Jean-Paul Didierlaurent


Born
in France
March 02, 1962

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Jean-Paul Didierlaurent mora em Vosges, França.
Os seus contos já ganharam por duas vezes o Prémio Hemingway.
O leitor do trem das 6h27 é seu primeiro romance, cujo direito de publicação foi adquirido em 25 países

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The Reader on the 6.27

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Le reste de leur vie

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Macadam

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La Fissure

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Cabine Numéro 12

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“my thoughts have matured overnight, like dough left to rise which you find in the morning all puffed-up and sweet smelling .”
Jean-Paul Didierlaurent, The Reader on the 6.27

“Les gens n'attendent en général qu'une seule chose de vous: que vous leur renvoyiez l'image de ce qu'ils veulent que vous soyez. Et cette image que je leur proposais, ils n'en voulaient surtout pas. C'était une vue du monde d'en haut, une vue qui n'avait rien à faire ici. Alors s'il y a une leçon que j'ai bien apprise en près de vingt-huit ans de présence sur cette Terre, c'est que l'habit doit faire le moine et peu importe ce que cache la soutane.”
Jean-Paul Didierlaurent, Le Liseur du 6h27

“For all those fellow commuters, he was the reader, the bizarre character who each weekday would read out, in a loud, clear voice, from the handful of pages he extracted from his briefcase.”
Jean-Paul Didierlaurent, The Reader on the 6.27

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