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Chandannagar

(shändĕrnägôr`) or

Chandernagore

(chŭn'dərnəgôr`), city (1991 pop. 122,351), West Bengal state, E India, on the Hugli River, a suburb of Kolkata (Calcutta). Founded by the French in 1686, it was of great commercial importance until the 19th cent. It was ceded by France and became part of India in 1951.
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It has antique style studding and wood turned castor feet ANTIQUE LOOK: The Chandernagor, left, has a definite antique look about it.
Die beskrywing van die historiese romanskryfster Francoise Chandernagor (2002:36) lui soos volg:
Op die webwerf van die Memorial (22) word Francoise Chandernagor se La chambre (wat as "roman" op die omslag van die 2002-Gallimard uitgawe getipeer word) in dieselfde asem as die DNS-resultate van 2000 genoem.
Chandernagor (2002:210) skilder die portret van 'n weeskind wie se ouers deur die vier inure van 'n tronkkamer vervang word en waar hy in donker afsondering die laaste maande van sy lewe deurbring:
The end of both a marriage and its accompanying false sense of security is told most movingly and emotionally accurately by Francoise Chandernagor, author of L'Alle du Roi and of L'Enfant des Lumieres.
Although in many ways the length is justified, since Chandernagor takes us through the emotionally draining process of reacting to betrayal, this reader felt at times a desire for brevity ("enough already").
de Maintenon, Francoise Chandernagor has vividly recreated the language of the time and life as it was lived in the Marais in the seventeenth century.