[PDF/EBOOK] Passion simple by Annie Ernaux

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Passion simple

Is subject to her cold indifference With courage and exactitude she seeks the truth behind an existence lived entirely for someone else and in the pieces of its aftermath she is able to find. book has been placed on the shelf of every house I have lived in since 1995 I have kept my first printing in the best collectible condition I possibly c

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In her spare stark style Annie Ernaux documents the desires and indignities of a human heart ensnared in an all consuming passion Blurring the lines between fact and fiction an unnamed narrat. This summer for the first time I watched an X rated film on Canal Plus My television set doesn t have a decoder the images on the screen were blurred

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Or attempts to plot the emotional and physical course of her two year relationship with a married foreigner where every word event and person either provides a connection with her beloved or. Whether or not he was worth it is of no conseuence And the fact that all this is gradually slipping away from me as if it concerned another woman does


About the Author: Annie Ernaux

Annie Ernaux is a French writerShe 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 subseuent process of moving into adulthood and away from her parents' place of origin



10 thoughts on “Passion simple

  1. says:

    At a spare sixty one pages Annie Ernaux's account of a woman's experience with all consuming passion is mercifully briefAnd this is a mercy because for a woman of the current cultural age great shame attaches to the knowledge that t

  2. says:

    This book reminded me of exactly how I felt when I fell for a married man Intense and overwhelming chemistry wa

  3. says:

    This summer for the first time I watched an X rated film on Canal Plus My television set doesn't have a decoder; the images on the screen were blurred the words replaced by strange sound effects hissing and babbling a different sort of language soft and continuous One could make out the figure of a woman in a corset and st

  4. says:

    I do not wish to explain my passion that would imply that it were a mistake or some disorder I need to justify I just want to describe it p 23I hate reading books like this because they make me want to be in love againAt the same time the yin

  5. says:

    Honesty That the first t

  6. says:

    Whether or not he was 'worth it' is of no conseuence And the fact that all this is gradually slipping away from me as if it concerne

  7. says:

    ‘Simple Passion’ by Annie Ernaux was one of the books mentioned in Lance Donaldson Evans’ ‘One Hundred Great French Books’ I haven’t heard of Annie Ernaux before and so decided to try this book I read it in one sitting and finished

  8. says:

    book has been placed on the shelf of every house I have lived in since 1995 I have kept my first printing in the best col

  9. says:

    From September last year I did nothing else but wait for a man for him to call me and come round to my place 1% This book surprised me It wasn't what I expected and to be exposed to the raw emotion and sincerity of the narrator touched me deeply The opening of the novel gripped me and never let go until I finished it in one sitting I appre

  10. says:

    My roommatefriend Mita recommended this one to me and I'm glad she did it's a very uick engrossing read I think it took me half of a day to readVery simply this is a portrait of one woman's position as a mistress to a married man and how her passion for him consumes her this passion is largely one sideded thoug

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