Madame Bovary: Moeurs de province

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Extrait : "Charles fut surpris de la blancheur de ses ongles. Ils étaient brillants, fins du bout, plus nettoyés que les ivoires de Dieppe, et taillés en amande. Sa main pourtant n’était pas belle, point assez pâle, peut-être, et un peu sèche aux phalanges ; elle était trop longue aussi, et sans molles inflexions de lignes sur les contours."
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Primento
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Published on
Jan 30, 2015
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Pages
470
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ISBN
9782335002409
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Language
French
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Genres
Fiction / Classics
Fiction / General
Fiction / Historical
Fiction / Literary
Fiction / Psychological
Literary Collections / European / French
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