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Dialogue avec mon jardinier

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L'un peint la beauté, les doigts trempés dans les gouaches ; l'autre la cultive les mains plongées dans la terre. L'un est le patron, l'autre l'employé. Après le travail, le peintre et le jardinier se rencontrent, se trouvent.
Mass Market Paperback, 220 pages
Published May 10th 2007 by Points (first published November 3rd 2000)
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Béatrice
Dec 27, 2014 Béatrice rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Délicieux et très humain...alors qu'on y parle beaucoup de patates et de salades!
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May 24, 2010 Jenny rated it it was amazing
Enjoyed this and the film. This book is good to read if learning French as its written in diary form with an artist recording his conversations with his gardener. its mostly the dialogue of what the gardener said. Also if you are into gardening you will like this as it gives you the French names of lots of garden plants etc as well as the words for moles, earthworms etc.
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Dec 29, 2009 Nela rated it it was amazing
This is a lovely book with a wonderfully written conversation between two worlds. There is tenderness and friendship and honesty and it made me laugh out loud as often as it made me cry. It is one of my go-to books when I don't know what to read but want something good.
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