Les Desenchantees

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Pierre Loti, né Louis Marie Julien Viaud, (1850-1923) est un écrivain français. Officier de marine, ses voyages lui ont inspiré beaucoup de ses romans, dont l'un des plus connus est Pêcheur d'Islande (1886). Il est également connu pour son admiration envers la Turquie. En 1867, il entre à l'École navale de Brest. En 1872, il découvre Tahiti lors d'une escale et écrit Le Mariage de Loti (1880). Il avait reçu de la reine Pomaré le surnom de Loti et tenu à une certaine réserve du fait de sa qualité d'officier de ...
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Pierre Loti, né Louis Marie Julien Viaud, (1850-1923) est un écrivain français. Officier de marine, ses voyages lui ont inspiré beaucoup de ses romans, dont l'un des plus connus est Pêcheur d'Islande (1886). Il est également connu pour son admiration envers la Turquie. En 1867, il entre à l'École navale de Brest. En 1872, il découvre Tahiti lors d'une escale et écrit Le Mariage de Loti (1880). Il avait reçu de la reine Pomaré le surnom de Loti et tenu à une certaine réserve du fait de sa qualité d'officier de marine, il adoptera ce pseudonyme à partir de 1876. En 1881, il est promu lieutenant de vaisseau et publie son premier roman signé "Pierre Loti", Le Roman d'un Spahi. En 1883, il embarque sur l'Atalante pour participer à la campagne du Tonkin et publie le récit, heure par heure, de la prise de Hué dans Trois Journées de Guerre en Annam, texte qui paraît dans les colonnes du Figaro. Autres oeuvres comprennent: Mon Frère Yves (1883), Madame Chrysanthème (1887), Les Derniers Jours de Pékin (1902) et L'Inde sans les Anglais (1903).
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  • ISBN-13: 9781409952879
  • Publisher: Dodo Press
  • Publication date: 11/28/2008
  • Language: French
  • Pages: 278
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.63 (d)

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