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Mon Amour, Mon Ami (My Love, My Friend) Posted by on Jan 6, 2013

Victor Hugo has famously compared love to un arbre (a tree): “Il a besoin de racines fortes pour croître et prospérer” (it needs strong roots to grow and prosper) Marie Laforet is the first who sang “Mon amour, mon ami” (“My Love, my Friend”) Today, Marie Laforet is better remembered in France as the lady who…

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The French Circus of the “Poupée de Cire” (Wax Doll) Posted by on Jan 3, 2013

The French young lady (well, at the time, she still was) whose voice you are about to hear is not yet another poupée qui dit “non, non, non, non“ (a doll who says “no, no, no,no.”) In fact, she is a bit more and in the same time less than that. She is a poupée…

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