Bel-Ami

Bel-Ami

subtitled: “The History of a Scoundrel.” [Fr. Lit.: Bel-Ami]
See: Irony
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An excerpt from Guy de Maupassant's novel Bel-Ami (1885) was applied to the wall opposite the drawings: "There'll be millions, billions of individuals born who will all have, within the space of a few centimeters, a nose, eyes, a forehead, cheeks, and a mouth as I have .
Her Bel-Ami 2003 is a Merlot-based RosA that's earthy and powerful.
Even more, he proceeds to illustrate how Pidmohyl'nyj closely followed Maupassant's novel Bel-Ami in plot, narrative technique, and philosophical undertones in his own novel, Misto (The City).
We were staying at the Hotel Bel-Ami in Rue Benoit, literally at stone's throw from the church of St Germain des-Pres and the local Metro station.
Where to stay: She stayed at the four star Hotel Bel-Ami, situated in aconverted 18th century print works on Rue St Benoit, in the heart of St Germain des-Pres.