Miss Harriet (with audio)

by Sinkronigo publishing

Miss Harriet (with audio)
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Guy de Maupassant
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Miss Harriet is a short story from Guy de Maupassant, published in 1883. Full of humor, this short story is yet one of the most poignant de Maupassant. The narrator, involuntary subject of a pathetic passion, takes to the unfortunate Miss Harriet of genuine tenderness. 

Maupassant here gives the extent of his talent to describe the scenery - it was described as "impressionistic writer". In it cut perfectly straight, feelings that develop between the characters are described with great delicacy, full of a deep humanity. (Adapted from Wikipedia)



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Book details

Title Miss Harriet (with audio)
Subtitle English Read Aloud EBook for Language Learning and Easy Reading
Author Sinkronigo publishing
Contributors 0
Language English
Available Formats MOBI, EPUB, PDF

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