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Tribunaux rustiques

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"Tribunaux rustiques"
AuthorGuy de Maupassant
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench
Published inGil Blas
Publication date1884
Preceded by"Un fou"
Followed by"L'Épingle"

"Tribunaux rustiques" is a short story by French author Guy de Maupassant, published in 1884.

History

It was first published in the newspaper Gil Blas on November 25, 1884, and signed under the name "Maufrigneuse". In 1885 it was reprised in the Monsieur Parent collection.[1]

Synopsis

In the chamber of the justice of the peace of Gorgeville, which is full of peasants, a judge hears the grievances of Madame Victoire Bascule against Isidore Paturon...

Publications

References

  1. ^ Maupassant, Contes et nouvelles, II, Éditions Gallimard, Bibliothèque de la Pléiade, 1979, (ISBN 978-2-07-010805-3)
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