Alphonse Daudet  

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Alphonse Daudet (May 13, 1840December 16, 1897) was a French naturalist novelist, often called the French Dickens, but this title is also attributed to Hugo and Balzac.

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Major works, and works in English translation (date given of first translation). For a complete bibliography see Alphonse Daudet Bibliography




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