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Barrault, 1985 - 364 pages
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Amour et marginalité. La passion d'un écrivain incompris et bloqué pour une femme "explosive", à l'équilibre mental plus que délicat. Un troisième roman très réussi qui introduit avec naturel dans le genre "populaire" des problèmes artistiques et existentiels.

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User Review  - bluepigeon - LibraryThing

Despite the melancholy and many tints of "blue" in this novel, I could not help but see it as a fairytale. What a carefree life! What bohemian ease! How the main character can easily overcome money ... Read full review

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User Review  - Miguelnunonave - LibraryThing

Wild love and mental illness. Supposedly erotic, supposedly thought-provoking. None of the two, really. Just a soap opera (and a rather grim one, for that matter...) Like Houellebecq, it doesn't do any favour to contemporary French fiction. Read full review


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