The Agrégation d'anglais is the French civil service exam that English majors take to be certified to teach English in French universities or high schools. This exam requires the study of set literary works by English-language authors, as well as humanities topics of importance to the English-speaking world. The Library staff has identified which books in the collection are relevant to this year's exam questions, and tagged them in the online catalog.
Critical articles are available in the Library's print and digital periodical collections, including literary criticism, historical surveys, articles of general interest, and topical news stories. These resources are invaluable to not only students, but for teachers developing their course plans as well. For more information on consulting our periodical collections see Digital Databases, Explore the Collection, or contact the Reference Librarian.
Agrégation d'anglais - Programme 2016-2017
Search our catalog for books relating to:
Jane Austen. Sense and Sensibility  & Film adaptation by Ang Lee 
Willa Cather. My Antonia 
James Fenimore Cooper. The Last of the Mohicans 
Don DeLillo. Falling Man 
Louis MacNeice. The Burning Perch 
Caryl Phillips. Crossing the River 
William Shakespeare. As You Like It 
La Glorieuse Révolution (1688-1701)
Les Républicains, de Dwight D. Eisenhower à George W. Bush (1952-2008)
Le Royaume-Uni à l'épreuve de la crise, 1970-1979
Agrégation d'anglais general resources