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Sang và bần hàn những chuyến phiêu lưu ua từng trận chiến ở Pháp Anh Ethiopie Syrie và châu Phi Xích đạo tất cả đều mang đậm dấu ấn tình yêu lớn nhất đời ông tình yêu với người mẹ viển vông lý tưởng chủ nghĩa si mê nước Pháp vừa dũng cảm tuyệt vời lại vừa dại dột ng. At first I thought I had never read anything like it but after a while parallels began to suggest themselves For effortless brilliance and endless streams of believe it or not anecdotes I thought of Surely You re Joking Mr Feynman but Feynman despite being a wonderful storyteller isn t literary and Gary is with good reason proud of his ability to create perfectly balanced French sentences Feyerabend s Killing Time has the same stylistic sophistication absurd bragging and refusal to acknowledge authority but Feyerabend is primarily a philosopher and Gary has no interest in the philosophical Ingmar Bergman s Laterna Magica has the searching self examination matter of fact heartlessness towards women and artistic integrity but Bergman comes across as completely anchored in realityTowards the end of the book however I remembered another exiled francophone Russian guiltily recalling all the terrible things he had done during the course of his life and trying to justify them in terms of his one great love and I began to identify Gary and with the narrator of Nabokov s Ada Alas there would be no miraculous reunion in Geneva

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Uồn gốc của những tình huống hài hước kỳ diệu cũng như những khoảnh khắc yêu thương mãnh liệt trong đời ông góp phần làm nên một sự nghiệp ngoại giao vinh uang và mang lại cho thế giới một nhà văn tài hoaPhỏng theo thể loại tự sự nhưng lại không phải một tác phẩm tự sự. The main thing that remained in my memory is what Romain Gary said about his mother love to him when you grow up with love as big as the ocean you keep looking for such love all your life and end up dying from thirst beside the well I hope he ll excuse the liberty I took with it it s been years since i read it But this is the idea Gloom Town kỳ diệu cũng như những uinze dias khoảnh Cheating for the Chicken Man khắc yêu thương mãnh liệt trong đời ông góp phần làm nên một sự nghiệp ngoại giao vinh uang và mang lại cho thế giới một nhà văn tài hoaPhỏng theo thể loại tự sự nhưng lại The Last Runaway không phải một tác phẩm tự sự. The main thing that remained in my memory is what Romain Gary said about his mother love to him when you grow up with love as big as the ocean you On Tidy Endings keep looking for such love all your life and end up dying from thirst beside the well I hope he ll excuse the liberty I took with it it s been years since i read it But this is the idea

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Lời hứa lúc bình minh là câu chuyện dài kể về tuổi thơ và phần lớn cuộc đời của Romain Gary tác giả từng hai lần đạt giải Goncourt một trong La Promesse PDFEPUB or những cây bút xuất sắc nhất của văn học Pháp thế kỷ XX Những năm tháng ở Nga Ba Lan rồi Nice những uãng đời giàu. Je crus mourir de honte Il va sans dire ue j avais beaucoup d illusions car si on pouvait mourir de honte il y a longtemps ue l humanit ne serait plus l I wonder if that hasn t happened to the world Has the kind of human being who is still capable of feeling and dying of shame been pushed aside to the benefit of another vulgar and therefore stronger breed that is completely shameless Romain Gary suffered from a loving mother She loved him to the extent that his whole life was determined by her dreams for his success as a French officer diplomat and writer All his actions were based on her need for redemption her need for repairing a failed life through her childIt is a nightmare of gigantic proportions and I shuddered than once reading the autobiographical account of Romain Gary s life moving from his Jewish Russian roots over Poland to the C te d Azur before and during the Second World War La promesse de l aube the promise made to his mother in the beginning that he would fulfil her dreams That promise narrowed his path but it also served as the ultimate motivation when others around him gave up He understood the attitude of the French capitulation and acknowledged that they were right to arrange themselves in order to stay alive but they were right in the same way Van Gogh would have been right to take a decent job and to stop painting Romain Gary could not give up as he had to keep the promise he made to his headstrong embarrassing motherHow did he copeL humour est une d claration de dignit une affirmation de la sup riorit de l homme sur ce ui lui arriveWhat a brilliant way of describing intelligent and empathic life And again what happened to the dignity of a humorous approach to life in our times of public sulking Romain Gary s idea is that he has something he is willing to live for which is distinctly different from being willing to DIE for something and that he considers the true tragedy of Faust not his act of selling his soul to the devil but the discovery that there is no devil who wants to buy it il n y a pas preneurIn the end when he arrived at home in Nice after his years fighting for la lib ration as well as for literary fame and success euipped with all the military distinctions and the news articles reviewing his first published fiction he discovered that his mother had made a great sacrifice for him as well A heartbreaking tale of love and power beyond human reachMost of the time I choked on the omnipresence of this mythical mother figure but in one respect I fully support her claim for her son it should have been a Nobel Laureate Memoirs of Madame de La Tour du Pin kể về tuổi thơ và phần lớn cuộc đời của Romain Gary tác giả từng hai lần đạt giải Goncourt một trong La Promesse PDFEPUB or những cây bút xuất sắc nhất của văn học Pháp thế Something in the Wine The Moonstone Series kỷ XX Những năm tháng ở Nga Ba Lan rồi Nice những uãng đời giàu. Je crus mourir de honte Il va sans dire ue j avais beaucoup d illusions car si on pouvait mourir de honte il y a longtemps ue l humanit ne serait plus l I wonder if that hasn t happened to the world Has the Empire State Building: The Making of a Landmark kind of human being who is still capable of feeling and dying of shame been pushed aside to the benefit of another vulgar and therefore stronger breed that is completely shameless Romain Gary suffered from a loving mother She loved him to the extent that his whole life was determined by her dreams for his success as a French officer diplomat and writer All his actions were based on her need for redemption her need for repairing a failed life through her childIt is a nightmare of gigantic proportions and I shuddered than once reading the autobiographical account of Romain Gary s life moving from his Jewish Russian roots over Poland to the C te d Azur before and during the Second World War La promesse de l aube the promise made to his mother in the beginning that he would fulfil her dreams That promise narrowed his path but it also served as the ultimate motivation when others around him gave up He understood the attitude of the French capitulation and acknowledged that they were right to arrange themselves in order to stay alive but they were right in the same way Van Gogh would have been right to take a decent job and to stop painting Romain Gary could not give up as he had to I Love You Almost Always keep the promise he made to his headstrong embarrassing motherHow did he copeL humour est une d claration de dignit une affirmation de la sup riorit de l homme sur ce ui lui arriveWhat a brilliant way of describing intelligent and empathic life And again what happened to the dignity of a humorous approach to life in our times of public sulking Romain Gary s idea is that he has something he is willing to live for which is distinctly different from being willing to DIE for something and that he considers the true tragedy of Faust not his act of selling his soul to the devil but the discovery that there is no devil who wants to buy it il n y a pas preneurIn the end when he arrived at home in Nice after his years fighting for la lib ration as well as for literary fame and success euipped with all the military distinctions and the news articles reviewing his first published fiction he discovered that his mother had made a great sacrifice for him as well A heartbreaking tale of love and power beyond human reachMost of the time I choked on the omnipresence of this mythical mother figure but in one respect I fully support her claim for her son it should have been a Nobel Laureate


10 thoughts on “La Promesse de l'aube

  1. says:

    Je crus mourir de honte Il va sans dire ue j'avais beaucoup d'illusions car si on pouvait mourir de honte il y a longtemps ue l'humanité ne serait plus là I wonder if that hasn't happened to the world? Has the

  2. says:

    This was not the first time I've read a memoir written by a man where the story revolves not only around himself but also around his mother I still remember reading Nicholas Gage's Eleni where I had the urge to go to Greece and visit the grave of Eleni Mr Gage's mother Frank McCourt's mother wasn't dead yet at the end of Angela's Ashes but the story was well crafted and she was so heroic there that I wasted no time finding out what happened

  3. says:

    Helen’s face may have launched a thousand ships in the Iliad but Roman Gary’s mother takes the prize for launching and totally shaping her son’s dramatic life The successes of Gary’s career a prize winning novelist an officer who was brave against the enemies of France in WW2 and a diplomat for the French government were all worked out from early childhood through collusion with her ambitious fantasies

  4. says:

    At first I thought I had never read anything like it but after a while parallels began to suggest themselves For effortless brilliance and endless streams of believe it or not anecdotes I thought of Surely You're Joking Mr Feynman; but Feynman despite being a wonderful storyteller isn't literary and Gary is wit

  5. says:

    Gary was enchanting as a man a real 'poseur' as they say in French and as a writer and nothing can put you under his spell than thi

  6. says:

    I read this or less alongside to Nabokov’s The Real Life of Sebastian Knight There are some obvious parallels between the two writers or may be the situation since both were Russians who left soon after the 1917 revolution where fifteen years apart Gary was the younger and who then wrote in the language of the country countries where they livednationalized And in both books we are presented with some sort of biograp

  7. says:

    The main thing that remained in my memory is what Romain Gary said about his mother love to him when you grow up with love as big as the ocean you keep looking for such love all your life and end up dying from thirst beside

  8. says:

    I'm so glad that I finally got to read this book One of the best books I've read this year and who knows maybe in my life Warm funny but also sad self ironic and lyrical masterpiece

  9. says:

    Funny lots of self mockery at times moving fast paced interesting And beautiful style What's not to like?

  10. says:

    This is a memoir written by Romain Gary and is also a book from the 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die Mr Gary wrote this memoir as a tri

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