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FRIT-F375 Un Village Francais Episode 7 Notes

by: Kathryn Brinser

FRIT-F375 Un Village Francais Episode 7 Notes FRIT-F375

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"La Loterie" / "The Lottery"
Literary Themes and Culture (Nazi Occupation of France)
Oana Panaite
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kathryn Brinser on Friday September 16, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to FRIT-F375 at Indiana University taught by Oana Panaite in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Literary Themes and Culture (Nazi Occupation of France) in French at Indiana University.


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Date Created: 09/16/16
Episode 7- La Loterie (le 10 janvier 1941)  Henri in gentlemen’s lounge o Won 150,000 francs o Alfred found dead in private room- friend since childhood, both won lottery  Thinks the woman Alfred was with stole his wallet  Henri at station, talking with Judith about Alfred o Woman from Berthe’s (lounge) in jail cell o Marchetti comes back, found nothing but love letter to Natasha (prostitute- real name Odile) in Alfred’s writing o Henri thought he knew Alfred better  Daniel going to visit Marcel, won’t let Gustave come o Spent time with needy- promised to give them extra tickets (?)  Henri interrogating Odile harshly o “A customer doesn’t write a whore poems”- she was his mistress o She won’t admit anything- Henri slaps and chokes her o She took wallet to protect information in it from Germans  Daniel takes drawing from Gustave for Marcel o Sees Marchetti and Hortense being amicable, looks suspicious  Kurt comes into classroom, flirts with Lucienne o Plays her violin- she needs to get it fixed on other side of line o Kurt has day off  Marchetti takes Gustave to toy fundraiser o Selling toys that children left behind in war o Money going to homeless o Stop in front of post office- Suzanne comes out  Daniel visits Marcel o Still don’t get along great o Marcel sees drawing, notices man drawn in jail o Daniel met with prefect- Marcel could get out quicker because Daniel has favor  Must swear in writing to stop all political activity  Doesn’t want to sign- thinks Gustave won’t approve when he’s older o Slipped Marcel 1 cigarette (forbidden)  Lucienne meeting violin maker- bridge closed o Not allowed to even pass violin over o Man gets beaten for honking car horn, didn’t do it o Kurt reprimands soldier- have orders to be civil o Kurt gets violin across, offers to meet by river o Talk about music on way back to Villeneuve  Henri and Judith talking about Natasha- part of Resistance o Gets German secrets from soldiers, writes them down, gives them to Alfred, gives them to ? o Lies to Marchetti- freed her because he was drunk when he arrested her; she didn’t steal wallet  Marchetti says Gustave recognized Suzanne o Arrested her, going to be interrogated in Dijon o Servier gave Marchetti permission  Kurt and Lucienne talking by river o See Lorrain exchanging meat on black market o Can’t arrest them- seen with Lucienne, not allowed  Henri talking to Natasha about Resistance o Both bounce on bed to make noise- avoid suspicion o She burned everything in wallet except photo, following Alfred’s order- lottery ticket gone o Only thing left is photo with message o She only knows that de Gaulle and London involved in running Resistance network  Daniel comes back, tells Gustave about visit o Gustave mentions he got toy duck at fundraiser with Jean o Hortense knew about paper to get Marcel out; tells him Suzanne was arrested  Got adoption papers for Tequiero o Knows Jean ignored that biological father came to get him for Hortense- thinks they made deal together o Knows Jean likes her o Hortense swears nothing happened  M. Bériot talks with Lucienne o Hear Germans practicing for concert to celebrate Mozart  Marchetti tells Daniel that Suzanne confessed about fliers o Could get him out earlier o Daniel says they found him an apartment- can see disappointment  Henri and Judith live together o Henri says he must meet Natasha’s liaison in Essarts- owes it to Alfred o Judith doesn’t want him to go  M. Bériot telling stories to Lucienne’s class o Shot outside- goes to check o Soldier shot himself in leg during drill- Lucienne relieved Kurt not hurt  Marchetti asks Hortense to tell Daniel thank you/Gustave goodbye o Invites him for dinner sometimes  Kurt comes into classroom after school- asks Lucienne to fill in in concert  Henri going to meet liaison o People coming out of church, being watched o Someone blows whistle, gunshots (?) o Sits down at table in café with Marie- pretends he sees her often o Man comes in, singles Henri out o Introduces himself (?) o Asked why he’s on South side of line- asks man same question (German) o Says they will meet again o Man was shot/arrested- Henri was following him?


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