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Rien ne s'oppose à la nuit Summary ê 107 вите и отзвукът на многобройни катастрофи Днес знам също че то онагледява като много други семейства унищожителната сила на словото – и на мълчанието Люсил почина на шейсет и една години преди да се превърне във възрастна дама Люсил умря както желаеше – жива Днес вече съм в състояние да се възхитя на смелостта ѝ Делфин дьо Вига?. Delphine de Vigan s approach with this book is to understand her mother s recent suicide She goes through a bunch of photos letters texts and interviews people to get to know her mother better In the end she speaks a lot about the impossibility of being able to write fairly about her mother The book is a way for her to go through a type of catharsis and break the wheel of mental health problems caused by abuse and unsaid things in her family I knew nothing about De Vigan before and was both uite astonished about her troubled youth and by the fact that she shared so many harrowing details while so much of her family was still alive It takes a special courage to do that It is an endearing book and a moving testimony

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Rien ne s'oppose à la nuit Summary ê 107 През една зимна сутрин Делфин дьо Виган намира майка си мъртва в дома ѝ След ступора след мъката след отказа да повярва в неотвратимото тя взема трудно решение – да проучи и опише живота на майка си да разбере кое я е накарало да направи такъв радикален избор Заемайки се с тази задача писателката разказва обикновената и необикно. 12Compelled to write this book as a result of her mother s suicide French writer Delphine de Vigan weaves together fiction biography and memoir to delve into the cracks of her family s increasingly dark history In the time after discovering Lucile s her mother body Delphine initially resisted the idea of writing her mother but simply felt it had to be done Though the testimonies of family members de Vigan also relies on a collection of home movies letters and photos to achieve her goal To read this precise moving and sometimes unsettling book one feels like a silent witness to an ever so private affair that is an exploration of life of individual suffering and a sort of investigation looking into the morality ethics and motivation of writing de Vigan doesn t want any sympathy although I m sure for some that would be hard not to feel all she asks for is the reader s full attention This is indeed a heart wrenching story and although there are bright moments I found it difficult to hang on to them for very long For the most part we get a raw and unsettling monologue that reflects on the many difficult and uncomfortable uestions that are asked of members of her dead mother s family with the answers not always forthcoming Parts of of it that detailed incest and rape had me almost gasping aback in horror and of nine children there were three deaths by suicide another death after a child falls into a well and after we get confirmation of the terrible abuse inflicted by her father it goes some ways to explain Lucile s long suffering mental illness Although her mother is the centre of the story as the narrative progresses we start to learn about Delphine too including bouts of anorexia and we are constantly remained that the families of her mother and grandmother are all too flawed to be any but real so I don t know why it s described as a novel by some And yet the author doesn t call it a memoirBecause there is a uestion hanging over certainly the first part of book just what is truthEarly on the portrait and history of a family combines factual accounts that de vigan either from not being born or being far too young didn t witness so it s a case of imagining in the minds of people who were alive at the time Because she openly discusses her rights and responsibilities in trying to reconstruct the family in which her mother grew up there s no moral anxiousness and because of her being a novelist first taking advantage of invention her imagined passages of writing were far satisfying on the eye to me than the second half of the book were she tends to just stick to the painful facts of her mother s unstable decline in a rather dry and unengaging way The longer it went on the wearier I became Overall I likened it to a journey were I wanted to turn around and do the first part all over again I didn t want the destination even though I knew it was unavoidable Reading this will certainly have me trying one of her novels at some point because there is clearly talent there This was painful to read but you can bet it s nothing compared to pain de vigan must have felt whilst writing it so for that she gets my deepest respect ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science into the cracks of her family s Technology and the Garden increasingly dark history In the time after discovering Lucile s her mother body Delphine Letras Pixeladas initially resisted the أحببتك طيفاً idea of writing her mother but simply felt Do Over it had to be done Though the testimonies of family members de Vigan also relies on a collection of home movies letters and photos to achieve her goal To read this precise moving and sometimes unsettling book one feels like a silent witness to an ever so private affair that Dead of Winter is an exploration of life of هموم صبا 2- السلّم بالعرض individual suffering and a sort of Huntington investigation looking The Widows Tale into the morality ethics and motivation of writing de Vigan doesn t want any sympathy although I m sure for some that would be hard not to feel all she asks for Crossed Genres Magazine 20 Issue 11 Crossed Genres Magazine 20 #11 is the reader s full attention This Charlie Weatherburn is Sternstunden der Menschheit indeed a heart wrenching story and although there are bright moments I found When Shovels Break it difficult to hang on to them for very long For the most part we get a raw and unsettling monologue that reflects on the many difficult and uncomfortable uestions that are asked of members of her dead mother s family with the answers not always forthcoming Parts of of Guess What is at the Zoo? 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Rien ne s'oppose à la nuit Summary ê 107 вена история на своя род – без излишна сантименталност без самосъжаление Без да укорява и без да идеализира Постепенно пред читателя се очертава силният и очарователен образ на една изстрадала но и пълна с живот женаСемейството ми въплъщава най шумната най зрелищната радост и заедно с това в него отеква неуморимото ехо на мърт. I have always admired authors for their apparent limitless creative capacity I have read books with a world building so intricate it left me gaping with envy and wonder My absolute favourite books however the ones I will stay up till 2am to ponder over are always firmly grounded in their reality These books are always overflowing with detail and never fail to grab me with their recounting of a life which may not be our own but that we can relate to through the common ground of our capacity to feel and thus to physically experience what is described I have been in awe of Delphine de Vigan s writing since my reading of No and Me and this book did not fail to reach my expectations Rather it surpassed them due to the intimacy created between the author and her readers with the partly autobiographical recounting as we witness her struggles and moral dilemmas in the progression of her work as she simultaneously implements her perspective in her narrative while attempting to delve into her mother s mind This is not an easy book to read It contains the harsh unapologetic reality of life where superficially functional families are flawed where there are no fully resolved happy endings where all good things eventually come to an end People commit suicide People are born imperfect People will fail at one or many points in their lives All in all this book depicts truth and the subseuent rawness of the narrative truly made it shine for me


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  • Paperback
  • 464
  • Rien ne s'oppose à la nuit
  • Delphine de Vigan
  • Bulgarian
  • 14 November 2019
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