French-Spanish-English-Russian Book of Four Languages Based on the Story by Albert Camus : The Adulterous Woman Enjoy Comparing Four World Languages While Reading the Famous Existentialist and Philosopher of the 20th Century
A story is a door to life. It is a flash, a movie, when told by a master. A wonderfully dynamic story "The Adulterous Woman" by the Nobel prize winner, writer-existentialist Albert Camus, will open for you a door into someone's life that could be as well yours. The author of the book invites you to see a beautiful movie in four languages! Each of us imagines things a certain way, prompted by a great story-teller. While "seeing the movie," you will become familiar with the beautiful language of the story as expressed in FOUR WORLD LANGUAGES: French, Spanish, English, Russian. All the four languages are presented on one page, in separate paragraphs. This format works with any e-device since it is not necessary to match the paired pages. The book includes grammar notes and a few entertaining cross-language exercises. Zoia Eliseyeva has two trilingual books based on world literature masterpieces by Anton Chekhov and Oscar Wilde (ENG-RUS-SPA). This four-language book is Zoia's first book in four languages. It has been her dream to compare the four languages that she loves. Any reader, a student, a teacher, or a traveler will enjoy the book and benefit from it: the talent of Albert Camus is worth studying and discussing. Why do we live? Why do we act certain ways? The eternal questions a person asks without getting an answer. Zoia Eliseyeva teaches three languages. She has Master's Degree in Education. Her first stories were published twenty years ago in Russia and in USA.
- Paperback | 112 pages
- 203.2 x 254 x 6.6mm | 308.44g
- 10 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- Multilingual edition
- black & white illustrations
About MS Zoia Eliseyeva
Zoia Eliseyeva (Zoya Vladimirovna Eliseyeva) is a native Russian, born in Soviet Union. She got a Bachelor's degree in English and Literature from Latvia State University in 1989, a Master's degree in Education from California State University in San Bernardino in 2002. Zoia is an author of an autobiographical-immigrant book, the chapters of which first were published in Russia and in USA back in 1996. Since then Zoia has studied Spanish and published over 16 books (English-Russian-Spanish) on Amazon-Kindle. Zoia has been providing professional language services in California, USA, as a teacher of languages, and a translator. Being an optimist who walks through life with a smile, Zoia has been appreciated by her students of Russian, English, and Spanish languages in Riga, Latvia, in California, USA, and in Oaxaca, Mexico.