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«On lui avait cassé les dents. Tout d'abord, j'avais cru qu'on les lui avait arrachées. Mais non. Marie-Jo avait raison.
"Alors ? J'avais pas raison ?"
Je me suis relevé. Mon genou m'a fait souffrir.
J'ai soupiré :
"Cette pauvre fille. Quand même, cette pauvre fille. Hier encore, je la voyais courir. Le tour complet du parc. Chaque jour que Dieu faisait. Cette pauvre fille.
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Published (first published June 5th 2002)
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Je me suis ennuyé dans ce Djian un peu vide et facile.
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Philippe Djian (born 1949 in Paris) is a popular French author of Armenian descent.
Djian graduated from the ESJ Paris. After a period of wandering and odd jobs, he published a volume of short stories, 50 contre 1 (1981), and then the novels Bleu comme l'enfer (1982) and Zone érogène (1984) before gaining fame with his subsequent novels 37°2 le matin (1985) which was filmed by Jean-Jacques Beineix...more
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