merci...is the only French I knew. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. Would love to visit your contry and see yhis famous places:)
    Great L post!

    Petunia's ABC

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  14. Ooh, the Louvre, so pretty.

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  15. I like the look of that glass pyramid, although I didn't think I would.
    You have a very cultured post!

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  16. Perfect for L, I hope to visit one day.

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  17. Thanks for visiting my blog. I like your L's! It is such a long time since I have been to Paris!

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  18. I couldn't understand a thing you said. lol. :) but I did understand the photo's. I would love to see the Lourve in person and I got that those were library books too! good photo's!

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  19. Reminded me of my school trip to Paris in 1973 - thank you!

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