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Azbuka Popular Foreign Fiction and Classics (Russian translations) Frantsuzskii roman
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'Un roman français' is an autobiographical novel written by Frederic Beigbeder. The idea for the novel came to him in 2008 when he was being detained at a police station in paris, after having taken cocaine outside a nightclub in the city. In order to try and escape a feeling of claustrophobia in his cell, Beigbeder found refuge in thoughts about his childhood, despite believing that he had forgotten most of his early memories. After having previously written novels based in America and in Russia, here Beigbeder returns to his roots in order to create a real 'roman français'.
|Series||Azbuka Popular Foreign Fiction and Classics (Russian translations)||Title||Frantsuzskii roman|
|Publication Date||September 2013||Authors||Frédéric Beigbeder|
|Inspection Copy||No||Delivery||Limited Stock|
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