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The Works Of Alphonse Daudet: Sappho, To Which Is Added Between The Flies And The Footlights; Tr. By G. B. Ives; Volume 16 Of The Works Of Alphonse Daudet; Charles De Kay
Alphonse Daudet, George Burnham Ives, Jane Minot Sedgwick, Katharine Prescott Wormeley, Olive Edward Palmer, Marian McIntyre, Charles De Kay, Mary Louise Hendee, Ernest Daudet, Léon Daudet
Little, Brown, 1899
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Alphonse Daudet est ne dans le Gard le 13 mai 1840. Il quitte tot les bancs de l ecole pour venir a dix-sept ans a Paris, en quete d une carriere litteraire. Il publie ses poemes ("Les Amoureuses" en 1858), puis ses romans ("Le Petit Chose", "Tartarin de Tarascon", "Sapho" ) qui fondent, petit a petit, sa notoriete. Il travaille comme journaliste et secretaire particulier, et rencontre, dans les salons, les grandes figures de son temps, notamment Flaubert, Zola et Edmond de Goncourt, avec qui il noue une relation intime.
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