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Fiche de lecture La Vie devant soi (résumé détaillé et analyse littéraire de référence) Book by Romain Gary

Fiche de lecture La Vie devant soi (résumé détaillé et analyse littéraire de référence) Book
  • Author : Romain Gary
  • Publisher : Les Éditions de l\'Ebook malin
  • Release Date : 2019-05-07
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Summary: La collection « Connaître une œuvre » vous offre la possibilité de tout savoir de La Vie devant soi de Romain Gary grâce à une fiche de lecture aussi complète que détaillée. La rédaction, claire et accessible, a été confiée à un spécialiste universitaire. Notre travail éditorial vous offre un grand confort de lecture, spécialement développé pour la lecture numérique. Cette fiche de lecture répond à une charte qualité mise en place par une équipe d’enseignants. Ce livre numérique contient : - Un sommaire dynamique - La biographie de Romain Gary - La présentation de l’œuvre - Le résumé détaillé (chapitre par chapitre) - Les raisons du succès - Les thèmes principaux - L'étude du mouvement littéraire de l’auteur

La Vie devant soi de Romain Gary (Analyse approfondie) Book by Karolin Brohee

La Vie devant soi de Romain Gary (Analyse approfondie) Book
  • Author : Karolin Brohee
  • Publisher : Profil littéraire
  • Release Date : 2016-02-29
  • Category: Literary Collections
  • Pages : 48
  • ISBN Code: 280626605X

Summary: Œuvre emblématique de Romain Gary qui s’est longtemps caché derrière le mystérieux Émile Ajar, La Vie devant soi raconte l’histoire de Momo, un jeune garçon musulman, qui s’est choisi comme mère adoptive Madame Rosa, une vielle dame juive. À travers les mots de ce jeune garçon, l’on découvre leur quotidien dans cet immeuble où Madame Rosa s’occupe des enfants des prostituées. Mais aussi et surtout la tendresse entre une vieille dame qui se meurt et un jeune garçon qui a la vie devant lui... Avant de résumer l’histoire de Momo et de Madame Rosa, Karolin Brohee nous raconte la vie de Romain Gary. Car, sans elle, il est difficile de comprendre toute la profondeur de l’œuvre de cet artiste insaisissable. C’est que Romain Gary déteste par-dessus tout être catalogué dans des cases bien souvent trop étroites pour son génie. Lui qui se plaît à se réinventer à chaque instant. C’est à l’aune de cette personnalité multiple qu’il faut lire La Vie devant soi et qu’il faut décrypter ses personnages ô combien attachants. Car derrière Momo, c’est bien Roman Kacew qui se cache, et derrière Madame Rosa, Romain Gary l’adulte. À travers des thématiques aussi fortes que la recherche identitaire et la solitude, l’on sent toutes les angoisses de l’auteur, celles qui le hantent depuis l’enfance.

Romain Gary Book by David Bellos

Romain Gary Book
  • Author : David Bellos
  • Publisher : Random House
  • Release Date : 2010-11-30
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Pages : 528
  • ISBN Code: 144640286X

Summary: Airman, war hero, immigrant, law student, diplomat, novelist and celebrity spouse, Romain Gary had several lives thrust upon him by the history of the twentieth century, but he also aspired to lead many more. He wrote more than two dozen books and a score of short stories under several different names in two languages, English and French, neither of which was his mother tongue. Gary had a gift for narrative that endeared him to ordinary readers, but won him little respect among critics far more intellectual than he could ever be. His varied and entertaining writing career tells a different story about the making of modern literary culture from the one we are accustomed to hearing. Born Roman Kacew in Vilna (now Lithuania) in 1914 and raised by only his mother after his father left them, Gary rose to become French Consul General in Los Angeles and the only man ever to win the Goncourt Prize twice. This biography follows the many threads that lead from Gary's wartime adventures and early literary career to his years in Hollywood and his marriage to the actress Jean Seberg. It illuminates his works in all their incarnations, and culminates in the tale of his most brilliant deception: the fabrication of a complex identity for his most successful nom de plume, Émile Ajar. In his new portrait of Gary, David Bellos brings biographical research together with literary and cultural analysis to make sense of the many lives of Romain Gary - a hero fit for our times, as well as his own.


  • Author : Lesley Blanch
  • Publisher : BookBlast ePublishing
  • Release Date : 2015-03-11
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Pages : 336
  • ISBN Code: 0993092799

Summary: Ideal reading for anyone looking for adventure and romance in unusual settings. Lesley Blanch writes about four strong women in The Wilder Shores of Love. Turning East, away from 19th Century Europe and conventional living, they found emancipation through escape and adventure. Isabel Burton married the Arabist and explorer Richard Burton; they worked together on his translation of A Thousand and One Nights; Jane Digby el-Mezrab (Lady Ellenborough, the society beauty), had four husbands and numerous lovers, including Honoré de Balzac and King Ludwig I of Bavaria. She ended up living in the Syrian desert with a young Bedouin chieftain; Aimée Dubucq de Rivery was a French convent girl who was captured at sea by pirates and became the consort of Sultan Abdul Hamid I; and Isabelle Eberhardt was a Swiss linguist who went to Algeria where she lived among tribesmen in the Sahara, converted to Islam, and dressed as a man. ANAIS NIN — “I read The Wilder Shores of Love by Lesley Blanch and became completely devoted to her writing. It is a book of great vitality, superb storytelling. She is herself Scheherazade telling about four remarkable women. I was fascinated by the charm and with which she tells biographical facts. The four women became my heroines. I read the book several times. My admiration for her was total. The Wilder Shores of Love would have made colourful and entrancing films.” CARSON McCULLERS — “The Wilder Shores of Love is a book of such radiance and strength.” FREYA STARK — “A book as excellent as its title.” WASHINGTON POST BOOK WORLD — “Love, wanderlust, faraway places – all that Romance implies – make up this delicious book.” NEW YORKER — “Four seething but most enjoyable studies in headlong nonconformity.” DAILY TELEGRAPH — “Enthralling to read.”

Promise at Dawn Book by Romain Gary

Promise at Dawn Book
  • Author : Romain Gary
  • Publisher : New Directions Publishing
  • Release Date : 2017-10-31
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Pages : 336
  • ISBN Code: 0811222233

Summary: A classic of modern French literature, the thrilling real-life story of the military hero, ambassador, ladies man, writer, and loving son I grew up longing for the day when I could tear down the veil of darkness and absurdity concealing the true face of the universe and discover at last a smile of kindness and wisdom; I grew up in the certitude that one day I should help my fellow men to wrest the world from our enemies and give back the earth to those who ennoble it with their courage and warm it with their love. Promise at Dawn begins as the story of a mother’s sacrifice: alone and poor, she fights fiercely to give her son the very best. Romain Gary chronicles his childhood in Russia, Poland, and on the French Riveria; he recounts his adventurous life as a young man fighting for France in World War II. But above all he tells the story of the love for his mother that was his very life—their secret and private planet, their wonderland “born out of a mother’s murmur into a child’s ear, a promise whispered at dawn of future triumphs and greatness, of justice and love.”

Older Brother Book by Mahir Guven

Older Brother Book
  • Author : Mahir Guven
  • Publisher : Europa Editions
  • Release Date : 2019-10-08
  • Category: Fiction
  • Pages : 222
  • ISBN Code: 1609455509

Summary: Prix Goncourt Winner: A “superb” novel of a Syrian immigrant in France and his two sons (The New York Times Book Review). Older Brother is the poignant story of a Franco-Syrian family whose father and two sons try to integrate themselves into a society that doesn’t offer them many opportunities. The father, an atheist communist who moved from Syria to France for his studies and stayed for love, has worked for decades driving a taxi to support his family. The eldest son is a driver for an app-based car service, which comically puts him at odds with his father, whose very livelihood is threatened by this new generation of disruptors. The younger son, shy and serious, works as a nurse in a French hospital. Jaded by the regular rejections he encounters in French society, he decides to join a Muslim humanitarian organization to help wounded civilians in the war in Syria. But when he stops sending news home, the silence begins to eat away at his father and brother, who wonder what his real motivations were. And when the younger brother returns home, he has changed . . . “A masterpiece of a first novel.” ?The Guardian “A striking debut that reveals the breadth of emotional disconnection that prejudice can stoke within a family.” ?Kirkus Reviews

Lie With Me Book by Philippe Besson

Lie With Me Book
  • Author : Philippe Besson
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Release Date : 2019-04-30
  • Category: Fiction
  • Pages : 160
  • ISBN Code: 1501197894

Summary: The Advocate’s Best Gay Novel of 2019 A New York Times Book Review Editor’s Choice O, The Oprah Magazine’s Best LGBTQ Books That'll Change the Literary Landscape in 2019 The Wall Street Journal’s Ten Books You’ll Want to Read this Spring Out's Best Queer Books of April 2019 TheSkimm’s LGBTQ+ books to celebrate Pride “Stunning and heart-gripping.” —André Aciman, author of Call Me By Your Name The award-winning, bestselling French novel by Philippe Besson—“the French Brokeback Mountain” (Elle)—about an affair between two teenage boys in 1984 France, translated with subtle beauty and haunting lyricism by the iconic and internationally acclaimed actress/writer Molly Ringwald. We drive at high speed along back roads, through woods, vineyards, and oat fields. The bike smells like gasoline and makes a lot of noise, and sometimes I’m frightened when the wheels slip on the gravel on the dirt road, but the only thing that matters is that I’m holding on to him, that I’m holding on to him outside. Just outside a hotel in Bordeaux, Philippe chances upon a young man who bears a striking resemblance to his first love. What follows is a look back at the relationship he’s never forgotten, a hidden affair with a gorgeous boy named Thomas during their last year of high school. Without ever acknowledging they know each other in the halls, they steal time to meet in secret, carrying on a passionate, world-altering affair. Dazzlingly rendered in English by Ringwald in her first-ever translation, Besson’s powerfully moving coming-of-age story captures the eroticism and tenderness of first love—and the heartbreaking passage of time.

Astrée, la vie devant soi Book by Bérénice Gaymard

Astrée, la vie devant soi Book
  • Author : Bérénice Gaymard
  • Publisher : Fleurus
  • Release Date : 2016-10-21T00:00:00+02:00
  • Category: Juvenile Fiction
  • Pages : 240
  • ISBN Code: 2728923914

Summary: Astrée Morel a 19 ans : elle vient de louper son bac et le monde semble s’écrouler autour d’elle. Elle part alors pour l’Égypte aider dans un dispensaire. Astrée découvre un monde auquel elle ne s’attendait pas, rempli de couleurs et de parfums... Pour la première fois, elle comprend qu’elle a les moyens de prendre sa vie en main et de changer celle des autres, en mieux. Une belle leçon d’espérance au féminin.

La vie devant soi de Romain Gary (Fiche de lecture) Book by Claire Argence,,

La vie devant soi de Romain Gary (Fiche de lecture) Book
  • Author : Claire Argence,,
  • Publisher : Primento
  • Release Date : 2014-12-10
  • Category: Study Aids
  • Pages : 24
  • ISBN Code: 2511026392

Summary: Cette fiche de lecture de La vie devant soi de Romain Gary propose une analyse complète : • un résumé • une analyse des personnages • une analyse des axes de lecture À propos de : propose plus 2500 analyses complètes de livres sur toute la littérature classique et contemporaine : des résumés, des analyses de livres, des questionnaires et des commentaires composés, etc. Nos analyses sont plébiscitées par les lycéens et les enseignants. Toutes nos analyses sont téléchargeables directement en ligne. FichesdeLecture est partenaire du Ministère de l'Education. Plus d'informations sur

The House I Loved Book by Tatiana de Rosnay

The House I Loved Book
  • Author : Tatiana de Rosnay
  • Publisher : St. Martin\'s Press
  • Release Date : 2012-02-14
  • Category: Fiction
  • Pages : 240
  • ISBN Code: 1429950471

Summary: From the New York Times bestselling author of Sarah's Key and A Secret Kept comes an absorbing new novel about one woman's resistance during an époque that shook Paris to its very core. Paris, France: 1860's. Hundreds of houses are being razed, whole neighborhoods reduced to ashes. By order of Emperor Napoleon III, Baron Haussman has set into motion a series of large-scale renovations that will permanently alter the face of old Paris, moulding it into a "modern city." The reforms will erase generations of history—but in the midst of the tumult, one woman will take a stand. Rose Bazelet is determined to fight against the destruction of her family home until the very end; as others flee, she stakes her claim in the basement of the old house on rue Childebert, ignoring the sounds of change that come closer and closer each day. Attempting to overcome the loneliness of her daily life, she begins to write letters to Armand, her beloved late husband. And as she delves into the ritual of remembering, Rose is forced to come to terms with a secret that has been buried deep in her heart for thirty years. Tatiana de Rosnay's The House I Loved is both a poignant story of one woman's indelible strength, and an ode to Paris, where houses harbor the joys and sorrows of their inhabitants, and secrets endure in the very walls...

A Fifty-Year Silence Book by Miranda Richmond Mouillot

A Fifty-Year Silence Book
  • Author : Miranda Richmond Mouillot
  • Publisher : Crown
  • Release Date : 2015-01-20
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Pages : 304
  • ISBN Code: 0804140650

Summary: A young woman moves across an ocean to uncover the truth about her grandparents' mysterious estrangement and pieces together the extraordinary story of their wartime experiences In 1948, after surviving World War II by escaping Nazi-occupied France for refugee camps in Switzerland, Miranda's grandparents, Anna and Armand, bought an old stone house in a remote, picturesque village in the South of France. Five years later, Anna packed her bags and walked out on Armand, taking the typewriter and their children. Aside from one brief encounter, the two never saw or spoke to each other again, never remarried, and never revealed what had divided them forever. A Fifty-Year Silence is the deeply involving account of Miranda Richmond Mouillot's journey to find out what happened between her grandmother, a physician, and her grandfather, an interpreter at the Nuremberg Trials, who refused to utter his wife's name aloud after she left him. To discover the roots of their embittered and entrenched silence, Miranda abandons her plans for the future and moves to their stone house, now a crumbling ruin; immerses herself in letters, archival materials, and secondary sources; and teases stories out of her reticent, and declining, grandparents. As she reconstructs how Anna and Armand braved overwhelming odds and how the knowledge her grandfather acquired at Nuremberg destroyed their relationship, Miranda wrestles with the legacy of trauma, the burden of history, and the complexities of memory. She also finds herself learning how not only to survive but to thrive--making a home in the village and falling in love. With warmth, humor, and rich, evocative details that bring her grandparents' outsize characters and their daily struggles vividly to life, A Fifty-Year Silence is a heartbreaking, uplifting love story spanning two continents and three generations.

The Last Samurai Book by Helen DeWitt

The Last Samurai Book
  • Author : Helen DeWitt
  • Publisher : New Directions Publishing
  • Release Date : 2016-05-31
  • Category: Fiction
  • Pages : 576
  • ISBN Code: 0811225518

Summary: Called “remarkable” (The Wall Street Journal) and “an ambitious, colossal debut novel” (Publishers Weekly), Helen DeWitt’s The Last Samurai is back in print at last Helen DeWitt’s 2000 debut, The Last Samurai, was “destined to become a cult classic” (Miramax). The enterprising publisher sold the rights in twenty countries, so “Why not just, ‘destined to become a classic?’” (Garth Risk Hallberg) And why must cultists tell the uninitiated it has nothing to do with Tom Cruise? Sibylla, an American-at-Oxford turned loose on London, finds herself trapped as a single mother after a misguided one-night stand. High-minded principles of child-rearing work disastrously well. J. S. Mill (taught Greek at three) and Yo Yo Ma (Bach at two) claimed the methods would work with any child; when these succeed with the boy Ludo, he causes havoc at school and is home again in a month. (Is he a prodigy, a genius? Readers looking over Ludo’s shoulder find themselves easily reading Greek and more.) Lacking male role models for a fatherless boy, Sibylla turns to endless replays of Kurosawa’s masterpiece Seven Samurai. But Ludo is obsessed with the one thing he wants and doesn’t know: his father’s name. At eleven, inspired by his own take on the classic film, he sets out on a secret quest for the father he never knew. He’ll be punched, sliced, and threatened with retribution. He may not live to see twelve. Or he may find a real samurai and save a mother who thinks boredom a fate worse than death.

Fear Book by Gabriel Chevallier

Fear Book
  • Author : Gabriel Chevallier
  • Publisher : New York Review of Books
  • Release Date : 2014-05-20
  • Category: Fiction
  • Pages : 328
  • ISBN Code: 159017741X

Summary: An NYRB Classics Original Winner of the Scott Moncrieff Prize for Translation 1915: Jean Dartemont heads off to the Great War, an eager conscript. The only thing he fears is missing the action. Soon, however, the vaunted “war to end all wars” seems like a war that will never end: whether mired in the trenches or going over the top, Jean finds himself caught in the midst of an unimaginable, unceasing slaughter. After he is wounded, he returns from the front to discover a world where no one knows or wants to know any of this. Both the public and the authorities go on talking about heroes—and sending more men to their graves. But Jean refuses to keep silent. He will speak the forbidden word. He will tell them about fear. John Berger has called Fear “a book of the utmost urgency and relevance.” A literary masterpiece, it is also an essential and unforgettable reckoning with the terrible war that gave birth to a century of war.

Heinrich Himmler Book by Peter Longerich

Heinrich Himmler Book
  • Author : Peter Longerich
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release Date : 2011-10-27
  • Category: History
  • Pages : 1052
  • ISBN Code: 0191617059

Summary: As head of the SS, chief of police, 'Reichskommissar for the Consolidation of Germanness', and Reich Interior Minister, Heinrich Himmler enjoyed a position of almost unparalleled power and responsibility in Nazi Germany. Perhaps more than any other single Nazi leader aside from Hitler, his name has become a byword for the terror, persecution, and destruction that characterized the Third Reich. His wide-ranging powers meant that he bore equal responsibility for the repression of the German people on the home front and the atrocities perpetrated by the SS in the East. Yet, in spite of his central role in the crimes of the Nazi regime, until now Himmler has remained a colourless and elusive figure in the history of the period. In this, the first-ever comprehensive biography of the SS-Reichsführer, leading German historian Peter Longerich puts every aspect of Himmler's life under the microscope. Masterfully interweaving the story of Himmler's personal life and political career with the wider history of the Nazi dictatorship, Longerich shows how skilfully he exploited and manipulated his disparate roles in the pursuit of his far-reaching and grandiose objectives. In the process, he illuminates the extraordinary degree to which Himmler's own personal prejudices, idiosyncrasies, and predilections made their mark on the organizations for which he was responsible - especially the SS, which in so many ways bore the characteristic hallmarks of its leader, and whose history remains both incomplete and incomprehensible without a detailed and intimate knowledge of its deeply sinister commander-in-chief.

The Kites Book by Romain Gary

The Kites Book
  • Author : Romain Gary
  • Publisher : New Directions Publishing
  • Release Date : 2019-09-24
  • Category: Fiction
  • Pages : 320
  • ISBN Code: 0811226557

Summary: Romain Gary’s bittersweet final masterpiece is “epic and empathetic” (BBC) and “one of his best” (The New York Times) The Kites begins with a young boy, Ludo, coming of age on a small farm in Normandy under the care of his eccentric kite-making Uncle Ambrose. Ludo’s life changes the day he meets Lila, a girl from the aristocratic Polish family that owns the estate next door. In a single glance, Ludo falls in love forever; Lila, on the other hand, disappears back into the woods. And so begins Ludo’s adventure of longing, passion, and love for the elusive Lila, who begins to reciprocate his feelings just as Europe descends into World War II. After Germany invades Poland, Lila and her family go missing, and Ludo’s devotion to saving her from the Nazis becomes a journey to save his love, his loved ones, his country, and ultimately himself. Filled with unforgettable characters who fling all they have into the fight to keep their hopes—and themselves—alive, The Kites is Romain Gary’s poetic call for resistance in whatever form it takes. A war hero himself, Gary embraced and fought for humanity in all its nuanced complexities, in the belief that a hero might be anyone who has the courage to love and hope.

Sweet Caress Book by William Boyd

Sweet Caress Book
  • Author : William Boyd
  • Publisher : HarperCollins
  • Release Date : 2015-09-15
  • Category: Fiction
  • Pages : 464
  • ISBN Code: 144344488X

Summary: Born into Edwardian England, Amory Clay’s first memory is of her father standing on his head. She has memories of him returning on leave during the First World War. But his absences, both actual and emotional, are what she chiefly remembers. It is her photographer uncle Greville who supplies the emotional bond she needs, who, when he gives her a camera and some rudimentary lessons in photography, unleashes a passion that will irrevocably shape her future. A spell at boarding school ends abruptly and Amory begins an apprenticeship with Greville in London, photographing socialites for the magazine Beau Monde. But Amory is hungry for more and her search for life, love and artistic expression will take her to the demi monde of Berlin of the late ’20s, to New York of the ’30s, to the blackshirt riots in London, and to France in the Second World War, where she becomes one of the first women war photographers. Her desire for experience will lead Amory to further wars, to lovers, husbands and children as she continues to pursue her dreams and battle her demons. In this enthralling story of a life fully lived, illustrated with “found” period photographs, William Boyd has created a sweeping panorama of some of the most defining moments of modern history, told through the camera lens of one unforgettable woman, Amory Clay. It is his greatest achievement to date.

L'Homme que l'on croyait Book by Paul Pavlowitch

L'Homme que l'on croyait Book
  • Author : Paul Pavlowitch
  • Publisher : Fayard
  • Release Date : 2014-04-01
  • Category: Fiction
  • Pages : 320
  • ISBN Code: 2213657963

Summary: Six mois se sont écoulés depuis la mort de Romain Gary. En accord avec sa volonté, je me dois de faire la déclaration suivante : A la fin de l'année 1972, Romain Gary me dit qu'il avait l'intention d'écrire « toute autre chose sous un tout autre nom », parce que, insista-t-il, « je n'ai plus la liberté nécessaire ». Au mois de mars 1973, il finissait le premier jet de Gros-Câlin et l'achevait définitivement au mois de décembre de la même année. Il choisissait alors comme pseudonyme Émile Ajar. Il demanda à un ami de faire parvenir ce texte aux Éditions Gallimard. Pour des raisons d'organisation, le manuscrit fut publié au Mercure de France, au printemps 1974. Au printemps 1975, Romain Gary écrivait de nouveau sous ce même pseudonyme un livre qui sortirait sous le titre de La Vie devant soi. Il me demanda de signer le contrat de publication de ce livre, toujours sous ce même pseudonyme d'Émile Ajar. Le livre fut publié au mois de septembre 1975. A ce moment-là, ni son éditeur, Claude Gallimard, ni celui d'Émile Ajar, Simone Gallimard, ne savait qui écrivait sous ce nom. Ils l'ignoreront jusqu'à sa mort. Pour ce qui me concernait, nul ne connaissait mon identité civile personnelle. Je donnai une interview pour asseoir le personnage. Puis, reconnu, je dus en donner d'autres. Après le prix Goncourt décerné à La Vie devant soi, le romancier écrivit sous ce même pseudonyme deux autres livres : Pseudo, publié en 1976, et l'Angoisse du Roi Salomon, publié en 1979. Le 3 décembre 1980, pour les raisons qu'il a données dans son dernier message, Romain Gary se suicida. Nul n'a su jusqu'à sa mort qu'il était l'auteur dissimulé sous ce pseudonyme. Dès son premier livre signé Ajar, Romain Gary fut déterminé à ne jamais révéler de son vivant qu'il en était l'auteur. Paul Pavlowitch

Vendredi ou la vie sauvage de Michel Tournier (Fiche de lecture) Book by Vanessa Grosjean,,

Vendredi ou la vie sauvage de Michel Tournier (Fiche de lecture) Book
  • Author : Vanessa Grosjean,,
  • Publisher : Primento
  • Release Date : 2014-12-10
  • Category: Study Aids
  • Pages : 24
  • ISBN Code: 251102666X

Summary: Cette fiche de lecture sur Vendredi ou la vie sauvage de Michel Tournier propose une analyse complète de l'oeuvre : • un résumé de Vendredi ou la vie Sauvage • une analyse des personnages • une analyse des axes de lecture.Appréciée des lycéens, cette fiche de lecture sur Vendredi ou la vie sauvage a été rédigée par un professeur de français. À propos de : propose plus 2500 analyses complètes de livres sur toute la littérature classique et contemporaine : des résumés, des analyses de livres, des questionnaires et des commentaires composés, etc. Nos analyses sont plébiscitées par les lycéens et les enseignants. Toutes nos analyses sont téléchargeables directement en ligne. FichesdeLecture est partenaire du Ministère de l'Education. Plus d'informations sur

Guy de Maupassant - The Complete Works: Short Stories, Novels, Plays, Poetry, Memoirs and more Book by Guy de Maupassant

Guy de Maupassant - The Complete Works: Short Stories, Novels, Plays, Poetry, Memoirs and more Book
  • Author : Guy de Maupassant
  • Publisher : e-artnow
  • Release Date : 2015-04-16
  • Category: Fiction
  • Pages : 10800
  • ISBN Code: 8026834119

Summary: This carefully crafted ebook: "Guy de Maupassant - The Complete Works: Short Stories, Novels, Plays, Poetry, Memoirs and more" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. Guy de Maupassant (1850-1893) was a popular French writer, considered one of the fathers of the modern short story and one of the form's finest exponents. Maupassant was a protégé of Flaubert and his stories are characterized by economy of style and efficient, effortless outcomes. He wrote some 300 short stories, six novels, three travel books, and one volume of verse. His first published story, "Boule de Suif" ("Ball of Fat"), is often considered his masterpiece. Table of Contents: Introduction to the Works of Guy de Maupassant by Leo Tolstoy Novels: A Life Bel-Ami (The History of a Scoundrel) Mont Oriol Notre Coeur - A Woman's Pastime Pierre and Jean Strong as Death Novellas and Short Stories: Boul De Suif Simon's Papa Suicides On The River Lieutenant Lare's Marriage Two Friends Father Milon A Coup D"Etat The Horrible Madame Parisse An Adventure in Paris The Awakening Crash My Landlady The Horla Our Letters Profitable Business A Fashionable Woman The Donkey A Mother of Monsters A Family Affair The Mad Woman The Bandmaster's Sister The Cripple A Cock Crowed Words of Love Miss Harriet Mademoiselle Fifi Pierrot …and many more Plays: A Tale of Old Times A Comedy of Marriage Musotte Poems: Des Vers Travel Sketches: Au Soleil: African Wanderings La Vie Errante Sur L'Eau: In Vagabondia French Original Texts: Une Vie Pierre Et Jean Mont-oriol Notre Coeur Fort Comme La Mort Bel-ami Mademoiselle Fifi Madame Baptiste La Rouille Marroca La Bûche La Relique Le Lit Fou? Mots d'Amour Une Aventure Parisienne Deux Amis Nuit de Noël Le Remplaçant Boul De Suif La Maison Tellier Le Pere Milon Le Diable La Petite Roque Lui? Mademoiselle Pearl Le Horla Clair de Lune Des Vers Recollections of Guy de Maupassant by His Valet by François Tassart ...

French Twentieth Bibliography Book by Peter C. Hoy

French Twentieth Bibliography Book
  • Author : Peter C. Hoy
  • Publisher : Susquehanna University Press
  • Release Date : 1993-08
  • Category:
  • Pages : 696
  • ISBN Code: 9780945636557

Summary: This series of bibliographical references is one of the most important tools for research in modern and contemporary French literature. No other bibliography represents the scholarly activities and publications of these fields as completely.