L'homme dans la rue (Maigret, Livre 41) by Georges Simenon

By Georges Simenon

L'Homme dans l. a. rue est une nouvelle de Georges Simenon, parue en 1940.

Historique
La nouvlle a été écrite à Nieul-sur-Mer en 1939.
La nouvelle connaît une édition pré-originale dans l'hebdomadaire « Sept Jours », no eleven et 12 des 15 et 22 décembre 1940, sous le titre Le Prisonnier de los angeles rue. Elle est ensuite reprise sous son titre actuelle en 1950 dans le quantity Maigret et les Petits Cochons sans queue.

Résumé
On a découvert au Bois de Boulogne le cadavre d'un médecin menant une lifestyles mondaine, tué d'un coup de revolver. Devant l'absence d'indices, Maigret décide de faire une reconstitution, espérant ainsi qu'un des badauds présents le mènera sur une piste. C'est ainsi que va commencer une chasse à l'homme qui va durer cinq jours.

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That's the best we can do. P E A S A NT W O M A N : What'll the priest do with him? He needs a mother. There, he's waking up. Don't you think we could keep him, though? P E A S A NT {shouting}: No! P E A S ANT W O M A N : The Caucasian Chalk Circle I 35 I could lay him in the corner by the arm­ chair. All I need is a crib. I can take him into the fields with me. See him laughing? Husband, we have a roof over our heads. We can do it. Not another word out of you! P E A S A N T WO M A N : She carries the C H I L D into the house.

T H E S I N G E R: A very old one. It's called The Chalk Circle and comes from the Chinese. But we'll do it, of course, in a changed version. Comrades, we hope you'll find that old po­ etry can sound well in the shadow of new tractors. It may be a mistake to mix different wines but old and new wisdom mix admirably. Do we get something to eat before the per­ formance? V O I C E S : Of course. Everyone into the Club House! D E L E G AT E : While everyone begins to move, D E L E G AT E turns to G I RL T RA C T O R I S T .

All one hears is: "You neglect yo ur duty! } Go to hell! } S E C O ND D O C T O R : Enter the soldier, for G R U S H A . SIM ON S H A S H AVA . He searches in the crowd Grusha! There you are at last! What are you going to do? Nothing. If worst comes to worst, I 've a brother in the mountains. How about you? s 1 M oN: Forget about me. (Formally again:) Grusha Vashnadze, your wish to know my plans fills me with satisfaction. I 've been ordered to accompany Madam Abashwili as her guard. G R U S H A : But hasn't the Palace Guard mutinied?

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