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Le bonheur: tableaux et bavardages

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Paperback, 161 pages
Published 1986 by Éditions du Rocher
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Dominique
I think the best is just to give the presentation of his book, Philippe DELERM did himself:
"I'm happy. Will it continue? Here is the subject of this book. It will be a thriller. The most authentic one of the century. I am surrounded from every where, and until the bottom of my burrow. On each page there will be a sense of threat in the air, threat of death or cancer, car crash, or just weariness with life. But I'm strong, I have a lot of ammunition, I'll talk about it. If the threat takes shape,
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Natalie
This book, as other of Delerm’s irresistible works, is for those, who know how to savoir vivre, or would like to learn the art of it. Delerm is a very unusual author: I recommend reading his stories the way you try a good wine: sip (not drink!) them slowly, bit by bit, taste them, word by word, in order to let the flavor of every sentence to come out and flourish on the banks of your mind; to let the words gently force you to ruminate on the nature of simple things, surrounding us here and there ...more
Emeline
Pour un livre sur le bonheur ,celui est loin de nous en apporter. Si Phillipe Delerm sait toucher ,émouvoir ,évoquer des détails simples en les rendants vivants ,en realisant une atmoshère ..il est assurément mièvre par moments. À chacun sa vision et son évocation du bonheur.
Lionel Fradin
J'ai particulièrement apprécié les tableaux, ou l'on se balade entre prose et poésie...
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Philippe Delerm est né le 27 novembre 1950 à Auvers-sur-Oise. Ses parents étant instituteurs, il passe son enfance dans des «maisons d’école» : à Auvers, Louveciennes, Saint-Germain. Études de Lettres à la faculté de Nanterre, puis nommé professeur de lettres en Normandie. Il vit donc depuis 1975 à Beaumont-le-Roger (Eure), avec Martine, sa femme, également professeur de lettres et illustrateur-au ...more
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La première gorgée de bière et autres plaisirs minuscules Il avait plu tout le dimanche La sieste assassinée Je vais passer pour un vieux con Autumn

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