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Download Bord de mer ç PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¿ [Read] ➲ Bord de mer By Véronique Olmi – Gwairsoft.co.uk A single mother takes her two sons on a trip to the seaside They stay in a hotel drink hot chocolate and go to the funfair She wants to protect them from an uncaring and uncomprehending world She know ATizing look at an unhinged mind and the cold society that produced it With language as captivating as the story that unfolds Véroniue Olmi creates an intimate portrait of madness and despair that won't soon be forgott. I kept thinking about Sylvia Plath and her poetry as I read this novella mainly because of the twin parallels of bleakness and of the overwhelming inability of the protagonist to connect with the everyday world It’s an intensely personal examination of both paranoia and confrontation with an inevitable and heartbreaking plan of action How this is achieved is the major theme of ‘Beside the Sea’ a painful and compulsive narration of despair which begs to be read for its honest portrayal of a flawed individual who has finally run out of options and a sombre critiue on societal expectations and insecurities

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A single mother takes her two sons on a trip to the seaside They stay in Bord de Epuba hotel drink hot chocolate and go to the funfair She wants to protect them from an uncaring and uncomprehending world She knows that. What does it mean to be a motherDoes being able to have birth to Children means you have the right to have themHow stable I mean mentallyfinancially should the person be so that he could a babyWho determines who have the right to bring children to this worldAnd if you had the child who determines you can keep your child does the state have that rightor the social workerWhat does it mean to be so poor in developed stateWhat does it mean to be single mother in today world is it Is it really hard to raise children single handed or is it impossible I have so many uestions and uestions after reading this great novel which was published by peirene press Beside the Sea by veroniue Olmi translated by Adriana HunterIn the beginning of the novel we fallow our unnamed narrator as she escapes with her both kids from the to the seaThe city is unknownthe name of our female protagonist is unknown the town she is also headed to is also unnamed“ We took the bus the last bus at the evening so no one would see us” from the beginning of the novel we understand there is some thing wrong here why is she leaving at night why is she doesn’t want to be seenIn the next pages we our unnamed narrator with her two small children heading toward the sea and after arriving in the town she lost her way and“ I was almost alone with the Kids and the town became a mystery I did know which road to to take where to cross what would take us away and what would bring us closer nothing moved and the uieter it became the out of place we felt”We see her strangeness to the her inability to fathom or understand things around her or people “ whenever I go out I wonder where everyone’s going charging in every direction tramping up and down the streets some of them even make phone calls while they walk how can anyone be that busy”In the hotel our narrator tries to sleep like humans do but it seems ti be really hard for her even the normal sleep is challenge she has to go everyplace This is really amazing novel in many ways and it leaves with deep impressions that even after finishing it it still plays in your head But there is also a dark side to it I mean if you have the stomach of fallowing one person journey to abyss and have the stomach to you really should read it in one go so the pleasure and pain mixes together and leave you with highest experience everI wanna uote and uote so many beautiful prose I have seen there and we should also thank the translator as her translation was uite amazingly beautiful But just to convince you to discover this novel and this great publishing houseHere are some of my best uotes“ I wanted to get back to the night before that night without dreams or insomnia the one that detached me from myself I wanted to get back to that place with no threats that I’d fallen into but I’d lost it for good”“ It is really amazing novel that stays with you for a long to come

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Bord de merIt will be the last trip for her boys Beside the Sea is a haunting and thought provoking story about how a mother's love for her children can be dangerous than the dark world she is seeking to keep at bay It's a hypno.  Be WarnedThis little book should have a consumer's warning It is short it is compelling and it will take you to a place you never wanted to go Not in a hundred years especially if you are a parent or have ever struggled with depressionI am a great admirer of the translations published by the Peirene Press They are original in content and perfectly calibrated to their short novella length Sorbets between heavier courses In this belief I took a break between two of the large sections of Richard Power's towering Overstory hoping to cleanse the palateMistake There is nothing cleansing about this at all; it draws you deeper and deeper into the mud It is is a 100 page monologue by a woman who one evening piles her two boys 6 and 9 into a bus to take them to the seaside It is dark it is raining and the hotel is crummy—but still they are on an adventure; they are away Away from what Bit by bit we begin to ask uestions Is the mother fleeing an abusive relationship What does she do for money What are her plans after the storm tossed beach and the screaming fun fair Is she even entirely wellAs translated expertly by Adriana Hunter into a decidedly British idiom the novel simply can't be put down even as you come to fear both answers and outcome Really Olmi and Hunter together deserve the full five stars But I still wish I hadn't read it