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Comment quitte-t-on quelqu'un ? Et pourquoi ? Voici dix-neuf nouvelles froides et cinglantes, dix-neuf petites histoires qui nous plongent dans un décor de ruptures. Un homme amoureux de sa femme se rend compte qu'elle a un amant et part pour une partie de chasse avec lui. Aura-t-il le courage ? Une femme qui a déjà bien vécu s'aperçoit qu'elle a des sentiments pour son gi ...more
Hardcover, 179 pages
Published November 28th 1977 by Delacorte Press (first published 1975)
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Anastasia
In questa raccolta di racconti la Sagan tenta di raccontare il ricordo dell'amore nelle membra invecchiate del ceto borghese, palesemente annoiato da se stesso e dalla propria vita.
Raramente è l'amore realizzato nel presente (forse l'eccezione è Il cielo d'Italia), anzi: è un amore congelato, appassito dal tempo, il tipico rapporto affettuoso ma di freddi spiriti fra un marito e una moglie che non sembrano avere più tanto da spartire su un piano intimo, soffocati dalla loro stessa routine insens
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Denis
This book written in 1975 is a compilation of short stories - and if one misses the way Françoise Sagan usually unfolds her deceptively simple stories over the course of an entire book, finding all her usual themes in each one of those stories is quite intriguing, delightful, and interesting. Sagan seems obsessed by those moments in life, unexpected and not necessarily linked to a major event, which change the course of an existence, for the better or for the worse - sometimes leading directly t ...more
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Born Françoise Quoirez, she grew up in a French, Catholic, bourgeois family. She was an independent thinker and avid reader as a young girl, and upon failing her examinations for continuing at the Sorbonne, she became a writer.

She went to her family's home in the south of France and wrote her first novel, Bonjour Tristesse, at age 18. She submitted it to Editions Juillard in January 1954 and it
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