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An intelligent and sensitive portrayal of the doubts and desires of a new generation
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Florian Zeller (born in 1979) is a critically acclaimed French novelist and playwright, the recipient of numerous literary awards, a university lecturer at the prestigious Sciences-Po in Paris, and a journalist for Paris Match, Vogueand Vol de Nuit. For his first novel Artificial Snow he received the Hachette Foundation Literary Prize, the Writing Talent Award from the Jean-Luc Lagardère Foundation and the New Writer Award from the Prince Pierre of Monaco Foundation. His third novel The Fascination of Evil, received the Prix Interallie, and he has been awarded the Prix Jeune Theatre de l'Academie Francaise for his plays. He lives in Paris with his wife, the model, actress and sculptor Marine Delterme. His novels Artificial Snow (Neiges Artificielles), Lovers or Something Like It (Les amants du n importe quoi), Julien Parme and The Fascination of Evil (La fascination du pire) are all available from Pushkin Press.Review:
"A book that is at once simple and touching." - Delphine Barrais, Ouest France
"There is a drop of Kundera in there, and a whiff of Houllebecq. But what strikes you is a breathless, edgy, almost stifled sincerity." - Patrick Besson, Le Figaro Litteraire
"Florian Zeller has a talent that can be frightening. This knowledge of life, these descriptions of feelings, this disturbing perception of love, this apprehension of death... each page of the novel contains something astonishing... ZEller is disarming. More than promising he is bursting with talent." - Aurelie Sarot, Metro
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Book Description Pushkin Press, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111901285529
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Book Description Pushkin Press, 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1901285529