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~FREE PDF ♟ L'Humeur Vagabonde ☨ Apr S La Seconde Guerre Mondiale, Les Trains Recommenc Rent Rouler On R Tablit Le Tortillard Qui Reliait Notre Village La Pr Fecture Beno T Laborie Quitte Femme Et Enfants Pour Tenter Fortune Paris Rastignac Triste, Il S Gare Dans Le Cimeti Re Du P Re Lachaise Quand Il Revient Au Pays, Sa M Re Le Prend Pour Un Amant De Sa Femme Et Tue L Pouse Suppos E Infid Le Parce Qu Il D Gage Un Parfum De Crime, La Capitale S Offre Lui Pas Pour Longtemps Un Nouveau Caprice Du Tout Paris, Et Il Est Rejet L Humeur Vagabonde Est Une Fable Comique Et Triste, Une Petite Musique Aigre Douce Au Ton Inimitable In L Humeur vagabonde, Antoine Blondin condenses most of the hallmarks of what Roger Nimier called blondinisme light hearted, effortless prose, a dash of absurdity, and moments of sincere tenderness tempered by a gleeful enthusiasm for puns and all the textures of the French language into one of his briefest fictional offerings On the surface, this short novel is frivolous, even silly However, as in other works by Blondin, there are moments of clarity where the narrator or a character voices truths about relationships, love, and fate It is Blondin s ability to immediately shift from recounting the ridiculous antics and misfortunes of Beno t to describing the bonds of conjugal love with brutal honesty which makes him one of the great and unfortunately overlooked novelists of the postwar period.There are few passages in novels that stick with and ultimately become crystalized in my mind Blondin has penned a number of such memorable passages in his oeuvre Is there anythingpure than the following Maybe one day we will tear down the dividing walls of our prisons, we will talk to people who reply to us, misunderstanding among the living will evaporate, and the dead will no longer have secrets for us One day, we ll take trains that leave. Ceux et celles qui n ont pas le mat riau c r bral pour s parer la forme et le fond trouveront ce livre insipide Blondin a ceci de tr s sp cial qu il dissimule sous la narration d un quotidien d une grande nullit des trag dies d une force telle qu elles vous empoignent dangereusement si vous avez ne serait ce qu un soup on de coeur ou de cervelle Heureux qui ne comprend pas Sinon, on s ivrogne Ou on se tue.