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Anatole France

A French writer and poet, he’s known for La Rotisserie de la Reine Pedauque; Thais; Les dieux ont soif, along with other functions. He was granted the Nobel Reward for Books. Before posting his 1st poetry collection in 1867, he worked well like a librarian for the French Senate. He was an associate from the Académie française. He previously a daughter called Suzanne along with his 1st wife, Valiere. He wedded his second wife, Emma Laprevotte, in 1920. He was the motivation for the type of Bergotte in Marcel Proust’s Searching for Lost Time.

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