francais rapport en englais

francais rapport en englais - Jason Mull 3-11-09 Franais...

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Jason Mull 3-11-09 Français Rapport I read a children’s book entitled “Shyam et Shankar,” which described the unlikely friendship between a young Indian boy (Shyam), and a monkey (Shankar). The story takes place in the Blue City, a tourist destination named for the color of its buildings. Shyam is a young street musician who sings songs to visitors near the city’s old palace. He is often visited by a monkey named Shankar, who sits in the tree above Shyam, admiring his music and dropping bananas and nuts from above. It is then revealed that Shankar (the monkey) is stealing from local merchants under the guise of a young girl. After recognizing the monkey’s tail (which protruded from his disguise) the merchants pursued him. Shankar (the afore mentioned young musician) then defends the monkey, promising to reimburse the merchants. The boy then recites a song, leading the monkey to dance, thus forming a magical performing alliance which attracts vast crowds of people. The lyrics to the boy’s song (and the story in general) envisions a world where humans and animals are aligned (“Les homes et les animaux y vivent ensemble”). The boy and
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