By Francoise Sagan, Peter Wiles
Aimez-vous Brahms is a singular through Françoise Sagan, first released in 1959.
It used to be released within the united states in 1960, and used to be made right into a movie lower than the name Goodbye Again in 1961 starring Ingrid Bergman and Anthony Perkins. It was once additionally tailored (probably unofficially) as a Hindi movie known as Jahan Tum Le Chalo in 1999.
The plot matters a middle-aged girl who leaves her long-standing lover for a courting with a more youthful guy.
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In a moment she rose, picked up her handbag, and walked across the room. " His voice was sharp with resentment. " ··why can't I go? " "You stop that. Let go of mel" His fingernails scratched against the rough material of her blue jeans as he clung 69 to her leg. The force of her push threw him off balance; he fell over backward onto the floor. Slowly he sat up, rubbing the back of his head, his face preparing for tears. It was hot on the terrace; she lay on a couch with a wide canopy over it, writing a letter to her mother in Paris.
GOOD MOfu"lING. THE MANAGEMENT. The coffee was good, and there was a big pitcher of it. He glanced at the headlines and poured himself another cup. Presently he got up, shaved, dressed, and went downstairs to look for a barbershop. There was none in the hotel; the desk clerk suggested he take a cab to the center of the city. He decided to walk. It would be downhill nearly all the way. The shabby provincial capital was saved from ugliness only by its trees and parks. \Vhen he was seated in the swivel chair and covered by the sheet, the barber handed him a newspaper, which, even as he accepted it, he recognized as the same one that had been sent upstairs with his breakfast.
He opened the door. She picked up her handbag and the parcel and got out. As they went into the building she had an impression of glass and metal, rocks and plants. In the elevator mirror she saw that her hair had been blown into an unrecognizable shape. "The wind has ruined me," she complained, fussing with it. "You can fix it upstairs," he told her. They went to the top. The door opened onto a patio where a jet of water splashed into a pool. There was a colonnade on the right, a short flight of steps to go down, and they walked into a vast room.
Aimez-vous Brahms... by Francoise Sagan, Peter Wiles