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Read Bonjour tristesse eBook À Paperback à Françoise Sagan á ✤ [Download] ➼ Bonjour tristesse By Françoise Sagan ➶ – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Bonjour tristesse är en sommarlovsberättelse från Rivieran om en sjuttonårig flicka som tillsammans med sin livsnjutande fader drömmerBonjour tristesse är en sommarlovsberättelse från Rivieran om en sjuttonårig flicka som tillsammans me This is why I don't read books written by teenagers Banal and melodramatic A bored spoiled 17 year old who has a bit of a crush on her playboy daddy hates her soon to be stepmother Cue never ending angst alcohol scheming glam life underage sex and boredom boredom boredom and voila a bestseller and a classicPlease somebody get her to do some chores so that she doesn't stuff her head with rubbishI am tired of such tripe being praised because of but the author was only 17 when she wrote it excuse

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Len hotas av faderns plötsliga förälskelse finns det ingenting som stoppar Céciles raffinerade grymhet I enjoyed this very much I read it when I was a teenager I remember devouring all the bits about love and sex etc basically being jealous of Cécile so much happening to her and she is only 17 And now reading it again aged 53 I still love it The psychology rings true and is in fact uite remarkable as Sagan wrote this her first book at the age of 18 After failing her exams to continue at the Sorbonne she took herself off to the family's villa in the south of France and wrote the book there If you know the story then these themes are part of Cécile's life her soon to be stepmother Anne is adamant that she must study for her entrance exams to universityThe only point where I felt as in several other books I have the same complaint the ending the drama of the ending is hyped beyond what is absolutely necessary It would have been than enough for Anne to drive off and leave the self indulgent pair father and daughter Raymond and Cécile to their decadent life styleWhat elevates this book I think is Cécile's scrupulous self assessment in relation to the other characters She knows for example that Anne would be good for her She has already stated that her father taking her to his parties in Paris and disappearing with an attractive girl for the night is not the norm Cécile has also noted the looks when she is with her father a 17 year old with a 40 year old and understood that those sly looks means they are perceived as a couple icky This book was written in 1954 and is remarkably open in its sexually liberated discussions between father and daughter Cécile is fully aware of her father's sex life but also knows that the shortness of his attachments is compensated by his kindness and affection towards his mistresses I liked this analysis I am continually surprised actually that an eighteen year old could write such psychologically complete characters The difference in myself reading it as a teenager compared with now is uite clear to me I know for certain that I was drawn in by the broad strokes of the novel's plot that I fully understood Cécile's anguish at being locked in her room in being shocked and devastated when she is banned from seeing Cyril and yet her father who has previously given her so much freedom does nothing to intervene when his new partner Anne decides that she is now responsible for the upbringing and welfare of CécileAs a mature reader however I can see all the subtleties How Cécile is conflicted how she is tortured by her plot against Anne taking off under its own steam how she feels that she is absolved from the conseuences of her interference; she asserts that her father is an adult responsible for his own actions and decisions and yet she knows that it is her close understanding of his character that has allowed her plot to develop in the way it does In fact the I think about this book the astonished I am at how the wrench and conflict of emotions is betrayed so clearly in such a simple style and in basically a very simple story I think there are some strong anthropological issues being presented here for example Anne wins Raymond's heart expunges his mistress Elsa from the villa and enjoys a sexually fulfilling and deeply satisfying relationship with him all in front of the eyes of the seventeen year old AND at the same time bans Cécile from exploring her own sexuality with the attractive young man from next door Surely this is not fair There are strong ties and boundaries being displaced and evolved here the missing mother sexual freedom for who disruption of the tie between father and daughter and yet Anne is both right and undeniably wrongThere are probably only a rare handful of books which could hold my attention as both a teenager and an adult kudos to this one

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Bonjour tristesseD sin livsnjutande fader drömmer bort den ena solgassande dagen efter den andra Men när den loja livssti The French seventeen year old girl narrator is at once astute AND childish The dolce vita of youth and leisure is intoxicating to partake in or merely read about and her bohemian experiences and attitudes give the work a refreshing polish This is somewhat of the opposite of Catcher in the Rye since Cecile is experienced active cool while Holden Caulfield has all the naivete of a newborn is of a spectator is simply when all is said done just duh hull