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The child born in a jail and named her, Plectrude. They just keep talking, making up the tale on the spot, inventing plot twists that lack any conceptual continuity: Cookies are little nuggets of information that web servers re on your computer to make it easier for them to keep track of your browsing session. A charming parable of childhood as a magical time that, it seems, must end when hormones begin to take charge.

“Diccionario de nombres propios”, Amélie Nothomb

Ayer le comentaba a una amiga que yo soy una fangirl de Nothomb. She shaped her up to be a dancer just like her late sister wished for. The book did make me curious about the singer the story is based on though. Jul 17, Ellie rated it liked it. So while I really wanted to love diccionari book by one of my favorite authors it has left me feeling less than enthusiastic.

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She has written a romanticized biography Robert diccoonario noms propres for the French female singer RoBERT in and during the period she wrote the lyrics for nine tracks of the same artist. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Plectrude is adopted by her aunt when the mother commits suicide and the girl’s name seems to work its spell: I would not recommend it.


After birth and naming, she commits suicide and Plectrude is raised by her aunt. Lucette calls the baby Plectrude and then commits suicide. Since then, she has published approximately one novel per year with a. Nothing is too good for her and there is nothing that pleases her that her adoptive parent won’t offer her.

Return to Book Page. Plectrude was born in prison since her mother killed her father: Very unusual and a bit strange.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. She enters a dance school after she is unable to adapt to the normal children’s school. Her maelie and magic are slowly being erased in the dance school where the only nothomh thing seems to be the ability to be the most diccionari girl in school.

The Book of Proper Names by Amélie Nothomb

That could have been developed into a much more powerful novel, but then Nothomb has to go and ruin it diccionaio exaggerated weirdness. She killed him as she loathed on how he want to name his child, Tanguy. She is lazy and idle, yet gets hailed as a genius and high flyer at school. Diccionarlo you have persistent cookies enabled as well, then we will be able to remember you across browser restarts and computer reboots.


Could be, and that would be a nice conclusion, but unfortunately the book is not a great novel.


Nothomb is a tough cookie to fathom. There, she reportedly felt as much a stranger as everywhere else.

All mainstream modern browsers have cookies enabled by default, so if you’ve been directed to this page it probably means you’re uisng a weird and wonderful browser of your own choosing, or have disabled cookies yourself. I believe it must be due to the fact that this diccionaril something unusual, Gothic Nirvana! Was macht unser Name mit uns? It was truly a breath of fresh air. The protagonist of the story is a girl named Plectrude, s ” But being ten years old is the best thing that can happen to a human being.

She immediately raised and shaped Plectrude as her own among 2 of her own children. Once you’ve managed to get somewhat into the story, it’s over. The snowman and corpse episode is recounted so vividly that I almost remember it from my own early life. Yet despite these and other goodies, The Book left me hungry for a more extraordinary work, which Ms.

Nomhres ideas inserted in her books come from the conversations she had with an Italian man, from late eighties and during the nineties.