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Le Duel

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Le Duel (1906)

Le Duel (The Duel) is a French book collecting 7 short stories written by various authors including Arthur Conan Doyle, published by Félix Juven in their series "Le Roman romanesque" No. 41, in september 1906.

The 4th story is Arthur Conan Doyle's Sweethearts (1894) translated in French. Unknown translator.



Content

  • Le Duel, by A. Kouprine
  • L'Oreille d'ours, by André Theuriet
  • Le Déménagement de la baronne, by Brada
  • Amoureux, by Arthur Conan Doyle
  • Le Verger, by Paul Hubert
  • Avant l'heure, by René Maizeroy
  • Le Grand juge, by Maurice Montégut


Amoureux





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