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Publication: March 2015
Format: 1 x 215 mm
Pages: 198
ISBN: 2-221-11224-5
Robert Laffont
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Empruntant divers chemins du passé, Frédéric Mitterrand livre ici la chronique d'une enfance dans les années 60, tiraillée entre son admiration sans borne pour le chef de la Résistance que fut de Gaulle et son affection pour son oncle François Mitterrand, héros de la famille et opposant chevronné au Général.
Frédéric Mitterrand recounts his teenage years spanning across General De Gaulle's presidency and the unforgettable events of May ?68. With the talent he is renowned for, Frédéric Mitterrand has decided to tell us about his adolescence in Paris. At a time when divorce was still frowned upon, Frederic's childhood was split between time with his mother and time with his father. His upbringing in the bourgeois milieu of the affluent 16th Arrondissement of Paris did not come without its difficulties. Fortunately, young Frédéric discovered and devoured the great literary figures, especially enjoying those banished from the family bookshelves, also developing a great pleasure in cinema as well as politics through his uncle François...
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Frédéric Mitterrand is a man of cinema, radio and television as well as a novelist and France's former Minister of Culture from 2009 to 2012.
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