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Elsa Triolet - Bibliography

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French writer, born in Moscow. She married first André Triolet, then the French political activist and writer Louis Aragon, whom she met in 1928, and on whom she had a great influence. Her work included novels and short stories, including Bonsoir Thérèse (1938), Le premier Acoroc coûte deux cents francs (Prix Goncourt, 1944), and a trilogy, L'Âge de Nylon, comprising Roses à Crédit (1959), Les Manigances (1962), and L'Âme (1963). She also wrote an essay on Chekhov, which appeared in 1957.

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