• Title English : No and me
• Author : Delphine de Vigan
• Pages : 256 Sheets
• Publisher : Le Livre de Poche [The Pocket Book] (March 11, 2009)
• Collection : Littérature & Documents
• ISBN-10 : 225312480X
• ISBN-13 : 978-2253124801
• Product Dimensions : 10,8 x 1,3 x 17,1 cm
• Format Kindle : PDF, Epub, Docx and eBook
• Price : €
• Rating : ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 8/10
♦ Description : “She looked so young. At the same time it seemed to me that she really knew life, or rather that she knew something scary about life. D. V. Gifted teenager, Lou Bertignac dreams of love, observes people, collects words, multiplies domestic experiences and fanciful theories. Until the day she meets No, a girl barely older than her. No, his dirty clothes, his tired face, No whose loneliness and wandering question the world. To save her, Lou then embarks on a far-reaching experiment against fate.”
“Born March 1, 1966 in Boulogne-Billancourt, Delphine de Vigan is a French novelist multi-award winning for her many books. From an early age, Delphine falls in love with literature and already sees herself as an author. She enrolled at the Center for Literary and Applied Science. Her diploma in hand, she decides however not to make a career in the literary world since she works in a polling institute. Although she is a director, she makes the decision to tackle everything to fully live her passion for literature. In 2001, she published a first semi-autobiographical novel, Days Without Hunger, under the pseudonym Lou Delvig. This first step in the literature is a great success and confirms her desire to pursue a career in this field. In 2005, she published her second novel, The Pretty Boys, and a third novel, No Me, which earned her first awards: the Booksellers’ Prize and the Rotary Award. His novel is also adapted to the big screen. The success is not about to stop since in 2009 then in 2011, his novels The underground hours and Nothing is opposed to the night are both presupposed to receive the Prix Goncourt. In 2015, the novelist receives the Goncourt high school students’ prize and the Renaudot prize for her sixth novel, From a true story.
Delphine de Vigan is a French novelist. His first novel, “Days without hunger” was published in 2001 by Grasset editions under the pseudonym Lou Delvig. In 2007, “No and I” received the Booksellers’ Prize. This successful “moral novel” about a gifted teenager who helps a young homeless person has been awarded the 2009 Rotary International Award and the 2009 Booksellers’ Prize. It has been translated into 20 languages and an adaptation to the cinema a was produced by Zabou Breitman, film released in November 2010. In 2008, Delphine de Vigan participated in the publication of “Under the mantle,” a collection of erotic postcards of the roaring twenties. In 2009, she was awarded the “prize for the corporate novel,” awarded by two consulting firms (Place de la Médiation and Technologia) with the support of the then Minister of Labor Xavier Darcos, for his “Hours” underground “(Jean-Claude Lattès) who also won the readers’ prize of Corsica in 2010. The novel was adapted for Arte by Philippe Harel.
In 2011, she won the prize for the novel Fnac, the Prix Roman France Télévisions and the Renaudot Prize for high school students for “Nothing opposes the night,” as well as the Elle Elle readers’ prize. -Scenes Gilles Legrand’s film “You’ll be my son” with Niels Arestrup and Lorant Deutsch. In 2012, she signs the preface to the comic book of her sister Margot “Frangines, and it’s like that.” In 2015, she published a new novel “After a true story” crowned by the Renaudot Prize and the Prix Goncourt of high school students. The novel is adapted for cinema by Roman Polanski with Éva Green and Émmanuelle Seigner. A mother of two, she lives with the literary critic, François Busnel, a reporter and host of cultural radio and television programs.”