She is particular about who she interviews, deciding early on not to speak to any of the men who temporarily came into her mother's life, including her father. Readers also enjoyed. This book is set up as psycho-archeology : the author tries to retrace the life of her mother through her own memories, interviews with family members, reviews of photographs and other documents. Right from the get-go we suspect that Lucile had serious troubles, but it takes a while to get to that point. Other calamities will befall the family : the death of a teenaged foster child, a failed business, and ultimately several suicides in the family. I know I won't. For several minutes, Lucile stared into space, absorbed by the horrible visions she could not banish - shocks, falls, burns affecting each of her brothers and sisters in turn, and then she saw herself slip under a metro train.
I'm not sure what I was expecting from Delphine de Vigan's Nothing Holds My Books of the Year, – favourites from a year of readingIn. Nothing Holds Back the Night is the book Delphine de Vigan resisted writing for a long time until .
Jan 27, Joan Kerr added it · review of another edition. From a true story or not, that is the question. Alors qu'on pensait lire un énième roman auto-fictionnel au style un peu léger (et un peu chiant).
The atmosphere is so special, democratic in a good way, friendly and radiant with love of art and nature.
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I'm glad she did write the book though, but as a reader, I would have prefered not to be let so much in on her thoughts during the process. One of the most refreshing aspects of Nothing Holds Back The NIght Bloomsbury is that its dynamic drives towards Lucile, the mother, rather than towards Delphine, the writer-daughter. Each year, authors are invited to write about works from the Louisiana Museum's collection and spaces at the museum. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
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The present bleeds into the past, the two cannot be separated, and the tragedy is that they are, that they always will be.
Delphine de Vigan (born 1 March ) is a French novelist.
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D'après une histoire vraie, Jean-Claude Lattès, (Based on a True Story, Bloomsbury ). Publié le août 25, par leemageopaleblog Poster un commentaire Portrait of Delphine de Vigan – Julliet – ©Hannah ASSOULINE/Opale/Leemage Portrait of Richard Ford 14/09/ ©Philippe MATSAS/Opale/Leemage.
She collects old documents, boxes, talks to members of her family, the many Aunts and Uncles and creates a snapshot of Lucile's childhood, a large family of nine children living in Paris and then Versailles, holidayin Nothing Holds Back the Night is the book Delphine de Vigan resisted writing for a long time until she could no longer resist the call.
To slowly see a pattern emerge at the same time as de Vigan does it, to slowly make our way towards the darkness of the past and the aftermath of it - ready to face it, to confront it, to understand the impact it had on everything that came after.
She was constantly dancing on the edge of a precipice, ready to let go, say goodbye.
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Full of pathos, pain, family tragedy and secrets. It is a beautifully written story, and Sometimes I am drawn to a book because it has an interesting title, and this is one of those books. In "Rien ne
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It's a journey towards belated closeness, to understanding and release.
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Sometimes I am drawn to a book because it has an interesting title, and this is one of those books. Some happier years follow, but then Lucile, a heavy smoker, is diagnosed with lung cancer. Well narrated, you will be caught by Lucile character.
Delphine de Vigan is able to make this special relationship come across in her memoir about her own mother, Lucile, who died shortly before Delphine started writing this book.