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Descriptions : The place of Colette among twentieth century French writers of fiction is comparable to that of Proust But Colette s high and certain rank in literature is determined equally by her autobiographical writings as by her novels the imaginary characters of Cheri, Gigi, Claudine, et al can only rival, but not excel, Colette s portraits of her family and her extraordinary fri The place of Colette among twentieth century French writers of fiction is comparable to that of Proust But Colette s high and certain rank in literature is determined equally by her autobiographical writings as by her novels the imaginary characters of Cheri, Gigi, Claudine, et al can only rival, but not excel, Colette s portraits of her family and her extraordinary friends and acquaintances, from Proust himself, younger than she, to Maurice Ravel, her collaborator for the opera L Enfant et les Sortileges.Drawn from some forty books of her non fiction, Earthly Paradise may be described as the autobiography of her myth It is a vivid, year by year revelation of a long, eager, courageous life it is an extraordinary personal history containing scandals, marriages, motherhood, two world wars, abounding friendships and it is a narration of the manifold stresses of a profoundly ambivalent nature Her chronicles are tempered with suffering, self control, work, discipline, and, above all, joy of life Look she once advised a young writer, look for a long time at what pleases you, and longer still at what pains you Colette believed that to be born sentient and watchful is a miracle, and that the earthly paradise around us is as awesome an index to heaven as we shall probably know For Colette, there was always something worth looking at whether the petals of an orchid, or the way Sarah Bernhart poured coffee, or her own heartbreak This lifetime pantheistic homage was not so much a message as her own form of daily prayer Colette seems destined to become one of those rare writers whose literary achievement is something grander a personal myth incarnating a point of view in human culture










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