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A Simple Heart, Gustave Flaubert

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'She decided she would teach him to speak and he was very soon able to say, 'Pretty boy!', 'Your servant, sir!' and 'Hail Mary!''

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Title: A Simple Heart

Original: Un cœur simple

Category: Novel

Author: Gustave Flaubert

Publisher: Penguin Classics

Year: 2015

Pgs: 64

Weight:  0.055 kg

ISBN: 978-0-141-39750-4

This book is in English

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'She decided she would teach him to speak and he was very soon able to say, 'Pretty boy!', 'Your servant, sir!' and 'Hail Mary!''

With pathos and humour, Flaubert imagines the unexamined life of a servant girl.

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