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by Philippe Chalmin,Jean-Louis Gombeaud,Charles Prager

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ISBN:
0133573028
Author:
Philippe Chalmin,Jean-Louis Gombeaud,Charles Prager
Category:
Investing
Language:
English
Publisher:
Prentice Hall (January 1, 1989)
Pages:
380 pages
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1304 kb
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Charles-Louis Philippe (4 August 1874 – 21 December 1909) French novelist, was born in Cérilly, Allier, Auvergne, on 4 August 1874, and died in Paris on 21 December 1909. Son of a village clogmaker, Charles-Louis Philippe rose from his modest background first to secondary education via a grant, then to the world of letters. However, he remained attached to the class of his birth.