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Paris in My Springtime (Anglais) Relié – 25 juillet 2002

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The humour and the pathos, the drama and the scenery are all there and the cast of crazy characters lined up for allocation. This book has been my evening companion for a week or two because it is a dish to be savoured slowly, not gulped down at speed. I shall miss it dreadfully.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 An affectionate look at the French way of thinking 12 avril 2014
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The author is a British doctor and writer. In his first year of medical school he contracted hepatitis and was forced to stay out of college for a year. A professor arranged for a job in Paris so that he could perfect his French. The job was short-lived and he spent the remainder of his time in France as a part-time English instructor. The journal he kept during the year is the basis for this book.

While living in Paris he spent a great deal of time in cafes observing life. He fell in love with a much-older, very married French woman. And he met many unusual people (French, English and American) and heard their life stories.Telling the nationalities apart is simple. The French are all wise, witty and happy because they KNOW HOW TO LIVE LIFE. The English are dour and naive. The Americans are either fat, obnoxious tourists (the norm) or wealthy, slightly shady eccentrics.

The author has lived in Paris part-time for years. He admires the French and their way of life and probably has as much insight into their way of thinking as is possible for a foreigner. The book doesn't read like a journal and I'm hard pressed to believe that so many older people would confide their inner-most thoughts to a teenager or that an 18-year-old boy would listen if they did. But I could be wrong and (as one of the characters says) "if you aren't sure whether or not a thing is true, it might as well BE true."

This is well-written and witty and will certainly be enjoyed by any reader who's interested in France and French culture
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Not usually my type of fare but this was very well done. 26 avril 2014
Par Eva M. Carlile - Publié sur
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No violence - the first plus.. I enjoyed the portrayal of the various people involved. I particularly liked the re-visit, at the end, of those involved, where possible. Coleman didn't resort to the current faddish things like, "She tucked the strand of hair behind her ear.", He didn't have anyone met in the boarding/deplaning area at the airport, which area has not been accessible to non-ticket holders for a very long time. The absence of all the over-used phrases was refreshing. Coleman's Mom was right - keeping a journal of that time was well worth it.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 The Lives of Youth 3 juin 2014
Par Cindy P. Trobaugh - Publié sur
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I am a dreamer, and the main character in this book could have been a dream of mine. It could have been a true story--that I don't know. But I like to think that it might have been. So it is not a great book, but it is a decent story of an era that really interests me.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Lighthearted 'faction' 1 mai 2014
Par Madeline - Publié sur
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I enjoyed this true-but-guess-which-parts-aren't memoir thoroughly. I found myself very envious of the writer, that he had such an unusual opportunity (in those days gap years weren't de rigueur) and if nothing else, produced this happy read because of it.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Every character is nicely drawn, and each cafe and street is sketched ... 23 août 2014
Par Colin J. Clarke - Publié sur
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Paris in my Springtime is a well written, light hearted, more-or-less autobiographical account of the author's first adventure when, as a young Englishman, he spends a year or so in Paris before going on to Med School. I say more-or-less because the author says that most of what he has written is factual, and we readers have to decide what may be merely colorful additions to the story. Every character is nicely drawn, and each cafe and street is sketched in detail. As one who has visited Paris several times, I could walk the streets with the author, and smile and nod at the sights and sounds, the people watching, the death defying antics of pedestrians and the "frenchness" of those with whom he was closely associated at one level or another. More than once, my smiles became laugh out loud pleasure as I became absorbed in the story. This book is an easy read, and I can recommend it to all who love Paris and want a feel for Parisian life in the 1960s and 1970s, although I must quickly add that not a lot has changed in the "frenchness" between then and when I was last there in the Summer of 2014. I was sad when I turned the final page of Paris in my Springtime - as if I was leaving the City of Light, rather than simply putting down the book. :-)
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