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@Read Epub ó Je ne parle pas français ò Ecrite en , Je ne parle pas fran ais est inspir e par la premi re rencontre de l auteur et de son mari JM Murry, avec Francis carco Paris Souris est videmment Katherine Mansfield This is the story of Raoul Duquette, a true Parisian, he calls himself He is a writer, sort of, but mostly gets by with his good looks and his polite Manners, especially with the women He is one of Mansfield s most unusual characters, in the comic sense, and his antics had me chuckling through the entire story. I have made it a rule of my life never to regret and never to look back Regret is an appalling waste of energy, and no one who intends to be a writer can afford to indulge in it You can t get it into shape, you can t build on it it s only good for wallowing in It is a waste of energy And you can build on it, writer.My adventure with Marguerite Burnat Provins book led me to this controversial and thought provoking elements that not always go hand in hand short story written by Kathe I have made it a rule of my life never to regret and never to look back Regret is an appalling waste of energy, and no one who intends to be a writer can afford to indulge in it You can t get it into shape, you can t build on it it s only good for wallowing in It is a waste of energy And you can build on it, writer.My adventure with Marguerite Burnat Provins book led me to this controversial and thought provoking elements that not always go hand in hand short story written by Katherine Mansfield and published in 1920 This is the deceptively simple story of Raoul Duquette, a French writer who s not a writer and spends much time at a caf where he remembers his friend Dick, a man who s not a man and that later reappears with his girlfriend Mouse, a woman who also defies the boundaries of ambiguity The story deals with different themes such as abuse, prostitution, homosexuality, selfishness and cynicism, toxic relationships with mothers all in less than 100 pages An intriguing and meaty piece of writing that scandalized some people in the early 20th century and was altered and republished in Mansfield s Bliss Other Stories, a decision she later didn t agree with Naturally, I looked for the original text and greatly enjoyed it.June 10, 18 Later on my blog I decided on reading the next Katherine Mansfield story from the collection of her works in my Kindle, which was Je Ne Parle Pas Francais Having just read Prelude which to me I enjoyed muchbecause it was easier to understand In this short story I had to use all my mind to figure certain things out yet even then many things were unclear to me This story has a lot of stream of consciousness with a story about Raoul Duquette, a Frenchman and his English friend Dick Harmon.Raoul is sitt I decided on reading the next Katherine Mansfield story from the collection of her works in my Kindle, which was Je Ne Parle Pas Francais Having just read Prelude which to me I enjoyed muchbecause it was easier to understand In this short story I had to use all my mind to figure certain things out yet even then many things were unclear to me This story has a lot of stream of consciousness with a story about Raoul Duquette, a Frenchman and his English friend Dick Harmon.Raoul is sitting in a Cafe remembering his friend and also commenting mostly on life as he has lived and seen it It is a very dark view with both irreligious ideas, prostitution, child abuse, homosexuality which is not clearly defined to the relationship with him and his friend and his commenting on people.He comes to the moment that was his Je ne parle pas francais or so he called it and does he step in an act or does he refrain Do you believe that every place has its hour of the day when it really does come alive That s not exactly what I mean It slike this There does seem to be a moment when you realize that, quite by accident, you happen to have come on to the stage at exactly the moment you were expected Everything is arranged for you waiting for you Ah, master of the situation You fill with important breath And at the same time you smile, secretly, slyly, because Life seems to be opposed to granting you these entrances, seems indeed to be engaged in snatching them from you and making them impossible, keeping you in the wings until it is too late I was wondering how I would rate this because my rating system is simple, I give 5 stars to a read worth my attention and less for not worth my time The story recovered itself at the last third after Mouse enters at the station I actually found the story surrounding his friend and Mouse very interesting and actually pretty wonderful.The story in short A writer ponders on a moment in his life and his reaction to it, while sitting in a Cafe.I will definitely read Mansfield again but must remember that even a short story of hers might take me longer to read and not expect a speedy read but that is good because one should use their brain spoiler alert Raoul finds his friend Dick, altered as he comes off the train with Mouse I could not figure this one out He must not be altered to a medical sickness but must be something emotional as related to his mother Mouse it seems quite not what Raoul suspects and I wonder if the picture he shows us is indeed his mother