Le Troisième Mensonge

Le Troisième Mensonge By Ágota Kristóf, Le Troisi me Mensonge This bleak story by a Hungarian born writer living in Switzerland and writing in French is both an allegory on the East West divisions of Europe and a commentary on the damage parents can do to chil
  • Title: Le Troisième Mensonge
  • Author: Ágota Kristóf
  • ISBN: 9782020257817
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Paperback
  • Le Troisième Mensonge By Ágota Kristóf, This bleak story, by a Hungarian born writer living in Switzerland and writing in French, is both an allegory on the East West divisions of Europe and a commentary on the damage parents can do to children The narrator, Claus, revisits the places of his youth after the fall of Communism He recounts a past that begins with his waking up during World War II with a serious sThis bleak story, by a Hungarian born writer living in Switzerland and writing in French, is both an allegory on the East West divisions of Europe and a commentary on the damage parents can do to children The narrator, Claus, revisits the places of his youth after the fall of Communism He recounts a past that begins with his waking up during World War II with a serious spinal injury at the age of four and progresses through rehabilitation and foster homes He has only a vague memory of a happier childhood before then In the middle of the book a surprise twist casts a new light on Claus past Translated by Marc Romano.
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    1. Ágota Kristóf

      gota Krist f was a Hungarian writer, who lived in Switzerland and wrote in French Kristof received the European prize for French literature for The Notebook 1986 She won the 2001 Gottfried Keller Award in Switzerland and the Austrian State Prize for European Literature in 2008 Kristof s first steps as a writer were in the realm of poetry and theater John et Joe, Un rat qui passe , which is a facet of her works that did not have as great an impact as her trilogy In 1986 Kristof s first novel, The Notebook appeared It was the beginning of a moving trilogy The sequel titled The Proof came 2 years later The third part was published in 1991 under the title The Third Lie The most important themes of this trilogy are war and destruction, love and loneliness, promiscuous, desperate, and attention seeking sexual encounters, desire and loss, truth and fiction.She has received the European prize for French literature for The Notebook This novel was translated in than 30 languages In 1995 she published a new novel, Yesterday Kristof also wrote a book called L analphab te in English The Illiterate and published in 2004 This is an autobiographical text It explores her love of reading as a young child, and we travel with her to boarding school, and over the border to Austria, and then to Switzerland Forced to leave her country due to the failure of the anti communist rebellion, she hopes for a better life in Zurich.The majority of her works were published by Editions du Seuil in Paris She has two new short stories published at Mini Zoe collection entitled Ou es tu Mathias and Line, le temps The names Mathias and Line are from her previous novels.She died on 27 July 2011 in her Neuch tel home.

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    1. People have been telling stories for so long now that it is a challenge for writers to come up with a new way of spinning a tale They are forced to bend over backwards and twist themselves into impossible contortions in order to vary the telling while we, the spoiled readers, get to sit back and judge, sometimes harshly, the amazing feats of prestidigitation they conjure up for our entertainment Kristof has quite an array of magic tricks up her capacious sleeves I imagine her as one of those mag [...]






























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