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  1. Jun 11, 2018 · DAUDET, Alphonse. Nationality: French. Born: Nîmes, 13 May 1840. Education: Educated in Lyons. Military Service: National Guard, 1870. Family: Married Julia Allard in 1867; two sons and one daughter. Career: Pupil-teacher, 1855-56; school usher, Collège d'Alais, 1857; secretary for Duc de Morny, 1860-65.

  2. Alphonse Daudet naît à Nîmes le 13 mai 1840, dans une famille catholique et légitimiste 2. Son père Vincent Daudet (1806-1875), dont les ancêtres sont cévenols, est tisserand et négociant en soieries. Sa mère Adeline est la fille d’Antoine Reynaud 3, un riche négociant en soie ardéchois 4, 5.

  3. Alphonse Daudet is considered to be one of the most iconic names of French literature. Unlike many famous writers in world history, Alphonse wasn’t very well educated, and wrote his first novel at the age of fourteen. Many of Alphonse’s works drew inspiration from instances of his life.

  4. May 11, 2002 · Alphonse Daudet (1840-1897) is a substantially forgotten writer nowadays. Novelist, playwright, journalist, he is viewed as a sunny humorist and clear stylist, creator in Lettres De Mon Moulin and...

  5. Letters from My Windmill (French: Lettres de mon moulin) is a collection of short stories by Alphonse Daudet first published in its entirety in 1869. Some of the stories had been published earlier in newspapers or journals such as Le Figaro and L'Evénement as early as 1865.

  6. Louis Marie Alphonse Daudet was a French novelist. He was the younger brother of Ernest Daudet. He was married to Julia Daudet and the father of Léon Daudet, Lucien Daudet and Edmée Daudet, all writers. Family on both sides belonged to the bourgeoisie.

  7. May 6, 2015 · Alphonse Daudet (doh-day) is among the most durable of the literary figures of France in the last half of the nineteenth century, as well as one of the most prolific of his generation.

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