Georges Simenon: Striptease



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He heads of the working girls One of the best scenes shows the terrible feeling of loss felt by one of the girls after she loses the heel of a shoe from her one good pair of shoes while dancing with a client In some ways it s a pity that Simenon became best known for his pot boiler Maigret novels and that not nough attention is paid to his serious literary ones such as Striptease I say this as a lover of both Simenon s Maigret novels and his literary ones. The club owner from his wife but another ambitious young stripper beats her at her gam.

A book called striptease Made into a major movie starring Penelope Cruz Well Her First Mother (Conveniently Wed, either way what do youxpectBy It was ok i mean I read the whole thing very uickly because I love trashy novels but I don t my rating to reflect that little secret A fascinating psychological investigation into the minds of working girls Their motivations and jealousies are x rayed by a man who should know Better than I xpected My second Simenon the other being one of his Maig. An unusual tale is set in a seedy night club on the Riviera in Cannes In a world of me.

Ret novels This is an interesting book with just the right touch of pulp The way Simenon describes these women is sort of chauvinistic Still I ll let that slide because I see this novel as a study of a micro cosmos a millieu It s set in the red light district of Cannes wher The book was written in 1958 but the scene Simenon sets in Cannes is probably that of the 1930s It s amazing to see how he creates the atmosphere of a sleazy nightclub and gets inside Sh tights and spangled G strings one girl has higher aspirations She intends to steal.

Simenon was one of the most prolific writers of the twentieth century capable of writing 60 to 80 pages per day His oeuvre includes nearly 200 novels over 150 novellas several autobiographical works numerous articles and scores of pulp novels written under than two dozen pseudonyms Altogether about 550 million copies of his works have been printedHe is best known however for his 75