Love of one's native country

   Proposed subject: On the love for one's native land in Chateaubriand and Lamartine.

   Plan

   Introduction -

   Chateaubriand and Lamartine have expressed the love of one's native land with much sincerity and feeling.
   I They have experienced and analyzed the invisible bond that unites their hearts with Brittany and Milly.
   II The signs of this bond: - regrets for one's native country; sympathy that the heart experiences for the places that recall them.
   III Elements that come into the heart in the love of one's native land, familiar and beloved visions; associations of ideas and feelings;
   - evocations of dear memories.

   Conclusion:

   Chateaubriand and Lamartine's faithfulness to their native land. - Both expressed the wish to be buried in their native country.

 

BNF NAF 16611. Plan for a school essay, 1887-1888.

 


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