Contes de la cour de Badulh - Michelle Talandier

These short stories are a delight to read: you will find the splendor of the great lords, their sumptuous abodes and the magnificence of the costumes. It is in the context of this magnificence that the characters live, love and spy... one will disappear, will the culprit be discovered during the investigation?

The intensity of the prose bridges the gap between the Arab world of yesteryear and today. Michelle Talandier is attentive, alert and humourous. She delivers a message from the heart: the respect for difference, the refusal to judge others, and above all, the importance of women in society... A book that was a joy for her to write and is a joy for us to read.

Antoinette Weil

Michelle Talandier passed a happy childhood on the coast. After 15 years in Paris, she came to settle on the shores of Lake Geneva. Writer, director and eclectic collections and finally a journalist, she now writes for pleasure and has published poetry, novels and tales.


  • Author: Talandier, Michelle
  • Published: 2011
  • Examples: 150
  • Genre: Tales
  • Pages: 216
  • Width: 155 mm
  • Height: 220 mm
  • Depth: 20 mm
  • Weight: 435 g
  • Printing method: Letterpress / offset
  • Language: French

  • L-076

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