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Se Perdre

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L'espoir est une denrée qu'Annie Ernaux délivre avec la plus rigoureuse parcimonie. Dans Se perdre, journal intime où Passion simple (1992) prit sa source, elle se montre particulièrement avare. On pense à certains maîtres japonais, tel Kawabata, sorciers du genre: neige et ciel de cendre. Mais Annie Ernaux y apporte sa révolte: elle griffe la neige. Et laisse quelques lam ...more
Paperback, 376 pages
Published May 1st 2002 by Gallimard Education (first published October 17th 2001)
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En congrès de sociologie, pendant une communication sur la sexualité des personnes qui approchent de la retraite, le conférencier (Michel Bozon) a évoqué brièvement ce livre comme un exemple de la discrimination qui traîne entre les hommes et les femmes âgés. Cela a piqué ma curiosité: ainsi une femme de 49 ans ne pourrait pas entretenir une passion pour un homme de 35 ans sans que cela provoque une mini-controverse en France? Pourtant, ce livre est loin d'insister ce thème qui est, somme toute, ...more
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Annie Ernaux is a French writer.

She won the Prix Renaudot in 1984 for her book La Place, an autobiographical narrative focusing on her relationship with her father and her experiences growing up in a small town in France, and her subsequent process of moving into adulthood and away from her parents' place of origin.
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