Un appartement à Paris

May 10, 2018

• Title (English) : An apartment in Paris
• Author : Guillaume Musso
• Collection : BEST
• Pages : 544 Sheet
• ISBN-10 : 2266285025
• ISBN-13 : 978-2266285025
• Product Dimensions: 10,6 x 3,2 x 17,5 cm
• Format Kindle : e-Book, Docx and MOBI
• Price : 8,10 FREE !!!
• Rating : ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 8/10

Description : “The book of maturity and daring.” Bernard Lehut – RTL Paris, an artist’s studio at the end of a green alley.
Madeline, a former London cop, has come to heal her wounds.
Gaspard, a misanthropic author, praised him for writing in solitude.
As a result of a mistake, these two skinned alive are forced to cohabit for some time.
In the studio, where still hangs the ghost of the former owner, Madeline and Gaspard will reveal a terrifying secret.
And this chilling discovery will force them to face their own demons in a dizzying investigation that will change them forever.

“An extraordinary thriller.” Pierre Lescure – “C to you”, France 5

“The finale is once again admiring the imagination of this extraordinary novelist.” Bernard Thomasson – France Info

“The tension and the feelings balance each other, and provide a pleasant vertigo.” Grégoire Delacourt

“An apartment in Paris deserves the status of thriller and reveals a new nuance of his imagination.As a painting, a novel is made of layers.Musso knows it better than anyone and he excels in painting with a knife.” Pierre Vavasseur – The Parisian

“A plot that keeps you going to the last page.” Marina Carrère d’Encausse – France 5

“Addictive.” Emmanuelle Binet – Marie Claire”

Authors biography
“Translated into 41 languages, several times adapted to the cinema, Guillaume Musso is the most read contemporary French author.
Passionate about literature since childhood, he began to write while a student. Published in 2004, his novel Et après … is sold to more than two million copies. This incredible meeting with the readers, confirmed by the immense success of all his later novels, makes him one of the favorite French authors of the general public.”


Un appartement à Paris
🛑 Genre :_Fiction⏱ Release Date :_2017-03-30

Author

-Guillaume Musso-

ISBN_13

-9782845639751-

ISBN_10

-2845639759-

Pages

-484-

ID Number

-g_I_DgAAQBAJ-

Description : « L’art est un mensonge qui dit la vérité… » Paris, un atelier d’artiste caché au fond d’une allée verdoyante. Madeline l’a loué pour s’y reposer et s’isoler. À la suite d’une méprise, cette jeune flic londonienne y voit débarquer Gaspard, un écrivain misanthrope venu des États-Unis pour écrire dans la solitude. Ces deux écorchés vifs sont contraints de cohabiter quelques jours. L’atelier a appartenu au célèbre peintre Sean Lorenz et respire encore sa passion des couleurs et de la lumière. Terrassé par l’assassinat de son petit garçon, Lorenz est mort un an auparavant, laissant derrière lui trois tableaux, aujourd’hui disparus. Fascinés par son génie, intrigués par son destin funeste, Madeline et Gaspard décident d’unir leurs forces afin de retrouver ces toiles réputées extraordinaires. Mais, pour percer le véritable secret de Sean Lorenz, ils vont devoir affronter leurs propres démons dans une enquête tragique qui les changera à jamais. Guillaume Musso signe un thriller addictif et envoûtant porté par des personnages profondément humains. Une plongée vertigineuse dans le monde mystérieux de la création. « Techniquement maîtrisé, narrativement efficace, ce page turner s’inscrit dans la lignée de Harlan Coben et de Jesse Kellerman. » Michel Dufranne – RTBF « Une intrigue qui vous tient en haleine jusqu’à la dernière page. » Marina Carrère d’Encausse – France 5 "Un appartement à Paris" written by Guillaume Musso with ISBN_13 9782845639751 and ISBN_10 2845639759 with total page sheets [-484-]. Category 'Fiction' with reference number g_I_DgAAQBAJ published XO Éditions |2017-03-30|."


UN APPARTEMENT A PARIS DE GUILLAUME MUSSO (ANALYSE DE L'OEUVRE);COMPRENDRE LA LITTERATURE AVEC LEPETITLITTERAIRE. FR
🛑 Genre :_⏱ Release Date :_

Author

-MARIANNE COCHE; LEPETITLITTERAIRE.FR.-

ISBN_13

-9782808014366-

ISBN_10

-2808014368-

Pages

-233-

ID Number

-oX9_DwAAQBAJ-

Description : "UN APPARTEMENT A PARIS DE GUILLAUME MUSSO (ANALYSE DE L'OEUVRE);COMPRENDRE LA LITTERATURE AVEC LEPETITLITTERAIRE. FR" written by MARIANNE COCHE; LEPETITLITTERAIRE.FR. with ISBN_13 9782808014366 and ISBN_10 2808014368 with total page sheets [-233-]. Category '' with reference number oX9_DwAAQBAJ published lePetitLitteraire.fr ||."


Selling Paris
🛑 Genre :_Business & Economics⏱ Release Date :_2015-10-06

Author

-Alexia M. Yates-

ISBN_13

-9780674088214-

ISBN_10

-0674088212-

Pages

-353-

ID Number

-pK_SCgAAQBAJ-

Description : Besieged during the Franco-Prussian War, its buildings damaged, its finances mired in debt, Paris was a city in crisis. Alexia Yates chronicles the private actors and networks, practices and politics, that spurred the largest building boom of the nineteenth century, turning city-making into big business in the French capital. "Selling Paris" written by Alexia M. Yates with ISBN_13 9780674088214 and ISBN_10 0674088212 with total page sheets [-353-]. Category 'Business & Economics' with reference number pK_SCgAAQBAJ published Harvard University Press |2015-10-06|."


Taking Shape
🛑 Genre :_Art⏱ Release Date :_2009

Author

-Katie Scott-

ISBN_13

-0892369639-

ISBN_10

-9780892369638-

Pages

-209-

ID Number

-oQ22iXzNMJoC-

Description : "This exhibition challenges the reasons why sculpture is usually considered alone, in the gallery, and the decorative arts are considered as part of a period setting. It suggests that by breaking away from these conventional categories we can see how sculpture is also part of a spatial conversation, and how furniture and fittings can be appreciated as unique works." "With five original essays and forty complete catalogue entries, this publication both documents an exhibition and goes beyond it, opening our eyes to the fluidity of formal language in the 'long' eighteenth century, and to the ways in which objects can change according to whether they are seen together or apart, as mobile or fixed, as two- or three-dimensional, as ideal or as functional." --Book Jacket. "Taking Shape" written by Katie Scott with ISBN_13 0892369639 and ISBN_10 9780892369638 with total page sheets [-209-]. Category 'Art' with reference number oQ22iXzNMJoC published Getty Publications |2009|."


Illuminated Paris
🛑 Genre :_Art, Modern⏱ Release Date :_2019-05-08

Author

-Hollis Clayson-

ISBN_13

-9780226593869-

ISBN_10

-022659386X-

Pages

-320-

ID Number

-KfCIDwAAQBAJ-

Description : The City of Light. For many, these four words instantly conjure late nineteenth-century Paris and the garish colors of Toulouse-Lautrec's iconic posters. More recently, the Eiffel Tower's nightly show of sparkling electric lights has come to exemplify our fantasies of Parisian nightlife. Though we reflect longingly on such scenes, in Illuminated Paris, Hollis Clayson shows that there's more to these clichés than meets the eye. In this richly illustrated book, she traces the dramatic evolution of lighting in Paris and how artists responded to the shifting visual and cultural scenes that resulted from these technologies. While older gas lighting produced a haze of orange, new electric lighting was hardly an improvement: the glare of experimental arc lights--themselves dangerous--left figures looking pale and ghoulish. As Clayson shows, artists' representations of these new colors and shapes reveal turn-of-the-century concerns about modernization as electric lighting came to represent the harsh glare of rapidly accelerating social change. At the same time, in part thanks to American artists visiting the city, these works of art also produced our enduring romantic view of Parisian glamour and its Belle Époque. "Illuminated Paris" written by Hollis Clayson with ISBN_13 9780226593869 and ISBN_10 022659386X with total page sheets [-320-]. Category 'Art, Modern' with reference number KfCIDwAAQBAJ published no defined |2019-05-08|."


Polygraphies
🛑 Genre :_Literary Criticism⏱ Release Date :_2012-08-30

Author

-Alison Rice-

ISBN_13

-9780813932934-

ISBN_10

-0813932939-

Pages

-256-

ID Number

-PPVYTgmzStcC-

Description : Coinciding with the fiftieth anniversary of Algeria's independence, Polygraphies is significant and timely in its focus on autobiographical writings by seven of the most prominent francophone women writers from Algeria today, including Maïssa Bey, Hélène Cixous, Assia Djebar, and Malika Mokeddem. These authors witnessed both the "before" and "after" of the colonial experience in their land, and their fictional and theoretical texts testify to the lasting impact of this history. From a variety of personal perspectives and backgrounds, each writer addresses linguistic, religious, and racial issues of crucial contemporary importance in Algeria. Alison Rice engages their work from a range of disciplines, striving both to heighten our sensitivity to the plurality inherent in their texts and to move beyond a true/false dichotomy to a wealth of possible truths, all communicated in writing. "Polygraphies" written by Alison Rice with ISBN_13 9780813932934 and ISBN_10 0813932939 with total page sheets [-256-]. Category 'Literary Criticism' with reference number PPVYTgmzStcC published University of Virginia Press |2012-08-30|."


French Orientalism
🛑 Genre :_Literary Criticism⏱ Release Date :_2010-07-12

Author

-Desmond Hosford-

ISBN_13

-9781443823449-

ISBN_10

-1443823449-

Pages

-275-

ID Number

-m1saBwAAQBAJ-

Description : In 1798, Napoléon I launched his Egyptian Campaign and opened what has become recognized as the canonic period of French Orientalism, which extends from the late eighteenth through the early twentieth century. As defined by Edward W. Said (Orientalism, 1978), Orientalism is intrinsically Eurocentric and places the Orient in opposition to the European West as the quintessentially foreign Other. In this sense, the Occident supposedly defines itself by gazing at the East as its inverse image and purportedly asserts a geopolitical dominance materially confirmed through imperialism and colonization. Although Europe may cast the Orient as the archetypal Other, this necessarily entails deep conflict since the Orient is also frequently posited as the source of Western civilization, which prohibits the articulation of a complete separation between Europe and the Orient. Nevertheless, according to French Orientalist discourse, the East had fallen into barbarism, inertia, and languished, awaiting the mission civilisatrice by which France undertook a heroic project of universal enlightenment. The canonic approach to Orientalism has drawn much criticism, which calls for re-examining the notion of French Orientalism, broadening the scope of enquiry, and exploring the history and ideological strategies behind French formulations of the Orient from the Middle Ages through the twenty-first century. Such an expanded field of investigation reveals that the canonic Orientalist paradigm is not universally applicable, particularly regarding material from before the late eighteenth century. New theoretical, literary, historical, philosophical, and cultural perspectives provide the opportunity to deploy, question, subvert, and resituate canonic Orientalist theories, revealing the continuing evolution and relevance of French Orientalism as a notion with global stakes and material consequences. Because of its broad scope and variety of theoretical approaches, this volume will interest scholars and students from a wide spectrum of disciplines, including literature, gender studies, history, theater, art history, music, cinema, and cultural studies. "French Orientalism" written by Desmond Hosford with ISBN_13 9781443823449 and ISBN_10 1443823449 with total page sheets [-275-]. Category 'Literary Criticism' with reference number m1saBwAAQBAJ published Cambridge Scholars Publishing |2010-07-12|."


Le Logement social à Paris 1850-1930
🛑 Genre :_Apartment houses⏱ Release Date :_1991

Author

-Marie-Jeanne Dumont-

ISBN_13

-2870093497-

ISBN_10

-9782870093498-

Pages

-192-

ID Number

-ZkRQKdqK-PoC-

Description : "Le Logement social à Paris 1850-1930" written by Marie-Jeanne Dumont with ISBN_13 2870093497 and ISBN_10 9782870093498 with total page sheets [-192-]. Category 'Apartment houses' with reference number ZkRQKdqK-PoC published Editions Mardaga |1991|."


Paris and Its Environs
🛑 Genre :_Paris (France)⏱ Release Date :_1831

Author

-Augustus Pugin-

ISBN_13

-COLUMBIA:2004015690-

ISBN_10

--

Pages

-202-

ID Number

-sw9FAAAAYAAJ-

Description : "Paris and Its Environs" written by Augustus Pugin with ISBN_13 COLUMBIA:2004015690 and ISBN_10 with total page sheets [-202-]. Category 'Paris (France)' with reference number sw9FAAAAYAAJ published no defined |1831|."


Journal de Paris
🛑 Genre :_⏱ Release Date :_1820

Author

-no defined-

ISBN_13

-BML:37001103320466-

ISBN_10

--

Pages

-233-

ID Number

-yuE5ZGvi7v0C-

Description : "Journal de Paris" written by no defined with ISBN_13 BML:37001103320466 and ISBN_10 with total page sheets [-233-]. Category '' with reference number yuE5ZGvi7v0C published no defined |1820|."


Dictionaire des Théatres de Paris...
🛑 Genre :_⏱ Release Date :_1756
📜 6 Reader

Author

-no defined-

ISBN_13

-BDM:13020100031694-

ISBN_10

--

Pages

-233-

ID Number

-uujq-zUrdsgC-

Description : "Dictionaire des Théatres de Paris..." written by no defined with ISBN_13 BDM:13020100031694 and ISBN_10 with total page sheets [-233-]. Category '' with reference number uujq-zUrdsgC published no defined |1756|."


Expo 2 Vert Pupil Book
🛑 Genre :_French language⏱ Release Date :_2004

Author

-Jon Meier-

ISBN_13

-0435385577-

ISBN_10

-9780435385576-

Pages

-157-

ID Number

-O5PGED8x0WgC-

Description : This pupil's book offers a communicative approach to French, underpinned by a clear grammatical foundation, for the less able student. Simple explanations of the way the language works should develop pupils' use and understanding of French, and are accompanied by regular practice activities. "Expo 2 Vert Pupil Book" written by Jon Meier with ISBN_13 0435385577 and ISBN_10 9780435385576 with total page sheets [-157-]. Category 'French language' with reference number O5PGED8x0WgC published Heinemann |2004|."