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The omelette. Tartine literary critic and nourishing

". Omelet Tartine literary critic and nourishing" written by "Whoever" and published in 1868 by Armand Leo, announces its program from the motto: "You can not make an omelette without breaking eggs - Also in. casserons us over the head of everyone "...

A beautiful metaphor for money and political and social problems of the country "Coquecigrues."

Excerpt: "[The Caliph] seized the reins of government, and announced he was going to fill Coquecigrues felicity He asked in return only a few places as directors and supervisors for his closest friends. he lays beside him in the neighborhood, or even remotely, numbering seventy-eight thousand and nine one hundred to eighty-seven individuals, not including foster children, women, servants and marketability to the toilet. Besides, the monarch essentially paternal, not forced anyone to be happy [...] "

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