The Coming of Age of Francoise Cocteau

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Over the course of a long and eventful career, Sagan would go on to produce 20 novels, three volumes of short stories, nine plays, two biographies and several collections of non-fiction pieces on places, things and people she loved.

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But so powerful was the impact made by Bonjour Tristesse , and so profound the disturbance it provoked in French society, that it remains easily her best-known work. Then she and the father fall in love. To prevent their marriage the daughter devises an ill-fated plot in which the pretence of an affair between her boyfriend and the father's dumped girlfriend is intended to provoke jealousy and restore the status quo ante.

The youngest of three children, she was a habitual rule-breaker at her Catholic school. She did what she wanted. But in the summer of she had to forego the usual family summer holiday by the sea in order to attend a crammer in Paris to prepare for a retake of her baccalaureat.

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Not much studying was done, although she passed the exam that October and enrolled at the Sorbonne. She had acquired the habit of spending several hours a day in a nearby cafe, writing in a blue exercise book. That seems to me a great adventure. The test, she said, was not to produce a great work of literature but to see if she had the willpower to finish a novel at all. Beneath the title and her name, she typed her date of birth: 21 June In discussions with Julliard, several alternative endings were attempted.

Success was immediate and immoderate. In the month of publication, Paris-Match called her "an year-old Colette".

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Add to shopping cart More information. Venus Library. Soft Cover, 12mo - over 6? London, George Allen Unwin. Excellent copy, deep blue cloth, slight surface mottling to boards. Top edge dusted blue.

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DW has had just the tiniest part of the flap where the price was clipped. Nice red clean DW but with a few lines of clear residue on it adhesive? Rear white panel a little yellowed by age. London, New English Library. First Edition, Softcover. Good Condition. The book was first published in The story of a young woman who gave the deepest love to another woman.

Creasing to the book corners with rubbing of the textblock edges and pages. Reading creases to the backstrip.

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Age toning of the textblock edges and pages. Size: Trade Paperback. Previous bookseller's sticker to the rear panel.. Please refer to accompanying picture s. Quantity Available: 1. Syber's Books anzau [Books from Syber's Books]. Minor rubbing. Theresa in Eliot's ' Middlemarch'. First Edition. This fat book pages "is a twofold volume: it contains a novel by Swinburne, the most important of his numerous unpublished writings, and a book by Mr. Randolph Hughes which is a study of this work and also of Swinburne as a novelist in general, in which capacity he is virtually unknown.

Hughes, working from a manuscript and galley proof that had spent "a half-century in the possession of the notorious rare-book dealer and literary forger, Thomas Wise" before making its way into the British Museum.

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I've seen the novel described as "pornographic," and by Victorian standards it probably is: the eponymous protagonist character commits "slow suicide by opium," and the book contains another character, Leonora Harley, "a beautiful but vulgar and stupid demi-mondaine" allegedly based on Adah Isaacs Menken. However, the suggestive title aside, Swinburne's plan to "incorporate a lesbian element in the story" was apparently never realized. Foster concludes her analysis by observing that Swinburne "worshipped the repressed, intense and melancholy Lesbia, and despised Leonora, the bisexual wanton.

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Lesbian novel, illustrated with photographs. Dutch text.

Lesbian novel. Sympathetic survey of lesbianism with detailed case histories. Softcover; 3rd Printing. Good condition.