Friday July 10, 2020

Studying the nuances of death with Class 9F

{ "b" : "School’s Out," , "cite" : "by Christophe Dufosse, William Heinemann, €18.95."}

18th February, 2006

{ "b" : "School’s Out," , "cite" : "by Christophe Dufosse, William Heinemann, €18.95."}

Perhaps we’re spoiled by American movies, with their constant urging towards conflict and climax. Literature has torn its roots out of the ground of the saga and the leisured spoken tale, and stumped after the flashing images on the screen.

At least in the Anglophone world it has. In France, less so.

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