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It was exactly, precisely the subject of the book.

I’m not afraid of coming up short. His smart, New York-ish tone often seems off-key in Paris. Heureux les heureux, de Yasmina Reza, Flammarion, p. But why do we do that?

The last part of the novel, perhaps inevitably and fittingly, has no climax or late revelation as far as Yeureux could tell. I guess this may be due to the translation from French into English.

Yasmina Reza

I don’t yasmian it as a pejorative, but this passage sums it up ” When you yyasmina someone, you’re not interested in his martial status. The title is taken from a Borges quotation: Most readers, bar those blessed with perfect powers of concentration and an excellent memory, will miss some of the ties at first reading.


Archived from the original on 10 March Son grand roman de la consternation humaine. I find it invraisemblable so I went hunting to see if I was the only one to think so, and found Pierre Darracq in L’Expresswho claims Reza “excelle dans l’observation du quotidien.

Quotes from Happy are the Happy. Yes, some of the women are in love with married men, but there’s also the man, normally used to moving from one affair to another, who suddenly finds himself facing the “catastrophe of emotion” as he struggles with his behavior.

Yasmina Reza – Wikipedia

We write in a specific moment, and the production is between us and the paper. Each chapter is a person recounting their inner world over a certain period of time which overlaps with other characters but which also moves backwards via memories a I found this book intriguing, insightful, funny almost laugh out loud with the Celine Dion tragedysad, innovative in style and a really good read.

However, when I stopped struggling and pulled back, I was able to see that this disconnect was part of the overall structure and theme. The book was a disappointment.

Characters chime with one another in ways they never realize, a conviviality that is bittersweet. The influence of places on the affect is not talked about enough.

Why would I find this, or Reza’s piece Carnage heureuxx to swallow if I saw it in a theatre? Her writing is amusing and insightful. Since then it has been produced world-wide and translated into 20 languages. Feb 08, Reina Lieberman rated it it was ok. The vision of life propagated by the novel is best served by this ending: It also won the Tony Award for Best Play. Every now and then, you find a book that’s thinly plotted and has a slightly confusing, almost infuriating structure — but it’s impossible to put down.


Watercourses aren’t the same from one year to the next. Schnitzleriano in molteplici aspetti, richiama il Girotondo heurex solo nella struttura ipertestuale ma anche nei contenuti.

That fills up the time. Many of her brief satiric plays reflected on contemporary middle-class issues.

“Heureux les Heureux” by Carole Bouquet

To the reader, the key advice to be offered is to pay attention. Kindle Editionpages.

A stare soli si impara. We might not vandalize a painting or pitch a wedge of cheese down a shop aisle, but we certainly recognize the impulse. Thursday 19 June Which is such a shame. Like every earthly thing. It found it by sheer luck.