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The Works Of Alphonse Daudet

Author : Alphonse Daudet
ISBN : 101118270X
Genre : History
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Category: History

Alphonse Daudet

Author : Leon Daudet
ISBN : 9781434482303
Genre : History
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Leon Daudet's memoir of Alphonse Daudet. Also included is "The Daudet Family" (Mon Frere et Moi).
Category: History

Kings In Exile

Author : Alphonse Daudet
ISBN : 9781434484505
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This edition of "Kings in Exile" is a translation by Virginia Camplin. [Facsimile reprint of the 1879 edition.]
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Monday Tales Illustrated Edition

Author : Alphonse Daudet
ISBN : 1434468550
Genre : Fiction
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This edition of "Monday Tales" is illustrated by Adrien Moreau. Translated into English from the original French by Marian McIntyre.
Category: Fiction


Author : Alphonse Daudet
ISBN : UOM:39015017693857
Genre : Fiction
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Daudet based 'Sappho' on his love affair with Chien Vert, a notorious tart. He wrote it when he was already beginning to suffer from the syphilitic paralysis which eventually killed him, and the story is a moral tale intended for his sons to read at 20. It is an evocative portrait of a glorious demi-mondaine, an artist's model still more moving that the works she inspires. Sappho's helplessness and sexual beauty are responsible for the progressive moral and spiritual collapse of her lover. The book is a set-piece illustrating the mauling decadence inflicts on hope.
Category: Fiction

Little What S His Name Le Petit Chose French Classics

Author : Alphonse Daudet
ISBN : 9781595691057
Genre : Fiction
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Little What's-His-Name (Le Petit Chose) - Alphonse Daudet's (1840-1897) first published, though not his first written, novel - appeared in 1868. The first part was composed in that Southern France it describes so charmingly; its first chapters form one of the most touching of autobiographies. In the second part Daudet has to tell of the struggles of an idealistic young poet in the selfish, devouring whirlpool of Paris. The whole book seems to bear the impress of the circumstances under which it was written. It is full of the milk of human kindness. --- When Daudet wrote Le Petit Chose in his early manhood, he succeeded in producing one of the most delightfully idyllic of his works, one that will probably continue to be read as long as any of the more powerful novels of his prime. It is one of the most perfect representations in literature of childhood's hopes and fears and of youth's aspirations and defeats. It is perfect because it is real. --- Enjoy to the full one of the purest and most exquisite stories of youthful experience to be found in French or in any other literature. (W. P. Trent)
Category: Fiction