Erckmann-Chatrian (sha˙t-ri-n˙), the joint name of two French-Alsatian writers of fiction.
As we bowled along in pursuit the scene reminded me of descriptions in the novels of Sienkiewicz or Erckmann-Chatrian.
It is possible that some readers may say, "Where are Erckmann-Chatrian?"
A clever critic remarked that Erckmann-Chatrian's characters are always hungry and eating.
Erckmann-Chatrian's books had been an introduction to the lovely region; and several of them were our companions there.
But Erckmann-Chatrian took it from a much later story-teller.
The fiction of Erckmann-Chatrian appears to have suggested various English stories.