By Jean Giono
Angelo, le héros du Hussard sur le toit, half de Turin après avoir fortress joliment tué d'un coup de sabre M le baron Schwartz, espion autrichien. Il passe l. a. frontière en grand uniforme de colonel des hussards de Sardaigne, sur un cheval admirable. Les conspirations, les hazards, les amours ne vont element manquer à Angelo qui se trouvera aux prises avec le subtil vicaire général d'Aix-en-Provence, le marquis de Théus, avec los angeles charmante Anna Clèves qui l'aimera sans espoir, avec Pauline enfin, cette femme si belle qu'il sauvera un jour.
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Why yes, he's my little son, he's my family. He's in his second year, but he hasn't any mother. There was something quite special about his mother. Oh yes, I can tell you all about it, if you'd like to listen. The year before last I was in a company organized for special assignments. At that time we were hunting the Ignatiev bandit group through the upper districts of the Don. To be exact, I was a machine-gunner. One day we rode out of a village, the steppe all around was as bare as a bald-headed man, and the heat was unbe lievable.
Our paths happen to have been dif ferent. I've got to be shot for my property; because I won't let go of my granary, I'm a counter-revolutionary. But if some one rummages in someone else's grain bins, is that lawful? " The skin on the sutures of the food commissar's skull went a dull grey. "We're not stealing from the poor; but from those who've grown rich on other men's sweat we11 take everything. " "I myself worked day and night. " "Those who work sympathize with the government of the workers and peasants; but you welcomed it with a cudgel.
Tales of the Don "We and the secletary couldn't think of any initiative, nor was any possible, for it was steppe all around, stripped naked to shame-not one little bush, not one ravine or even a gulley -and we halted the mare in the middle of the road. . "We had no weapons, and we were as innocent as swaddled babies, and it would have been very stupid to try to gallop away from those horsemen. "My secletary was terrified at the sight of these outlaws, and he began to feel very bad. I could see he was planning to jump out of the cart and run.