Short summary - Ce que disent les fleurs - What the flowers say - George Sand - Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin

French literature summaries - 2021

Short summary - Ce que disent les fleurs - What the flowers say
George Sand - Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin

Micro-narration: The girl listened to the conversations of flowers, they argued about which of them is more beautiful. The breeze was talking about how his father tore off his wings.
One girl was very tormented that she could not make out what the flowers were talking about. Her botany teacher stated that flowers cannot speak, but the girl stood her ground. When she passed the flowers, they said incredulously, “Shh! Be quiet, or the curious girl overhears you. "
One day the girl managed to overhear what they were talking about. The flowers were arguing about who was more beautiful. All the flowers were jealous of the rose, and the girl did not like that they were judging each other.
And the breeze told the rosehip flowers how his father ordered him to destroy all living things, but the scent of the rose softened his feelings and he took pity on her. For this, his father punished him and tore off his wings. Rosehip flowers were very glad that the breeze stayed with them.