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  1. says:

    At a spare sixty one pages Annie Ernaux's account of a woman's experience with all consuming passion is mercifully briefAnd this is a mercy because for a woman of the current cultural age great shame attaches to the knowledge that the self can be surrendered so cheaply and completely; that one can and does make a willing

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    This book reminded me of exactly how I felt when I fell for a married man Intense and overwhelming chemistry was swallowing us For me it was an experiment I was very young and naive and for him being fifteen years older it was a thrill of his own I had never experienced such mind losing magnetism with any other man before and there was something so decadent in our relationship I didn’t feel ashamed I didn’t have a r

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    This summer for the first time I watched an X rated film on Canal Plus My television set doesn't have a decoder; the images on the screen were blurred the words replaced by strange sound effects hissing and babbling a different sort of langua

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    I do not wish to explain my passion that would imply that it were a mistake or some disorder I need to justify I just want to describe it p 23I hate reading books like this because they make me want to be in love againAt the same time the yin and the yang I love reading books like this They are like bon bons And they re

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    Honesty That the first thing I love about this book The extent of the honesty to a pathetic sad fault But it is unashamed ab

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    Whether or not he was 'worth it' is of no conseuence And the fact that all this is gradually slipping away from me as if it concerned another woman does not change this one truth thanks to him I was able to approach the frontier separating me from others to the extent of actually believing that I could sometimes cross ov

  7. says:

    ‘Simple Passion’ by Annie Ernaux was one of the books mentioned in Lance Donaldson Evans’ ‘One Hundred Great French

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    book has been placed on the shelf of every house I have lived in since 1995 I have kept my first printing in the best collectible condition I possibly could keep it in The hardcover book has a Brodart archival dust jacket sleeve protecting it

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    From September last year I did nothing else but wait for a man for him to call me and come round to my place 1% Th

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    My roommatefriend Mita recommended this one to me and I'm glad she did it's a very uick engrossing read I think it took me half of a day to readVery simply this is a portrait of one woman's position as a mistress to a married man and how her passion for him consumes her this passion is largely one sideded though obviously not entirely since he is in a relationship and comes and goes as he pleases It's a very accurate to

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Or attempts to plot the emotional and physical course of her two year relationship with a married foreigner where every word event and person either provides a connection with her beloved or. I do not wish to explain my passion that would imply that it were a mistake or some disorder I need to justify I just want to describe it p 23I hate reading books like this because they make me want to be in love againAt the same time the yin and the yang I love reading books like this They are like bon bons And they remind me of when my whole being was electrified and puffed up and full and then of the aftermath when my insides exploded and left a wreck that jangled around like shattered metal and I couldn t move or think without feeling all of that The insides kept ripping from the shards The sinew heals with a lot of scar tissueThis is one of those French reflective inner thought books of super concentrated yearning It is like the diary of a woman who finds herself in a particular kind of limbo that happens when the afterglow of a love has passed the passion has morphed the desire to re live it remains in memory but the realistic distance of self reflection has interceded It s part Duras not as obliue part Catherine Millet not as pretentious and maybe someone else I can t place It evokes those mixed confusing feelings that arise from coping remembering and cherishing The way Ernaux describes these feelings is very familiar I recognize a lot in it I ve had many of the precise thoughts she describes thoughts I ve never seen described elsewhereIt s a book about lovers who remain strangers like all lovers but who suspend disbelief and do not care It s about the futility of recapturing a fantasy but holding a memory as realityBooks like this help us re center help us to remember that passion hasn t died that the civil pleasures are all well and good and necessary for sanity Yet when we are at our height we are irresponsible and oblivious to all but the oblivion of love that obliterates allThis book could be accused of being slight but it s well done especially if you just want to sigh and dream and feelKevinRKy 2016 Pretend God Is Deaf plot the emotional and Cased Images & Tintypes KwikGuide physical course of her two year relationship with a married foreigner where every word event and Las Puertas Del Amor person either Discoveries provides a connection with her beloved or. I do not wish to explain my Idenics p 23I hate reading books like this because they make me want to be in love againAt the same time the yin and the yang I love reading books like this They are like bon bons And they remind me of when my whole being was electrified and Night Owl Loonette puffed up and full and then of the aftermath when my insides exploded and left a wreck that jangled around like shattered metal and I couldn t move or think without feeling all of that The insides kept ripping from the shards The sinew heals with a lot of scar tissueThis is one of those French reflective inner thought books of super concentrated yearning It is like the diary of a woman who finds herself in a Deadshifted (Edie Spence, particular kind of limbo that happens when the afterglow of a love has El agujero del infierno passed the The Essential Jim Brickman, Vol. 4 (Piano/Vocal/Chords) passion has morphed the desire to re live it remains in memory but the realistic distance of self reflection has interceded It s Teddy part Duras not as obliue Calling Me Home part Catherine Millet not as Mr. Francis Wife place It evokes those mixed confusing feelings that arise from coping remembering and cherishing The way Ernaux describes these feelings is very familiar I recognize a lot in it I ve had many of the The Shadow People precise thoughts she describes thoughts I ve never seen described elsewhereIt s a book about lovers who remain strangers like all lovers but who suspend disbelief and do not care It s about the futility of recapturing a fantasy but holding a memory as realityBooks like this help us re center help us to remember that The Aliens Mate (Warriors of Luxiria, passion hasn t died that the civil Degrees of Elevation pleasures are all well and good and necessary for sanity Yet when we are at our height we are irresponsible and oblivious to all but the oblivion of love that obliterates allThis book could be accused of being slight but it s well done especially if you just want to sigh and dream and feelKevinRKy 2016

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Is subject to her cold indifference With courage and exactitude she seeks the truth behind an existence lived entirely for someone else and in the pieces of its aftermath she is able to find. From September last year I did nothing else but wait for a man for him to call me and come round to my place 1% This book surprised me It wasn t what I expected and to be exposed to the raw emotion and sincerity of the narrator touched me deeply The opening of the novel gripped me and never let go until I finished it in one sitting I appreciated the singular focus of it the woman and her affair with the madness of love itself It is a bare tender and crude retelling of her torrid love affair with the married man A The way she described him made you fall for him too Her words are filled with emotion urgency and a certain distance as if she isn t completely sure she didn t conjure A to respond to a longing that plagued her She wrote it all down as a way to preserve her memories as best as she could The partly erased frescoes in Santa Croce moved me because of my story which would come to resemble them one day fading fragments in his memory and in mine 52% Contrary to the heroines of the early French literature who fought fiercely against the whims of their passions this unnamed narrator surrendered to the infatuation that shaped her reality and her emotional state without reserve She lives in perpetual pause waiting for her lover She loves in secret but even so her writing and her love are both savage compelling and absorbing Truly this book blurs the line between romantic and depressing but even so I can t stop myself from loving it His Christmas Cowgirl (Wildflower Ranch pieces of its aftermath she is able to find. From September last year I did nothing else but wait for a man for him to call me and come round to my The Doctors Dating Bargain place 1% This book surprised me It wasn t what I expected and to be exposed to the raw emotion and sincerity of the narrator touched me deeply The opening of the novel gripped me and never let go until I finished it in one sitting I appreciated the singular focus of it the woman and her affair with the madness of love itself It is a bare tender and crude retelling of her torrid love affair with the married man A The way she described him made you fall for him too Her words are filled with emotion urgency and a certain distance as if she isn t completely sure she didn t conjure A to respond to a longing that The Collection plagued her She wrote it all down as a way to Whispers of Feathers preserve her memories as best as she could The Entrepreneurial Vernacular passions this unnamed narrator surrendered to the infatuation that shaped her reality and her emotional state without reserve She lives in Advanced C Programming by Example perpetual Poslije svega (After, pause waiting for her lover She loves in secret but even so her writing and her love are both savage compelling and absorbing Truly this book blurs the line between romantic and depressing but even so I can t stop myself from loving it

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In her spare stark style Annie Ernaux documents the desires and indignities of a human heart ensnared in an all consuming passion Blurring the lines between fact and fiction an unnamed narrat. This summer for the first time I watched an X rated film on Canal Plus My television set doesn t have a decoder the images on the screen were blurred the words replaced by strange sound effects hissing and babbling a different sort of language soft and continuous One could make out the figure of a woman in a corset and stockings and a man The story was incomprehensible it was impossible to predict any of their actions or movements The man walked up to the woman There was a close up of the woman s genitals clearly visible among the shimmering of the screen then of the man s penis fully erect sliding into the woman s vagina thomas ruff s nudes In museums I saw only the works representing love I was drawn to statues of naked men In them I recognised the shape of A s shoulders his loins his penis and especially the slight hollow following the inner curve of his thigh up to the groin I was unable to tear myself away from Michelangelo s David filled with wonder that a man and not a woman had portrayed the beauty of a male body so sublimely Even if this could be explained by the oppressed condition of women it seemed to me that something had been irretrievably lost laure albine guillot I wanted to remember his body with all my being from his hair down to the tips of his toes I could conjure up vividly his green eyes the lock of his hair falling over his forehead the curve of his shoulders I could feel his teeth the inside of his mouth the shape of this thighs the texture of his skin I reflected that there was very little difference between this reconstruction and an hallucination between memory and madness As soon as he left I would be overcome by a wave of fatigue I wouldn t tidy up straight away I would sit staring at the glasses the plates and the leftovers the overflowing ashtray the clothes the lingerie strewn all over the bedroom and the hallway the sheets spilling over on to the carpet I would have liked to keep that mess the way it was a mess in which every object evoked a caress or a particular moment forming a still life whose intensity and pain could never for me be captured by any painting in a museum Naturally I would never wash until the next day to keep his sperm inside meI would count the number of times we had made love I felt that each time something new had been added to our relationship but that somehow this very accumulation of touching and pleasure would eventually draw us apart We were burning a capital of desire What we gained in physical intensity we lost in time ilse bing Between last May when I stopped writing and today 6 February 1991 the expected conflict between Ira and the Western coalition has finally broken out A clean war according to the propagandists although Ira has already received bombs than the whole of Germany during the Second World War this evening s edition of Le Monde and eyewitnesses claim to have seen children stumbling through the streets of Baghdad like drunkards deafened by the explosions