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    Smile French grandma

    hello everybody . hello from France where it's raining . it's nearly lunch time...
    sorry my English isn't perfect but I know you'll forgive the grandma I am..
    I got this address when looking for details about Louisa May alcott...
    the little woman I loved so much when a child...I still love her ...
    I'll soon retire and get plenty of time to talk about books, exchange reading pleasures and getting to know new things....
    see you.
    claudine

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    Hi, claudine and welcome to the forum. You've good choice in author's - Lousia May Alcott is wonderful! Btw, your English is wonderful!

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    Hello Claudine!!
    Welcome on the forum!
    I'm French too and Louisa May Alcott is my favourite author...
    You may have noticed the allusion within my pseudo.
    I'm looking forward to seeing you soon on an L.M.A.'s thread^^.
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