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Author:
Henri Troyat
ISBN13:
978-2277300069
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2277300063
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Jai Lu French (1994)
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La neige en deuil book. Troyat was a French author, biographer, historian and novelist. Troyat was born Levon Aslan Torossian in Moscow to parents of Armenian descent. His family fled Russia in anticipation of the revolution.

La neige en deuil book. After a long exodus taking them to the Caucasus on to Crimea and later by sea to Constantinople and then Venice, the family finally settled in Paris in 1920, where young Troyat was schooled and later Troyat was a French author, biographer, historian and novelist.

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Publisher: Jai Lu French, 1994.

Henri Troyat (1 November 1911 – 2 March 2007) was a Russian-born French author, biographer, historian and novelist. Troyat was born Lev Aslanovich Tarasov, (Russian: Лев Асланович Тарасов, Lev Aslanovich Tarasov) in Moscow to parents of mixed heritage, including Armenian, Russian, German and Georgian. According to his autobiography he states that his surname is Armenian (Torossian), while his maternal grandmother was German and his maternal grandfather was of mixed Georgian and Armenian descent

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  • Henri Troyat est très renommé, et avec raison. J'aime bien ses roman-cycles, mais «La neige en deuil», comme un œuvre court, est de la même qualité que ses œuvres plus longes, c'est-à-dire: magnifique. Les personnages sont intéressantes, l'écriture est une merveille, et l'histoire-même nous engage.

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  • This book is a classic tale, and quite enjoyable. The protagonist is a mountain guide, Isaïe, who has had some accidents in mountain climbing expeditions, nearly died in the last, and is terrified of going back up because he feels that the mountain has sent him a sign or warning. He now raises sheep, lives alone with his younger brother Marcellin (who is the family "black sheep," a thorougly lazy, unprincipled person), but whom Isaïe loves. People view him as having become a bit of a "simpleton," and it's true that he has become a lesser person since the accidents-- hasn't led expeditions or climbed for years. Then a plane crashes in snow and ice on the mountain, and shortly thereafter, the town's leading guide dies in a rescue mission. Although the view is that there are no survivors from the crash, Isaïe ends upconfronting his own worst fear--in leading his brother up that mountain. He knows Marcellin's motive is immoral: he wants to search the plane for gold, or money that can be picked off the bodies of the dead. Still Isaïe, who fears his brother would climb on his own and perish, goes up to safeguard him, and in so doing, finds something unexpected at the top.