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Le Testament Francais by Andrei Makine
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.04" Width: 4.31" Height: 0.63" Weight: 0.38 lbs.
Release Date Jan 28, 1999
Publisher Editions Gallimard
ISBN 2070401871 ISBN13 9782070401871
Availability 4 units. Availability accurate as of Mar 30, 2017 02:46.
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More About Andrei Makine
Makine was born in Siberia, and was granted political asylum in Paris, France in 1987.
Andrei Makine currently resides in Paris. Andrei Makine was born in 1958.
Reviews - What do customers think about Le Testament Francais?
the perfect read! Nov 9, 1999
Makine captures beautifully the solitary emptiness of the steppes and their harsh beauty... you can really feel the silence of the vast land, the chill of the wind, the warmth of his family's tiny appartment... even more important is his realistic and compelling portrayal of his struggle for identity, his desire to belong...
Le style est tres beau Oct 13, 1999
Les atmospheres sont tres attachantes, on y retrouve l'ame slave et les chagrins et bonheurs de l'enfance et de l'adolescence.
Love story Jan 28, 1999
It is unusual love story, love in many senses... The story starts slowly, developing in several historical and geografical planes planes. In some parts it looks more like memoirs, not a novel, because all characters are vrey realistic.
A beautiful nostalgic story about grandchild love of grandmo Jul 22, 1998
Well written, typical russian type of story, makes you cry, makes you laugh, strong emotions.
Well written book that tells about the culture differences Jul 20, 1998
The book is well written. I have read the French, the Finnish and the English versions and I do admire all these works. The story is beautiful and at the end sensitive, too. The differences between 2 cultures come clearly up.