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Dimanche 14 décembre 2014: merci pour ces moments

A thing of beauty is a joy for ever. Légère et court vêtue, elle allait à grand pas….Merci à Philippe Delerm. Il a eu le beau geste de mettre en lumière quelques moments de grâce gardés dans le jardin secret de ses émerveillements. 278 more words

Carnet De Campagne

We Could Almost Eat Outside, Philippe Delerm – Bière de Brie

We could almost eat outside: an appreciation of life’s small pleasures is a series of short texts, describing simple moments of life that brings happiness and make everything worthwhile, such as the very first sip of a fresh beer, the moment when you read a book on the beach, or when you look through a kaleidoscope. 332 more words

Short Story

The croissant on the pavement

This is a well-known pleasure for French citizens. I wish British people could also do this in the early morning, rather than smelling pizza from the closest take-away. 366 more words

The first mouthful of beer

Since I moved to England I came across a few things that are missed from France. I will leave food aside for now, and only focus on literature. 349 more words

This is a little article I wrote for an assignment during my ‘year-abroad’ programme studying French (as part of my course requirements for my First Degree).   603 more words


“It’s just the idea of coffee that matters, not the taste” ~ Philippe Delerm

Elizabeth Siddal and the pre-Raphaelites in Autumn by Philippe Delerm

Autumn by Philippe Delerm. 1990. Not translated into English, the French original has an English title 1,178 more words