Élie Berthet

250px Élie Berthet (8 June 1815 - 3 February 1891) was a French novelist.

Berthet was born in Limoges. A most prolific writer, he wrote more than 100 novels about Paris, criminal affairs, the prehistoric world, and other subjects. His ''Les Houilleurs de Polignies'' is reported to have been one of the inspirations for Zola's ''Germinal''. He died, aged 75, in Paris. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Berthet, Elie, 1818-1891
    Published 1879
    Philadelphia, Porter & Coates [c1879]
    310 p. 20 cm.
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    by Ennery, Adolphe d', 1811-1899
    Published 1840
    Paris : Henroit et cie, 1840
    36 p. : ill.
    Other Authors: ...Berthet, Elie, 1818-1891...

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