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            Robert Laffont
            EAN : 9782221246412
            Shaping : BROCHE
            Pages : 180
            Size : 135 x 215 mm
            Novelty
            Life, Afterwards

            Release date : 17/10/2019
            At a time when paternity and the role of fathers are being questioned more and more, Antoine Leiris looks back at the four years he has spent as a single parent with his son following his wife’s death during the 2015 attacks on the Bataclan theater in Paris.
            A tender, luminous journey.
            Antoine Leiris lost his wife on November 13, 2015 in the terrorist attack on the Bataclan theater in Paris. You Will Not Have My Hate, his previous book, described the days following the attack, when he and his son Melvil, then just seventeen months old, had to face life and... Antoine Leiris lost his wife on November 13, 2015 in the terrorist attack on the Bataclan theater in Paris. You Will Not Have My Hate, his previous book, described the days following the attack, when he and his son Melvil, then just seventeen months old, had to face life and the tragedy together.
            In this second book, Leiris continues his work as a writer of life, this time focusing on the many months following Hélène’s murder, which turned into four years. Four years to learn how to become a father.
            What is paternity? How can you be a good father? How can you be a father when you are on your own with your son?
            Antoine Leiris chronicles his struggle as a father left to tackle his own grief and the double vertigo of solitude and authority.
            In order to get through, he, just like Melvil, had to learn to grow up. He had to bring the dead back to life to listen to their memory and pass it on. He had to rediscover the forgotten landscapes of his own childhood.
            Antoine Leiris takes us on an emotional, luminous journey in a tone at once intimate and universal, showing how literature is both the source of and testimony to life itself.
             
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            EAN : 9782221246412
            Shaping : BROCHE
            Pages : 180
            Size : 135 x 215 mm
            Robert Laffont