Step into the captivating world of "Love Lasts Three Years," a novel that first graced literary landscapes in 1997. Centered around journalist Marc Marronnier, the narrative unfolds as he champions a theory that love's flame is destined to flicker for a mere three-year span. This belief stems from the notion that the hormones fueling infatuation inevitably wane, eroding emotional dependency. Guided by the deft pen of the author, the novel navigates the depths of Marronnier's emotional and sexual musings. This intimate journey is adorned with the author's hallmark wit, infused with a touch of self-deprecating humor. Beigbeder's narrative canvas is further enriched by an array of cultural references, showcasing his erudition and distinctive voice. In the tapestry of the narrative, a quintessentially French spirit emerges—a delicate fusion of levity and elegance. Yet, beneath the surface, the story offers more than mere amusement. It presents an exploration of love's complexities and evanescence, provoking reflections that linger long after the final page. As you immerse yourself in the pages of "Love Lasts Three Years," be prepared to embark on a journey that transcends time and borders. The narrative gracefully dances through the intricacies of human emotions and relationships, inviting contemplation while enveloping you in the timeless essence of literary exploration.
|Title in Armenian||Ֆրեդերիկ Բեգբեդեր - Սերն ապրում է երեք տարի|
|Size||12.5 x 20 cm|
tags: frederik begbeder, sern aprum e ereq tari