Tag Archives: Gallic Books

The Foundling Boy

The Foundling Boy by Michel Déon is a modern classic of French literature published in France as Le Jeunne homme vert by Gallimard in 1975 but only recently finding its way into English. Déon is an immortel (a member of … Continue reading

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The President’s Hat – Antoine Laurain, tr. Louise Rogers Lalaurie, Emily Boyce and Jane Aitken.

The President’s Hat by Antoine Laurain, tr. Louise Rogers Lalaurie, Emily Boyce and Jane Aitken (Gallic Books, 2013)  is something else I’d been wanting to read ever since I first heard about it so I jumped at the chance to review … Continue reading

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Books that have annoyed me lately

I’m feeling a little cranky today, what with one thing and another, so I’ll see if I can get it out of my system with a minor rant about books that have annoyed me lately… First of all, there’s Freedom … Continue reading

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