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Ma mère avait raison : roman

Author: Alexandre Jardin
Publisher: Paris : Bernard Grasset, [2017] ©2017
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : Fiction : FrenchView all editions and formats
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Without doubt, the most funny and heartbreaking book by Alexandre Jardin. The one hidden behind all those he has already devoted to his family; the one who reveals the master piece: his mother. After the bizarre and wonderful clan (The Garden novel), the dark grandfather (Very good people), the whimsical father who ignored fear (The Zubial), here is the portrait of a woman who allowed herself to be entirely herself.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Domestic fiction
Autobiographical fiction
Biographies
Biography
Named Person: Alexandre Jardin; Alexandre Jardin; Alexandre Jardin; Stéphane Sauvage
Material Type: Biography, Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alexandre Jardin
ISBN: 9782246863786 2246863783
OCLC Number: 1005966536
Description: 214 pages ; 21 cm
Responsibility: Alexandre Jardin.
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Without doubt, the most funny and heartbreaking book by Alexandre Jardin. The one hidden behind all those he has already devoted to his family; the one who reveals the master piece: his mother. After the bizarre and wonderful clan (The Garden novel), the dark grandfather (Very good people), the whimsical father who ignored fear (The Zubial), here is the portrait of a woman who allowed herself to be entirely herself. For Alexandre Jardin's mother is the opposite of our era, enamored of rules, politically correct, precautionary: it is the absolute antidote of our timid century. She dares everything. The world will judge it, love its courage, hate it, envy it, imitate it, laugh at it, talk about it. She is in the eyes of her son the heroine-born, the weaver of adventures, the inspirer of men, the source springing from a thousand questions, she is the novel itself. A novel that questions, distracts, vivifies and joins the joy of the son. But the touch of sorrow prevails at the beginning as at the end because the magician is not eternal. Alexandre Jardin gives us the text he would have written after his death, in the form of a farewell. Some women should not die. By this book written in complete freedom, his legend will survive.--Translation of abstract by Babelio.

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