Keywords: French literature, resilience, legacy, literary movements
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* Khojmatova Madinbonu Ermatjon qizi Student of the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literature, Uzbek State University of World Languages. Phone number +998971507170
* French literature has left an indelible mark on the global literary landscape with its rich tradition and exceptional writers. This article aims to explore the resilience and legacy of French literature through an analysis of key works and themes. The article will delve into significant literary movements, examine the impact of French literature on world literature, and highlight the cultural and historical context that has shaped this vibrant literary tradition.
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