My Mother's House And Sido by Colette

The book is a tender dual portrait that delves into the intimate realm of family life, presenting a vivid depiction of the author's childhood and the complex relationship with her mother. The first part is a nostalgic reflection on the author's familial home, a place imbued with memories and the nurturing presence of her mother. The second part focuses on the author's grandmother, Sido, offering a poignant character study filled with admiration and affection. Through evocative prose, the work captures the essence of a bygone era and the enduring bonds of maternal love, revealing the profound influence these maternal figures had on the author's development as a person and a writer.

The 3130th greatest book of all time


Published
1922
Nationality
French
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
French

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