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Books ship from the US and Ireland. Book Description Paperback. Not Signed; This collection of French short stories in translation expands our idea of French writing by including new stories by women writers and by authors of Francophone origin. Spanning the centuries from the late eighteenth to the late twentieth, the collection opens with a rumbustious tale from the Marqu. Elizabeth Fallaize. Publisher: Oxford University Press , This specific ISBN edition is currently not available. View all copies of this ISBN edition:.

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