Paris au mois d'août

Paris au mois d ao t Ils march rent c te c te lentement Plantin n tait pas press de la perdre adoptait un pas de fl neur des deux rives Elle balan ait heureuse un petit sac main noir Oui elle tait heureuse panouie

  • Title: Paris au mois d'août
  • Author: René Fallet
  • ISBN: 9782070365968
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Ils march rent c te c te, lentement Plantin n tait pas press de la perdre, adoptait un pas de fl neur des deux rives Elle balan ait, heureuse, un petit sac main noir Oui, elle tait heureuse, panouie, jeune et vive Elle devait avoir vingt cinq ans, ou vingt six Elle tait m me un peu plus grande que lui Il est vrai qu elle tait anglaise Henri n avait jamais Ils march rent c te c te, lentement Plantin n tait pas press de la perdre, adoptait un pas de fl neur des deux rives Elle balan ait, heureuse, un petit sac main noir Oui, elle tait heureuse, panouie, jeune et vive Elle devait avoir vingt cinq ans, ou vingt six Elle tait m me un peu plus grande que lui Il est vrai qu elle tait anglaise Henri n avait jamais parl une Anglaise.

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    1. Paris in the month of August - that's the English translation of the title of this delightful, bittersweet romance, that owes so much to René Fallet's wonderful writing style. A very average married man, living a very average life, is left alone for August, while his family and most Parisians go away for the holidays, and meets a beautiful, young, English girl. They have a Summer romance, a romantic idyl that helps her mend a broken heart, and makes him discover, suddenly, what true love may be [...]

    2. Heather Hartley (Paris Editor, Tin House Magazine): It’s almost August and in France that means that a lot of people are getting ready to go on vacation—and maybe not just the neighbor or the young couple down the street, but a good portion of the country is packing up to go hit the beach or hike a mountain or a scale the heights of a cool café terrace. In August, parts of Paris empty out, the metro is less busy and it could mean that you have to walk a little bit further in the morning for [...]

    3. René Fallet wrote this book in the early sixties . it's just a romance from a summer love no pretention a worker meets in august in Paris, where he works while his family is at the sea for vacations, a young english woman Europe concept was new at this time UK was not even in UE meeting a foreign woman for this guy was something almost surrealistic and he fell in love .In the Paris leaved to tourists a cute love story . also a visit of Paris, a different Paris from today . You can also wat [...]

    4. It's easy to read, rather fresh, how love enters the life of a common man who never knew anything about it. Quite simple and naive but Fallet always manages to slip some humor here and there

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