Alphonse Daudet (novelist)
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Who is Alphonse Daudet?
Alphonse Daudet was a French novelist. He was the father of writers Léon Daudet and Lucien Daudet.
- also known as Daudet; Daudet, Alphonse; Alphonse; A. Daudet
- born on (175 years ago) in Nîmes, child of Vincent Daudet
- nationality: France
- profession: Writer, novelist, playwright, screenwriter
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- died on (117 years ago) in Paris
- buried in Père Lachaise Cemetery
- written works: "Tartarin of Tarascon", "L'Arlésienne", "Letters from My Windmill", "Contes Du Lundi", "Dictionnaire Des Citations De Langue Fra", "La Derniere Classe Et Autres Contes Du Lundi", "Tartarin sur les Alpes", "Artists' wives", "Monday tales", "Numa Roumestan", "Port Tarascon", "Sappho", "Tartarin on the Alps", "The nabob", "Fromont the younger and Risler the elder", "Kings in exile", "Sapho", "Le Petit Chose", "Robert Helmont", "Fromont and Risler"
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