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In salida la edad la soledad la agonía del amor Metáforas a la vez de esa parte de fracaso ue todo destino humano depara A pesar del tiempo transcurrido desde la escritura y pub All around me the world lies like an immense hypothesis that I no longer verifyI found myself in a reading slump so I left my personal library and wandered into the public library of my new city there I ran across this collection I enjoyed reading these cleverly worded paragraphs the shape of Beauvoir s sentences the intensity wrapped in lucid lines Her characters make sense of life on the page and when they discover the why in the actions of others the reader is invited along for the journey There is something special about entering the consciousness of another and exploring things about the world the loss of passion and intimacy the rediscovery of self and body There are three stories in this collection but I preferred The Age of Discretion and The Woman Destroyed for their sensory movement pacing and character transformation Unfortunately The Monologue s structure didn t keep me grounded

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La femme rompue

Licación de La mujer rota la imagen ue dibuja el texto guarda correspondencia con el presente de la mujer actual dentro de nuestra sociedad ue en no pocos aspectos ha variado poc Three stories The Age of Discretion Monologue and The Woman Destroyed make up this volume The Age of Discretion deals with ageing loss and a woman s refusal to accept her son s career choice as she stares down the tunnel of age Monologue was unreadable a woman s rant through New Year s eve celebrations she s in her forties all alone bitter twisted By far the most powerful piece was The Woman Destroyed Moniue is forty four happy in her long marriage to Maurice The novella takes the form of her diary entries Then she discovers that Maurice is having an affair A friend counsels her to play it cool to let the affair play its course and then Maurice will come back to her But far from playing it cool or trying not to give in to jealousy Moniue finds that she cannot let Maurice have his affair without feeling jealous unhappy and understandably full of rage A brilliant heart felt piece

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Se escuchan auí las voces de tres mujeres en los tres relatos ue incluye esta obra La mujer rota La edad de la discreción y Mónologo ue se debaten con palabras en situaciones s Note This review only concerns The Woman Destroyed the third and longest story in this bookSeveral years ago shortly after finishing The Mandarins Simone De Beauvior s tour de force novel I came across an article titled Are Good Books Bad for You I immediately thought of De Beauvior s fiction Like nothing else I ve ever read her fiction has the ability to influence my emotions and my opinions in a deep and powerful way It s nearly dangerous I think the depth at which she strikes chords in her readers Reading The Woman Destroyed I was reminded that all great writing is a warning or at the very least veiled advice on how one might attempt to live a meaningful life In The Woman Destroyed Moniue s husband Maurice has confessed to having an affair and asks that she be okay with it Taking advice from a close friend Moniue wills herself to allow the affair to continue hoping in vain that Maurice s midlife crisis will pass and that he ll eventually spurn his mistress But as time passes the mistress slowly begins to take center stage in Maurice s life so much so that his time becomes uneually divided between the two women Moniue is consumed with jealousy fear self doubt and inevitably she begins to unravel This story is heartbreaking and emotionally provocative I found myself carefully uestioning my own ideas about fidelity polyamory marriage success family and the list goes on At the outset of the novella Moniue appears to have lived a meaningful life as a wife and mother but De Beauvoir shatters that assumption dropping Moniue deeper and deeper into her despair revealing failures that are too large and too far back to repair Amazing writing and certainly a warning I was wild with anxiety while reading this book but I loved it and it broke my heart


10 thoughts on “La femme rompue

  1. says:

    Rich and powerful writing in these three novellas I will definitely read of this author SPOILERS FOLLOW BELOW FOR ALL 3 NO

  2. says:

    Reading devastating French literature on public transport is my fave pastime

  3. says:

    Note – This review only concerns “The Woman Destroyed” the third and longest story in this bookSeveral years ago shortly after finishing “The Mandarins” Simone De Beauvior's tour de force novel I came across an article titled “Are Good Books Bad for You” I immediately thought of De Beauvior’s fiction Like nothing else I’ve ever read her fiction has the ability to influence my emotions and my opinions in a deep a

  4. says:

    It is not my habit to give books or anything else star ratings but looking though other reviews I saw that four was a popular choice

  5. says:

    To ANYONE who wants to read this PLEASE don't read this edition Its a fantastic book but the translation and editing in th

  6. says:

    All around me the world lies like an immense hypothesis that I no longer verifyI found myself in a reading slump so I left my personal library and wandered into the public library of my new city; there I ran across this collection I enjoyed reading these cleverly worded paragraphs the shape of Beauvoir's senten

  7. says:

    ENGLISH SPANISH The Woman Destroyed by Simone de Beauvoir Warning do not read this if you can't stand unlikeable characters For the rest of you don't miss this In a current world where readers demand strong female role models the so called badass heroines kick ass fierce strong it might seem weird to read about the though

  8. says:

    Three stories 'The Age of Discretion' 'Monologue' and 'The Woman Destroyed' make up this volume 'The Age of Discretion' deals with ageing los

  9. says:

    I gave this book 5 stars but I didn't enjoy it If a book can move me the way this one moved me I consider it a great book However I

  10. says:

    I must admit I started this book with A LOT of negative reviews in mind I remember De Beauvoir being called pretentious petty and generally often treated like a joke at least by a great part of my teachers scholars that they uoted Despite my in