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Le Tour de la France par deux enfants

by G. Bruno

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Au lendemain de la guerre de 1870, deux enfants, André et Julien, parcourent la France. Sur les pas de ces deux jeunes Lorrains patriotes, le lecteur découvre la vie des métiers et les nouvelles techniques de la première Révolution industrielle. Un témoignage extraordinaire sur une époque, à travers 'le livre de lecture' de nombreuses générations de Français. Dans son Cheval d'orgueil, Jakez-Hélias l'appelle 'le livre'... C'est devenu un document irremplaçable sur la vie quotidienne en France à la fin du XIXème siècle.
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