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  • proper n. A botanical plant name author abbreviation for botanist Charles Gabriel Chabanne (1862-1906).


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  • Adapted from a 16th century 30 page story by Madame de Lafayette, the film also features Lambert Wilson, perhapsthe most appealing of French actors see the very fine Of Gods and Men, as Chabanne, a soldier who transgresses military code by murdering a pregnant woman, driving his long blade through her belly, for which he renounces violence.

    Regina Weinreich: My Rendez-Vous with French Cinema

  • Most tender are Marie's scenes with Chabanne who instructs her in literature, philosophy, and all mattersof the court.

    Regina Weinreich: My Rendez-Vous with French Cinema

  • However when he saw only the Comte de Chabanne, motionless, leaning on a table with a look of infinite sadness on his face, he stopped short.

    The Princess de Montpensier


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