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Nice novella about a 14 year old girl who takes revenge against her vain mother Situated in the Parisian bourgeois environment in the 1920s The characters remain a bit flat and caricatural, but there s a slight layer of social criticism underneath. I had to read this book for school and I had no expectations, but I really liked it.I love the twenties and this book follows a girl, Antoniette, and how she lives She lives in a rich house because her parents became rich recently and her mother wants to host a luxury dance.This is a very short novel about 100 pages and it has a good plot with an strong main character I hated the mother and I could easily connect with Antoniett.As it s not a popular book, I would recommend to check this out I had to read this book for school and I had no expectations, but I really liked it.I love the twenties and this book follows a girl, Antoniette, and how she lives She lives in a rich house because her parents became rich recently and her mother wants to host a luxury dance.This is a very short novel about 100 pages and it has a good plot with an strong main character I hated the mother and I could easily connect with Antoniett.As it s not a popular book, I would recommend to check this out if you have the chance My impressions here My impressions here A book of interesting characters.It speaks of two important characters mother and 14 year old daughter.But then, that does not explain much The story begins with mother being very rude towards the daughter and the daughter is portrayed as the helpless sufferer As the novel ends the roles are reversed The persecuted becomes the persecutor The daughter becomes cruel at the end and mother becomes a miserable creature seeking sympathy A story well conceived and executed superbly.As you begin A book of interesting characters.It speaks of two important characters mother and 14 year old daughter.But then, that does not explain much The story begins with mother being very rude towards the daughter and the daughter is portrayed as the helpless sufferer As the novel ends the roles are reversed The persecuted becomes the persecutor The daughter becomes cruel at the end and mother becomes a miserable creature seeking sympathy A story well conceived and executed superbly.As you begin reading the book you will hate the mother and when you end the book you will hate the daughterAn interesting analysis of characters I didn t expect too much of this book, but I can t think clearly about it was a good o bad one. 3.5 .FREE PDF ☪ El baile ☤ Autora de la reci n descubierta Suite francesa, publicada p stumamente y aclamada por la cr tica y el p blico de media Europa, Ir ne N mirovsky mostr desde muy joven un talento excepcional Con veintisiete a os de edad, N mirovsky salt a la fama con esta breve joya literaria sobre la venganza de una adolescente, editada en Francia eny traducida al castellano enInstalados en un lujoso piso de Par s, los Kampf poseen todo lo que el dinero puede comprar, excepto lo m s dif cil el reconocimiento de la alta sociedad francesa As pues, con el prop sito de obtener el codiciado premio, preparan un gran baile para doscientos invitados, un magno acontecimiento social que para el se or y la se ora Kampf supondr , respectivamente, una excelente inversi n y la so ada apoteosis mundanaPero en casa de los Kampf no todos comparten el mismo entusiasmo Herida en su orgullo por la prohibici n materna de asistir al gape, Antoinette, de catorce a os, observa con amargura los agitados preparativos del baile y siente que ha llegado la ocasi n de enfrentarse a su madre, afirmarse a s misma y realizar su propia entrada en la edad adulta Con un breve gesto, tan impulsivo como espont neo, provoca una situaci n absurda que culminar en un final dram tico y revelador Dotada de una afilada percepci n psicol gica, N mirovsky condensa en pocas p ginas una historia donde la dif cil relaci n madre hija y el ansia de reconocimiento social se funden con la pasi n por la vida y la b squeda de la felicidad Una obra indispensable de uno de los grandes escritores del siglo XX Nah Didn t like it A weird story and unsympathetic characters. Being thrown for such a little period of time into this beautiful location a 1920 s glamorous Paris is a brief but very interesting experience Antoinette s classical teenage hate towards her parents is made original thanks to her realizing that adults too suffer for stupid things, stating what everyone finds out sooner or later adulthood actually just doesn t exist Those who we see as very mature people when we are kids are just us knowing a little bitabout life but still acting immat Being thrown for such a little period of time into this beautiful location a 1920 s glamorous Paris is a brief but very interesting experience Antoinette s classical teenage hate towards her parents is made original thanks to her realizing that adults too suffer for stupid things, stating what everyone finds out sooner or later adulthood actually just doesn t exist Those who we see as very mature people when we are kids are just us knowing a little bitabout life but still acting immaturely for so many things.I found particularly interesting the links between Antoinette and her mother, their relationship is a pattern of symmetries they are both dreamers, they both dream of an escape from the family in order to live love adventures, even if they have different ages and thus very different experiences But at the same time while Antoinette is very young and has plenty of time to realize this or any other dream, her mother is getting old and her dreams are the last bites of hope to live something exciting before the old age will take away from her any chance to live something like that This was a very short book I had the pleasure to read it in the Station of Mol in a Travel Library.There is a Library were you can take books and read them and then return them without any strings attached You can return it whenever you want I really love that I was stuck again with my train and I saw this book It is not the usually genre I read and I didn t know the writer either It was easy and fast to read It took me 45 minutes I do have to say there was little to get into the book T This was a very short book I had the pleasure to read it in the Station of Mol in a Travel Library.There is a Library were you can take books and read them and then return them without any strings attached You can return it whenever you want I really love that I was stuck again with my train and I saw this book It is not the usually genre I read and I didn t know the writer either It was easy and fast to read It took me 45 minutes I do have to say there was little to get into the book The story was small and everything was written in the eyes of a kid Who should be 14 but itsounded like prisoner I liked it anyway, but I do have to say It is good for once but not to frequent I would recommend it if you are interested for a very light read