FRENCH R1B: Travel Narratives
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Jules Verne "Around the World in 80 Days",
Charles Baudelaire "Flowers of Evil" selected poems,
L.F. Celine "Journey to the End of Night".
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MLA International Bibliography
baudelaire AND flowers of evil
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