My Father's Glory by Marcel Pagnol (Book Analysis)

My Father's Glory by Marcel Pagnol (Book Analysis)

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This engaging summary presents an analysis of My Father's Glory by Marcel Pagnol, an autobiographical tale which describes a summer the author spent in the Provençal countryside with his family. Due to his mother's poor health, her husband and brother-in-law decide to take the whole family to a rural villa for the summer. There, 8-year-old Marcel learns much about life and nature, and even a little about hunting. My Father's Glory is the first book in the Souvenirs d'enfance quadrilogy, a very successful series of books which focus on Pagnol's memories of his childhood and are now regarded as classics of French literature. However, the author is famous not only for his novels, but also for his plays and films. He was the first filmmaker to be elected to the Académie française, and is widely considered to be one of France's finest 20th century writers. 

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Publication date
May 23, 2017
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1 MB