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Writing Book by Marguerite Duras (Farsi Edition)
Written in the splendid bareness of her late style, these pages are Marguerite Duras’s theory of literature: comparing a dying fly to the work of style; remembering the trance and incurable disarray of writing; recreating the last moments of a British pilot shot during World War II and buried next to her house; or else letting out a magisterial, so what? To question six decades of storytelling, all the essays together operate as a deceitful, yet indispensable confession.
Marguerite Germaine Marie Donnadieu ( 4 April 1914 – 3 March 1996), known as Marguerite Duras ), was a French novelist, playwright, screenwriter, essayist, and experimental filmmaker. Her script for the film Hiroshima mon amour (1959) earned her a nomination for Best Original Screenplay at the Academy Awards. Duras was born Marguerite Donnadieu on 4 April 1914, in Gia Định, Cochinchina, French Indochina (now Vietnam). Her parents, Marie (née Legrand, 1877–1956) and Henri Donnadieu (1872–1921), were teachers from France who likely had met at Gia Định High School. They had both had previous marriages. Marguerite had two older brothers: Pierre, the elder, and Paul.
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|Book Cover Type||Paperback|
|Persian Title||کتاب نوشتن و همین و تمام اثر مارگریت دوراس|