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  • Österreichische Literatur im Exil seit 1933.www. literaturepochen.at/exil; Haaker, Christoph.

    Anna Maria Jokl.

  • Paris: 1928; La Riffaine, suivi de Petits Pachas en exil.

    Elissa Rha��s.

  • Et après cet exil, obtenez-nous de contempler Jésus, le fruit de vos entrailles, Ô clémente, Ô miséricordieuse, Ô douce Vierge Marie

    The Cross of Laeken

  • Cottret, Bernard, 1992, Bolingbroke: exil et écriture au siècle des Lumières, Paris: Klincksieck.

    Voltaire

  • Rois en exil (1879); Numa Roumestan (1882); L'Evangeliste (1883); Sapho

    The French Immortals Series — Complete

  • Thus he dealt with the Paris of dethroned monarchs in “Les Rois en exil”; with new millionaires in “Le Nabab”; with the talkative type of his native South in “Numa Roumestan, ” satirizing the statesman Gambetta; with the demimonde in “Sapho”; while in “L’Immortel” he drew a scathing picture of the French Academy, which never honored itself by electing him to membership.

    Biographical Note

  • He writes her from the Hotel des Empereurs, himself “plus heureux que tous les empereurs du monde!” and again, “Mon long exil va finir.”

    The Loves of Great Composers

  • “Adieu, petite cherie, le temps de mon exil diminue, et alors je te reverrai, toi et les enfants.”

    Philip Gilbert Hamerton

  • Qui de nous n'a eu sa terre promise, son jour d'extase et sa fin en exil?

    Almayer's Folly: a story of an Eastern river

  • Hotel des Empereurs, himself "_plus heureux que tous les empereurs du monde_!" and again, "_Mon long exil va finir_."

    The Loves of Great Composers

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