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Belle was a story of murder in a small Connecticut community. The Hitchhiker explored a battle of wills between husband and wife, and The Brothers Rico was a Mafia story. Simenon's unusually hard-boiled style echoes the work of Dashiell Hammett and James M. Simenon's semi-autobiographic, naturalistic Pedigree was exceptionally long compared to most novels, over five hundred pages. Simenon began writing because a doctor misread an x-ray and told him that he had less than two years to live.
He planned to give the book to his young son so that he would be able to know about his father when he grew up. However, Simenon still had 41 years ahead.
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In Simenon returned to Europe and settled eventually in Lausanne, Switzerland. Beneath the illusion of a happy household, Simenon's marriage was deteriorating and his family disintegrating. He had started a sexual relationship with Teresa Sburelin, a new servant, who became his devoted companion. In Denise entered a psychiatric clinic, never returning to Epalinges, their home. Her bitter memoir of the marriage, Un Oiseau pour le chat , was published in Simenon's daughter Marie-Jo began the first of several psychiatric treatments in , but ultimately in she committed suicide.
The critic and awarded mystery writer H. Keating selected My Friend Maigret and Maigret in Court in for his list of the one hundred best crime novels. Maigret's method of investigation doesn't rely on vast amounts of police work. He operates more on the basis of intuition. His method also has many similarities with hermeneutics — the theory of interpretation, of understanding the significance of human actions, utterances, products, and institutions.
In My Friend Maigret a small-time crook is murdered on the island of Porquerolles off the Mediterranean coast. Maigret is sent to investigate. He collects impressions, and tries to see behind the facts that the local inspector offers him. Thoughts start to rise up from his subconscious.
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A number of actors have impersonated Maigret in films and television series. The director had happy memories of the film. His nephew Claude made his debut as a cameraman, Jacques Becker was producer, and the famous film critic and historian Jean Mitry was part of the crew. The film has been praised for its poetic atmosphere full of fog, rain, and car-lights.
The story was remade in as a television series, directed by Bernard Stora. The last Maigret, Maigret et Monsieur Charles came out in , and the next year Simenon announced his retirement.
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In the following years he published only non-fiction of an autobiographical sort. For some reason, he felt a strong antipathy towards Brigitte Bardot, both as an actress and a woman. If we were the last people on Earth, mankind would come to an end, he once said in a letter to Robert Sherrill, the associate editor of Esquire.
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Simenon died in Lausanne, on September 4, He left instructions at his death that his body be cremated without any ceremony and that his ashes, mingled with his beloved daughter's, be scattered beneath a huge tree in the back garden of his last house in Lausanne. The Maigret books focus on the circumstances and stresses that compel one person to murder another. They are written in a spare, undecorated style. Simenon described them as sketches, comparable to the sort of things a painter does for his pleasure or for preliminary studies.
The production of 'Simenons', short, intense psychological analyses of modern man, started with Le relais d'Alsace , The Man from Everywhere. Among these works is his most Dostoyevskyan tale , The Man Who Watched the Trains Go By , which centers on the theme of the sense of guilt — as do many of his stories.
Besides being prolific in output and skilled in plot structure, Simenon was also a downright lovely stylist. Kind of beautiful, and all in one sentence, to boot. In describing his approach to his craft, he once said,. The Maigret paperbacks on my bookshelf are each no more than two hundred pages in length.
This seems to fit nicely with the straightforward, efficient nature of the sleuth himself. As pleasant, say, as sneaking into a little bistro down some shadowy Parisian backstreet, midway through your hunt for an elusive criminal, to fortify yourself with a good sandwich and a nice glass of beer or cognac. All without regret—for a successful outcome is pretty much guaranteed.
Read all posts by Michael Nethercott for Criminal Element. This is an excellent summary of things Maigret. I read somewhere that Simenon thought his Maigret books should take about as much time to read as watching a movie. The book i am offering may not have the same cover as the one pictured. Thanks for looking!
Pages browning very minor wear to bottom edges. Jacket has chipping to spine ends some edgecreasing and rubbing. Hardback Mystery 1st Ed. Hardback Fiction 1st Ed.
Hardback Fiction US lst Ed. Hardback Autobiography 1st Ed. Some library goodies - little used - binding still excellent - grey boards blue titles - small number inked on spine bottom - book sadly lacking wrapper - still in an amazing condition - further info on request. Book has bumping with wear and fraying to head and tail of spine.
Edge wear with a tiny bit of exposed board at the bottom edges. Tape stains along front and rear hinges from previous repairs to starting hinges. Ex-library book has stamps to top and bottom edges of text block with a couple small date stamps on rear fep. Heavy tape stains on boards with lighter stains on end papers. Dust jacket has a blemished area on spine where call number label has been removed and another blemished area on back of dj.
A little fading to spine and top edge of dj. First US Edition Book is clean and tight. Remainder mark on bottom of text block. Dust jacket has a little very light rubbing.
One small very faint damp stain to front bottom edge that does not impact book at all. Dessain First Harcourt edition bound in black quarter cloth and black paper boards sans DW; translated by Howard Curtis; remainder dot on bottom edge; pp. First Thus. First U. Translated by Eileen Ellenbogen; four digit number penned on ffep. Tight clean copy of the first U.
The book is tight and clean.
This is the first U. Translated by Louise Varese. Previous owner's neat small name embossed on ffep. The first U. Still a very nice copy of the first U. Nice first U. Originally published in in French. A slight bit of yellowing to extremes. Overall a bright clean British first edition of this title by the prolific French author. Originally published in in France. Translated by Ralph Manheim.