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Mémoires de monsieur claude, chef de la police de sûreté sous le second empire, vol. 7 (classic repri - Naked Ellen Earl in La fessée ou Les mémoires de monsieur.



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Jules Amedée François Maigret [ʒyl mɛɡʁɛ] , simply Jules Maigret or Maigret to most people, is a fictional French police detective , actually a commissaire or commissioner of the Paris Brigade Criminelle ( Direction Régionale de Police Judiciaire de Paris ), created by writer Georges Simenon .

Seventy-six novels and twenty-eight short stories about Maigret were published between 1931 and 1972, starting with Pietr-le-Letton ( Peter the Lett ) and concluding with Maigret et Monsieur Charles ( Maigret and Monsieur Charles ). The Maigret stories were also adapted for television and radio.

An ambitious project by Penguin Books will see the publication of new translations of 75 books in Georges Simenon ’s Maigret series over as many months beginning in November 2013, by translators David Bellos , Anthea Bell , and Ros Schwartz . [1]

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Jules Amedée François Maigret [ʒyl mɛɡʁɛ] , simply Jules Maigret or Maigret to most people, is a fictional French police detective , actually a commissaire or commissioner of the Paris Brigade Criminelle ( Direction Régionale de Police Judiciaire de Paris ), created by writer Georges Simenon .

Seventy-six novels and twenty-eight short stories about Maigret were published between 1931 and 1972, starting with Pietr-le-Letton ( Peter the Lett ) and concluding with Maigret et Monsieur Charles ( Maigret and Monsieur Charles ). The Maigret stories were also adapted for television and radio.

An ambitious project by Penguin Books will see the publication of new translations of 75 books in Georges Simenon ’s Maigret series over as many months beginning in November 2013, by translators David Bellos , Anthea Bell , and Ros Schwartz . [1]

Charles Ogier de Batz de Castelmore, Comte d’Artagnan  (c. 1611 – 25 June 1673) served Louis XIV as captain of the Musketeers of the Guard and died at the Siege of Maastricht in the Franco-Dutch War. A fictionalized account of his life by Gatien de Courtilz de Sandras formed the basis for the d’Artagnan Romances of Alexandre Dumas, most famously including The Three Musketeers . The heavily fictionalized version of d’Artagnan featured in Dumas’ works and their subsequent screen adaptations is now far more widely known than the real historical figure.

D’Artagnan had a career in espionage for Cardinal Mazarin, in the years after the first Fronde. Due to d’Artagnan’s faithful service during this period, Louis XIV entrusted him with many secret and delicate situations that required complete discretion. He followed Mazarin during his exile in 1651 in the face of the hostility of the aristocracy. In 1652 d’Artagnan was promoted to lieutenant in the Gardes Françaises, then to captain in 1655. In 1658, he became a second lieutenant in the newly reformed Musketeers. This was a promotion, as the Musketeers were far more prestigious than the Gardes-Françaises.

D’Artagnan’s role among the Musketeers is one of leadership (his skills and brains impress the musketeers greatly), but he is also regarded as a sort of protégé given his youth and inexperience. The musketeers (especially Athos) see him not only as a best friend and fellow musketeer (despite his initial job as a guard) but as a son. They are very protective of him, though they usually let him take care of himself like the others.

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Authors: A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z   other  

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Jules Amedée François Maigret [ʒyl mɛɡʁɛ] , simply Jules Maigret or Maigret to most people, is a fictional French police detective , actually a commissaire or commissioner of the Paris Brigade Criminelle ( Direction Régionale de Police Judiciaire de Paris ), created by writer Georges Simenon .

Seventy-six novels and twenty-eight short stories about Maigret were published between 1931 and 1972, starting with Pietr-le-Letton ( Peter the Lett ) and concluding with Maigret et Monsieur Charles ( Maigret and Monsieur Charles ). The Maigret stories were also adapted for television and radio.

An ambitious project by Penguin Books will see the publication of new translations of 75 books in Georges Simenon ’s Maigret series over as many months beginning in November 2013, by translators David Bellos , Anthea Bell , and Ros Schwartz . [1]

Charles Ogier de Batz de Castelmore, Comte d’Artagnan  (c. 1611 – 25 June 1673) served Louis XIV as captain of the Musketeers of the Guard and died at the Siege of Maastricht in the Franco-Dutch War. A fictionalized account of his life by Gatien de Courtilz de Sandras formed the basis for the d’Artagnan Romances of Alexandre Dumas, most famously including The Three Musketeers . The heavily fictionalized version of d’Artagnan featured in Dumas’ works and their subsequent screen adaptations is now far more widely known than the real historical figure.

D’Artagnan had a career in espionage for Cardinal Mazarin, in the years after the first Fronde. Due to d’Artagnan’s faithful service during this period, Louis XIV entrusted him with many secret and delicate situations that required complete discretion. He followed Mazarin during his exile in 1651 in the face of the hostility of the aristocracy. In 1652 d’Artagnan was promoted to lieutenant in the Gardes Françaises, then to captain in 1655. In 1658, he became a second lieutenant in the newly reformed Musketeers. This was a promotion, as the Musketeers were far more prestigious than the Gardes-Françaises.

D’Artagnan’s role among the Musketeers is one of leadership (his skills and brains impress the musketeers greatly), but he is also regarded as a sort of protégé given his youth and inexperience. The musketeers (especially Athos) see him not only as a best friend and fellow musketeer (despite his initial job as a guard) but as a son. They are very protective of him, though they usually let him take care of himself like the others.

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