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Petite Anglaise - Wikipedia
Vote Are you sure you want to submit this vote? Submit vote Cancel. You must be logged in to vote. Report Comment Are you sure you want to mark this comment as inappropriate? Flag comment Cancel. Subscribe to Independent Minds to debate the big issues Want to discuss real-world problems, be involved in the most engaging discussions and hear from the journalists? Try for free Already registered? Petite Anglaise is the pseudonym of Catherine Sanderson , a British blogger living in Paris, whose blog articles caused her to be sacked from Dixon Wilson Chartered Accountants.
Subsequently she was offered a publishing deal, and her first book, "Petite Anglaise" was published in The phrase "petite anglaise" translates literally as "little english female ", and is commonly used by French people to refer to English people.
Sanderson's blog touches on various personal issues, but was written until July entirely anonymously. In April her employer became aware of the blog, and sacked her, initially for gross misconduct, though this was later revised to "dismissal for real and serious cause - breakdown of trust". The press interest  as a result of this resulted in her identity being revealed by the Daily Mail newspaper.
'Petite anglaise' blogger wins sacking case
Extrait de Wikipedia. The grande strains have a mean not significantly different from zero, whereas the petite stains centre about a positive value. De Cambridge English Corpus. She was a petite bourgeoise, a grocer's daughter; they were mostly upper-middle class or upper-class and also wealthy. All in all, the culture and outlook of the petite bourgeoisie remain areas which still require a good deal of research.
They also show that the attitudes of the petite bourgeoisie as an organised group varied from country to country. The petite phrase, by turns mystery woman, confidante and national anthem - even, finally, a harbinger of doom - resists all such attempts at meaning-making. The petite mutation in yeast : loss of mitochondrial deoxyribonucleic acid during induction of petites with ethidium bromide. In both cases the authors are acknowledging the role of the state in defining an identity for members of the petite bourgeoisie through the structures it creates for them.