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Here is a story of self-discovery, of entering adulthood and of freeing oneself. The tone is sarcastic, lucid, cruel yet realistic. On a background of R&B and funky electronic music, Nicolas argues gives us an impressive and subtle account of relations between the sexes and of examining the choices one has made in the past.
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Nicolas Fargues was born in 1972. He spent his childhood in Cameroon then Lebanon and Corsica, and studied at the Sorbonne where he completed a thesis on the Egyptian writer Georges Henein. He directed the Alliance Francaise of Diego-Suarez in Madagascar for two years before returning to France. He now lives and works in Paris.Review:
"A man, two women, talent, and a magnificient love story." - Le Figaro
"This magnificient novel is a lot more than a novel." - Philippe Sollers, Le Nouvel Observateur
"Should the ladies wish to know what thoughts run through the mind of a contemporary man, they need only open this little guide of uncertainty and furtive delights." - Madame Figaro
"This self-examination has finesse, relevance and courage in abundance." - Frederic Beigbeder, Technikart
"With I was behind you Nicolas Fargues has delivered a novel of great maturity. And this is due as much to his mastery of writing as to the treatment of his subject." - Le Monde
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