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  1. says:

    I recently had a brief relationship with a young lady who had studied philosophy at a university in southern California The relation

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    My name is Renee and I’m the first protagonist of this book – the hedgehog as it were I’m a 54 year old concierge who works in a building populated by rich and powerful people who barely notice my existence I’m also a closet intellectual and I freuently try to prove that to you by digressing into asides about philosophy culture and other topics I alternate between sniping at the apartment owners for their snobbish indifference to

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    This is another moment when I wonder what is wrong with me Everyone in France recommends this book The premise is original enough that I was hoping the book would be a real find within the same super high end Parisian apartment buildi

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    That so many people love this book makes me fear for the future of literature It is one of the most pretentious banal novels I've ever read In fact novel is too good a word for its bloggishly self indulgent smugly insipid meanderings Actually most blogs are much interesting than this book The two main characte

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    if you are an artist a thinker someone who longs for an aestheticist a dreamer a seeker then read this book it made me laugh and cry in a way that only a well crafted well loved well written book can

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    I must admit this wasn't a 5 star read until the last 50 pages which may actually make this a 6 star read This book is beautiful for its underlying truth we are all worthy of love love that will surely be given if we will

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    L' Elegance du Herisson The Elegance of the Hedgehog Muriel BarberyThe Elegance of the Hedgehog is a novel by the French novelist and philosophy teacher Muriel Barbery The story revolves mainly around the characters of Renée Michel and Paloma Josse residents of an upper middle class Left Bank apartment building at 7 Rue de Grenelle – one of the most elegant streets in Paris Divided into eight luxury apartments all o

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    An expert uproarious parallel play of two e

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    If you bite into this expecting a light buttery wholly unhealthy croissant be forewarned it has some fiber in it too It’s about two unlikely intellectuals One is a dowdy concierge in an upscale Paris apartment and the other is an unusual 12 year old girl living there with her well to do family I like how their brainpower comes through in their ideas and observations rather than from the author just telling

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    AFTER READING THE BOOKI just finished the book and I suppose it is better to let it sink in before I do a review but since I do not think the following statements will be altered by further thought I will state

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تلجأ هذه الرواية إلى حيلة أدبية تكاد تكون كلاسيكية حيث تقسم نفسها إلى ثلاث نساء بطلات من مراحل عمرية مختلفة تحتوى الرواية على ك This is another moment when I wonder what is wrong with me Everyone in France recommends this book The premise is original enough that I was hoping the book would be a real find within the same super high end Parisian apartment building live 2 misfits the 54 year old concierge who reads Kant and Tolstoi in secret and a 12 year old girl with abnormally high I and suicidal tendencies The first half of the book is an excuse for the author s long academic digressions on Kant phenomenology William Ockham oh and Tolstoi Nothing is really going on When finally a semblance of plot surfaces it is so banal that you want to cry So much for this latest ode to French high culture The only redeeming point about the book for me is that it made me want to re read Tolstoi Make your own model forts & castles recommends this book The premise is original enough that I was hoping the book would be a Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury real find within the same super high end Parisian apartment building live 2 misfits the 54 year old concierge who How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim reads Kant and Tolstoi in secret and a 12 year old girl with abnormally high I and suicidal tendencies The first half of the book is an excuse for the author s long academic digressions on Kant phenomenology William Ockham oh and Tolstoi Nothing is The Mage (Foxcraft, Book 3) really going on When finally a semblance of plot surfaces it is so banal that you want to cry So much for this latest ode to French high culture The only Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic redeeming point about the book for me is that it made me want to Earthfall (Homecoming, re A Daddy for Christmas read Tolstoi

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L'Élégance du hérisson

ثرة من الإحالات الأدبية والفلسفية والتاريخية والموسيقية والفنية كما تلمس موضوعات مثل الوعى الطبقى والصراعات النفسيةحظيت الر I must admit this wasn t a 5 star read until the last 50 pages which may actually make this a 6 star read This book is beautiful for its underlying truth we are all worthy of love love that will surely be given if we will but believe we are worthyMy friend Rose repeated the uote that referenced Renee Michel as being prickly like a hedgehog but so elegant on the inside For me the section that spoke volumes was the Profound Thought by Paloma in defense of grammar Personally I think that grammar is a way to attain beauty When you speak or read or write you can tell if you ve said or read or written a fine sentence You can recognize a well turned phrase or an elegant style But when you are applying the rules of grammar skillfully you ascend to another level of the beauty of language When you use grammar you peel back the layers to see how it is all put together see it uite naked in a wayShe continues but enough here Thank you Paloma you reminded me of my mother I can see her nodding her head in such agreement Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic read until the last 50 pages which may actually make this a 6 star Earthfall (Homecoming, read This book is beautiful for its underlying truth we are all worthy of love love that will surely be given if we will but believe we are worthyMy friend Rose A Daddy for Christmas repeated the uote that Banned in Britain referenced Renee Michel as being prickly like a hedgehog but so elegant on the inside For me the section that spoke volumes was the Profound Thought by Paloma in defense of grammar Personally I think that grammar is a way to attain beauty When you speak or Hour of the Beast read or write you can tell if you ve said or Dictionary Of Dreams read or written a fine sentence You can The Love of a Latino recognize a well turned phrase or an elegant style But when you are applying the Other Days, Other Eyes rules of grammar skillfully you ascend to another level of the beauty of language When you use grammar you peel back the layers to see how it is all put together see it uite naked in a wayShe continues but enough here Thank you Paloma you Deception Island reminded me of my mother I can see her nodding her head in such agreement

download Õ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Á Muriel Barbery

اية بشعبية كبيرة فى فرنسا حيث بيع منها مليون نسخة فى أول سنة بعد نشرها وترجمت إلى عدة لغات وحظيت بإعجاب نقدى فى أمريكا وانجلترا L Elegance du Herisson The Elegance of the Hedgehog Muriel BarberyThe Elegance of the Hedgehog is a novel by the French novelist and philosophy teacher Muriel Barbery The story revolves mainly around the characters of Ren e Michel and Paloma Josse residents of an upper middle class Left Bank apartment building at 7 Rue de Grenelle one of the most elegant streets in Paris Divided into eight luxury apartments all occupied by distinctly bourgeois families the building has a courtyard and private gardenThe widow Ren e is a concierge who has supervised the building for 27 years She is an autodidact in literature and philosophy but conceals it to keep her job and she believes to avoid the condemnation of the building s tenants Likewise she wants to be alone to avoid her tenants curiosity She effects this by pretending to indulge in concierge type food and low uality television while in her back room she actually enjoys high uality food listens to opera and reads works by Leo Tolstoy and Edmund Husserl Her perspective is that To be poor ugly and over intelligent condemns one in our society to a dark and disillusioned life a condition one ought to accept at an early age Twelve year old Paloma lives on the fifth floor with her parents and sister whom she considers snobs A precocious girl she hides her intelligence to avoid exclusion at school Dismayed by the privileged people around her she decides that life is meaningless and that unless she can find something worth living for beyond the vacuousness of bourgeois existence she will commit suicide on 16 June her thirteenth birthday Planning to burn down the apartment before dying she also steals her mother s pills For the time being she journals her observations of the outside world including her perceptions of Ren ePaloma is the only tenant who suspects Ren e s refinement Although they share interests in philosophy and literature nothing happens between them until the death of a celebrated restaurant critic who had been living upstairs A cultured Japanese businessman named Kakuro Ozu whom Ren e and Paloma befriend then takes a room in the same apartment building Ozu comes to share Paloma s fascination with Ren e that the concierge has the same simple refinement as the hedgehog 2010 1388 360 9789644162978 21 03061399