PM 028

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COLLECTION NR.: 

PM028 – BOOK

SORT:

English language

TYPE:

book

ORIGIN:

Georges Simenon, Madame Mairgret’s Friend (New York: Penguin Random House LLC, 2016) 9

CITATION:

CONTEXT OF PM :

Fictional roman of Georges Simenon. Parts of it are used in a chapter of the book Voice and Vision of David MacDougal. 

RELATION TO CARTOPOLOGY:

This citation is part of an exercise to emphasize on written characteristics and the difference with drawings. 

‘The chicken was on the stove, along with a fine red carrot, a big onion and a bunch of parsley, the ends sticking out of the pan. Madame Maigret leaned down and checked that the gas, which was on a very low flame, wasn’t likely to go out. Then she closed the windows, except for the one in the bedroom, asked herself if she’d forgotten anything, glanced at herself in the mirror and, satisfied, left the apartment, locked the door behind her and put the key in her bag.’