Julien Parme Florian Zeller

Julien Parme  Florian Zeller Author Florian Zeller
ISBN-10 1901285979
Release 2008
Pages 246
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The young Julien Parme is in love with Mathilde, and is intent on telling her so. But when Julien is forced to stay at home the night he plans to tell her, and worse, when the news of his mother's decision to re-marry is cruelly passed on to him as hear-say, he decides to leave his home to become a writer. But first he must find Mathilde.

De ontsnapping van Julien Parme

De ontsnapping van Julien Parme Author Florian Zeller
ISBN-10 9029565268
Release 2007
Pages 244
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Een met zichzelf overhoop liggende, mythomane puberjongen zwerft door Parijs, op zoek naar liefde en troost.

The Fascination of Evil

The Fascination of Evil Author Florian Zeller
ISBN-10 1906548048
Release 2008-01-01
Pages 153
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When the unnamed narrator receives an invitation to visit Egypt as the guest of the French Embassy in Cairo, he anticipates a boring week of literary discussions and official dinners. But from the start, his fellow author—Martin Millet—seems determined to stir up the tensions that underlie the politeness of Egyptian society. He offends Islamic sensibilities with his views on art and the novel, and his entire stay eventually degenerates into an obsessive search for an Egyptian woman willing to have sex with him. The atmosphere between the two authors becomes one of mutual mistrust bordering on open dislike. As the narrator finds himself dragged ever deeper into Millet’s obsessions, he begins not only to fear for his own and Millet’s safety, but also for the future of Western civilization.

Lovers Or Something Like it

Lovers Or Something Like it Author Florian Zeller
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105114104735
Release 2005
Pages 147
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An intelligent and sensitive portrayal of the doubts and desires of a new generation

The Truth

The Truth Author Florian Zeller
ISBN-10 9780571327454
Release 2016-03-31
Pages 96
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Two couples. Friendship, suspicion, deceit. And the truth. Florian Zeller's The Truth, in the English translation by Christopher Hampton, premiered at The Chocolate Factory, London, in association with Theatre Royal Bath. It follows the phenomenal success of The Father (Theatre Royal Bath, Tricycle, London and West End) and The Mother (Theatre Royal Bath, Tricycle, London), both by Florian Zeller and translated by Christopher Hampton.

The Old Man Mad about Drawing

The Old Man Mad about Drawing Author François Place
ISBN-10 1567922600
Release 2004
Pages 105
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Tojiro, a young seller of rice cakes in the Japanese capital of Edo, later known as Tokyo, is amazed to discover that the grumpy and shabby old man who buys his cakes is a famous artist renowned for his sketches, prints, and paintings of flowers, animals, and landscapes.

The Last Giants

The Last Giants Author François Place
ISBN-10 0879239905
Release 1993
Pages 74
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After finding a huge tooth on the docks, English explorer Archibald Leopold Ruthmore sets out to seek the race of giants to whom the tooth belongs and discovers nine giants, the survivors of a singularly gentle and kindly race.

Ultimate Game

Ultimate Game Author Christian Lehmann
ISBN-10 1567922155
Release 2003-05-01
Pages 178
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1996 It all begins when Eric, Charles, and Andreas come upon the video store of their dreams, featuring war games they've never even heard of. Amid the stacks of lurid boxes, the most remarkable game of all is pressed on them by the store's owner. Though it fits on a single diskette, the game surpasses their wildest fantasies: the graphics are better than a movie, and the action seems to put them right inside the screen. A chilling novel of suspense, virtual reality, and cyberterror by a major new author of young adult fiction.

The Yellow Eyes of Crocodiles

The Yellow Eyes of Crocodiles Author Katherine Pancol
ISBN-10 9781101613870
Release 2013-12-31
Pages 464
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Le Divorce meets The Elegance of the Hedgehog in this hilariously entertaining mega-bestseller from France When her chronically unemployed husband runs off to start a crocodile farm in Kenya with his mistress, Joséphine Cortès is left in an unhappy state of affairs. The mother of two—confident, beautiful teenage Hortense and shy, babyish Zoé—is forced to maintain a stable family life while making ends meet on her meager salary as a medieval history scholar. Meanwhile, Joséphine’s charismatic sister Iris seems to have it all—a wealthy husband, gorgeous looks, and a très chic Paris address—but she dreams of bringing meaning back into her life. When Iris charms a famous publisher into offering her a lucrative deal for a twelfth-century romance, she offers her sister a deal of her own: Joséphine will write the novel and pocket all the proceeds, but the book will be published under Iris’s name. All is well—that is, until the book becomes the literary sensation of the season.

The Long Way

The Long Way Author Bernard Moitessier
ISBN-10 0924486848
Release 1995-01-01
Pages 256
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Bernard Moitessier is a writer and one of France's most famous sailors.

City Transit

City Transit Author Lucas Mokrani Delaval
ISBN-10 9782748353969
Release 2010-06-01
Pages 256
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Paris, en été. Enzo Seban et Pierre Demaux sont deux jeunes parfaitement équilibrés : en ces temps de vacances, ces deux meilleurs amis sortent, boivent et baisent à tout va. Mais, un soir de cuite, ils prennent conscience de la terrible simplicité de leur quotidien et décident de s'en aller. Ainsi, les deux fêtards s'improvisent vagabonds et réalisent leur rêve de liberté. Ils feront le plein de soleil, d'eau salée, d'adrénaline et de rencontres au cours d'un été qui changera leur vie.

The Last Day of a Condemned Man

The Last Day of a Condemned Man Author Victor Hugo
ISBN-10 9780486120966
Release 2012-03-07
Pages 128
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In this profoundly moving classic by the author of Les Misérables, a condemned man facing the guillotine looks back on his life and writes of his anguish inside prison walls.

The Madmen of Benghazi

The Madmen of Benghazi Author Gérard de Villiers
ISBN-10 9780345808189
Release 2014-07-29
Pages 272
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A gripping, ripped from the headlines espionage thriller set in volatile post-Qaddafi Libya. Featuring Malko Linge, an Austrian aristocrat who freelances for the CIA, this is the first in a series of novels by Gérard de Villiers, the bestselling French author whose sales exceed 120 million copies, and who has been hailed as France's answer to Ian Fleming. To counter the Islamists ready to seize control of post-Qaddafi Libya, the Americans try to establish a constitutional monarchy with Ibrahim al-Senussi on the throne. When a missile narrowly misses al-Senussi's plane during his descent into Egypt, it becomes clear that someone wants him dead. The CIA sends Malko Linge to Cairo to learn more about al-Senussi's plans--by seducing his companion, a ravishing British model. This mission, although enormously appealing, becomes very dangerous, as the same conspirators who are trying to kill al-Senussi also take aim at Malko. Malko follows al-Senussi to Benghazi, where they both find themselves facing Abu Bukatalla, the Madman of God, a fundamentalist who sees control of Libya as his for the taking.

Paulina 1880

Paulina 1880 Author Pierre Jean Jouve
ISBN-10 0810160048
Release 1995
Pages 188
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Paulina 1880, published in 1925, strikingly prefigures the French "new wave" in fiction. In Pierre Jean Jouve's first novel, Paulina - said to be the most beautiful woman in Milan - enters a passionate affair with a married man. Her love for Count Michele Cantarini is all-consuming, yet Paulina is plagued by its impurity in the eyes of her family, of society, of God. The death of her father, and the subsequent death of the Count's wife, send Paulina into an abyss from which neither her love for Michele nor her faith in God can rescue her.

The Silence and the Roar

The Silence and the Roar Author Nihad Sirees
ISBN-10 190896829X
Release 2013-01-01
Pages 208
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With The Silence and the Roar, Nihad Sirees writes a powerful, life-affirming and Kafkaesque novel about a censored writer trying to live a normal life under a Middle Eastern dictatorship, Syria. Fathi, a writer no longer permitted to write, makes his way through a city churned by parades for an unnamed dictator. It is a day stifled by heat and the noise of the chants, a day of people trampled, and of the brutality and bullying of the party faithful. But Fathi presses treacherously against the crowd, attempting just to visit his mother and his girlfriend.

Le bel h t ro roman gay

Le bel h  t  ro  roman gay Author Jordan Béranger
ISBN-10 9782363078346
Release 2013-12-26
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Le bel hétéro Jordan Béranger Paul est né à Biarritz d’une famille de commerçants aisés. Préadolescent, il tombe amoureux de son jeune nouveau voisin, Sébastien, et découvre ainsi son homosexualité. Un jour, en vacances chez des amis, il devra partager sa chambre avec le plus beau garçon qu’il lui été donné de voir dans sa jeune vie. Ce dernier est hétérosexuel, mais assez « cool » pour expérimenter de nouveaux horizons. Paul laisse toutes les portes ouvertes. Ainsi, d’années en années, il s’apercevra que le bel hétéro est son type d’homme, et la vie lui donnera la chance d’en rencontrer de nombreux dans des circonstances toujours plus particulières. Retrouvez tous nos titres sur http://www.textesgais.fr/

Le Jourde Naulleau

Le Jourde   Naulleau Author Eric Naulleau
ISBN-10 9782351642788
Release 2015-04-09
Pages 300
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La nouvelle édition mise à jour et enrichie du pastiche du Lagarde est Michard : Le Jourde et Naulleau. Pierre Jourde et Éric Naulleau persistent et signent dans leur entreprise de nuisance littéraire. Enfin une version revue et augmentée de leur pastiche du Lagarde et Michard, dans laquelle ils s'amusent à épingler, avec une certaine ironie, des écrivains remarquables et remarqués. Si l'on retrouve leurs cibles de toujours : Marie Darrieussecq, Alexandre Jardin, Camille Laurens, Bernard-Henri Lévy, Philippe Labro, Christine Angot, Philippe Sollers... viennent enfin se joindre à ce brillant aréopage : Patrick Besson, Anna Gavalda, Marc Lévy, Florian Zeller... Enfin, pour couronner le tout, découvrez Olivier Adam, François Bégaudeau et Philippe Djan. Leurs œuvres sont présentées et annotées, afin de goûter toute la saveur de leur style. Et pour ceux qui désireraient tester leurs connaissances : des sujets de devoirs et leurs corrigés !