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"This," said Harry like a tour guide as the little man reached us, "is Aubelin
Jolicoeur." Jolicoeur swept the air with a bow for the table in general. "No other,"
said Harry. "How are you, Auby? Make yourself famous. Sit down." "How are you,
Jolicoeur didn't really laugh, but he giggled. "Your name, my dearest," he said to
Heidi. "It's Heidi." "Heidi, my darling, I am yours," he said. "What a beautiful name,
so innocent, so Germanic. Heidi, Heidi. Aubelin Jolicoeur is at your service.
It wasn't long before Aubelin Jolicoeur showed up on the veranda of the Oloffson,
in his white suit. He was less of a celebrity now than he had been as Duvalier fell.
The thin veneer of anti-Duvalierism which he had worn then with such ...
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This welcome interpretation of Haiti provides many insights into a country that few North Americans understand. Wilentz, a journalist, captures the complex cultural ambience and mystery of domestic ... Read full review