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Louis (Dearborn), 1908–88, U.S. novelist.
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It was plain that l'amour which the Frenchman was so fond of was not that low and simple kind that Pierre had once felt for his wife, nor was it the romantic love stimulated by himself that he experienced for Natasha.
Come, speak frankly, mon fils; elle est encore jeune, plus agee que toi peut-etre, mais juste asset pour unir la tendresse d'une petite maman a l'amour d'une epouse devouee; n'est-ce pas que cela t'irait superieurement?
The soldier made a low and humble acknowledgment for her civility; and Heyward adding a "Bonne nuit, mon camarade," they moved deliberately forward, leaving the sentinel pacing the banks of the silent pond, little suspecting an enemy of so much effrontery, and humming to himself those words which were recalled to his mind by the sight of women, and, perhaps, by recollections of his own distant and beautiful France: "Vive le vin, vive l'amour," etc.
Copyright [c] 1963 by Louis & Katherine L'Amour Trust.
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As a longtime reader of Louis L'Amour Westerns, I have always been curious about the existence of the Colt Revolving shotgun.
Station at Diablo is a novice's attempt to blend the highly accurate Western storytelling of Louis L'Amour with the more fanciful tall tale styles from the dime novel era.
VVPOUR L'Amour (5-1) and Reckless Wave (11-4) both hit 1.
Qui aurait cru que l'amour ne pouvait naitre d'une trahison, ou entre deux etres qui s'entretuent, entre deux personnes dont l'ethnie et la religion different ?
Le jour de l'amour est dit avoir emprunte son nom de celui d'un saint.
Utah Blaine" is another action-packed western novel classic by the legendary Louis L'Amour.
ENCORE L'AMOUR had to settle for second on her seasonal return but she can improve on that effort in the Lord Weinstock Memorial EBF Stallions Stakes at Newbury.