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Les Oranges ne sont pas les seuls fruits (Littérature étrangère)
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Witty acute fierce and celebratory Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal is a tough minded search for belonging for love identity home and a mother br br Jeanette Winterson s novels have established her as a major figure in world literature She has written some of the most admired books of the past few decades including her internationally bestselling first novel Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit the story of a young girl adopted by Pentecostal parents that is now often required reading in contemporary fiction br br Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal is a memoir about a life s work to find happiness It s a book full of stories about a girl locked out of her home sitting on the doorstep all night about a religious zealot disguised as a mother who has two sets of false teeth and a revolver in the dresser waiting for Armageddon about growing up in an north England industrial town now changed beyond recognition about the Universe as Cosmic Dustbin br br It is the story of how a painful past that Jeanette thought she d written over and repainted rose to haunt her sending her on a journey into madness and out again in search of her biological mother br br Witty acute fierce and celebratory Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal is a tough minded search for belonging for love identity home and a mother, i The PowerBook i is twenty first century fiction that uses past present and future as shifting dimensions of a multiple reality The story is simple An e writer called Ali or Alix will write to order anything you like provided that you are prepared to enter the story as yourself and take the risk of leaving it as someone else You can be the hero of your own life You can have freedom just for one night But there is a price to pay, Physics seems to have become the new language of love in the s and Jeanette Winterson is not the first writer to make a major character a physicist Jonathan Lethem mined similar territory earlier this year in his delightful book i As She Climbed Across the Table i and now Winterson enters the lists with not one but two physicists populating the pages of her equally wonderful book i Gut Symmetries i If you think about it physics i does i make a good metaphor for love encompassing as it does the principles of attraction the exchange of energy and unification At the center of this meditation on the intelligence of the universe and the stupidity of humankind are Jove a married physicist Alice a single physicist who becomes his mistress and Stella Jove s wife and later Alice s lover They meet on the i QE i and from there the three participants in the story take turns telling their versions of it p i Gut Symmetries i is a collage of memories snippets of scientific theory meditations on abstract concepts like truth and the events surrounding Jove Alice and Stella s affair This is a book that demands your attention jumping as it does from one seemingly tangential topic to another but whereas physics still seeks a grand unification theory GUT to explain how everything in the universe fits together Winterson actually finds one of her own in this satisfyingly complete fictional world p, The most beguilingly seductive novel to date from the author of The Passion and Sexing the Cherry Winterson chronicles the consuming affair between the narrator who is given neither name nor gender and the beloved a complex and confused married woman At once a love story and a philosophical meditation New York Times Book Review