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  • Lavonne was big as Deborah, pretty as Mona, and black as Claudine from the Large Ladies party.

    The Goal by Matthew Licht

  • Every story in Claudine's House has a little kernel of something special wrapped up in some of the most endearing writing and I suspect it's to the credit of Andrew Brown's translation that I experienced a read very close to the original.

    40 entries from May 2007

  • Every story in Claudine's House has a little kernel of something special wrapped up in some of the most endearing writing and I suspect it's to the credit of Andrew Brown's translation that I experienced a read very close to the original.

    Claudine's House

  • Every story in Claudine's House has a little kernel of something special wrapped up in some of the most endearing writing and I suspect it's to the credit of Andrew Brown's translation that I experienced a read very close to the original.

    Claudine's House

  • UPDATE: Madrid-based blogger Marta Peirano of La Petite Claudine is doing a live blog throughout the conference at elastico. net.

    Boing Boing: October 5, 2003 - October 11, 2003 Archives

  • I decided Mother was right in referring to Claudine Monroe as “that woman,” for she showed little interest in meeting me and Jimmy and was rather abrupt.

    Twilight’s Child

  • I decided Mother was right in referring to Claudine Monroe as “that woman,” for she showed little interest in meeting me and Jimmy and was rather abrupt.

    Twilight’s Child

  • She brought remedies, and called Claudine to help her, in a kind of calm.

    A Canadian Heroine, Volume 3 A Novel

  • "Claudine," Dalton said as he took up one of her hands in both of his, "you don't have any children, so I realize it must be particularly difficult for you to empathize with parents desperate to feed their young ones, desperate to find work when there is none, but try to understand how frightened they must be."

    Soul of the Fire

  • It’s called Claudine, based on the movie starring Diahann Carroll and James Earl Jones.

    Mama Dearest

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