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Bauby's bestselling memoir which was made into a film. English title: The Diving-bell and the butterfly. Simone de Beauvoir never ceased to transcribe, volume after volume, decade after decade, the effect of the passage of years. In this short story, it is about the "discreet" age: the heroine is sixty years old. Through Laurence's, the main character, point of view, Simone de Beauvoir analyses the social roles and stereotypes of middle-class women.

The novel explores existentialist concepts such as freedom and angst. A short autobiographical text in which Simone de Beauvoir describes the last moments she spent with her dying mother. A collection of five short stories describing the spiritual decline of a young girl at the Sainte-Marie Institute as well as the author's youth.

The everyday life of a teenage boy born in an Algerian family, his wish to spend Christmas like everyone else, his problems, his jokes. The author describes above all the devastating effects of ordinary racism. This nearly autobiographical novel tells the story of an Algerian boy living in the slums of Lyon, his life at school and his hopes for a better future. Oscar Dufresne is thirty-four.

Fictional writer, he writes his diary in the press so that his life becomes exciting.

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He is selfish, coward, cynical and sexually obsessed - in short he is a man like any other. When his eighth daughter, a father convinced everyone that she is a boy and names her Ahmed. Raised as a boy, Ahmed has more privileged that her sisters. Goncourt Prize A Moroccan girl gets a male first name because her father had no son.

A story of a quest for sexual and social identity.

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Pereira, an old journalist of a Portuguese newspaper - the Lisboa - who loves literature and practically spends all his life for it, reads an essay written by a young man about death. Narayan highlights the social context and everyday life of his characters. This text illustrates very well what Blanchot once said: 'From 'not yet' to 'not anymore', this should be the path of what we call a writer. Great Ghost Stories. Bed or beds may also refer to: Places Beds. Fanny C. Among its many famous contributing editors was Guy de Maupassant.

This text illustrates very well what Blanchot once said: 'From 'not yet' to 'not anymore', this should be the path of what we call a writer. The adventures of Pascalet, a young boy fascinated by a river. He left his house to go to the river where he will meet a young Bohemian boy. In the s the Algerian war is still very present in people's mind. This autobiographical story describes the difficulty of living in Algeria with a French mother and in France with an Algerian father.

In the streets of Algiers men are embracing each other. Behind their closed doors women are bored. Inter Book Prize Breton, A.

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In his diaries, Albert Camus confronts the world as much as himself. Curious about everyone and everything, he tells a story, returns ideas and quotes.

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The author tells us the story of Jean-Claude Romand who murdered his wife, children and parents and then tried to commit suicide. The narrator describes a life of loneliness, fraud and absence. A vibrant book in which Celine tells the story of his childhood and youth. A complex tale of joy and bitterness, based on the history of the slave trade in Martinique. The story of Henri Charriere who spent thirteen years in a prison in Cayenne, Guyana, in for a crime he did not commit and how he escaped.

Cocteau rewrites the myth of Oedipus who, according to the Oracle of Delphi, would kill his father and marry his mother. A story about the immortal myth of Orpheus dealing with the topics of purification and death. In August the French government left Paris but the princess Bormes stayed there and transformed the lower ground of a hotel into an ambulance.

She hires the young Guillaume Thomas who pretends to be General Fontenoy's nephew. Phil and Vinca meet every year during the summer holidays. They have always been interested in each other, but Phil meets a woman who introduces him to carnal love. Vinca feels the betrayal of her friend. It is only then that they realize they have been in love. In the story a couple, in all likelihood on their honeymoon, stop for lunch while touring. Instead of allowing themselves to be led to a vacant table by a window overlooking a bay, Marc insists that he and Alice sit in the middle of the room.

The plot focuses on a young Parisian girl being groomed for a career as a courtesan and her relationship with the wealthy cultured man named Gaston who falls in love with her and eventually marries her. Last book of the 'Claudine' series. It is an autobiographical story about the author's happy childhood.

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First autobiographical book in which the author stages her youth in the 's Guadeloupe, the complicated relationship with her mother, the confrontation with death, racism, her dreams of freedom and independence. Les carnets du major W. A satire on the French in a style of Montesquieu's Lettres persanes.

The original version which has been overshadowed by the version of Madame Leprince de Beaumont published sixteen years later. This version invented a relationship similar to those found in the libertine novel of the 18th Century. Indochina, In the Gulf of Siam, a widow and her two children barely survive by exploiting rice fields located too close to the ocean. The mother battles both the sea and the corrupt colonial bureaucrats with the construction of a seawall. A young lady talks about her life, her family and about her deep loneliness tinted with love and uncertainty.


Memories, photographs, facsimiles of manuscripts and correspondence of Marguerite Duras. The story of the relationships between an Arab man and a French woman, the details the struggle of the working class during the time of the Algerian war in France. A political comedy featuring Rousselin, a candidate hero who is sometimes conservative, sometimes socialist, then claims to be liberal and who is ready to offer woman and daughter for the presidency.

Autobiographical novel by Romain Gary. He and his mother leave Russia for France, where they settle in Paris. As twenty years pass, they encounter social change, age, different convictions, poverty and the slow approach of World War II. His astonishingly original forays into speculative fiction include an army of possessed Christmas dolls, the sudden and short-lived manifestation of an invisible monster, a disappearing room possessed by cannibal spirits, a murderous scientist's discovery of a microscopic woman in a drop of water, a child's symbiotic relationship to a grave, and a haunted gallows-tree.

His stories are nightmarescapes of psychopathy, corruption, and decadence, featuring a serial-killer judge, a maddening episode of cabin fever which influenced The Shinning , a gruesome discovery during a night on the river, the inexplicable exodus of a man's walking furniture, the famous invisible vampire, the Horla, werewolves, haunted rooms, neglected ghosts, and vivid affairs of necrophilia. This unique and unrivalled edition of their best weird tales, fantasies, and mysteries includes critical introductions to each story, contextual information, and chilling illustrations that breathe life into their Gothic visions and bizarre fantasias.

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THE HORLA / LE HORLA: Illustré par Julian Damazi: Bilingual Edition: English / French eBook: Guy de Maupassant, Julian Damazi, Barryxqqd. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Maupassant wurde als Sohn einer lothringischen . Format: Kindle EditionVerified Purchase. Many years ago I watched a Vincent Price movie called "La Horla" which was based on this book and loved it.

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