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Londres Suivi de Le Nouvea

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Published April 1st 2012 by Gallimard Education
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Yves Panis
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Bon. Londres, écrit en 1933 est absolument superbe. Une sorte de guide du routard écris par un grand écrivain....énorme panorama historique, culturelle, people, etc de Londres depuis le début de sa longue histoire. Par un français de surcroît...moins aimé Le Nouveau Londres écrit en 1962, mise à jour en quelque sorte du premier.
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