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A playful and satirical approach to the Middle Ages
Students will discover or re-discover Renart's novel, a set of texts from the 12th and 13th centuries, through various artistic practices: singing, reading, staging, or even visual and audiovisual creations.

These satirical and parodic texts, which tell the story of anthropomorphic animals, are some extraordinary media for telling children about the Middle Ages. The presence of these animal-characters is an anchor point for discovering a world with a distant past, and can become a source of artistic expression with multiple faces.

The link between learning through knowledge and artistic practice becomes a concrete and coherent gesture carried by the stories of the goupil.

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