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Suite Francaise


In 1941, Irene Nemirovsky sat down to write a book that would convey the magnitude of what she was living through, not in terms of battles and ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 4.728
marcia s

summer reading

by marcia s on Sep 2, 2010

a light story. Refreshing change of pace reading. More


Suite Francaise

by Bella on Aug 19, 2010

An exquisite book. Even more remarkable when considering the conditions it was written under and the long journey from handwritten manuscript to publication decades later. Nemirovsky lays out an incredibly detailed description of the occupation of France and the reactions of the French to the ... More

by ggbuda on Aug 7, 2008

Very good read. Highlights the plight of everyday people during occupation and contrasts it with the upper class. Must read Author's notes at end of book-gives added dimension to the manuscript. More


A brilliant, if sad tale of war and horror

by greebs on Jul 24, 2007

I just finished reading Suite Francaise, a book that took me over a month to finish, mostly because it took a very long time for me to actually get into it. I persevered, because what I?d read was good if not captivating ? and because the book received the best overall reviews of any book in 2006. ... More


I loved this book!

by MyUtopia on Jul 9, 2007

The book is really two novels combined into one story: Storm in June & Dolce. It was written during World War II when Nemorovsky was in hiding from the Germans in the French countryside. She died shortly after in the concentration camp Auschwitz. Her children found her manuscript and had it published ... More

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totally off subject..Education for ADHD persons

Does anyone know of some sort of "visual" about physics for an ADHD adult needing the understanding of problems he's dealing with; He's young and strong, but not wishing to feel "less" than others; so it is difficult to render aid to him. A visual aid re physics would be helpful.

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