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Une poignée de gens by Anne Wiazemsky
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Une poignée de gens

by Anne Wiazemsky

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"Une poignée de gens" d'Anne Wiazemsky (épouse de Jean-Luc Godard et petite-fille de Francois Mauriac) raconte de manière simple et sensible les derniers mois du prince Belgorodsky, victime de la révolution russe: une vie luxueuse, un mariage d'amour suivis de la guerre, des deuils, des exactions. Un mort, parmi tant d'autre, qui revit par la recherche archivistique d'une de ses descendantes. ( )
  Steph. | Jul 28, 2014 |
Marie Belgorodsky, una francesa de 40 años, recibe en 1994 una carta de un familiar lejano del cual ignoraba casi la existencia. En la carta se habla de un “Libro de los destinos”, un diario que mantenía un tal Adichka en 1916 y 1917, cuando la hacienda familiar en Rusia estaba a punto de caer víctima del pillaje y la destrucción, pero cuando aún estaba vigente la Rusia blanca de la nostalgia, la elegancia y la belleza. ( )
  lisisky | Oct 5, 2010 |
L'histoire de Marie, une Parisienne qui retourne à Baïgora et ses fantômes. Une visite dans son passée et la découverte des êtres de souffrance sous un extérieur léger. ( )
  Hugo57 | Dec 19, 2009 |
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