At 00:46 22/02/00 +0100, David Mighetto wrote:
>I'm steel looking for French concordances (full or DEMO) on-line.
>Does anybody know if there are some URLs that lead me to something I can
>use on the Internet?
The largest French database is FRANTEXT, but the access is restrcited and
you need to subscribe:
Apart from the already mentioned free resources (ABU, etc.), you can also
Balzac : http://220.127.116.11/~brunet/BALZAC/index.html
Rabelais : http://18.104.22.168/rabelais.html (old French, though)
There are also French concordances on a few works at
but the site is growing.
You can also use the BNF site, which offers full text search, although the
result is not presented in form of KWIC lines and is a bit difficult to use:
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