14 edition of The pull of the ocean found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Tom Thumb. English|
|Statement||Jean-Claude Mourlevat ; translated from the French by Y. Maudet|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.M8646 Pu 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||190 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||190|
|ISBN 10||0385733488, 0385903642|
|ISBN 10||9780385733489, 9780385903646|
|LC Control Number||2006001802|
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The Pull of the Ocean ENG1D Youth Fiction Summative Evaluation Presentation By: Ken Lumsden! Teacher: Mr. Friedrich Symbolism By: Jean-Claude Mourlevat 3 symbols from my novel 1. The first symbol is their family home. Their home represents the pain and abuse that they get from. Pull Request Acceptance and Deleting Your Branch. Congratulations! If your pull request has been accepted, you have successfully made a contribution to an open-source software project! At this point, you will need to pull the changes you made back into your fork through your local : Lisa Tagliaferri.
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The Pull of the Ocean is a fabulous quick read that will keep the reader intrigued page after page. One of the most unique and captivating aspects was the narration by each character in a given scene. I thought this was quite a distinctive and refreshing style. The author has an incredible ability to create a vivid character and scene /5(10).
Yes, I'm an adult who reads children's books like Mourlevat's The Pull of the Ocean. I can't help it. As a kid, I've only read Disney classics sent directly by my aunties from the States, the Ladybird books available at the biggest bookstore chain (The Princess and the Pea was my favorite), The Sweet Valley Twins series loaned to me by a school friend, and a mysterious hardbound book of /5.
On a stormy night, little Yann Doutreleau wakes up his six older brothers, all twins. He lets them know that they must flee their home—or risk being killed by their violent father.
Without question, the siblings follow Yann into the wet darkness. And so begins their remarkable odyssey toward the ocean—as well as an unforgettable story of social worker investigating the 4/5(7).
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The Pull of the Ocean by Jean-Claude Mourlevat (translated by Y. Maudet) Bibliographic Data Mourlevat, Jean-Claude. The Pull of the Ocean. Trans. by Y Maudet. New York: Delacourt Press.
ISBN Plot Summary Loosely based on Charles Perrault’s Tom Thumb, and told through the reflections of a variety of characters, The Pull of the. The Pull of the Ocean Jean-Claude Mourlevat, Author, Y.
Maudet, Translator, trans. from the French by Y. Maudet. Delacorte $ (p) ISBN The Pull of the Ocean by Jean-Claude Mourlevat,Delacorte Press edition, in English - 1st edPages: The pull of the ocean Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English.
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ADVERTISEMENT. Product Details I believe The Pull of the Ocean is a good read. It is a captivating story and the ending is a true surprise. TeensReadToo: More than 1 year ago: Yann is the seventh son, and the only one born alone /5(9).
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Get this from a library. The pull of the ocean. [Jean-Claude Mourlevat] -- Loosely based on Charles Perrault's "Tom Thumb," seven brothers in modern-day France flee their poor parents' farm, led by the youngest who, although mute and unusually small, is exceptionally wise.
The Pull of The Ocean is about seven brothers. Out of the seven brothers there are 3 sets of is Remy and Fabien who are the Paul and Pierre, who come second and Victor and Max who come last.
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In this modern adaptation of "Tom Thumb," seven brothers leave the home of their abusive parents in a quest to find the ocean. They follow the lead of the youngest, ten-year-old Yann, who is small and mute, but incredibly wise. This French recasting of Perrault's Tom Thumb into a surreal contemporary version is both mesmerizing and strange.
Very short chapters, each told in different voices, recount the tale of the seven Doutreleau brothers: three pairs of twins and Yann, the youngest, who is a little person and mute. Yet his brothers understand him, and when he says that their rough and unkempt parents are going to. What Lives In The Ocean.
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