Notre petite vie cernée de rêves
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Notre petite vie cernée de rêves

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Paperback, 175 pages
Published August 2008 by Editions Thierry Magnier (first published 15th 1968)
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Ce roman devrait se lire à tous les âges, car il vous donne une confiance en vous et vous ouvre les yeux sur ce qui est bon et beau. La relation naissante entre Albert et sa voisine met du baume au coeur, cela rappelle Harold et Maud. On assiste à des échanges passionnants sur la littérature et le théâtre, c'est grandiose. Et en-deçà il y a la petite vie étriquée du garçon et de sa famille. C'est laid, assez triste et pathétique mais cela apporte du poids à l'ambition cachée de Mme Woodfin, qu'o...more
A sweet, touching YA novel from 1969, apparently one of the earliest of the genre. An aimless, miserable teenage boy named Albert Scully meets and befriends an eccentric old woman who teaches him the importance of life dreams and subsequently, a few things about self-esteem. I enjoyed it; perhaps the Lessons Learned here have been taught many, many times in very many YA stories since, but there's a sincerity and simplicity of feeling here that I found winning.
lovely book. it's about a teenage boy who just recently becomes close to his neighbor whom is an old lady with many amazing stories. the old lady shows him how to become himself and have dreams with her stories of life.
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