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I was startled by the sound of a wild cry of pain, as prolonged as any death rattle.
A cat had just leaped at another cat's throat, at the foot of the shrubs bordering
the terrace — more precisely, under the table of the two diners I was watching.
When she saw me going away, she began crying, but didn't make a move. I went
out into the corridor. I was crying, too, by contamination. 4 I stayed in Spain with
Dorothea until the end of October. Xenie went back to France with Lazare.
I approached her; I saw that she was crying. I clasped her in my arms. She
refused to give me her lips. I asked her why she was crying. I thought, no one can
know her any less than I do. She answered, “No reason.” She burst out sobbing.
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LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - Kristelh - LibraryThing
A nihilist novel by Georges Bataille, Blue of Noon, is set during the Spanish Civil War and the early years of Nazi movement. The protagonist, Henri Timmermann is a sick man (physically and ... Leer comentario completo
LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - amerynth - LibraryThing
While I didn't actually hate Georges Bataille's "Blue of Noon," I really didn't get it either. This supposed to be a novel that used eroticism to show how sex, violence and power is intertwined and ... Leer comentario completo
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