28 novembre 2014

Le péché de nos pères

« (…) life had long ago defeated his father. He'd beaten his fists against it (…) and refused to submit to its demands. These demands were for compromise and change: to take life on life's terms, which required the ability to switch courses when necessary, to modify behaviours, and to alter dreams so that they could meet the realities that they came up against. But he'd never be able to do any of that, so he'd been crushed, and life had rolled over his shattered beauty. »

Elizabeth George, Le rouge du péché

2 commentaires:

Nuit de Soie a dit…

Sorry, but i don't like...lire en anglais :-)

Plume a dit…

j'aime beaucoup cet auteur, j'en ai plusieurs

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