The final segment of Ernaux's trilogy, which began with a history of her father in "A Man's Place" and continued with an account of her mother in "A Woman's Story," is a novelization of her own life and marriage. Born to simple but ambitious parents, Ernaux was well-schooled and went on to enter the university in Paris, where she quickly fell in love with one of her classmates and made an early and disastrous marriage. Quickly pregnant, she abandons her studies to raise her children and ca
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