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" Hurons, which appears incredible amidst inclosures; the people almost as wild as their country, and their town of Combourg one of the most brutal filthy places that can be seen ; mud houses, no windows, and a pavement so broken, as to impede all passengers,... "
The Fields of France: Little Essays in Descriptive Sociology - Сторінка 113
автори: Agnes Mary Frances Robinson - 1904 - 317 стор.
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Travels in France During the Years 1787, 1788, 1789

Arthur Young - 1889 - 366 стор.
...passengers, but ease none — yet here ia a chateau, and inhabited ; who is this Mons. de Chateaubriant,6 the owner, that has nerves strung for a residence...heap of wretchedness is a fine lake, surrounded by well wooded inclosures. Coming out of Hede,7 there is a beautiful lake belonging to Mons. de BlaSsac,8...
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Travels in France

Arthur Young - 1892 - 366 стор.
...; mud houses, no windows, anct~sr pavement so broken, as to impede all passengers^Tmt ease none — yet here is a chateau, and inhabited ; who is this Mons. de Chateaubriant,6 the owner, that has nerves strung for a residence amidst such filth and poverty ? Below...
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Readings in European History: A Collection of Extracts from the Sources ...

James Harvey Robinson - 1906 - 573 стор.
...passengers, but ease none. Yet here is a chateau, and inhabited. Who is this Monsieur de Chateaubriant, the owner, that has nerves strung for a residence amidst such filth and poverty ? . . . To Montauban. The poor people seem poor indeed ; the children terribly ragged, — if possible,...
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Arthur Young's Travels in France During the Years 1787, 1788, 1789

Arthur Young, Matilda Betham-Edwards - 1906 - 366 стор.
...; mud houses, no windows, and a pavement so broken, as to impede all passengers, but ease none — yet here is a chateau, and inhabited ; who is this Mons. de Chateaubriant,5 the owner, that has nerves strung for a residence amidst such filth and poverty ? Below...
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Readings in Modern European History: A Collection of Extracts from ..., Том 1

James Harvey Robinson, Charles Austin Beard - 1908
...passengers, but ease none. Yet here is a chateau, and inhabited. Who is this Monsieur de Chateaubriant, the owner, that has nerves strung for a residence amidst such filth and poverty? . . . To Montauban. The poor people seem poor indeed ; the children terribly ragged, — if possible,...
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Chateaubriand and His Court of Women

Francis Henry Gribble - 1909 - 347 стор.
...seen ; mud houses, no windows, and a pavement so broken as to impede all passengers, but ease none — yet here is a chateau and inhabited ; who is this Mons. de Chateaubriant, the owner, that has nerves strung for a residence amidst such filth and poverty ? "...
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Political Ideals, Their Nature and Development: An Essay

Cecil Delisle Burns - 1915 - 311 стор.
...mud houses, no windows, and a pavement so broken as to impede all passengers, but ease none,—yet here is a chateau, and inhabited ; who is this Mons....the owner, that has nerves strung for a residence amid such filth and poverty ?' 1 A Chateaubriand when young inhabited that place and later praised...
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From Savage to Citizen: The Invention of the Peasant in the French Enlightenment

Amy S. Wyngaard - 2004 - 252 стор.
...places that can be seen . . . yet here is a chateau, and inhabited; who is this Mons. de Chateaubriant, the owner, that has nerves strung for a residence amidst such filth and poverty? (123) If the living conditions of the peasantry evoke visions of "savage" Native Americans rather than...
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The Discovery of France: A Historical Geography from the Revolution to the ...

Graham Robb - 2007 - 454 стор.
...passengers, but ease none - yet here is a chateau, and inhabited; who is this Monsieur de Chateaubriant, die owner, that has nerves strung for a residence amidst such filth and poverty? Years later, Chateaubriand commented on this passage in his memoirs: 'This M. de Chateaubriand was...
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travels in france during the years 1787, 1788 & 1789

...seen; mud houses, no windows, and a pavement so broken, as to impede all passengers, but ease none; yet here is a chateau, and inhabited. Who is this Mons. de Chateaubriand2, the owner, that has nerves strung for a residence amidst such filth and poverty? Below...
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