In the Café of Lost Youth (New York Review Books Classics)

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In the Café of Lost Youth (New York Review Books Classics)

In the Café of Lost Youth (New York Review Books Classics)

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They long to discover Life's deeper meanings but baulk at forming attachments to those who expect some sort of commitment. Nó vừa có thật vừa không thật, những nhân vật đó, chặng đường cuối của họ, mang dáng vẻ tội nghiệp và đẩy đưa theo sự an bài của số phận.

The motherly café owner thinks of them as stray dogs and muses “things will turn out badly for them. Modiano published his first novel, "La Place de l’Étoile", with Gallimard in 1968, after having read the manuscript to Raymond Queneau. Stroll along the sleazy side streets of la Ville Lumière, drink with the regulars at the Café Condé and share Louki and Roland’s aimless meandering through the dark underbelly of the city. And the double meaning that catapulted that book into winning a Nobel Prize was the interpretation that it simultaneously zeroes in on solving the mystery of Modiano's own lost self.She is constantly on the move through the streets and cafe's of Paris, seeking out others like herself.

Patrick Modiano goes beyond the checklist accuracies of historical fiction, fashioning a lush fever dream filled with glamor, mystery, and despair. A different narrative approach this may be, but In the Café of Lost Youth is still very much a Modiano work.

That sound will reverberate through the ground floor of Cafè Le Condè, as you delicately place each thought in your heart, from the vibrating passages of the book.



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