Madiou (fils) describes the mutual cruelties of the French and natives.
He was a gentleman, a fils de famille, of the English aristocracy.
He could say “mon fils,” just as he could say (with equal veracity) “mon automobile.”
Oh, mon fils, thou wilt write often, and I must know all the news.
Dumas fils, Ibsen, Brieux prove the truth of this statement.
With a sigh he ...