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arg1-9782764606711.html Il vit ? Montr?al, il lit Mishima et Basho, il drague des Japonaises, il passe sa journ?e au caf?, il projette d??crire un roman ou de faire un film, mais plus particuli?rement un roman ou un film ? la mani?re des ma?tres japonais et intitul? Je suis un ?crivain japonais .…read more

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arg1-9782897123543.html Le premier titre de Dany Laferrière après son entrée à l'Académie française.   Un après-midi d’été, l’écrivain croise sur la rue Saint-Denis un jeune homme, Mongo, qui vient de…read more

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Racial and sexual politics collide in this cult classic that launched Laferrière as one of North America's finest literary provocateurs. Brilliant and tense, Dany Laferrière 's first novel, How to Make Love to a Negro without Getting Tired , is as fresh and relevant today as when it was first…read more

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On January 12, 2010, novelist Dany Laferrière had just ordered dinner at a Port-au-Prince restaurant with a friend when the earthquake struck. He survived; some 300,000 others did not. The quake caused widespread destruction and left over 1 million homeless; it also revealed flaws in the…read more

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The Return

by Dany Laferriere|

August 29, 2011

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From the Prix Medicis winner comes a haunting meditation on the nature of identity. Dany Laferriere 's most celebrated book since How to Make Love to a Negro , The Return is a bestseller in France and Quebec and the winner of many awards, including the prestigious Prix Medicis and the Grand Prix…read more

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arg1-9782764620793.html Lauréat du prix Médicis 2009. Lauréat du Grand Prix du livre de Montréal 2009. Lauréat du Prix des libraires du Québec 2009. Nommé meilleur roman français de l’année 2009 par le…read more

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Brilliant and tense, Dany Laferrière 's first novel, How to Make Love to a Negro Without Getting Tired , is as fresh and relevant today as when it was first published in Canada in 1985. With ribald humor and a working-class intellectualism on par with Charles Bukowski's or Henry Miller's,…read more

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"L'interrogation n'a pas changé à 56 ans: pourquoi ne profite-t-on pas de tout ce qui nous arrive pour changer notre vie?" -Dany Laferrière "The question I have been asking myself remains the same now that I am 56: why do we not take advantage of everything that happens to us in order to…read more

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A devilishly intelligent new novel by the internationally bestselling author and Prix Médicis winner. A black writer from Montreal has found the perfect title for his next book: I Am a Japanese Writer . His publisher gives him an advance on the strength of the title alone. The problem is, he…read more

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Première œuvre d'un jeune auteur d'origine haïtienne, Comment faire l'amour avec un Nègre sans se fatiguer est toujours d'actualité bien des années après sa parution. Depuis, le roman est devenu un classique de la littérature québécoise et Dany Laferrière a été reconnu comme un écrivain majeur de…read more

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A steamy exploration of desire and sexual tourism by the author of How to Make Love to a Negro . On the sun-drenched island of Haiti in the 1970s, under the shadow of "Baby Doc" Duvalier's notorious regime, locals eke out an existence as servants, bartenders and panderers to the white elite.…read more