- Louis-Fer·di·nand [lwee-fer-dee-nahn] /lwi fɛr diˈnɑ̃/, Louis F. Destouches, 1894–1961, French novelist and physician.
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- Louis-Ferdinand (lwifɛrdinɑ̃), real name Louis-Ferdinand Destouches. 1894–1961, French novelist and physician; became famous with his controversial first novel Journey to the End of the Night (1932)
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