Nouons-nous

Nouons-nous

Emmanuelle Pagano / Jul 22, 2019

Nouons nous L amour plus des copeaux de bois du produit pour les vitres une clochette du shampoing des oiseaux des charpes des appareils photos des ponts des cordes un v lo des instruments de musique u

  • Title: Nouons-nous
  • Author: Emmanuelle Pagano
  • ISBN: 9782818019542
  • Page: 200
  • Format: Paperback
  • L amour plus des copeaux de bois, du produit pour les vitres, une clochette, du shampoing, des oiseaux, des charpes, des appareils photos, des ponts, des cordes, un v lo, des instruments de musique, une canne p che, des brosses cheveux, des fusils de chasse, des livres, des g lules, du carton, des lampes, des agates, des lastiques, une malle, des fruits, des lentill L amour plus des copeaux de bois, du produit pour les vitres, une clochette, du shampoing, des oiseaux, des charpes, des appareils photos, des ponts, des cordes, un v lo, des instruments de musique, une canne p che, des brosses cheveux, des fusils de chasse, des livres, des g lules, du carton, des lampes, des agates, des lastiques, une malle, des fruits, des lentilles de contact, des chantillons, des bateaux, des pansements, de la peinture, des arbres, des agendas, un mouchoir en tissu, du liquide vaisselle, des box, du scotch, des ballons, du savon, des soldes, une mouillette, des connexions internet, des mar es, des archives, des paquets cadeaux, une pince piler, du mica, des mains courantes, des trams, un faon, des maquettes, un vaporisateur d eau, des cours de m decine, des montres, des coussins brod s, des plumes, des cl s, un chat, du sel, des corces, des poup es, une meraude, des avions, un foulard, des fleurs, des man ges, des t l phones, des crayons de couleurs, des bo tes aux lettres, une f ve, des tatouages, des t l s, des cartes, des miroirs, un kit de couture, des math matiques, des chaussures, des poissons, des valises, des jeux de soci t , un boulis de pierre, des bouchons auriculaires, des carnets, des bocaux en verre, des calendriers, des pantins, une table de mixage, des grains de sable, du yoga, des poids en laiton, des clairages automatiques, un aspirateur, des trains, des fagots, des oliennes, des insectes, et une pelote de fil.

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      • Emmanuelle Pagano

        Emmanuelle Pagano was born in Aveyron in September 1969 She lives today in Ard che, with three children, born in April 1991, September 1995 and May 2003 She graduated in Fine Arts, and has done university researches in the field of esthetics in the cinema as well as the multimedia.


    205 Comments

    1. I really enjoyed this. The book consists of items from packed little one-sentence statements to two-page vignettes that convey a spacious range of observations and experiences of love. The snippets are from the viewpoints of all kinds and ages of people in dozens and dozens of relationships, at all stages of the process: first sight, first meeting, deepening relationship, long-time comradeship, disastrous break-ups, death of a spouse. I really recommend it. I’m not usually one for books about [...]


    2. she inspects herself in the mirror from every angle, seeking imperfections. she doesn't find any, and leaves the bathroom feeling pleased and beautiful, but the mirror can't reflect something that lies just beneath the skin, something that is there, inside her, that prevents us from loving each other, that she will never see.emmanuelle pagano's trysting (nouons-nous) is composed of a few hundred brief vignettes – some but a single sentence, others as lengthy as a page or two. capturing the mar [...]


    3. Uvijek iznova podsjećam samu sebe da svatko ima svoju priču, kako god klišejizirano zvučalo. Priču dugačku, bogatu detaljima ili samo priču-detalj. Jednu rečenicu koja ga određuje - u tom trenutku ili (za)uvijek. Ljubavnu, prijateljsku, usputnu, ali ipak priču. Emmanuelle Pagano neke od njih ovdje je zapisala. Priče od stranice ili dvije ili priče od rečenice ili dvije. Ili jednog odjeljka. Sjajno, zanimljivo, pomno odabrano.Zanima me koje bih ja odabrala kad bih pokušala zapisati [...]


    4. Recueil de plusieurs histoires d'amour indépendantes les unes des autres, Nouons-nous est un récit incontestablement humain et profondément touchant. Emmanuelle Pagano nous livre ici, par tranches de quelques paragraphes ou quelques lignes à peine, les épanchements romantiques et mélancoliques d'une foultitude de protagonistes différents. Si ce récit a permis à l'amoureux des mots que je suis d'être ravi grâce aux descriptions qu'il contient, je me suis, malgré moi, senti assez loin [...]


    5. One of my favourites of 2016, in the category 'Best Hard-To-Describe Book Written as Tiny Vignettes About Love': kirstylogan/best-books


    6. "Što me više čita, to me manje voli." 16"sve što mu nisam dala, nisam ni sačuvala, sve što mu nisam dala, izgubljeno je" 19"Njegov mi je miris već donekle poznat, a kad je ženi miris drugoga već donekle poznat, to znači da je posve spremna na njega se naviknuti." 21"Za tog popodnevnog počinka, tog ljetnog ljenčarenja, žedna sam i neću ustati. On se pridiže, izlazi iz sobe, čujem ga kako u kuhinji pušta vodu. Vraća se bavrejkug ivraza, susprežući neodgodivi smijeh kojeg su mu [...]


    7. A beautifully piece of prose, unselfconsciously poetic, little assembled fragments from the lives of couples, from love affairs, marriages, relationships and love and intimacies in all their forms. It's not hard to read, but best savoured in sips.


    8. Rørende, sjove, sørgelige, glade, triste, romantiske, tragiske, håbefulde, hadefulde, skuffede, bitre, foruroligende, trofaste, svigefulde Emmanuelle Pagano kommer hele vejen rundt i det menneskelige følelsesregister i denne samling af små stykker kortprosa, hvor hver tekststump udgør et blik ind i et helt og fuldt menneskeligt univers. Og hun gør det for det meste vedkommende og troværdigt. Anbefalet!Læs hele anmeldelsen her: bognoter/2017/03/04/emmanue


    9. What is Love? It is a question which poets and philosophers have long enjoyed grappling with, but whose answer remains as elusive as ever. Even if we were to consider just one type of Love - that between lovers, between partners - its manifestations are incredibly varied. Every couple has its own love story.Emmanuelle Pagano's "Trysting" was originally published in French as "Nouons-nous". It is now available in an English translation by Jennifer Higgins and Sophie Lewis, issued by independent p [...]


    10. This wasn’t for me. In part, my expectations were off because I thought it was the story of one couple told in a series of fragments, but actually every fragment refers to a different couple. I think it’s a book to read in lots of sittings, just dipping in and out, which isn’t something I did – I read the first half in one go, became tired of it, then didn’t pick it up much again and just skim read the rest. I like the variety in the fragments and I think you will find a feeling or sit [...]


    11. I adore this little book! A series of short writings, from single lines to a couple of pages, on the subject of attraction, love, hurt, separation and loss. They perfectly capture the small often overlooked quirks of relationships that distinguish and cement them. While the characters in the passages differ, as you read through, later parts reflect and refract early ones. I gulped down the whole book in a single day, but it is equally good for dipping in and out of. Jennifer Higgens and Sophie L [...]


    12. There's an elegance to these vignettes, and a definite authenticity. I perhaps spoiled it slightly for myself by reading in one sitting, as opposed to dipping in and out over a few days. But nevertheless a very enjoyable read, and one that makes a decent effort to describe the indescribable. It's not hard to find something in these pages that will remind you of yourself.


    13. Beautiful. Just beautiful. Little, vivid pictures of lives shared and sometimes separated. Had me crying and laughing, all at once. Love is a study in two people, so the duality of emotion always lingers: happy can turn to sad so easily and vice versa. Absolutely gorgeous.



    14. Un très beau livre, une écriture agréable: des moments de vie, des émotions, des sensations exprimées sur 1 ou 2 pages qui dressent le "portrait" de l'amour. Tres réussi!


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