Comme Le Temps Passe

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  • Title: Comme Le Temps Passe
  • Author: Robert Brasillach
  • ISBN: 9782724216189
  • Page: 437
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    1. Esdaile on said:

      I do not have time to write long reviews on this website alas, but this book is for me underestimated. The love scene far outweighs anything by DH Lawrence. Brasillach has something of the child about him and had all his life. This book is the yearning for the sunken garden, the hidden domain, the lost earthly paradise, which mankind COULD have made of this our earth. This book is one of my 20 favourite novels of all time.

    2. Denis on said:

      Brasillach is one of those French writers who made disastrous choices during WWII (an American book has been written about him and his trial at the end of the war). It's hard to imagine the author of such a wonderfully sensitive, dreamy and romantic novel as this one (whose title means AS TIME GOES BY, or also HOW TIME FLOWS) thinking and writing the horrible things he did later in life. A novel about a love that transcends childhood and adulthood, this is a forgotten masterpiece.

    3. Bertrand on said:

      Despite having not read that many of them, one comes to expect something particular from rightist writers: the all-pervasive acerbic nihilism of Céline, the glorification of martial aristocracy of Junger, the obsessive politicism of von Salomon, etc. I have to admit that for the first half of this particular book, I was dismayed to find a work that made none of the claims to thematic or formal transgressions I was hoping for, only a painfully contrived attempt at celebrating the waning romantic [...]

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