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by Francis Chalifour

eBook Le Fils du pendu (French Edition) epub
  • ISBN: 0887767958
  • Author: Francis Chalifour
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Language: French
  • Publisher: Livres Toundra (September 12, 2006)
  • Pages: 168 pages
  • ePUB size: 1999 kb
  • FB2 size 1686 kb
  • Formats lit docx mobi lrf


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Le Fils du pendu book. Le Fils du pendu is intensely personal, but it will resonate with anyone who has faced the loss of a loved one. This brilliant autobiographical first novel is an acute analysis of the grieving process. Although it is steeped in Francis’s sadness, it is ultimately a story of hope.

About Le Fils du pendu. Fifteen-year-old Francis’s father has committed suicide and nothing will be the same again. Le Fils du pendu is the map of a year following the suicide of a family member

About Le Fils du pendu. Suicide is ugly, unglamorous, and it is never a solution. Le Fils du pendu is the map of a year following the suicide of a family member. In the course of months, with the love of his mother, with counseling, and with the balm of time, Francis takes his first steps toward coming to terms with his father’s - and his family’s - tragedy.

Francis Chalifour is a contemporary Canadian writer. Posts About Francis Chalifour. lt;p

Tundra Books, Francis Chalifour, Artist Spotlight, Retrieved November 27, 2012

His first published work was the French novel Zoom Papaye, and his second, After, won the 2005 Edna Staebler Award for Creative Non-Fiction and was nominated for the Governor General's Award 2005. He wrote the book called Le fils du pendu. Tundra Books, Francis Chalifour, Artist Spotlight, Retrieved November 27, 2012.

Flag as Inappropriate. and was nominated for the Governor General's Award 2005. His first published work was the French novel Zoom Papaye, and his second, After, won the 2005 Edna Staebler Award for Creative Non-Fiction and was nominated for the Governor General's Award 2005. List of Edna Staebler Award recipients.

Le Fils du pendu is the map of a year following the suicide of a family member. In the course of months, with the love of his mother, with counseling, and with the balm of time, Francis takes his first steps toward coming to terms with his father's - and his family's - tragedy

Le Fils du pendu is the map of a year following the suicide of a family member. In the course of months, with the love of his mother, with counseling, and with the balm of time, Francis takes his first steps toward coming to terms with his father's - and his family's - tragedy. Although it is steeped in Francis's sadness, it is ultimately a story of hope.

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Fifteen-year-old Francis’s father has committed suicide and nothing will be the same again. Suicide is ugly, unglamorous, and it is never a solution. Its aftermath is dreadful. At first, Francis feels a terrible guilt. Could he have been a better son? What if he hadn’t left his home in Montreal to go on a brief holiday in New York the weekend it happened? Soon the guilt turns to anger and then to a sadness so profound that he thinks he can’t bear it. Le Fils du pendu is the map of a year following the suicide of a family member. In the course of months, with the love of his mother, with counseling, and with the balm of time, Francis takes his first steps toward coming to terms with his father’s — and his family’s — tragedy. Le Fils du pendu is intensely personal, but it will resonate with anyone who has faced the loss of a loved one. This brilliant autobiographical first novel is an acute analysis of the grieving process. Although it is steeped in Francis’s sadness, it is ultimately a story of hope.
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