Quand se déroule Stupeur et tremblement ?
Stupeur et Tremblements est un récit autobiographique d’Amélie Nothomb publié en 1999. Il raconte l’histoire d’Amélie, une jeune femme belge qui a vécu sa petite enfance au Japon et qui décide d’y retourner après ses études. Amélie-san se met alors à apprendre la liste du personnel par cœur. …
Who is Amélie Nothomb?
- Fabienne-Claire Nothomb (French: [a.me.li nɔ.tɔ̃b] ), better known by her pen name Amélie Nothomb, is a Belgian Francophone novelist. Part of her childhood was spent in Asia. A prolific author, since the publication of her first novel Hygiene and the Assassin in 1992, at the age of twenty six, she has published a book a year.
What happened to Noam Nothomb?
- Nothomb moved often, and did not live in Europe until she was 17, when she moved to Brussels. There, she reportedly felt as much a stranger as everywhere else. She studied philology at the Université Libre de Bruxelles. After some family tensions, she returned to Japan to work in a big Japanese company in Tokyo.
Is Nothomb a Baroness?
- By a Royal Decree of , Nothomb was ennobled as a non-hereditary baroness. Unless otherwise stated, all works were originally published in French by Éditions Albin Michel . 1999: Hygiène de l’assassin ( Hygiene and the Assassin ), French movie directed by François Ruggieri, with Jean Yanne (Prétextat Tach) and Barbara Schulz (Nina).
Where did Nothomb live?
- Although Nothomb claims to have been born in Japan, she actually began living in Japan at the age of two until she was five years old. Subsequently, she lived in China, New York, Bangladesh, Burma, the United Kingdom (Coventry) and Laos.