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13 Rue Thérèse: a novel
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New York : Little, Brown, 2011.
Physical Desc:
278 pages : col. ill. ; 22 cm.
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FICTION Shapiro, E.
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American academic Trevor Stratton discovers a box full of artifacts from World War I as he settles into his new office in Paris. The pictures, letters, and objects in the box relate to the life of Louise Brunet, a feisty, charming Frenchwoman who lived through both World Wars. As Trevor examines and documents the relics the box offers up, he begins to imagine the story of Louise Brunet's life: her love for a cousin who died in the war, her marriage to a man who works for her father, and her attraction to a neighbor in her building at 13 Rue Therese. The more time he spends with the objects though, the truer his imaginings of Louise's life become, and the more he notices another alluring Frenchwoman: Josianne, his clerk, who planted the box in his office in the first place, and with whom he finds he is falling in love.

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ISBN:
9780316083287, 0316083283

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"A Reagan Arthur book."
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"You can also use your smartphone's app to read the QR codes in 13, rue Thérèse and see enhanced versions of the images, or go to www.13rueTherese.com"--Jacket flap.
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American academic Trevor Stratton discovers a box full of artifacts from World War I as he settles into his new office in Paris. The pictures, letters, and objects in the box relate to the life of Louise Brunet, a feisty, charming Frenchwoman who lived through both World Wars. As Trevor examines and documents the relics the box offers up, he begins to imagine the story of Louise Brunet's life: her love for a cousin who died in the war, her marriage to a man who works for her father, and her attraction to a neighbor in her building at 13 Rue Therese. The more time he spends with the objects though, the truer his imaginings of Louise's life become, and the more he notices another alluring Frenchwoman: Josianne, his clerk, who planted the box in his office in the first place, and with whom he finds he is falling in love.
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APA Citation (style guide)

Shapiro, E. M. (2011). 13 Rue Thérèse: a novel. New York: Little, Brown.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Shapiro, Elena Mauli. 2011. 13 Rue Thérèse: A Novel. New York: Little, Brown.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Shapiro, Elena Mauli, 13 Rue Thérèse: A Novel. New York: Little, Brown, 2011.

MLA Citation (style guide)

Shapiro, Elena Mauli. 13 Rue Thérèse: A Novel. New York: Little, Brown, 2011. Print.

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