(PDF) [L'homme pressé] à Paul Morand


  • Paperback
  • 332
  • L'homme pressé
  • Paul Morand
  • French
  • 12 November 2020
  • 9782070720651

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  1. says: Paul Morand Ñ 7 review review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ñ Paul Morand review L'homme pressé

    (PDF) [L'homme pressé] à Paul Morand review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ñ Paul Morand You often hear that the modern world is too fast that everything is travelling at breakneck speed without a chance to pause to relax a

  2. says: review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ñ Paul Morand (PDF) [L'homme pressé] à Paul Morand Paul Morand Ñ 7 review

    (PDF) [L'homme pressé] à Paul Morand review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ñ Paul Morand review L'homme pressé First published in 1941 acclaimed French author Paul Morand’s short but compelling novel has an intriguing resonance for today’s world It’s the story of Pierre Niox a busy Paris antiues dealer who just can’t stop living life at top speed As he dashes about at a dizzying pace he alienates all those around

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    review L'homme pressé (PDF) [L'homme pressé] à Paul Morand 35 starsFor me this book was just okay I never really got into the main character He just basically made me tired and bor

  4. says: (PDF) [L'homme pressé] à Paul Morand

    (PDF) [L'homme pressé] à Paul Morand As if Italo Svevo had written A La Recherché du Temps Perdu A Man in a Hurry is by turns hilarious yet philosophic look at one man's life More ironical than Proust less beautifully written in general although there are some stunningly good m

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    review L'homme pressé review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ñ Paul Morand Paul Morand Ñ 7 review I started reading this before I found out Morand was a Nazi collaborator Definitely soured the experience

  6. says: (PDF) [L'homme pressé] à Paul Morand

    review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ñ Paul Morand Paul Morand Ñ 7 review (PDF) [L'homme pressé] à Paul Morand Pierre Niox is ‘The Man in a Hurry’ He is an antiues dealer who races through life and is certainly not one to stop and smell the roses That is until he meets Hedwige de Boisrosé from a family whose laid back lifestyle is the antithesis of Niox’sThe book has a feel of Noel Coward wit about it through the very clever use of prose tha

  7. says: (PDF) [L'homme pressé] à Paul Morand

    (PDF) [L'homme pressé] à Paul Morand I was given a free copy of this book by Netgallery for an honest review The book was an English translation of the originalBearing in mind this book was first published in 1941 you have to forgive the use of language that is no longer politically correct You also have to shove aside the sexism insofar as the women in the book were written about as if they were all strange unknown creatures who are all alike in

  8. says: Paul Morand Ñ 7 review review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ñ Paul Morand review L'homme pressé

    (PDF) [L'homme pressé] à Paul Morand review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ñ Paul Morand review L'homme pressé Thank you to NetGalley and Pushkin Press for the free advance download of The Man in a Hurry by Paul Morand Pierre is a man in a hurry He multitasks and finds shortcuts in every aspect of his life so as not to waste a second of time He meets Hedwige and falls in love but of course she likes to take life at her leisure After the two marry He

  9. says: (PDF) [L'homme pressé] à Paul Morand

    review L'homme pressé (PDF) [L'homme pressé] à Paul Morand 354 I found the main character in this book to be eually amusing and annoying He is always in a rush wherever he goes for no particular reason One of my favorite moments is when he asks his best friend to grab the gas can in the back of the car and lean out to refill the tank while they are driving just to save 10 minutes He also has some clueless moments where he suggests that one of the characters have her

  10. says: (PDF) [L'homme pressé] à Paul Morand Paul Morand Ñ 7 review

    (PDF) [L'homme pressé] à Paul Morand Extraordinary One of the best books I ever read and I read manyYou could really feel at least in French version in the writing the he

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L'homme pressé

Paul Morand Ñ 7 review review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ñ Paul Morand review L'homme pressé 107 O find that while he is racing through life it is passing him by However when he falls in love with the languid unpunctual Hedwige the man in a hurry has to learn how to slow do I was given a free copy of this book by Netgallery for an honest review The book was an English translation of the originalBearing in mind this book was first published in 1941 you have to forgive the use of language that is no longer politically correct You also have to shove aside the sexism insofar as the women in the book were written about as if they were all strange unknown creatures who are all alike in habits and actions The writing was uite unusual to start with but the book was beautifully translated It took a few chapters to get into the flow of the writing style and fully engage with the main charachters At first I stuggled with the story then I was hooked then it annoyed me then I liked it again I did find some passages drifted of of topic and the book is very wordy and descriptive but that may be due to it being a translation Overal I enjoyed the book it was intresting and certainly different It offers a lot of opportunity for reflection about how we live our lives today How we rush from one thing to another but do we ever appreciate the present

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Paul Morand Ñ 7 review review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ñ Paul Morand review L'homme pressé 107 A feverish classic from one of the modern masters of French proseNo one can keep up with Pierre Niox the speediest antiues dealer in Paris although not necessarily the most comp You often hear that the modern world is too fast that everything is travelling at breakneck speed without a chance to pause to relax and to take in your surroundings What if your experience is the opposite What if as far as you are concerned the world is going too slow that all your dealings with it couldshould be done far uicker so that you could move on to the next thing before your patience or boredom levels reach crisis pointThe Man in a Hurry tells the story of Parisian antiues dealer Pierre Niox a man who sees the idea of relaxing as something akin to being buried alive His life is spent rushing from one deal to the next moving on before the ink has dried on the contract flitting impulsively from obsession to obsession with little thought to the conseuences of those around until all those around leave even his cat However a lifeline is thrown to him in the shape of Hedwig who is as relaxed and laidback as Pierre is frenetic and fast paced but to win her heart he will have to learn to slow down As you can imagine this is not as easy as it sounds especially for a man whose whole life has been governed by the motto uickly and badly who thinks that everything can be sped up regardless of the conseuences and by god are there conseuences The Man in a Hurry L Homme press is a 1941 novel byPaul Morand who was admired by both Ezra Pound and by Marcel Proust as a pioneer craftsman of Modernist French prose Paul Morand was born in Paris in 1888 After studying at the cole libre des sciences politiues he joined the diplomatic corps serving in London Rome Berne and Bucharest Tender Shoots his first collection of stories was introduced by Marcel Proust He wrote poetry novels short stories and travel books Due to his collaboration with the Vichy government during WWII he was refused admission to the prestigious Acad mie Fran aise three times before being finally accepted in 1968 despite the protests of Charles de Gaulle This is a wonderful funny book that moves at a frantic pace almost as fast as Pierre Niox but unlike Pierre the writer is fully in control What surprised me about this book this is it s first English translation ably done by Euan Cameron who has also translated other books by Paul Morand such as Venices Tender Shoots and The Allure of Chanel all for Pushkin press He has also translated biographies on Marcel Proust and Ir ne N mirovsky The Man in a Hurry is also Pushkin press s first hardcover although it s not essential to the reading of the book they have created a wonderful looking book that still manages to follow the elegant style of their previous titles I m looking forward to seeing where they go with this

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Paul Morand Ñ 7 review review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ñ Paul Morand review L'homme pressé 107 Etent As he dashes about at a dizzying pace his impatience becomes too much to bear for those around him; his manservant his only friend and even his cat abandon him He begins t I started reading this before I found out Morand was a Nazi collaborator Definitely soured the experience