Daudet

[ doh-dey, daw-; French doh-de ]
/ doʊˈdeɪ, dɔ-; French doʊˈdɛ /

noun

Al·phonse [al-fawns], /alˈfɔ̃s/, 1840–97, French novelist and short-story writer.
his son, Lé·on [ley-awn], /leɪˈɔ̃/, 1867–1942, French journalist and novelist.

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Daudet
/ (French dodɛ) /

noun

Alphonse (alfɔ̃s). 1840–97, French novelist, short-story writer, and dramatist: noted particularly for his humorous sketches of Provençal life, as in Lettres de mon moulin (1866)
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