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QUENU (MADAME) was a widow with one son when she married her second
husband, M. Quenu, a clerk in the sub-prefecture at Le Vigan. Three
years after, M. Quenu died, leaving a son. Madame Quenu lavished all her
affection on Florent, her elder son, and stinted herself to the verge
of starvation in order that he might continue his legal studies. Before
these were completed she succumbed to the hardship of her life. Le
Ventre de Paris.



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