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De zoetheid van perziken

Joanne Harris (author), Monique De Vré (translator)
Het is een warme Parijse zomer. Vianne en Roux wonen op hun woonboot-chocolaterie met Anouk van vijftien en Rosette, die net acht is. Er arriveert een brief van een oude bekende, die Vianne terugroept naar Lansquenet, het dorp waar zij ooit een chocolaterie opende. Met haar dochters keert Vianne er terug; ze bezoekt vrienden en ontdekt dat er in Lansquenet veel is veranderd. In haar vroegere winke
Title
De zoetheid van perziken
Author
Joanne Harris
Translator
Monique De Vré
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
Peaches for monsieur le Curé
Publisher
Utrecht: De Kern, 2012
ePub2
Note
Vervolg op Chocolat (dl. 1) en Rode schoenen (dl. 2) ; wordt vervolgd door De aardbeiendief (dl. 4)
ISBN
9789032513436
CloudLibrary
3kardg9

About Joanne Harris

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Joanne Michèle Sylvie Harris, (born 3 July 1964) is an English author especially known for her award-winning novel Chocolat (1999), which was adapted the following year for the film Chocolat.

Early life

Harris was born in Barnsley, Yorkshire, to an English father and a French mother. Both of her parents were teachers of modern languages and literature at a local grammar school. Her first language was French, which caused divisions between her English family, where nobody spoke French, and her French family, where nobody spoke English. Both families had turbulent histories and a tradition of strong women, kitchen gardening, storytelling, folklore and cookery.

Career

Harris began writing at an early age. She was strongly influenced by Grimms' Fairy Tales and Charles Perrault's work, as well as local folklore and Norse mythology. She was educat…Read more on Wikipedia