French IV students indulge with “un petit déjeuner”

Madame Price’s French IV class is reading a short story by Albert Camus, a renowned Noble Prize Winner. In the story, Jean, a young couple is standing in front of a << pâtisserie>> (bakery) reminiscing of their earlier days in their impoverished neighborhood. The bakery is symbolic of the riches of life which they cannot afford. Such a precious story. Paul, a renowned  bakery has opened across from Wegman’s in Burlington. Today Madame Price’s French IV class will be having << un petit déjeuner>> (breakfast) to celebrate one of Camus’ classics.

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