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Stories by Daudet and Coppée by Alphonse…

Stories by Daudet and Coppée

by Alphonse Daudet, François Joachim Edouard Coppée

Other authors: Arthur Ransome (Editor)

Series: The world's story tellers (1910)

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Alphonse Daudetprimary authorall editionscalculated
Coppée, François Joachim Edouardmain authorall editionsconfirmed
Ransome, ArthurEditorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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Alphonse Daudet was born at Nîmes on May 13, 1840.

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The harnessing of authors cheek by jowl to trot in the same cart is always a hazardous experiment.

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I was very late in going to school that morning, and I was very much afraid I should be scolded, especially since M. Hamel had told us that he would question us upon the principles, and I did know a word of them.

The last class : a little Alsatian's story, by Daudet.
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First published as The world's story tellers : stories by Daudet and Coppée (London & Edinburgh : T. C. & E. C. Jack, 1910 ; xxxii, 168 pp.), and later as The last class and other stories (T. C. & E. C. Jack ; col. frontis. by Dudley Heath). This book contains eight stories by Daudet, 'The last class', 'The seige of Berlin', The child spy', 'The old people', 'The pope's mule', 'House for sale', 'A Fifteenth of August decoration' and 'An act of violence', and six by Coppée, 'The sunset', 'The Italian organ', 'The white frock', 'Mammy Nunu', 'The convalescent' and 'Two old bachelors'. Please do not combine with different combinations of stories.
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