“I was renting a large, dusty and dilapidated house above Honfleur […] when I discovered two concomitant facts: the sea was at the end of the earth, but, on the other hand, the Casino of Deauville was still open. »- Excerpt from With my best memory, Françoise Sagan In 1960, some time after the publication of Bonjour Tristesse, Françoise Sagan dropped her bags on the Normandy coast. She rented the Manoir du Breuil from July 8 to August 8 located a few kilometers from Deauville, in the company of two friends. On the evening of August 7th they went to...
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