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Marriage? It's like asparagus eaten with vinaigrette or hollandaise, a matter of taste but of no importance.
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|Birth:||21st June, 1935|
|Death:||24th September, 2004|
Francoise Sagan was born in Cajarc, France. She was a French novelist and playwright. Her best-known novel was her first–Bonjour Tristesse–which was written when she was a teenager. She wrote several novels include: A Certain Smile, Aimez-vous Brahms?, La Chamade, Lost Profile, Those without shadows, The Unmade Bed, Sunlight on Cold Water, The Painted Lady, Engagements of the Heart, The Leash, and A Fleeting Sorrow. She wrote several plays include: Château in Sweden, Les violons parfois, La robe mauve de Valentine, Bonheur, impair et passe, L'écharde, Le cheval évanoui, Un piano dans l'herbe, Il fait beau jour et nuit, and L'excès contraire.
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