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Författare: Guy de Maupassant.
Seinen dritten Roman veröffentlichte Guy de Maupassant (1850-1893) in den Jahren 1886/87. Im Zentrum des zunächst in zwei Teilen publizierten Werks steht der jüdische Geschäftsmann Andermatt, der nach der Entdeckung einer neuen Heilquelle mit ungeheurem finanziellen Aufwand einen mondänen Badeort aus dem Boden stampft, dabei aber seine Frau verliert. Mit dem zu Unrecht weniger bekannten satirischen Roman geißelte Maupassant die hemmungslose Immobilien- und Börsenspekulation der Gründerjahre in Frankreich.

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The site where the city of Montélimar stands today has been inhabited since the Celtic era. It was reconstructed during the Roman reign, including a basilica, aqueducts, thermae and a forum. French navigator Louis de Freycinet and Émile Loubet, President of France from 1899 till 1906, who served also as mayor of Montélimar. Formula One racing driver Charles Pic, brother and fellow racing driver Arthur Pic and motorcycle racer Sylvain Guintoli. The local nougat is one of the 13 desserts of Provence and highly appreciated throughout the country. Montelimar nougat is mentioned in the opening lines of the Beatles‘ „Savoy Truffle“ from The White Album. British towns twinned with French towns“.

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Grignan is a commune in the Drôme department in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region in southeastern France. It has a magnificent Renaissance castle and is mentioned in the mont-Oriol PDF that Madame de Sévigné wrote to her daughter, Madame de Grignan, in the 17th century. Grignan is located in the south of the Drôme department, near the border of the neighbouring Vaucluse department, and close to Mont Ventoux, the highest mountain in Provence. The main crops produced in the area are lavender, truffles, wheat, and sunflowers.

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