Rouaud, Jean

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Of Illustrious Men
A Novel
By Jean Rouaud
(Arcade Publishing)
Hailed as a masterpiece, Jean Rouaud’s first novel, Fields of Glory, was awarded France’s most prestigious literary prize, the Prix Goncourt, and sold over a million copies worldwide. Of Illustrious Men establishes as fact what the first novel promised—that Rouaud is a writer of remarkable power, subtlety,... [READ MORE]
The World More or Less
A Novel
By Jean Rouaud
(Arcade Publishing)
A haunting story about growing up by acclaimed French author Jean Rouaud. As a young man, the writer is myopic, dreamy, lonely, grieving the deaths of his father and grandfather and seeking to bring the confusions of adolescence into focus. Sharing his more-or-less world are Theo and Gyf, lover and friend,... [READ MORE]
Of Illustrious Men
By Jean Rouaud
(Arcade Publishing)
Hailed as a masterpiece, Jean Rouaud’s first novel, Fields of Glory, was awarded France’s most prestigious literary prize, the Prix Goncourt, and sold over a million copies worldwide. Of Illustrious Men establishes as fact what the first novel promised—that Rouaud is a writer of remarkable power, subtlety,... [READ MORE]
Fields of Glory
A Novel
By Jean Rouaud
(Arcade Publishing)
Winner of the Prix Goncourt A New York Times Notable Book of the YearThe setting may be the rainy lower Loire Valley of the 1950s, but it is the WW I battlefields of Artois, Meuse, Lorraine, and Yser that form the emotional backdrop to this poignant testament to the vitality of life that death cannot... [READ MORE]
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