Companion site at http://www.stuartfernie.com .
Welcome to my page of links
The links immediately below lead to pages which contain my own thoughts and ideas on a variety of subjects. They have been posted on the internet in the hope that they will be of some interest and stimulate discussion. Beyond these links to my own pages, you will find links to associated pages outwith my own site.
I would be happy to discuss these pages and their subjects - I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Please follow this link to go to a page of links to video "documentaries" based on some of these pages
Pages associated with "Les Miserables" and Victor Hugo
I have produced a video "documentary" based on the above mentioned notes on "Les Miserables", and it has been posted on Youtube. It runs to about 45 minutes and has been posted as five separate videos. You can access them by searching for "Les Miserables discussion" in Youtube, or by clicking below:
Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5
To do with teaching (and learning!)
French literature and films
You may also be interested in a page which looks at the potential influence of Victor Hugo's "Les Miserables" on Besson's work - you will find it here.
A booklet entitled "Notes to accompany the study of French cinema and literature" is also available through Lulu.com. These notes focus on Luc Besson films, "Les Choristes", "Cyrano de Bergerac", "Dracula entre l'amour et la mort", "Les Enfants du Paradis", "Les fleurs du mal", " Jean de Florette", "Kean", "Moliere" (film), "Les Miserables" and " Notre Dame de Paris". Please click on the link below for further information.
A video "documentary" of my page on "Les Choristes" is also available here
A video "documentary" of my page on Jean de Florette is available here (Part one) and here (Part two)
A "video documentary" of my page on "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest" is available by clicking on these links : Part One Part Two
A "video discussion" of my page on "The Sand Pebbles" is available here (part one) and here (part two).
Some thoughts on Television - past and present
If you are intrigued by riddles with cryptic clues (to do with films), please follow this link.
Miscellaneous - some pages outwith my own site
Highly recommended, even if you aren't interested in the upcoming game.
An excellent essay on the nature of European Cinema by a student of film and screen writing
Essays and essay titles on various aspects of "Les Miserables" from John Cornet, a High School teacher in Oregon
Paralleles et oppositions entre Jean Valjean et Javert dans Les Miserables
An excellent and detailed essay on similarities and differences between Valjean and Javert (in French), written by a Czech student.
A political interpretation of Les Miserables
An excellent essay on similarities between Hugo's work and that of Karl Marx, written by a Scottish student.
To an essay about "good" and "evil" in the characters of Les Miserables, by Emily Goodwin
Scottish CILT Wiki site
An opportunity to share opinions and materials with other teachers
Victor Hugo Online
An excellent and comprehensive site devoted to Hugo's works
Notre Dame de Paris
A site of notes and information about Hugo's tale.
Les Miserables Lyrics
A site which includes lyrics to the songs of the show
An excellent site containing images of the Highlands of Scotland
Internet Movie Database
The best site for information about films
An excellent accounting firm in Aberdeen
And finally ...
Some information about me.
I do hope you find these pages of value. I would be delighted to hear from anyone wishing to discuss the subjects or contents of these pages further. I can be contacted at email@example.com .
The pages in this site have received a total of 806,153 viewings (as of the first of May 2013).
Viewings of this site, combined with viewings of the various associated video documentaries available on Youtube, reached 852,180 in May 2013.
To visit my pages of archived Guestbook entries, please click on the appropriate page number -
page 1, page 2, page 3,
page 6 or page 7.
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