European Literature

Author: Madeleine Bourdouxhe

Set among the bustling train stations and narrow rues of 1930s Paris, where the threat of war already hangs in the air, Marie is a hypnotically powerful novel about the interior life of a 20th century woman, suffused with exquisite moments of sensual acuity and profound insight.,,Marie is happy. She has a husband whom she adores and she’s easily pleased by the smaller things….Read More

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