Fanfan by Alexandre Jardin

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A seductive tale of passionate love tells of the efforts of young Alexandre Crusoe to remain true to his fiance+a7e Laure, although he loves the sensual and irrepressible beauty Fanfan.

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Published January 1, 1993 by Abacus. 170 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Of course, the way he moves between passionate attention and withdrawal confuses Fanfan, and his closeness to another woman disturbs Laure.

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"Fanfan" is a forced and unconvincing romantic comedy that has done well at Gallic wickets thanks to the drawing power of Sophie Marceau coupled with first-time helmer Alexandre Jardin's popularity as a novelist.

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