By Georges Simenon
Au rendez-vous des Terre-Neuvas est un roman policier de Georges Simenon écrit à bord de l’Ostrogoth, Morsang-sur-Seine (Seine-et-Marne) en juillet 1931 et publié en août 1931 ; il fait partie de l. a. série des Maigret.
Après trois jours passés en mer sur l’Océan, un chalutier de Fécamp, Jean-Marie Canut, le mousse, a été emporté par une lame. Peu après le retour de l’Océan, le capitaine Octave Fallut est retrouvé mort par strangulation dans l'un des bassins du port. Le télégraphiste du chalutier, Pierre Le Clinche (vingt ans) a été aperçu en educate de rôder aux alentours du bateau le jour du drame.
Le Clinche arrêté, un ancien camarade de Maigret, Jorissen, instituteur à Quimper, fait appel au commissaire et lui demande de prouver l'innocence du jeune télégraphiste. Une fois sur position, Maigret s'installe Au Rendez-vous-des-Terre-Neuvas, un café du port à partir duquel il mène son enquête.
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Now I am going to London upon hope To ﬁnd the fellow. Now, Will, I know, Thou art acquainted with such companions. will What manner of man was he? bradshaw A lean-faced, writhen knave, Hawk-nosed and very hollow-eyed, With mighty furrows in his stormy brows, Long hair down his shoulders curled;° His chin was bare, but on his upper lip A mustachio, which he wound about his ear. will What apparel had he? bradshaw A watchet satin doublet all to-torn (The inner side did bear the greater show),° 20 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 the tragedy of master arden of faversham A pair of threadbare velvet hose, seam rent,° A worsted stocking rent above the shoe, A livery cloak, but all the lace was oﬀ— ’Twas bad, but yet it served to hide the plate.
Alice And thereof came it, and therefore blame not me. arden I know it did, and therefore let it pass. ° alice But tell me, do you mean to stay there long? arden No longer than till my aﬀairs be done. franklin He will not stay above a month at most. alice A month? Ay me! Sweet Arden, come again° Within a day or two or else I die. arden I cannot long be from thee, gentle Alice. Whilst Michael fetch our horses from the ﬁeld,° Franklin and I will down unto the quay,° For I have certain goods there to unload.
Shakebag He’s dead as if he had been condemned by an Act of Parliament if once Black Will and I swear his death. greene Here is ten pound; and, when he is dead, ye shall have twenty more. will My ﬁngers itches to be at the peasant. ° Come, let us be going, and we’ll bait at Rochester, where I’ll give thee a gallon of sack to handsel the match withal. Exeunt 95 100 105 Scene 3 Here enters Michael [carrying a letter] michael I have gotten such a letter as will touch the painter, and thus it is: Here enters Arden and Franklin and hears Michael read this letter ‘My duty remembered, Mistress Susan, hoping in God you be in good health as I, Michael, was at the making hereof.
Au rendez-vous des Terre-Neuvas (Maigret, Livre 9) by Georges Simenon