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The Memory of Love Delightful book half novel and half nonfiction Totally enjoyable read Just fun nothing deep or difficult. Enthralling I chose this book for the author He writes so beautifully one doesn t want the story to end You can visualize the landscape as it goes by, this was a wonderful love story. After Recovering From Grave Wounds Suffered In The Great War, Bogey Lambert, A Young Cowboy From Colorado, Makes His Way To S Paris, Where He Encounters The Beautiful Painter, Chrysis Jungbluth Precocious, Passionate, Talented, The Free Spirited Chrysis Rebels Against A Society And An Art World In Which Men Have All The Privilege And Women None By Day, A Serious Student At The Prestigious L Ecole Des Beaux Arts, At Night Chrysis Loses Herself To The Sensual Pleasures Of The Montparnasse Nightlife, Where All Seems Permissible There, She And The American Cowboy Will Live The Love Of A Lifetime Je n ai pas t s duite par le personnage f minin principal Elle ne m a pas touch e et sa qu te d ind pendance et de reconnaissance artistique sonne creux pour moi Le personnage masculin ma bcp plus plu et j aurais aim que ses partie ou les parties en couple soient plus longues, plus d velopp es L criture de l auteur est bien et on sent un tr s gros travail de recherche sur l poque et la personne de Chrysis Mais je trouv a un peu mi vre, clich malgr tout Belle histoire d amour entre 2 tres a forte personnalit Un tableau de l ann e 1916 a 1929. Tr s beau personnage de Chrysis Merci Jim Fergus de nous faire partager ce Montparnasse du d but du XXeme Beaucoup de plaisir la lecture What a great premise But I was disappointed in the execution Midway through the book, I felt that the events could have been put in just about any order the author and I were spinning our wheels rather than experiencing the development of the plot I m afraid I felt the major conflict near the end of the book was somewhat contrived Most of us would not have viewed that situation as an insurmountable challenge And then, I surmise that the author tired of writing this book and decided to end What a great premise But I was disappointed in the execution Midway through the book, I felt that the events could have been put in just about any order the author and I were spinning our wheels rather than experiencing the development of the plot I m afraid I felt the major conflict near the end of the book was somewhat contrived Most of us would not have viewed that situation as an insurmountable challenge And then, I surmise that the author tired of writing this book and decided to end it, but not with a cliff hanger He ends it with a quick summary of The Rest Of Their Lives I finished the book a bit dissatisfied I really enjoyed this book It was well written and the story reminded me a little of Bridges of Madison County but with ainteresting story line The cowboy from Colorado going to France where I spend a lot of time and then the artist in Paris and her desire, although a little over the top, was an insight into the artist life and then her strict parents and the change in circumstance between the lovers was very real and well described Thank you Jim Fergus for oneenjoyable adventure. Even though this isn t my favorite Jim Fergus novel, I am still a fan Jim Fergus brought to life the character of Bogie Bogart Lambert in such rich detail, a young cowboy from Colorado who travels across America, and then across the Atlantic, to France However, I feel the character of Chrysis, who is based on a true Parisian painter of the 20s, became stilted due, perhaps, to the abundant research In trying to keep Chrysis true to his historical findings, perhaps Fergus lost the fullness o Even though this isn t my favorite Jim Fergus novel, I am still a fan Jim Fergus brought to life the character of Bogie Bogart Lambert in such rich detail, a young cowboy from Colorado who travels across America, and then across the Atlantic, to France However, I feel the character of Chrysis, who is based on a true Parisian painter of the 20s, became stilted due, perhaps, to the abundant research In trying to keep Chrysis true to his historical findings, perhaps Fergus lost the fullness of character that he is so adept at creating Funny how the real character feels counterfeit while the fictional character feels genuine and full of life cam 2,5..pacat, ca subiectul era interesant si era loc de mai multa analiza si redare a emotiilor stilul prea simplu, direct de exprimare, povestirea la persoana a III a si personajele seci, au facut sa mi doresc sa termin cartea cat mai repede.parca citeam un rezumat cat despre scenele de dragoste, mai bine nu le punea deloc.


About the Author: Jim Fergus

Jim Fergus was born in Chicago on March 23, 1950 He attended high school in Massachusetts and graduated as an English major from Colorado College in 1971 He has traveled extensively and lived over the years in Colorado, Florida, the French West Indies, Idaho, France, and Arizona For ten years he worked as a teaching tennis professional in Colorado and Florida, and in 1980 moved to the tiny town of Rand, Colorado pop 13 , to begin his career as a full time freelance writer He was a contributing editor of Rocky Mountain Magazine, as well as a correspondent of Outside magazine His articles, essays, interviews and profiles have appeared in a wide variety of national magazines and newspapers, including Newsweek, Newsday, The Denver Post, the Dallas Times Herald, Harrowsmith Country Life, The Paris Review, MD Magazine, Savvy, Texas Monthly, Esquire, Fly Fisherman, Outdoor Life, Sports Afield, and Field Stream His first book, a travel sporting memoir titled, A Hunter s Road, was published by Henry Holt in 1992 Writing in the Los Angeles Times, Jonathan Kirsch called A Hunter s Road, An absorbing, provocative, and even enchanting book Fergus first novel, One Thousand White Women The Journals of May Dodd was published by St Martin s Press in 1998 The novel won the 1999 Fiction of the Year Award from the Mountains Plains Booksellers Association, and has become a favorite selection of reading groups across the country It has since sold over 250,000 copies in the United States An international bestseller, One Thousand White Women Milles Femmes Blanches was also on the French bestseller list for fifty seven weeks and has sold well over 400,000 copies in that country.In 1999, Jim Fergus published a collection of outdoor articles and essays, titled The Sporting Road And in the spring of 2005, his second novel, The Wild Girl The Notebooks of Ned Giles was published by Hyperion Press An historical fiction set in the 1930 s in Chicago, Arizona, and the Sierra Madre of Mexico, The Wild Girl has also been embraced by reading groups all across the United States Winston Groom, author of Forrest Gump called it, an exhilarating and suspenseful tale that makes the heart soar In 2011, Fergus published a family historical fiction in France entitled, MARIE BLANCHE The novel spans the entire 20th century, and tells the devastating tale of the complicated and ultimately fatal relationship between the author s French mother and grandmother The American edition of MARIE BLANCHE will be published in the United States in 2014.In the spring of 2013, Fergus published another novel in France, CHRYSIS Portrait d Amour, a love story set in 1920 s Paris and based on the life of a actual woman painter, Chrysis Jungbluth Reviewing CHRYSIS in French ELLE magazine, Olivia de Lamberterie,wrote This novel is an arrow through the heart Chrysis has just been published in America with the title THE MEMORY OF LOVE Jim Fergus divides his time between southern Arizona, northern Colorado, and France.http jimfergus.com bio


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