Fb2 The woman and the miser (The French writers of Canada series) ePub
by Claude-Henri Grignon
|Publisher:||Harvest House (1978)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1997 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1779 kb|
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Claude-Henri Grignon (July 8, 1894 – April 3, 1976) was a French-Canadian novelist, journalist and politician, best known for his novel Un Homme et son péché. Grignon was born in Sainte-Adèle, Quebec. He was a cousin of writer Germaine Guèvremont. Grignon began working as a journalist in 1916, writing for a number of publications in Quebec, including La Minerve, Le Matin, Le Canada, Le Petit Journal, La Revue populaire, La Renaissance and Bataille.
This book has become an integral part of our French Quebec culture, so much so that we use the subject's name "Séraphin" as common expression whenever one wants to depict over the tope cheapness
This book has become an integral part of our French Quebec culture, so much so that we use the subject's name "Séraphin" as common expression whenever one wants to depict over the tope cheapness. This has been the case now for decades and I would not be surprised to see this end up in my own vocabulary as of now.
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Claude-Henri Grignon, Writer: Un homme et son péché. Claude-Henri Grignon was born on July 8, 1894 in Sainte-Adèle, Quebec, Canada. Claude-Henri Grignon (1894–1976). Claude-Henri Grignon was born on July 8, 1894 in Sainte-Adèle, Quebec, Canada See full bio . Born: July 8, 1894 in Sainte-Adèle, Quebec, Canada.
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