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reader ↠ L'Enfant ´ Jules Vallès As à lui infliger des fessées ; Melle Balandreau une douce et généreuse voisine ; son père un lettré ui n'a su se défaire de ses origines paysannes ; ses tantes maternelles Rosalie et Mariou ; ses tantes paternelles Mélie et Marie Agnès ; son oncle Joseph et sa cousine PolonieA ans Jacues est placé au collège Le milieu scolaire était un monde obscure et peu engageant Son père y était surve

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[Reading] ➸ L'Enfant Author Jules Vallès – Srl-ltd.co.uk Jacues Vingtras se souvient Le narrateur dresse une galerie de portraits familiaux ui ont bercés son enfance Sa mère ui n'hésitait pas à lui infliger des fessées ; Melle Balandreau une douce et g Reading L'Enfant Author Jules Vallès Srl ltdcouk Jacues Vingtras se souvient Le narrateur dresse une galerie de portraits familiaux ui ont bercés son enfance Sa mère ui n'hésitait pas à lui infliger des fessées ; Melle Balandreau une douce et g Jacues Vingtras se souvient Le narrateur dresse une galerie de portraits familiaux ui ont bercés son enfance Sa mère ui n'hésitait p

read kindle Å L'Enfant Ò Mass Market Paperback æ srlltd Jules Vallès est un journaliste écrivain et homme politiue français d'extrême gaucheFondateur du journal Le Cri du Peuple il fait partie des élus lors de la Commune de Paris en Condamné à mort il doit s'exiler à Londres de à .

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L'EnfantIllant Cet univers clos contrastait avec l'animation des rues de la ville de Puy où L'Enfant aimait se promeneruelues fois Jacues se rendait à l'Ecole Normale pour s'amuser avec le fils du DirecteurMais rien n'aurait su faire oublier à Jacues son milieu social Les vêtements dont sa mère l'affublait ne cessaient de lui rappeler la modestie de sa famille Il paraissait souvent ridicule et excentriue

10 Comments on "read kindle Å L'Enfant Ò Mass Market Paperback æ srlltd"

  • Jane

    read kindle Å L'Enfant Ò Mass Market Paperback æ srlltd L'Enfant“A great nineteenth century novel translated into English for the first time”So says the back cover of this book and I have to agreeI was gripped even from the dedication“I dedicate this book all those who were bored stiff at school or reduced to tears at home who in childhood were bullied by their teachers or thrashed by their parents”Jacues the young hero is thrashed by his parents in the very first chapter They are unhappy people concerned only with their social status and advancement and with no love no empathy at all for their young sonI worried that this would be a depressing and distressing read And at times it was but it was als


  • Chuck LoPresti

    read kindle Å L'Enfant Ò Mass Market Paperback æ srlltd L'EnfantNot exactly hilarious but it is funny or unflinching yet gripping and fairly brutal at times but a very enjoyable coming of age read Somewhere between Farrell's O'Neil saga and Moricz's Be Faithful Until Death in terms of humor and brutality A young boy's parents demonstrate their lack of social intelligence by attempting to define their social status by their parenting Beating after beating fails to do anything other than alienate a boy from his studies and his parents The boy sees the joy and tenderness of members of the non academic literary classes juxtaposed with the boredom of classical studies and those who can't and of course c


  • rebecca

    read kindle Å L'Enfant Ò Mass Market Paperback æ srlltd L'EnfantWhile reading the autobiographical L'Enfant I was often reminded of Dickens' Great Expectations – especially earlier on when the world is seen and described through the eyes of an ingenuous impressionable mistreated poor boy Yet Vallès' tale though lacking in intrepid adventures cold hearted women and convoluted plots is far real and in this way it also reminded me at times of the Rougon Macuart series Everything does not fall into place in orderly Victorian fashion; the body and the peasantry are granted as important a place as the spiritual life of the individual; the protagonist's character truly develops over the course of his childhood and his struggles are far from over when the novel ends It was with fascination that I realised once I had finished it that the narrative perspective evolved as the pseudonymic Jacues Vingtras grew older for exam


  • Alan

    read kindle Å L'Enfant Ò Mass Market Paperback æ srlltd L'EnfantBest Bildungsroman I've ever read besides The Heart is a Lonely Hunter and Denton Welch's incomparable In Youth is Pleasure It is also one of the funniest novels I've ever read He is funny in the way that Woody Allen is funny but it is funny than he An obvious influence on Celine The book reminded me of the movie Alice Doesn't Live Here Any in its impossible balance of complete absurdity and very particular ten


  • iness

    read kindle Å L'Enfant Ò Mass Market Paperback æ srlltd L'EnfantL'enfant was really a great book for me the child Jacues Vintgras narrated his life really amazingly Jacues is in reality Jules Valles so whenever I read about the hard life he's gone through I think; all of this has made him a great man T


  • Jacques

    read kindle Å L'Enfant Ò Mass Market Paperback æ srlltd L'EnfantA wonderful insight into the early life of the writer The tableau of the era is really enjoyable with an attention given to details and the construction of the characters often gives a good laugh especially the mother A great read it only lacks another layer of serving a stylistic and aesthetic purpose


  • Kyle

    read kindle Å L'Enfant Ò Mass Market Paperback æ srlltd L'EnfantPretty good


  • Noor

    read kindle Å L'Enfant Ò Mass Market Paperback æ srlltd L'EnfantI love it


  • Daria

    read kindle Å L'Enfant Ò Mass Market Paperback æ srlltd L'EnfantLike Angela's Ashes L'Enfant is the account of Valles furiously fighting the memory of an agonized childhood armed to the teeth with desperate humor and marvelous dreams Hilarious spectacular and terrible I really must finish it someday


  • Andypants

    read kindle Å L'Enfant Ò Mass Market Paperback æ srlltd L'Enfantif apathy was a coming of age story in 1800s France