3 best books of Amélie Nothomb

Books by Amèlie Nothomb

With a somewhat eccentric appearance, around which she has built a powerful image of the creative and resourceful writer that she certainly is, Amélie Nothomb he is dedicated to literature with great diversifying power in the subject matter. A variety of resources immersed in a formal aesthetic that ...

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The Epicene names, of Amélie Nothomb

With that point of literary androgyny, the ambivalence of some names serves to Amélie Nothomb to establish existentialist paradox adorned with that fabled aspect in which this writer moves so pleasantly. And so we look at the love of Claude and Dominique and the fruit of a girl ...

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Riquete the one with the pompadour, of Amélie Nothomb

One of the most amazing current feathers is Amélie Nothomb. His previous novel published in Spain, Count Neville's crime, took us into a singular detective novel with a set design that, when discovered by Tim Burton, will end up turning into a film, along with much of his previous production. But in …

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The Crime of Count Neville, of Amélie Nothomb

The focus of this novel by Amélie Nothomb, its cover, its synopsis, reminded me of the setting of the first Hitchcock. That esoteric touch that slipped through the cosmopolitan life of cities in the early twentieth century. And the truth is that there was nothing wrong with my interpretation at first sight. ...

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