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Daudet

Alphonse . 1840--97, French novelist, short- story writer, and dramatist: noted particularly for his humorous sketches of Proven?al life, as in Lettres de mon moulin (1866)
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Garda Ian Abbey revealed the Dublin penthouse Daudet shared with his husband and occasional Airbnb guests was rented at [euro]3,000 a month.
Era un dotado esgrimista y su discipulo predilecto--en las dos esgrimas: la del florete y la de la pluma--fue Leon Daudet, el hijo de Alphonse, antisemita tan virulento como Drumont, pero mejor lector y escritor de una jerarquia muy superior.
The music from Bizet's L'Arlesienne is, after Carmen, the most familiar of his works, yet it has very rarely been heard in its original form, and will continue to be circulated as two popular orchestral suites, not as incidental music for the play by Alphonse Daudet, first performed at the Theatre du Vaudeville, Paris, in September 1872.
Hy verwys na bekendes voor hom (Milton, Daudet, Sontag en Sagan) wat hul siektes kreatief benader het en hoe hy nou selektief moet wees in terme van wat hy lees en luister sodat die stres--en daarmee die pyn--kan wegbly.
Ceci me rappelle Alphonse Daudet dans l'un de ses romans oE il y a un titre qui degage en moi le travail de la recherche.
No one is spared: political friend and foe, model, member, and enemy of the Cercle zutique, Francois Coppee and Alphonse Daudet (both of whom wrote works condemning the Paris Commune), Napoleon III, and even Verlaine and Baudelaire.
En 1904, avec d'autres femmes: Madame Alphonse Daudet et Judith Gautier (la fille de Theophile Gautier), Helene Vacaresco, Anna de Noailles a initie le prix [much less than]Vie Heureuse[much greater than] qui deviendra plus tard le prix [much less than]Femina[much greater than], recom pensant la meilleure ceuvre frangaise ecrite en prose ou en poesie.
She minimizes the influence of Charles Maurras in this regard, traditionally seen as the vieux maitre influencing the Jeune droite, in favour of Leon Daudet and Henri Massis, who were more inclined to use journalism and essays concerning culture and aesthetics as political weapons than old-fashioned monarchism and literature.
A saber: la preponderancia que el realismo y el naturalismo de Tolstoi, Daudet y Zola tiene para Instantaneas y la importancia que tiene la escuela francesa vinculada al decadentismo, el parnasianismo y el modernismo para Pluma i Lapiz.
Mme Charpentier was the wife of Georges Charpentier, the affluent publisher of Zola, Maupassant, Daudet, Huysmans and the Goncourts; and the portrait is described in Le Temps Retrouve, the final section of Proust's great novel.
The second part, dealing mostly with the influence of emigre Jews from the East and, more briefly, with the anarchists' relationship with things American, is generally also interesting, although not always very novel, as are those sections of the first part dealing with the case of Germaine Berton or the death of Philippe Daudet.
Roland Petit's L'Arlesienne (1974) had more purpose, at least, for here there was a story: Danced to one of the Bizet suites of the same name and based on the short story by Alphonse Daudet, L'Arlesienne tells the story of Frederi (Benjamin Pech), a young peasant who discovers that his fiancee, Vivette (Nolwenn Daniel), has been unfaithful.