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Synonyms for Gaboriau

French writer considered by some to be a founder of the detective novel (1832-1873)

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Gaboriau, Patrick, 1993, Clochard, l'univers d'un groupe de sans-abri parisien, Julliard, Paris.
The operation will be to achieve a minimum of 40 rental units helped Bepos Royan to the corner of Pastor Samuel Besancon and Eemile Gaboriau.
82) Philippe Gaboriau, <<Le velo, lenteur des riches, vitesse des pauvres>>, in Actes du colloque Sport et societe, CIEREC, Universite de Saint-Etienne, 1981, p.
Translated by Linda Gaboriau (Toronto: Playwrights Canada Press, 2009): 135.
In 1864 Emile Gaboriau serialized what is often dubbed the first full-length detective novel, L'Affaire Lerouge, with his Vidocq-like character Monsieur Lecoq.
Madeleine Thien: Quebec La heronniere (The Hunting Ground) Lise Tremblay (Lemeac; translation by Linda Gaboriau, Talonbooks)
In 1866, the French writer Emile Gaboriau created Monsieur Lecoq, based on the real-life Francois Vidocq.
Terselfdertyd het die Franse skrywer Emile Gaboriau met L'Affaire Lerouge (1865) die genre in Frankryk gevestig (Bleiler 1980: 3), waar dit naas die Angel-Saksiese wereld die sterkste tradisie sou ontwikkel.
Among the translators are William Hume Blake, Philip Stratford, Patricia Claxton, Barbara Godard, Ray Ellenwood, and Linda Gaboriau.