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Jules Romains

French literature, 19th & 20th century

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1POWYS
Jan 9, 2011, 1:48pm Top

Is anyone reading Jules Romains 'Les hommes de bonne volonté' ?
I am and enjoying it very much. I think he is underrated.

2Cecilturtle
Jan 9, 2011, 6:43pm Top

I admit I don't know him very well - I've read the children's classics Le docteur Knock and Les copains, both of which were quite shocking in their "naughtiness", but I've never read some of his more serious works.

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