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Betty Blue (Abacus Books) [Paperback]

Philippe Djian , H. Buten
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A brilliant, painful account of a doomed love affair. While the storm clouds are gathering, the teller of the story belives the picnic is forever. (Carlo Gebler)

A story of love found and thwarted that also becomes a remarkable journey backward: from modernist narrative resignation and ennui into full-fledged emotional engagement, complicaiton, deepening of character and resolution... (Kirkus Reviews)

Djian is a major writer. A page of his prose reads like nothing else, except perhaps another page of his. His writing is the real thing. (Le Monde)

An atmosphere reminiscent of, by turns, Diva and Paris, Texas... Dijan's books soar above those of his contemporaries. (Paris Match)

Book Description

The major European bestseller that was made into the celebrated film.

About the Author

Philippe Djian The author of five highly acclaimed works of fiction, Philippe Djian lives in Biarritz, France. BETTY BLUE, the first of his books to be translated into English, was the basis for the award-winning film by Jean-Jacques Beineix.
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