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Françoise Sagan

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That Mad Ache & Translator, Trader: An Essay on the Pleasantly Pervasive Paradoxes of Translation (Afterword) (1965)
3.84 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: I read Bonjour Tristesse a few years back and thought it was brilliant...That Mad Ache (La Chamade) was just as great. The story is about Lucile who is involved with Charles, a much older (yet handsome) man who meets Antoine and they embark on a passionate affair. Lucile is torn...
Bonjour Tristesse & A Certain Smile (1956)
3.78 of 5 Votes: 4
review 1: I enjoyed A Certain Smile more than Bonjour Tristesse, even though it seems the latter is one that Sagan is famed for. The pain of a failed love affair is captured beautifully, the pain - real sickness - and then how it passes. I loved the last few lines. Both of them though were...
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