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In the merde for love

by Clarke, Stephen

  • 199 Want to read
  • 15 Currently reading

Published by Bloomsbury in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Paris (France),
  • France
    • Subjects:
    • British -- France -- Fiction,
    • Tearooms -- Fiction,
    • Paris (France) -- Fiction

    • Edition Notes

      StatementStephen Clarke
      GenreFiction.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPR6103.L3748 I5 2006
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3431518M
      ISBN 101596911905
      ISBN 109781596911901
      LC Control Number2005057178

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About the Book A year after arriving in France, Englishman Paul West is still struggling with some fundamental questions: In the Merde for Love Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Epilogue About the Author Sartre, No Exit ‘I’ll have some of that Voltaire, please.’ Paul West, Merde Actually ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Author.

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Stephen Clarke is a British journalist and the internationally bestselling author of A Year in the Merde and In the Merde for Love, which describe the misadventures of Paul West in France, and Talk to the Snail, a hysterical look at understanding the French. /5(36). About In the Merde for Love.

The latest episode in Stephen Clarke's almost-true account of his adventures as an expat in France is just as winning as the first. This "anti-Mayle" will have readers chortling over their croissants and café au lait while Paul West struggles to solve the mysteries inherent in.

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Get this from a library. In the merde for love. [Stephen Clarke] -- The latest episode in Stephen Clarke's almost-true account of his adventures as an expat in France is just as winning as the first. This "anti-Mayle" will have readers chortling over their croissants.

Stephen Clarke is a British journalist who has written comedy sketches for BBC Radio. He is the author of Talk to the Snail and the international bestseller A Year in the Merde. Praise for Stephen Clarke and In the Merde for Love: "Call him the anti-Mayle. Stephen Clarke is acerbic, insulting, un-PC and mostly hilarious."-San Francisco Chronicle/5(8).

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As in A Year in the Merde (), narrator Paul West stands in for the itchy in his French skin, Paul finds that when he starts to display signs of outrage, his French girlfriend reminds him, “You are English.A Year In The Merde (Paul West) Paperback – 1 April If you love reading humoristic tales about the differences between the French and the English - this book is for you.

Stephen Clark is a great writer! I first picked up book 5 and realized it was a series - I'm now starting from the beginning of the adventure and I am really Reviews:   A Year in the Merde is the almost-true account of the authorsadventures as an expat in Paris.

Based on his own experiences and withnames changed to avoid embarrassment, possible legal action-and toprevent the authors legs being broken by someone in a Yves SaintLaurent suit, the book is narrated by Paul West, atwenty-seven-year-old Brit who is brought to Paris by a French companyto .