by Annie Ernaux

Pour Annie Ernaux, l'hypermarché est un grand rendez-vous humain, un véritable spectacle. Sa fréquentation est très loin de se résumer à la seule corvée des courses. Dans le journal de ses visites au magasin Auchan des Trois-Fontaines, la romancière livre les sentiments mêlés, attirance mais aussi interrogations, que suscite en elle ce haut lieu de l'abondance. Grâce à ce relevé libre de ses sensations et de ses observations, l'hypermarché, espace familier où tout le monde ou presque se côtoie, arrive enfin à la dignité de sujet littéraire.

Regarde les lumières mon amour
Publisher
RACONTER LA VIE
Type
book
Language
French
ISBN-13
9782370210371
ISBN-10
2370210370
Number of Pages
80
Height
7 mm
Widht
140 mm
Lenght
205 mm
Weight
106 g
Format
Book
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