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First Chapter First Paragraph: The First Noel at the Villa des Violettes

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The first Noel at the Villa des Violettes

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BOOK BEGINNINGS ON FRIDAYS

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A Very French Christmas: release day today

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A Very French Christmas:
The Greatest French Holiday Stories
of All Time

(short story collection)

 Release date: October 10, 2017
at New Vessel Press

ISBN: 978-1939931504
142 pages

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SYNOPSIS

A continuation of the very popular Very Christmas Series from New Vessel Press, this collection brings together the best French Christmas stories of all time in an elegant and vibrant collection featuring classics by Guy de Maupassant and Alphonse Daudet, plus stories by the esteemed twentieth century author Irène Némirovsky and contemporary writers Dominique Fabre and Jean-Philippe Blondel.
With a holiday spirit conveyed through sparkling Paris streets, opulent feasts, wandering orphans, kindly monks, homesick soldiers, oysters, crayfish, ham, bonbons, flickering desire, and more than a little wine, this collection encapsulates the holiday spirit and proves that the French have mastered Christmas. This is Christmas à la française—delicious, intense and unexpected, proving that nobody does Christmas like the French.

 

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