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Mari is a writer and Jonna is And at the same time, this highly autobiographical novel provides plenty of insight into this most obsessive of writers. The novel begins the day before the primary character, Roger Mamelin, is born, and it ends when he is 15 and World War I has just come to an end.

Roger is born just after midnight, on Friday, January 13, which his parents agree to lie about, and instead claim that he was born 11 minutes earlier, thus his birth certificate has his date of birth as January In an interesting parallel, the narrator of The Man with the Little Dog also worked as an assistant in a bookshop with a not very benevolent owner. Oct 04, Kim rated it it was amazing Shelves: coming-of-age. This book has no real plot and has one key story line that starts, meanders for a while and then abruptly stops.

But I loved it. My edition has a forward that describes it as a "clockwork miniature" of a town in Belgium, Lieges, and that's exactly what it is. A European city seen through the eyes of a young boy growing up. Food, streets, smells, the search for a place in the fabric of society. Did I say already that I loved it? Una famiglia come tante, vista da lontano; una famiglia singolare vista con la lente di ingrandimento che Georges Simenon usa sempre quando scrive.

Oct 06, David rated it liked it Shelves: big-white-square. She had never dared to occupy the whole of a chair.

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I loved her. The poor thing lives in absolute fear of everything for pages.

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Other elements weren't quite as brilliant. The terrorist, and then Leopold, ran out of steam and disappeared, and I wondered if the whole thing wouldn't have been better without them. And there was a dead brother in real life! Omitting your dead brother from your family hist "Elise had a congenital fear of causing people trouble. Omitting your dead brother from your family history seems remarkably unkind. A largely autobiographical novel peering through the difficulties of life in Liege at the beginning of the last century by charting the story of a family, with all the unpalatable resentments, jealousies, pettiness, sour disappointment with a life that is not taking the right turns that can go on underneath the surface.

The misery of human nature laid bare in a powerful book. Oct 12, Tuck rated it really liked it Shelves: europa , pre-wwi , western-rural-with-tractors-horse.

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Feb 27, Ian rated it really liked it. Another NYRB classic.

Pedigree (Simenon novel)

Pre-WW1 Liege in Belgium is vividly brought to life through the eyes of a young boy semi auto-biographical. Excellent read. Georges Simenon. Tres libros atravesados por la muerte, tres libros muy diferentes. O la duda. Como hijo, como padre.

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