And there's another man in her life, too My problem is precisely the opposite. I don't spend much time in the outside world real life ; mostly I'm in my inner world, of which I am tired and where I feel trapped. I dream of breaking out of my prison but can't manage to do it. Because the idea frightens me and -- harder to admit -- I actually love my prison. His fumblings in the real world, in Kotelnich and with Sophie, suggest he has himself pegged fairly well. Certainly, with Sophie there's a self- destructive edge to how he handles himself and things which suggests his inability to embrace happiness in the form of another human being something rather different from sex, which seems practically a given, regardless of the circumstances.
Yet it's also a bit of a mishmash, a back and forth that, rather than being aimless, seems almost overwhelmed by purpose.
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Un Roman Russe
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What it all comes down to isn't really what's true or false, but that I can't really bring myself to care about it one way or the other. Perhaps the mission of those who love mankind is to make people laugh at the truth, to make truth laugh, because the only truth lies in learning to free ourselves from insane passion for the truth. Un Roman Russe This does not sound very promising but very French when they mistake complexity with creativity. Just out of curiousity,as you kept the title in French does it mean you read it in French or did they used the original title?
And please who is the other Russian imigre you quote? Originally Posted by saliotthomas. Un Roman Russe So after a little Wiki inspection,you were right about the title. The guy wrote a few novels 5 ,and was rewarded with the Prix femina for classes de neige. He seems to write mostly for cinema and did the adaptation for 3 Vargas novel.
This might explain some of your dislike in the structure of the book.