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Contes populaires de toutes les Bretagne by Jean Markale

By Jean Markale

Les Contes populaires de toutes les Bretagne permettent de redécouvrir ces histoires extraordinaires transmises oralement de génération en génération, qui constituent l. a. richesse los angeles plus authentique de l. a. Bretagne.
S'ils appartiennent à los angeles culture populaire universelle, ces contes ont été adaptés et actualisés selon l'esprit des bretons : ils témoignent d'une véritable civilisation, à l. a. fois rurale et maritime, parfaitement spécifique.
Mais assez parlé ! Ecoutons maintenant l. a. voix du conteur, celle de Jean Markale, qui nous plonge dans un univers merveilleux et fantastique.
La Dame blanche de Trécesson, los angeles noix du korrigan, le Diable qui cherchait un métier... Cinquante contes édifiants pour frémir et pour grandir.

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In Amsterdam, Julie was amazed to see that the Dutch don’t put curtains in their enormous front windows. She could see them eating their dinner as she walked down the street. The message 36 sixty million frenchmen can’t be wrong appears to be: nothing to hide. In rural Mexico, where we also traveled, many houses had no front doors, and if they did, they were open all the time, making the line between public and private pretty subtle. What a shock when you compare these countries to France. The French house is a categorical affirmation of its owners’ privacy.

Inside, French men and women cherish their regional identities as if they were ethnic origins—and they often are. Until the French Revolution, France was a divided patchwork of nationalities similar to the present-day Balkans. There was hardly any relationship between the Alsatians, the Flemish, the Bretons, the Basques, the Occitans, the Burgundians, the Lyonnais, the Bordelais, the Provençaux, the Corsicans, and the Savoyards. They all spoke different languages, lived in distinct geographical areas, and, of course, ate different food.

The French married late and had four or five children at two-year intervals, and since life expectancy was no higher in France than elsewhere in Europe, the population stagnated. In the nineteenth century the French government actually became alarmed by the slow population growth. Politicians and the clergy implored the population to make babies. But the reflex for restriction was already in place, and nothing could be done. Whether the conservative agrarian mode of production or the introduction of birth control came first in France is a chicken-or-egg question.

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