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HalÚvy, Ludovic: Parisian Points of View, v.1, 19 July 2008.
Translated by Edith V.B. Matthews. With Introduction by Brander Matthews (1894).
Ludovic HalÚvy (1834-1908) wrote the libretto for Offenbach’s ‘Orpheus in the Underworld’ (the one with the can-can). This is a collection of Parisian sketches, which are good-humoured and yet ironic, and which may appeal to those who like Maupassant’s short stories.
Only a Waltz
The Circus Charger
The Most Beautiful Woman in Paris
The Story of a Ball-Dress
The Chinese Ambassador
In The Express
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