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  1. says:

    Je crus mourir de honte Il va sans dire ue j'avais beaucoup d'illusions car si on pouvait mourir de honte il y a longtemps ue l'humanité ne serait plus là I wonder if that hasn't happened to the world? Has the kind of human being who is still capable of feeling and dying of shame been pushed aside to the benefit of another vulgar and therefore stronger breed that is completely shameless? Romain Gary suffered from a

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    This was not the first time I've read a memoir written by a man where the story revolves not only around himself but also around his mother I still remember reading Nicholas Gage's Eleni where I had the urge to go to Greece and visit the grave of Eleni Mr Gage's mother Frank McCourt's mother wasn't dead yet at the end of Angela's Ashes but the story was well crafted and she was so heroic there that I wasted no time fi

  3. says:

    Helen’s face may have launched a thousand ships in the Iliad but Roman Gary’s mother takes the prize for launching and t

  4. says:

    At first I thought I had never read anything like it but after a while parallels began to suggest themselves For effortless brilliance and endless streams of believe it or not anecdotes I thought of Surely You're Joking Mr Feynman; but Feynman despite being a wonderful storyteller isn't literary and Gary is with good reason proud of his ability to create perfectly balanced French sentences Feyerabend's Killing Time has the same

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    Gary was enchanting as a man a real 'poseur' as they say in French and as a writer and nothing can put you under his spell than this autobiography The novel is focussed on the impressive but also suffocating figure of his mother who sacrificed her life for him getting her family out of Soviet occupied Latvia and building up a new life in France But she also continually drove him beyond the limit at least that is what this book s

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    I read this or less alongside to Nabokov’s The Real Life of Sebastian Knight There are some obvious parallels between the two writers or may be the situation since both were Russians who left soon after the 1917 revolution where fifteen years apart Gary was the younger and who then wrote in the language of the country countries where the

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    The main thing that remained in my memory is what Romain Gary said about his mother love to him when you grow up with love

  8. says:

    I'm so glad that I finally got to read this book One of the best books I've read this year and who knows maybe in my life

  9. says:

    Funny lots of self mockery at times moving fast paced interesting And beautiful style What's not to like?

  10. says:

    This is a memoir written by Romain Gary and is also a book from the 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die Mr Gary wrote this memoir as a tribute to his mother Romain Gary is of Jewish and Russian origin became a French citizen He is the only son of his mother he never knew who is father was and she raised him single handedly and single mi

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La Promesse de l'aube

Hàn những chuyến phiêu lưu ua từng trận chiến ở Pháp Anh Ethiopie Syrie và châu Phi Xích đạo tất cả đều mang đậm dấu ấn tình yêu lớn nhất đời ông tình yêu với người mẹ viển vông lý tưởng chủ nghĩa si mê nước Pháp vừa dũng cảm tuyệt vời lại vừa dại dột nguồn g. I read this or less alongside to Nabokov s The Real Life of Sebastian Knight There are some obvious parallels between the two writers or may be the situation since both were Russians who left soon after the 1917 revolution where fifteen years apart Gary was the younger and who then wrote in the language of the country countries where they livednationalized And in both books we are presented with some sort of biographical account Nabokov s is a literary unveiling of the trappings of this genre while Gary s is presented at face value There the similarities end Gary s is a true to life memoir of his youth under the persistent guidance of an utterly devoted mother The book is really an homage to her She was unmarried and Gary provides just a little information about his father married and with children on his side This further supports the strength and determination of the woman of Jewish origins We follow Gary as they moved to Poland first in Vilnius and then in Warsaw until they can finally move to France to the Provence coast Gary grew under the hammering conviction that La France was the greatest of all countries the model of civility for the rest of the world We are therefore far away from the world of cynical Nabokov For a tenderness and unuestioned love permeates the pages of this book Granted this ever loving and admiring mother at times became oppressive to a male youth embarrassing him in front of neighbours or worse in front of military companions with the uncontrolled emanation of praise for her dear and incomparable son But Gary never doubts the bottomless love from her mother which does succeed in guiding him through his difficult life She was indeed a promise at dawn for himOne memorable aspect is that as Gary was choosing the paths in his life he says that behind all his strivings to grow under and develop within one of the arts and he had a hand in music in painting in dancing until finally writing paved his way there was always a moral goal Behind his aesthetic longings there was always the ingrained belief that through art or may be behind the art there was the aspiration of a better and just world a happier one He was an idealist What surprised me and made me rethink about my earlier impression of his La vie devant soi view spoiler A book that he published under a pseudonym mile Ajar and which brought him a second Goncourt prize in theory this prize can be given only once to a single author It was not after his suicide and the note he left that the identity behind the Ajar authorship was revealed hide spoiler The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory read this or less alongside to Nabokov s The Real Life of Sebastian Knight There are some obvious parallels between the two writers or may be the situation since both were Russians who left soon after the 1917 The Big Golden Book of Poetry revolution where fifteen years apart Gary was the younger and who then wrote in the language of the country countries where they livednationalized And in both books we are presented with some sort of biographical account Nabokov s is a literary unveiling of the trappings of this genre while Gary s is presented at face value There the similarities end Gary s is a true to life memoir of his youth under the persistent guidance of an utterly devoted mother The book is Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, rest of the world We are therefore far away from the world of cynical Nabokov For a tenderness and unuestioned love permeates the pages of this book Granted this ever loving and admiring mother at times became oppressive to a male youth embarrassing him in front of neighbours or worse in front of military companions with the uncontrolled emanation of praise for her dear and incomparable son But Gary never doubts the bottomless love from her mother which does succeed in guiding him through his difficult life She was indeed a promise at dawn for himOne memorable aspect is that as Gary was choosing the paths in his life he says that behind all his strivings to grow under and develop within one of the arts and he had a hand in music in painting in dancing until finally writing paved his way there was always a moral goal Behind his aesthetic longings there was always the ingrained belief that through art or may be behind the art there was the aspiration of a better and just world a happier one He was an idealist What surprised me and made me Homewrecker revealed hide spoiler

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ốc của những tình huống hài hước kỳ diệu cũng như những khoảnh khắc yêu thương mãnh liệt trong đời ông góp phần làm nên một sự nghiệp ngoại giao vinh uang và mang lại cho thế giới một nhà văn tài hoaPhỏng theo thể loại tự sự nhưng lại không phải một tác phẩm tự s?. Funny lots of self mockery at times moving fast paced interesting And beautiful style What s not to like

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Lời hứa lúc bình minh là câu chuyện dài kể về tuổi thơ và phần lớn cuộc đời của Romain Gary tác giả từng hai lần đạt giải Goncourt một trong những cây bút xuất sắc nhất của văn học Pháp thế kỷ XX Những năm tháng ở Nga Ba Lan rồi Nice những uãng đời giàu sang và bần. Helen s face may have launched a thousand ships in the Iliad but Roman Gary s mother takes the prize for launching and totally shaping her son s dramatic life The successes of Gary s career a prize winning novelist an officer who was brave against the enemies of France in WW2 and a diplomat for the French government were all worked out from early childhood through collusion with her ambitious fantasies for his fate She outdoes the grip of McCourt s mom his development in Angela s Ashes and is persistently indelible than Jeanette Wells mother in The Glass Castle Yet here we get a prolonged testament of the beneficence of her love through his life which puts it in league with the positive testament of McBride s The Color of Water A Black Man s Tribute to His White Mother The tradeoff for Gary comes in the discovery much later of not being able to achieve a comparable nurturing and inspiration through love relationships as a mature adult You can t help looking for the psychopathology in this bond but often I was swept along with the sentimental and heroic aspects of the story We start with him in his 40s inexplicably on a beach in Big Sur California about 1960 where he dwells on his sense of isolation and seeking the womb like balm he often gets from the sea He can t help recognizing the void in his life with the loss of his mother Mina during the war From as early as he can remember it was just her and him starting with an early impoverished childhood in Vilnius then part of the Soviet Union his Jewish father having abandoned them Her past as a minor actress in Moscow gives her the imagination for a better life for her son She works her way up from menial jobs to a certain level of success running a consignment shop and then after a move to Warsaw the development of a store selling fake Paris fashions The lure of France becomes big for both of them and soon her approach to bankruptcy after expensive treatments of Romain s kidney disease leads them to gamble on a move to Nice She makes enough with a lot of sacrifice to get him a Catholic education It was painful for me to experience her working out her dreams of a brilliant future for him in one sphere after another first in music then in dance and painting after that in each case resulting in a thumb down verdict by his teachers and tutors about any special talents Finally his reading of so much Romantic literature at an early age leads them to settle on writing which for Mina is on the track toward a Nobel Prize in literature Romain develops the good habits of a writer but doesn t exactly rise like a rocket In the meantime he goes off to law school out of secondary school consistent with another dream they cook up for him to eventually become a French ambassador The approach of war leads them next to pursue officers training school which aligns with a state department ambition as well as serving their beloved new nation Romain spends uite a bit of time defending this case of a mother and son living through and for each other as wholesome and not a reflection of various Freudian complexes Yet is first experience of sex in his early teens with a charming housemaid leads her to a searing judgement Mother or no mother there will never be another woman to love you the way she does That s God s honest truth It was But I didn t know it then It was only after my fortieth winter that I began to understand It was wrong to have been loved so much so young so early you thus acuire a bad habit the worst habit there is the habit of being lovedYou believe that it will always be there around you that the world owes it to you and you keep looking thirsting summoning until you find yourself with only your brother the ocean able to understand your heart In your mother s love life makes you a promise at the dawn of life that it will never keep You will go hungry to the end of your daysDespite this smothery theme there was a lot of fun and vibrant life in Gary s portrayal of scenes from his life along the way rendered alternatingly in poignant or comic tones His helping his mother to make income his learning to deal with bullies at school his inspiration from mentors of his mind and writing and his dogged persistence in getting through the rigors and cruelty of aviation training school Then his separation from home to go to war proudly in a bomber suadron followed soon by abject despair and a sense of betrayal over France s surrender to Hitler and then a succumbing to the call by de Gaulle in exile in England to flee and fight on first in Morocco and then with the Allies from a base in England Only 5 of 50 in his group of foreign exiles survived the war He kept up his writing and published his first novel by the end of the war After the war in parallel to his work in the diplomatic corps his writing of a range of novels earned him two Prix Concourt awards Roots of Heaven 1958 The Life Before Us 1975 both of which were made into films Gary s use of humor makes his memoirs a special treat ranging from slapstick and low humor on one end to refined self mockery and satirical lashings of humans in general on the other Beyond the frame of this book Gary got divorced from his first wife and soon married the talented and troubled actress Jean Seberg with whom he had a son He got involved in Hollywood scriptwriting eg The Longest Day as well as adaptations of his own book Wiki surprises me by informing me that Gary challenged Clint Eastwood to a duel for having an affair with his wife She committed suicide in France in 1979 and he did so a year later leaving a note that claimed a lack of connection to his choice Success in his life I guess did not guarantee a durable happiness His talent in telling a story well lives on Dictionary Of Dreams rồi Nice những uãng đời giàu sang và bần. Helen s face may have launched a thousand ships in the Iliad but Roman Gary s mother takes the prize for launching and totally shaping her son s dramatic life The successes of Gary s career a prize winning novelist an officer who was brave against the enemies of France in WW2 and a diplomat for the French government were all worked out from early childhood through collusion with her ambitious fantasies for his fate She outdoes the grip of McCourt s mom his development in Angela s Ashes and is persistently indelible than Jeanette Wells mother in The Glass Castle Yet here we get a prolonged testament of the beneficence of her love through his life which puts it in league with the positive testament of McBride s The Color of Water A Black Man s Tribute to His White Mother The tradeoff for Gary comes in the discovery much later of not being able to achieve a comparable nurturing and inspiration through love The Love of a Latino relationships as a mature adult You can t help looking for the psychopathology in this bond but often I was swept along with the sentimental and heroic aspects of the story We start with him in his 40s inexplicably on a beach in Big Sur California about 1960 where he dwells on his sense of isolation and seeking the womb like balm he often gets from the sea He can t help Other Days, Other Eyes recognizing the void in his life with the loss of his mother Mina during the war From as early as he can Deception Island remember it was just her and him starting with an early impoverished childhood in Vilnius then part of the Soviet Union his Jewish father having abandoned them Her past as a minor actress in Moscow gives her the imagination for a better life for her son She works her way up from menial jobs to a certain level of success The Family running a consignment shop and then after a move to Warsaw the development of a store selling fake Paris fashions The lure of France becomes big for both of them and soon her approach to bankruptcy after expensive treatments of Romain s kidney disease leads them to gamble on a move to Nice She makes enough with a lot of sacrifice to get him a Catholic education It was painful for me to experience her working out her dreams of a brilliant future for him in one sphere after another first in music then in dance and painting after that in each case The First Partition of Poland resulting in a thumb down verdict by his teachers and tutors about any special talents Finally his The Hero of Varay reading of so much Romantic literature at an early age leads them to settle on writing which for Mina is on the track toward a Nobel Prize in literature Romain develops the good habits of a writer but doesn t exactly Blackmailed By Daddy rocket In the meantime he goes off to law school out of secondary school consistent with another dream they cook up for him to eventually become a French ambassador The approach of war leads them next to pursue officers training school which aligns with a state department ambition as well as serving their beloved new nation Romain spends uite a bit of time defending this case of a mother and son living through and for each other as wholesome and not a उरलं सुरलं [Urla Surla] reflection of various Freudian complexes Yet is first experience of sex in his early teens with a charming housemaid leads her to a searing judgement Mother or no mother there will never be another woman to love you the way she does That s God s honest truth It was But I didn t know it then It was only after my fortieth winter that I began to understand It was wrong to have been loved so much so young so early you thus acuire a bad habit the worst habit there is the habit of being lovedYou believe that it will always be there around you that the world owes it to you and you keep looking thirsting summoning until you find yourself with only your brother the ocean able to understand your heart In your mother s love life makes you a promise at the dawn of life that it will never keep You will go hungry to the end of your daysDespite this smothery theme there was a lot of fun and vibrant life in Gary s portrayal of scenes from his life along the way Cock Tales rendered alternatingly in poignant or comic tones His helping his mother to make income his learning to deal with bullies at school his inspiration from mentors of his mind and writing and his dogged persistence in getting through the Son of the Hero rigors and cruelty of aviation training school Then his separation from home to go to war proudly in a bomber suadron followed soon by abject despair and a sense of betrayal over France s surrender to Hitler and then a succumbing to the call by de Gaulle in exile in England to flee and fight on first in Morocco and then with the Allies from a base in England Only 5 of 50 in his group of foreign exiles survived the war He kept up his writing and published his first novel by the end of the war After the war in parallel to his work in the diplomatic corps his writing of a The Alien Jigsaw range of novels earned him two Prix Concourt awards Roots of Heaven 1958 The Life Before Us 1975 both of which were made into films Gary s use of humor makes his memoirs a special treat Towards a Comprehensive Theory of Human Learning ranging from slapstick and low humor on one end to The Illusion of Gods Presence refined self mockery and satirical lashings of humans in general on the other Beyond the frame of this book Gary got divorced from his first wife and soon married the talented and troubled actress Jean Seberg with whom he had a son He got involved in Hollywood scriptwriting eg The Longest Day as well as adaptations of his own book Wiki surprises me by informing me that Gary challenged Clint Eastwood to a duel for having an affair with his wife She committed suicide in France in 1979 and he did so a year later leaving a note that claimed a lack of connection to his choice Success in his life I guess did not guarantee a durable happiness His talent in telling a story well lives on


About the Author: Romain Gary

Émile AjarBorn Roman Kacew Yiddish קצב Russian Кацев Romain Gary grew up in Vilnius to a family of Lithuanian Jews He changed his name to Romain Gary when he escaped occupied France to fight with Great Britain against Germany in WWII His father Arieh Leib Kacew abandoned his family in 1925 and remarried From this time Gary was raised by his mother Nina Owczinski When he was fourteen he and his mother moved to Nice France In his books and interviews he presented many different versions of his father's origin parents occupation and childhoodHe later studied law first in Aix en Provence and then in Paris He learned to pilot an aircraft in the French Air Force in Salon de Provence and in Avord Air Base near Bourges Following the Nazi occupation of France in World War II he fled to England and under Charles de Gaulle served with the Free French Forces in Europe and North Africa As a pilot he took part in over 25 successful offensives logging over 65 hours of air timeHe was greatly decorated for his bravery in the war receiving many medals and honoursAfter the war he worked in the French diplomatic service and in 1945 published his first novel He would become one of France's most popular and prolific writers authoring than thirty novels essays and memoirs some of which he wrote under the pseudonym of Émile Ajar He also wrote one novel under the pseudonym of Fosco Sinibaldi and another as Shatan BogatIn 1952 he became secretary of the French Delegation to the United Nations in New York and later in London in 1955In 1956 he became Consul General of France in Los AngelesHe is the only person to win the Prix Goncourt twice This prize for French language literature is awarded only once to an author Gary who had already received the prize in 1956 for Les racines du ciel published La vie devant soi under the pseudonym of Émile Ajar in 1975 The Académie Goncourt awarded the prize to the author of this book without knowing his real identity A period of literary intrigue followed Gary's little cousin Paul Pavlowitch posed as the author for a time Gary later revealed the truth in his posthumous book Vie et mort d'Émile AjarGary's first wife was the British writer journalist and Vogue editor Lesley Blanch author of The Wilder Shores of Love They married in 1944 and divorced in 1961 From 1962 to 1970 Gary was married to the American actress Jean Seberg with whom he had a son Alexandre Diego GaryHe also co wrote the screenplay for the motion picture The Longest Day and co wrote and directed the 1971 film Kill starring his now ex wife SebergSuffering from depression after Seberg's 1979 suicide Gary died of a self inflicted gunshot wound on December 2 1980 in Paris France though he left a note which said specifically that his death had no relation with Seberg's suicide