L'Humeur vagabonde is a 1955 novel by the French writer Antoine Blondin. It tells the story of a man who leaves his wife and children to make it in Paris, but returns home only to mistaken as his wife's lover. It was Blondin's third novel.
== Adaptation ==
The novel was adapted into a 1972 film with the same title. The film was directed by Édouard Luntz and stars Jeanne Moreau, Michel Bouquet, Madeleine Renaud and Eric Penet.
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== External links ==
Publicity page (in French)