Monsieur Bergeret in Paris by Anatole France

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Monsieur Bergeret in Paris

Publisher: John Lane Co.
Number of pages: 299

This novel was an autobiographical tale in which the hero, Monsieur Bergeret, a thoughtful man of letters who had formerly held himself aloof from political strife, was drawn onto the public stage because of the Dreyfus Affair, just as Anatole France had been.

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