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L’Amer orange
Teodoro Gilabert

SEAMARK noun: an elevated object serving as a beacon to mariners. (Merriam-Webster.com)

The narrator, who was once in love with Carole, remembers the happy hours they spent sailing from the port of Marseille. In the cove of Enriou, they discovered the orange seamark. Yet their lovely love story turned out to be no more than a summer fling.
Years later, the narrator returns to the scene of their idyll alone in order to write a new novel, but also to get a sense of closeness to the woman he has never forgotten. He rents the orange seamark, a house clinging to a cliff deep in the cove of Enriou.
Living in such a secluded place, the writer has time to get bored, so he observes the few people who come to the spot carefully: an elderly couple from Marseilles, the crew from a Russian oligarch’s yacht, the artist Oleg Kulik and his dogs… He mentally constructs their life stories, creating a love story with a pinch of fantasy…
After Les Pages roses (The Pink Pages) and La Belle Mauve (The Lovely Mauve), our hero continues his exploration of love. Humor and fantasy spill from his pen.

The next installment of the trials and tribulation in an absent-minded, aesthetic, and somewhat nutty professor’s love life.

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  • Buchet/Chastel
  • Littérature française
  • Publication date : 22/08/2012
  • Size : 11,5 x 19,0 cm, 192 p., 15,00 EUR €
  • ISBN 978-2-283-02608-3
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