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The Last Lesson
Transcript of The Last Lesson
Father: Vincent Daudet
Brother: unknown (studied journalism)
Married in 1867 to Julia Allard (she was also a writter)
Died: December 16th 1867 in Paris The Message: "Don`t take anything for granted" The character never realized how lucky he was to be able to take a French class. His last lesson, he pays attention and actually found it easy and interesting. He regretted wanting to skip that morning. The Antagonist: The government/war, they are taking away their right to learn in French. It is ridiculous and impossible to make a pigeon sing in a certain "language" and it should be your own right to learn in your own language