Thursday, September 24, 2009

July Reading 2/2

Belle De Jour
Joseph Kessel

The most and really only interesting part of this novel is that it was written in 1926. Severine is inoccent and proper. She comes off cold and slightly childish, but she becomes a prostitute because of some odd fantasy thing. She seems very weak, both physically and mentally. I guess I don't have very much good to say. It wasn't poorly developed but the characters were unlikeable. The most endering turned out to be a ganster who was willing to kill for Sevrines love.


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