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The French Father

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Alain Elkann's The French Father is an imagined confrontation between haughty Bourgeoisie and passionate Art - the former represented by Jean-Paul Elkann (once the director of Dior) the latter by the Surrealist Roland Topor The French Father centres on a dialogue between two men buried alongside each other in the Parisian cemetery of Montparnasse now companions in the afterlife. One man, the author's father, is strict, upper middle class, and a firm believer in the values and principles of the grande bourgeoisie. The other ...

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The French Father
2012, Pushkin Press, London

ISBN-13: 9781908968043

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The French Father
2010, Pushkin Press, London

ISBN-13: 9781906548346

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