L'Écume des jours
L ouvrage fournit toutes les clés pour analyser le roman de Boris Vian.Le résumé détaillé est suivi de l étude des problématiques essentielles, parmi lesquelles : Les personnages principaux et secondaires Un roman à l intersection de plusieurs genres L impossible amour L écriture de Boris Vian... show more
L ouvrage fournit toutes les clés pour analyser le roman de Boris Vian.Le résumé détaillé est suivi de l étude des problématiques essentielles, parmi lesquelles : Les personnages principaux et secondaires Un roman à l intersection de plusieurs genres L impossible amour L écriture de Boris Vian Une narration sous le signe du cinéma.
Publish date: January 2nd 1997
Publisher: Le Livre de poche
Pages no: 351
Edition language: French
This was supposed to be about love. But it was actually an absurd book, sad and also simplifying. It was well written, the language was beautiful, the characters more like sketches of ideas than real people, but I assume that was deliberate. I didn't really enjoy it. It also reduces love to in...
This surreslistic novel is one of the most famous works of French author Boris Vian, of those that he first published under his real name. It also made it on many school reading lists and it actually seems to be quite popular in its country of origin – I definitely understand why. Writing Mood Ind...
Un mundo surreal. Un ratón como mascota. Un cocinero avergonzado de que su hermana haya ido a la universidad. Dos obsesionados con Jean Sol Partre. Una mujer con una flor en el pulmón. Y un hombre enamorado que realiza toda una serie de trabajos bizarros para poder reunir dinero para curarla.Una his...
Once upon a time, a younger version of this lovely reviewer went to a theater somewhere in the north of France and was witness of a French reproduction of 'L'écume des jours'. The show was a marvellous mix of conversations between cats and mice, flowers, hilarious church services and heartwrenching ...
Wow, this book destroyed me. Beautiful, oneiric, sexy, deadpan, linguistically inventive – and then in the end remorselessly tragic.You know what reading this book is like? It's like you're sitting there having fun, the sun's shining – and who do you see bouncing towards you but the most adorable, c...