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What Made The Ancient Roman Empire So Successful? | Metropolis | Timeline


Rome would never have made it into the history books without the backing of its huge military apparatus. The life and the incredible luxury the ancient city of over a million inhabitants enjoyed was only made possible through the exploitation of its colonies, a course of action that never would have been possible without its troops. 📺 It's like Netflix for history... Sign up to History Hit, the world's best history documentary service and get 50% off using the code 'TIMELINE' 🤍 You can find more from us on: 🤍 🤍 🤍 This channel is part of the History Hit Network. Any queries, please contact owned-enquiries🤍

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Avec son roman "Cocoaïans", Gauz' livre une prose audacieuse aux saveurs de chocolat acidulé


Le nouveau livre signé par Gauz' raconte l'histoire politique de la fève de cacao, entre la douceur du chocolat et l'amertume du cacao. Dans "Cocoaïans (Naissance d'une nation chocolat)", l'écrivain militant remonte aux origines de la culture et du commerce de cette précieuse ressource qui traduisent les rapports de domination imposés par l'Occident aux pays producteurs d'Afrique. Invité de cette édition, il parle aussi du "Front de libération des classiques africains", de sa maisons d'édition qui rachète les droits d'auteurs classiques du continent et de son coup de cœur pour "Stardust", de la romancière Léonora Miano. En savoir plus avec notre article : 🤍 🔔 Abonnez-vous à notre chaîne sur YouTube : 🤍 🔴 En DIRECT - Suivez FRANCE 24 ici : 🤍 🌍 Retrouvez toute l’actualité internationale sur notre site : 🤍 Rejoignez-nous sur Facebook : 🤍 Suivez-nous sur Twitter : 🤍 Découvrez l’actu en images sur Instagram: 🤍

New Testament Letters: Historical Context


In the New Testament, there are 21 letters or epistles written by early Christian leaders to communities of Jesus' followers in the ancient Roman world. A wise reading of these letters involves learning about their historical context. Who were the letters written to, where did the recipients live, and what prompted sending the letter? In this video, we explore the different layers of historical context with these letters, so that we can better understand the wisdom they still have to offer. #BibleProject #Epistle #NewTestament

Poetry vs Purple Prose, Writing Career Plans, & Revision Process | Writing Q&A


TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 - Intro 0:29 - Revising a first draft 1:49 - Struggling to enjoy reading as a writer 3:25 - Dream screen adaptations 4:19 - How to get started with a new novel 4:51 - Editing as you write 6:25 - Writing career plans 7:27 - Character goals in literary fiction 9:14 - When did you decide writing was what you wanted to do? 10:58 - Plans to revisit old projects 13:32 - Writing characters with different values and personalities 14:52 - Fears of stories being too similar 15:48 - Sticking with a book after the first draft 16:31 - Re-reading your writing 17:31 - Purple prose vs. poetic style 20:23 - Favourite thing you've written recently? 22:29 - Deciding where to start writing 22:58 - Beginner writers writing fanfiction 23:32 - Favourite novels 23:52 - Publishing with a small Canadian press 24:47 - How has writing changed your life? 25:55 - Balancing writing with school/work 27:24 - Writing a strong female character 28:15 - Writing fabulism RELATED VIDEOS: →Letting Projects Go: 🤍 →How to Write a Poem: 🤍 →Reality in Fiction [realism vs fabulism vs fantasy]: 🤍 →BLM petitions, donations, and resources (updating list): 🤍 / 🤍 →Anti-Racism Resource Guide: 🤍 →Issues in the World (updating): 🤍 MY SHORT FICTION: ☾I Will Never Tell You This - The Puritan: 🤍 ☾Solarium - Minola Review: 🤍 ☾Barefoot - The Fiddlehead [print only]: 🤍 ☾Wishbone - PRISM international [print only]: 🤍 ☾Wishbone - video reading: 🤍 ☾Cherry and Jane in the Garden of Eden - The Puritan: 🤍 ☾Hold Me Under Till I See the Light - The New Quarterly: 🤍 ☾Beautiful Animal - Room: 🤍 ☾Zugzwang - CBC [excerpt]: 🤍 MORE WRITING TIPS: 🤍 WRITING VLOGS: 🤍 WRITING CHATS & DISCUSSIONS: 🤍 BOOK REVIEWS: 🤍 Check out more writing and publishing videos from me over 🤍Reedsy!: 🤍 OUTRO MUSIC: "l u v t e a [acoustic]" by Autumn Keys SOCIAL Tumblr: 🤍 Ask me anything: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Goodreads: 🤍

What's the Difference between Verse & Prose?


What makes poetry different from prose? We explore the technical aspects of poetry, from meter to figurative language to genre, and the etymology and literary history that connects Ovid, Petrarch, Sappho, Shakespeare, Donne, Wordsworth, Cole Porter, Milton, Ariana Grande, Horace, & Rihanna. For more on poetics, see our videos "Poetry & Perception" 🤍 and "Sublime" 🤍 #poetry #etymology #literature Thank you to Andrei Baltuta, our newest Patreon supporter! And thank you to all our patrons. Please check out our Patreon: 🤍 Endless Knot merchandise can be found in our store: 🤍 Show notes & credits: 🤍 Transcript: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Blog: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 SoundCloud: 🤍 Podcast: 🤍 or 🤍 Click here to sign up for our video email list, to be notified when new videos are posted: 🤍 Click here to sign up for our podcast email list, to be notified when new podcast episodes go up: 🤍

Comment TROUVER sa plume d'auteur : la PROSE NARCISSIQUE


Comment éviter ce style lourd et pompeux que les lecteur fuient comme la bête noire : la prose Narcissique. ⬇️ 🎁 👇 🎁 ⬇️ 🎁 👇 🎁 ⬇️ Ebook COMMENT écrire un bon dialogue ici : 🤍 Kit de création de personnages : 🤍 Podcast sur l'écriture : _ Abonne toi ➡️ 🤍 _ #écriture écriture créative devenir écrivain comment écrire un roman auteur comment écrire un roman auteur écrivain écrire un livre écrire un roman écrire un roman écrivain auteur

#inter 1st year# very short questions#.prose & poetry.#question paper wise 15 & 16 Romans#.


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Heatless Victorian Rag Curls | Prose Hair


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What is Purple Prose?


What on Earth is Purple Prose? 🤍 As a writer, you’ve likely come across the term ‘purple prose’ on more than one occasion – usually delivered with a sneer or some inflection that marks the phrase as an unmistakeable pejorative. But if you’re something of a novice in the world of writing and publishing, you might be asking yourself each time: just what is purple prose? And why is it purple? The answer to the latter question isn’t quite as fun as “poetry written by Barney the dinosaur,” but it’s at least rather fitting in its original meaning. The reference to purple comes from Ars Poetica by Roman poet Horace, in which he wrote: Weighty openings and grand declarations often Have one or two purple patches tacked on, that gleam Far and wide, when Diana’s grove and her altar, The winding stream hastening through lovely fields, Or the river Rhine, or the rainbow’s being described. There’s no place for them here. Perhaps you know how To draw a cypress tree: so what, if you’ve been given Money to paint a sailor plunging from a shipwreck In despair?” Horace’s choice of purple supposedly owes to its symbolic nature (at the time) as an indicator of wealth and status. Those bearing a garish purple robe or cloak, for example, would stand out in a crowd – displaying their eminence and elegance for all to see. With this in mind, Horace ties the color quite directly to something else: pretentiousness. Regarding writing, purple prose is that which is needlessly long-winded, over-descriptive, and often obtuse for the reader owing to the author’s desire to sound as extravagantly verbose as possible. In most cases, these overblown passages rarely lead anywhere – they don’t take the story forward, nor focus on anything important. Instead, they take a leap from the ride and stand still, studiously inspecting the petals of a flower at the side of the road for no reason. The idea of the ‘purple patch’ isn’t restricted solely to literature, though. Horace attributes it to many types of art – such as needless detail or flair added to pieces of an otherwise simple painting, solely to appease the artist. See the point Horace raises in the excerpt shown earlier, where he poses the question of what use it is to meticulously draw a cypress tree when the focus of the work asks only for an image of a sailor falling from a wreck. In other words, it’s pointless and unnecessary. That’s purple. But of course, as an author, you’re in the business of description. After all, what are you doing if not describing stories for your readers? Settings and scenes don’t bring themselves to life on the page – it’s up to you to do that, and you have many tools at your disposal to make it happen. So how do you know when your writing is hitting the mark – keeping the ride moving while offering the reader plenty of sights to see – and when you’re turning purple, stopping to stare at time-wasting redundancies? The answer isn’t always clear (the enjoyment of art will always remain subjective), but here are a few tips to help you along the way… Be careful with metaphors, similes, and other figurative language In most cases, there’s simply no need to get figurative – a well-employed standard verb or adjective can paint the picture you’re after far more quickly, and much more clearly, than an overblown metaphor. Part of the fun of writing (and reading), though, is in discovering impressive, emotive turns of phrase, so this isn’t to say that you should avoid them entirely. Just be careful with how often, and how fittingly, you employ figurative language – it’s often a marker of amateur writing to see metaphor after metaphor and simile after simile piled one on top of another in succession, and it makes for some extremely unattractive prose... Read more at: 🤍 CREATE YOUR FREE AUTOCRIT ACCOUNT: 🤍​​ JOIN US ON: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Facebook Group - 🤍 Pinterest - 🤍 YouTube - 🤍 Finally, be sure to LIKE this video and SUBSCRIBE to the channel for more AutoCrit insights and writing tips in the future!

Novelist Francine Prose on Dropping Out of Harvard


Francine Prose is the author of inventive, comic novels. Blue Angel (2000), a humorous novel about sexual politics and academic life, was a finalist for the National Book Award. Other works include Guided Tours of Hell: Novellas (1997), Hunters & Gatherers (1995), Primitive People (1992), Bigfoot Dreams (1986), and Household Saints (1981), which was the basis for a 1993 movie starring Tracey Ullman. Her book A Changed Man (2005), is a novel about neo-Nazis and Holocaust survivors. Prose penned her first young adult novel, After (2003), as the story of a high school transformed into an Orwellian "re-education camp" after a Columbine-style shooting. She is also the author of the nonfiction book The Lives of the Muses: Nine Women and the Artists They Inspired (2002), which features profiles of Yoko Ono, Samuel Johnson's companion Hester Thrale, Salvador Dali's wife Gala, and Lewis Carroll's young friend Alice Liddell.

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Announcement: The Iliad, new prose rendition by Wesley Callihan


Wesley Callihan's new prose rendition of Homer's Iliad is out! Purchase here: 🤍 #homer #iliad #classicaleducation

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Sanderson 2012.10 - Dialogue & Prose


Brandon Sanderson’s 2012 Semester at BYU: Creative Writing, Lecture 10 This video is a mirror of the materials posted by user writeaboutdragons. I’ve linked together the parts of the lecture into a single video, and provided some notes with timestamps below. Enjoy! Notes 0:12 / Questions from the class 4:45 / Dialogue - Always tell the reader who is talking early in dialogue, unless it is really clear - A “beat” shows what someone does along side their dialogue, and then attribution is not required. Put these things on the same paragraph - - Don’t use too many beats - Readers can read dialogue really fast, and will skip a lot of the beats and attributions 13:40 / Said Bookisms - You should use “asked” and “said” in almost all your attributions; other terms will slow the story - A lot of the other bookisms are “tells” and it is better to “show” 18:46 / Replacing adjectives and passive voice - A lot of editors say “throw away your thesaurus” - - The point is don’t use a word you don’t know just to expand your vocabulary; use it to find the right word you already know - Using the right verb is the secret to good prose (adverbs and adjectives are weaker) - - Find the right verb or noun so you don’t need the adverb and adjective - - - “he walked quietly” is not as good as “he crept” - It is okay to use a word your reader might not know if your context is strong and you don’t do it too much - Cut passive/“to be” when possible - - This can be done almost every time 30:19 / Styles of prose - Brandon uses “Orwellian”: write so the prose is a pane of glass that lets you see right through to the story on the other side - - The words are as translucent as possible - Alternative is stained glass prose - - Here the word choice adjusts the story behind and the writing itself is part of the story - Purple prose is when it is done wrong. Using the wrong words 35:50 / Self publishing - Ebooks sell faster than print - Self publishing is much cheaper and easier than a few years ago (as of lecture date in 2012) - Royalties are 70% (if priced between 2.99 and 9.99 on Amazon) - The fundamentals have not changed in last 20 years, it is just much easier to do it - - Your main hurtle is still: you have to do everything yourself - - Getting shelf space is much harder without a publisher - - Having a platform is very helpful if you want to self publish - - All the marketing comes down to you - - - Most people do this with a blog 52:17 / The mechanics of self publishing - A good cover is still important; min will be $250 - Pay for a professional copy editor; couple hundred dollars 1:00:00 / Titles - Shorter titles sell better 1:04:10 / Business models for self publishing - For slow writers, self publishing can be bad for you; common model is to release as much as you can and price as low as you can, to get a reader base 1:06:32 / The benefits of traditional publishing - The publisher does a lot of things for you - Legal department - 5K-20K paid for covers easily - Assign an editor to you who can be your coach - They get you co-op space in stores and on Amazon, which is very hard to do yourself 1:18:50 / Final questions on self publishing - If you do a good job self publishing it gives you leverage with traditional publishers - Short thriller and romance books (~8K words) sell best on ebook - Middle grade is bad market for ebooks. YA/teens is fine.

Phiroze Vasunia, “The Prose of the World: Hegel, Plutarch, Herodotus”


Prof. Phiroze Vasunia (University College London) in collaboration with the National Hellenic Research Foundation and the Institute of Classical Studies, “The Prose of the World: Hegel, Plutarch, Herodotus” National Hellenic Research Foundation, November 19, 2018.

What Is Prose ?


The concept of prose is one of the topics that should be most wondered about when it comes to literature. What is Prose for you? We have compiled the subject headings determined in the form of prose examples and information about them in literature together with all the details. The subject of prose occupies an extremely important place among dec concepts of literature. For this reason, it attracts the attention of many people who want to know about the subject. For this reason, it takes its place among the dec topics about which the most research is being carried out. What is Prose? Prose is a way of expression in which only the rules of language are observed, regardless of conditions such as rhyme, vezin; prose. The word "prose", which has an Arabic origin, has the meaning of "spreading, distributing nonsense, ". In ancient times, prose writers were called nasir; articles that had a prose form were called mensur, and small pieces of prose were called mensure. The use of the term construction instead of prose has been preferred in Divan literature. In prose, the goal is to express thoughts or feelings clearly, accurately. In literary prose, various forms of expression have been developed to make the narration effective. The smallest unit of expression in prose is a sentence. Sentences of a judicial nature, declaring an action, are sorted according to a certain plan and form paragraphs. It is a well-known fact that nazm is used as a form of expression in literature, not counting before writing. The poem, which was created by following certain rules such as uyak, measure, nazim format, has the property of being the main way of expression of the genres of literature before writing because it is easy to keep in mind and memorize. Because of this, it is possible to link the development of prose to the availability of writing, in short, to the development of the written language. The first examples of prose in English literature are also found in the post-writing periods. The main types of literature written in prose format are the following: short story, novel, theater, letter, trip, essay, biography, criticism, diary, memoir, discourse. Examples of Prose in Literature and Information About Prose; in short, it is free and immeasurably plain writing. Nazim covers all types of poetry in general. Prose, on the other hand, covers all forms of literature other than poetry. So it's like theater, novels, essays and short stories. The other expression of the prose concept is prose. It is the expression of feelings and thoughts in a flat and free form, without depending on the formal qualities in the poem. ”Words in the natural form of speech" are also called prose. Prose, in other words, is expressed in literature as the art of prose. A straight and taboo way of telling that doesn't depend on any measures other than language rules. Old prose is divided into two main branches: ”plain prose“ and ”fancy prose". These:

2-Minute Writer: Poetry vs. Prose


Today's 2-Minute Writer video focuses on the difference between poetry and prose. What do those terms mean? In my video, I mention that you should use slashes to indicate line breaks in poetry. Here's what that looks like: "I have been one acquainted with the night. / I have walked out in rain—and back in rain." Subscribe to English Nerd for more helpful tips and nerdy goodness! :) Want to connect? Official website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Buy my books! Firian Rising: 🤍 Into the Unreal: 🤍 Sign up for my author newsletter and you'll get the first two chapters of my fantasy novel Firian Rising!

Gaius Gracchus | Chapter 3 | 2000 years of Latin Prose


Visit 🤍 to learn more about: ♦️ The author and his works ♦️ Audio & Video ♦️ Latin Text ♦️Keywords & Commentary ♦️English Translation Welcome to Chapter 3 of the online anthology "2000 years of Latin Prose". In today's chapter we will listen to, and read from, a speech from the Roman politician Gaius Gracchus. For all chapters of 2000 years of Latin Prose, visit: 🤍 🔹🔹 For weekly videos in Latin: 🤍 🔹🔹 Share this video: 🤍 Get more content in Latin: https//🤍 Subscribe ➜ 🤍

Where are you - pROSE


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E:-41 Prose Of Puritans :- Character Writers | Important Essayist of Early 17th Centuries


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Anglo Saxon Period: History of English Literature | Major Writers & Works


Wondering what to do sitting around at home? Let's do a little time travel & embark on a Literary Tour where Arpita is going to take you through different ages of English Literature. As the #COVID19 necessitated lockdown continues, we endeavour to bring your studies to your home. We are doing our best to ensure that you are not distanced from studies, as we all continue with social distancing! The story of English literature begins with the Germanic tradition of the Anglo-Saxon settlers. The Anglo-Saxons were prominent in the early Middle Ages, stretching from the first century up to the Renaissance, which began around the 14th century. The Anglo-Saxons invaded what is current-day England around the year 450, and were the dominant group until the Norman invasion in 1066. In this video, Arpita talks about prominent traits of Anglo Saxon Age & Old English poetry. #OldEnglishPeriod #AngloSaxonAge #EnglishLiterature Struggling to find NTA UGC NET/JRF coaching near your home? Join India's finest Online Coaching for NTA UGC NET Exam only at 🤍 Online Courses available for: ⏩ NTA UGC NET Paper 1 (General Paper) ⏩ NTA UGC NET Paper 2 (English) ⏩ PGT, TGT, SET, SLET, DSSSB (English) ⏩ M.A Entrance & Ph.D Entrance (English) To get complete details about our Online Courses: ⏩ Call/Whatsapp: +91 7976603731 ⏩ Website: 🤍 ⏩ Email: contact🤍 Follow us to receive GoNETQuiz & latest UGC NET updates: 🌎 Facebook: 🤍 🌎 Instagram: 🤍 🌎 YouTube: 🤍 🌎Telegram: 🤍 🌎 Twitter: 🤍

Prose and Conversation: Time


In which Roman waxes lyrical about Time and the nature of it. End screen: 🤍 Gallifreyan: 🤍 Roman Elsewhere: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Tumblr 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

Section 6, Conflict and Conquest, GCSE Prose Literature 2023-24


A word-by-word translation of the sixth section of the Conflict and Conquest option, from OCR GCSE Latin Prose Literature, examined in Summer 2023-2024.




Leçon - Comment différencier le vers et la prose?


Une leçon explicative de la 6e à la 3e pour comprendre la différence entre le vers et la prose dans l'écriture française.

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The BEST House in Minecraft OriginsCraft (Episode 01)


Today, I will Make the Best House in Minecraft OriginsCraft Series Episode no. 1. Hope you will show all your Love to this New Series No Like Aim ByE~! FOLLOW ME : Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 All songs by Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 🤍 #minecraft #OriginsCraft #minecraftinhindi

Ad Herennium | Chapter 4 | 2000 years of Latin Prose


Visit 🤍 to learn more about: ♦️ The author and his works ♦️ Audio & Video ♦️ Latin Text ♦️Keywords & Commentary ♦️English Translation Welcome to Chapter 4 of the online anthology "2000 years of Latin Prose". In today's chapter we will listen to, and read from, a passage about memory and the memory palace from the rhetorical manual "Ad Herennium". For all chapters of 2000 years of Latin Prose, visit: 🤍 🔹🔹 For weekly videos in Latin: 🤍 🔹🔹 Share this video: 🤍 Get more content in Latin: https//🤍 Subscribe ➜ 🤍

Mohsin Hamid's Epiphany at Politics and Prose


🤍 Mohsin Hamid shares how he learned what his novel "The Reluctant Fundamentalist" was really about, after an interaction with a Politics and Prose customer. Founded by Carla Cohen and Barbara Meade in 1984, Politics and Prose Bookstore is Washington, D.C.'s premier independent bookstore and cultural hub, a gathering place for people interested in reading and discussing books. Politics and Prose offers superior service, unusual book choices, and a haven for book lovers in the store and online. Visit them on the web at 🤍 Produced by Tom Warren

Sallustius | Chapter 9 | 2000 years of Latin Prose


Visit 🤍 to learn more about: ♦️ The author and the work ♦️ Audio & Video ♦️ Latin Text ♦️Keywords & Commentary ♦️English Translation Welcome to Chapter 9 of the online anthology "2000 years of Latin Prose". In today's chapter we will listen to, and read from, Sallustius’ famous work “Bellum Catilinae”, and we will start from the very beginning. For all chapters of 2000 years of Latin Prose, visit: 🤍 🔹🔹 For weekly videos in Latin: 🤍 🔹🔹 Share this video: 🤍 Get more content in Latin: https//🤍 Subscribe ➜ 🤍

Cato Maior | Chapter 2 | 2000 years of Latin Prose


Visit 🤍 to learn more about: ♦️ The author and his works ♦️ Audio & Video ♦️ Latin Text ♦️Keywords & Commentary ♦️English Translation Welcome to Chapter 2 of the online anthology "2000 years of Latin Prose". In today's chapter we will listen to, and read from, a passage from the Roman politician and farming enthusiast Cato Maiors' work "De Agricultura". For all chapters of 2000 years of Latin Prose, visit: 🤍 🔹🔹 For weekly videos in Latin: 🤍 🔹🔹 Share this video: 🤍 Get more content in Latin: https//🤍 Subscribe ➜ 🤍

PROSE - Half The Man


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#inter 1st year# prose & poetry #sandharbhalu#.question paper wise 5 & 6 Romans#


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Bros with Prose


In light of poetry month, FM writers ask Bros to eloquently read some poetry and prose. The recite the works of greater writers past, to provide viewers with entertainment that lasts.

Francine Prose: Lovers at the Chameleon Club


Friends and fans gathered at Bookmarc NYC to celebrate Francine Prose's latest novel "Lovers at the Chameleon Club". All proceeds of "Lovers at the Chameleon Club" benefit "American Academy in Rome"; a charity that supports innovative artists, writers, and scholars living and working together in a dynamic international community. Available at Bookmarc. Copyright(c) 2014 Marc Jacobs International, LLC. All rights reserved by Marc Jacobs International, LLC and its affiliates. Any unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this work is illegal. Criminal copyright infringement, including infringement without monetary gain, may be investigated and is punishable by federal law.

Prose Café • Les Rencontres #08 Nicolas Feuz


Entretien réalisé le jeudi 2 septembre 2021 à l’occasion de la rencontre-dédicace littéraire organisée par la librairie associative Prose Café et le Festival International du Roman Noir à Frontignan la Peyrade. L'AUTEUR • Nicolas Feuz « Heresix » (🤍 (🤍 LIENS • Librairie Prose Café : 🤍 • Éditions Slatkine & Cie : 🤍 • Festival international du roman noir : 🤍 • Ville de Frontignan la Peyrade : 🤍 1ère diffusion 👉 🤍 Tous droits réservés © Wimédia 2021

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