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Carmen By Prosper Mérimée
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Carmen is a novella by Prosper Mérimée, written and first published in 1845.. Carmen was inspired by a story told to him on his visit to Spain in 1830. He said, "It was about that... More > ruffian from Málaga who had killed his mistress, who consecrated herself exclusively to the public. It has been adapted into a number of dramatic works, including the famous opera by Georges Bizet< Less
Carmen By Prosper Mérimée
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Carmen is a novella by Prosper Mérimée, written and first published in 1845. It has been adapted into a number of dramatic works, including the famous opera by Georges Bizet.
Carmen By Prosper Merimee
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Carmen Llywelyn (also known as Carmen Lee) is an American actress and photographer.She starred in the 1996 film Drawing Flies, a View Askew production directed by Matthew Gissing and Malcolm Ingram,... More > and produced by Kevin Smith. She portrayed Kim in the 1997 film Chasing Amy directed by Kevin Smith; co-stars included Jason Lee, Ben Affleck, and Joey Lauren Adams. She appeared in the 2000 film Cowboys and Angels alongside actors Radha Mitchell and Mia Kirshner. She was the lead actress in Free opposite Corin Nemec, also starring Randall Batinkoff and Ione Skye.In 1994, Llywelyn met Jason Lee, then a professional skateboarder. In 1995, the couple was married in a ceremony presided over by actor Bodhi Elfman. In March 2001, the couple lived together in Southern California. Llywelyn and Lee obtained a divorce in 2001. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carmen_Llywelyn Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
Carmen By Prosper Merimee
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This edition of Carmen by Prosper Merimee and translated by Lady Mary Loyd is given by Ashed Phoenix - Million Book Edition
Carmen By PROSPER MÉRIMÉE
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PROSPER MÉRIMÉE Carmen Novelist, archaeologist, essayist, and in all three departments one of the greatest masters of French style of his century, Prosper Mérimée was born... More > in Paris on September 23, 1803. The son of a painter, Mérimée was intended for the law, but at the age of twenty-two achieved fame as the author of a number of plays purporting to be translations from the Spanish. From that time until his death at Cannes on September 23, 1870, a brilliant series of plays, essays, novels, and historical and archaeological works poured from his fertile pen. Altogether he wrote about a score of tales, and it is on these and on his "Letters to an Unknown" that Mérimée's fame depends. His first story to win universal recognition was "Colombo," in 1830.< Less
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CÁRMENES By MANUEL FERNÁNDEZ MOTA
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CÁRMENES By MANUEL FERNÁNDEZ MOTA
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Carmen (Hardcover) By Prosper Merimee
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Carmen is the most famous novella of French author Prosper Merimee, it formed the basis of the composer Bizet's acclaimed opera of the same name, and is presented here in hardcover. The titular... More > Carmen is a Romani woman of astounding beauty, attracting many would-be suitors and romantic partners with both her physical charms and intense knowledge of fortune telling. The fast-paced and high-blooded drama combines lustful romance with tragedy, whereby jealousy and anger combine to form three episodes fitfully cascading with tension. The final part of the book is a non-fictional account of the Romani people, with whom Merimee held a fascination. It was through study of the customs and practices of the Romani that he wrote this book, which itself became a scholarly source as well as the inspiration for Bizet's world famous operatic composition.< Less

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