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Monique Leyrac, OC CQ (born 26 February 1928) is a Canadian singer and actress from Quebec. She was born Monique Tremblay in Montreal, Quebec 1928. La joie de vivre (The Joy of Living) is the twelfth novel in the Rougon-Macquart series by Émile Zola. It was serialized in the periodical Gil Blas in 1883 before being published in book form by Charpentier in February 1884.
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Monique Leyrac, OC CQ (born 26 February 1928) is a Canadian singer and actress from Quebec. She was born Monique Tremblay on 26 February 1928 in Montreal, Quebec. Using her natural gifts of music and drama she started her acting career on radio in 1943. In 1965 she won the grand prizes at the international festival of Song in Sopot, Poland and at the Festival de la Chanson at Ostende, Belgium.
La joie de vivre (English: The Joy of Living) is the twelfth novel in the Rougon-Macquart series by Émile Zola. The main character is Pauline Quenu (b. 1852), the daughter of Parisian charcutiers Lisa Macquart and M. Quenu, who are central characters in Le ventre de Paris (published 1873). Pauline plays a small part in that novel.
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|A2||Peux-tu Me Dire|
|A3||Le Bal Chez Julien|
|A4||La Petite Fugue|
|A6||Emporte-moi Mon Ami|
|B1||La Joie De Vivre|
|B2||Petit Garçon Ne Grandit Pas|
|B3||Pour Cet Amour|
|B5||Pense A La Pluie|