Femme prenant plaisir à ses fureurs : roman / Marie Billetdoux
- Billetdoux, Marie, 1951-
- [Paris] : JC Lattès, 
- Première édition.
- Physical Description:
- 388 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
- Marie Billetdoux (who took the name desired at birth by her father) tells Raphaële Billetdoux, and the eternal mother-daughter conflict, which takes a very particular turn here. In this fifteenth book, suddenly, she reveals to us to have written, to have become a writer by the will of a woman of the shade, her mother, a "enchantress", proud, asocial, great seductress by the verb ... When, twelve After the success of My nights are more beautiful than your days and a motherhood, little by little Raphaële becomes aware of this abnormal dependence since her first novel published at nineteen, she does not know she begins a fight to life to death ... Woman taking pleasure in her furyis the epic, with accents at the end of detective story, this long awakening, and the illustration of several forms of madness within the same family of artists between Montmartre and Montparnasse from the 40s to the present day.--JC Lattès.
- 9782709663205 (paperback)
- Title from cover.
- Source of Acquisition:
- UP-PAT copy Purchased with funds from the Laurent LeSage Libraries Collection Endowment for French Continental Literature; 2018.
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