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Mon frère

Author: Daniel Pennac
Publisher: [Paris, France] : Gallimard, 2018. © 2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : FrenchView all editions and formats
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"Je ne sais rien de mon frère mort si ce n'est que je l'ai aimé. Il me manque comme personne mais je ne sais pas qui j'ai perdu. J'ai perdu le bonheur de sa compagnie, la gratuité de son affection, la sérénité de ses jugements, la complicité de son humour, la paix. J'ai perdu ce qui restait de douceur au monde. Mais qui ai-je perdu?" --
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Genre/Form: Biography
Anecdotes
Named Person: Daniel Pennac; Bernard Pennac; Bernard Pennac; Herman Melville; Daniel Pennac
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Pennac
ISBN: 9782072786303 2072786304
OCLC Number: 1030587600
Language Note: In French.
Description: 131 pages : portrait ; 21 cm
Responsibility: Daniel Pennac.

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"Je ne sais rien de mon frère mort si ce n'est que je l'ai aimé. Il me manque comme personne mais je ne sais pas qui j'ai perdu. J'ai perdu le bonheur de sa compagnie, la gratuité de son affection, la sérénité de ses jugements, la complicité de son humour, la paix. J'ai perdu ce qui restait de douceur au monde. Mais qui ai-je perdu?" --

"Shortly after the death of his brother Bernard, Daniel Pennac undertakes a public reading of a famous Melville novel, Bartleby the Scrivener. But Bernard and he shared the same passion for Bartleby's character. By alternating Bartleby's excerpts here as he adapted them for the theater and the anecdotes about Bernard, tender, funny or scathing memories, replicas full of humor and lucidity, Daniel Pennac draws the portrait of this missing brother, true accomplice, irreplaceable companion of his life." --

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