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En décembre 1858, refusé par l'institution jésuite de Vaugirard, Jack, fils adultérin d'Ida de Barancy, une demi-mondaine, échoue dans le collège insalubre du mulâtre Moronval. Ida succombe au charme d'un des professeurs, le rimailleur d'Argenton, et quitte son riche amant pour son poète. Jack s'enfuit du collège et rejoint le couple après maintes tribulations. L'intellige ...more
Published (first published November 24th 1877)
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