Memoirs Of A Dutiful Daughter

Author: Simone de Beauvoir
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062566172
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Author: Jackie Kay
ISBN: 9789758457250
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Trumpet, is dead before the story begins.

Kayitsizlik Senligi

Author: Milan Kundera
ISBN: 9789750725128
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Arka Kapak Kayıtsızlık Şenliği, Milan Kundera’nın 2003’de yayımlanan Bilmemek’ten sonra kimsenin beklemediği bir anda çıkagelen yeni romanı.

The Nation

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Little Emily, whose mother died when she was three, leaving her to the servants,
a cold unloving stepmother, a cold dutiful father.” The cumulative effect of
catching glimpses of Doris Lessing in her roles as daughter, wife, mother,
mistress is to deflate her image to human size. But surely she is aware of this,
perhaps gratified that she has beaten her biographers to the punch. She isn't the
Madame Literary Giantess I have always imagined her to be. She is merely what
she called herself ...

The Ladies World

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So that if she is a dutiful daughter, she hardly finds any enjoyment in the gayety of
her companions, and certainly none in the rippling waters that bear upon their
bosom the treacherous conveyance which her mother calls a “dreadful boat.” It's
like so many other things where girls are concerned—they ... Of all the memories
of a delightful summer in Europe, the “red letter" belongs to a September morning
at classic Oxford. “We two,” £ the shady walks of “Christ Church Meadow,” made