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Author: Patrick Deville
Publisher: Paris : Éditions du Seuil, [2017]
Series: Fiction & Cie.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : FrenchView all editions and formats
Summary:
The novel begins in Mindin, opposite Saint-Nazaire, in the early 1960s, in a lazaretto which became a psychiatric hospital: a lame child, whose father is administrator of the place, befriends one of the internees, of the navy, which, swinging back and forth, repeats incessantly the same enigmatic formula: Taba-Taba. From there, Patrick Deville unrolled the long ribbon of History, varying the microscope and the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: French fiction
Historical fiction
French language edition
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Patrick Deville
ISBN: 9782021247466 2021247465
OCLC Number: 1001313207
Description: 429 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: Une porte monumentale --
Un bassin de quarantaine --
Un théâtre à l'italienne --
Un tapis magique --
Une petite bibliothèque --
À Managua --
Des petites traces --
Un canal historique --
Vers chez les Français --
Sur le chemin de ronde --
À Zamalek --
Une machine à remonter le temps --
Vers la Beauce --
Chez le cordonnier --
À l'école --
Un drame au Soudan --
Extraits du règlement des écoles primaires publiques du département de Seine-et-Oise --
Barbizonnais & Chaillotins --
À Chailly --
Parade en juillet --
Premier amour --
L'amie américaine --
Quitter Saint-Quentin --
Vers les frontières --
En zone rouge --
Vers le Jura --
Chez Poitevin --
De l'optimisme routier --
À Dôle --
La tentation des armes à feu --
Un jeune couple --
Un naufrage --
Un commis voyageur --
Vers chez les Francs --
Un ruban bleu --
L'éparpillement --
Aux mots du père et du fils --
Des petites traces --
Vers le sud --
Chez Jules --
Un beau collabo --
L'attente --
On frappe à la porte --
À Antibes --
Loin d'elle --
Un été à la ferme --
À Moissac --
Dans la forêt --
Une traînée de feu --
Des petites traces --
À Toulouse --
Des jeunes garçons --
Sorèze & Uriage --
À Sorèze --
Un pêcheur à la ligne --
Avec le père Grange --
Saint-simoniens & soréziens --
Au bout du monde --
Au Vercors --
Des petites traces --
Au désert du nord --
Vers la Bretagne --
Saint-simoniens & nazairiens --
La poche --
À La Brévinoise --
Au Lazaret --
Une crevaison --
Vers Châteaubriant --
L'idylle --
Extraits du règlement intérieur --
Des petites traces --
Deux carnets --
Un dimanche au bord de la mer --
À Mindin --
Un pont --
Des petites traces --
Un bel arrondi --
À L'Océan --
Des petites traces --
Une vie de Monne --
Les archives --
Taba-Taba.
Series Title: Fiction & Cie.
Responsibility: Patrick Deville.
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Abstract:

The novel begins in Mindin, opposite Saint-Nazaire, in the early 1960s, in a lazaretto which became a psychiatric hospital: a lame child, whose father is administrator of the place, befriends one of the internees, of the navy, which, swinging back and forth, repeats incessantly the same enigmatic formula: Taba-Taba. From there, Patrick Deville unrolled the long ribbon of History, varying the microscope and the macroscope. For France is not only the Hexagon: the narrator walks around the planet, to recall the colonial epic with its disasters but also its audacious undertakings (Suez Canal, Panama). This great romantic fresco goes from Napoleon III to the attacks which recently bloodied the country, passing by the Great War and its trenches, then by the Popular Front, the Débaccle, the Occupation, the Resistance, the Vercors, the Liberation.--Summary by Seuil.

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