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By Amanda Heller
June 14, 2009

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The late Françoise Sagan, a name redolent of Gauloises and chagrin d'amour, speaks to us across four decades of changing manners and mores in this new translation of her 1965 novel "La Chamade" by Douglas Hofstadter, a best-selling author in his own right. (Full article: 653 words)

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