By Emmanuel Carrère
In all his paintings, the severely acclaimed Emmanuel Carrère has proficient his unblinking gaze at the lives of others as they struggle a wasting conflict with that almost all fearsome of adversaries: the self. Now, decided to flee the grim visions of his narratives, he's taking on a movie venture within the middle of Russia, whereas additionally embarking on a brand new love affair again domestic in Paris; yet quickly adequate, the diversion he seeks eludes him, intimacy proves too hard and Carrère is left peering into the darkish reflect of his personal life.
Set in Paris and Kotelnich, a small post-Soviet city, A Russian Novel lines Carrère's pursuit of 2 obsessions: the disappearance of his Russian grandfather and his fascination with a girl he loves yet can't hold from destroying. based and passionate, A Russian Novel weaves the strands of Carrère's tale right into a travelogue of a trip inward. street journey, confession, emotional travel de strength, this fearless reckoning illuminates the schemes we devise to avoid ourselves and the inevitable fee they special.
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