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Gigi; La ChatteGigi is being educated in the skills of the Courtesan to choose cigars to eat lobster to enter a world where a woman's chief weapon is her body H. 'Gigi' was charming humorous and wild and 'The Cat' was painful and soul rejoicing Two complete contrasts in story form one about the fickle life of a young girl being groomed by her grandmother to be a courtesan who's only use is to marry money and the second about the devoted love and affection one man has for his cat at the expense of anything and anyone else Really delightful beautifully written stories

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Eoning sexuality and blossoming love an exuisite strong minded Russian Blue is struggling for mastery of Alain with his seductive fiancée Camill. My four stars are for the cat rather than Gigi I knew the story of Gigi but I felt rather uncomfortable with the light tone in which the story of a 15 year old girl getting together with a man she called tonton Uncle was written Other than that it was rather fascinating to read about the life of French courtesan and the politeness manners and fastidiousness which surrounded what was essentially prostitution I adored the Cat however with its spectacular descriptions of a newly married couple in a long hot Parisian summer Collette did an excellent job of showing how passion disappears and relationships break down as the husband gradually comes to see things in the wife that irritate and repulse him The Cat however is eternally beautiful elegant and mysterious as cats are and is the real object of his affections which spurs the young wife to jealousy I have not read Colette before but she seems to be a specialist in depicting diverse forms of love

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Gigi; La Chatte Free download ✓ 2 ✓ Gigi is being educated in the skills of the Courtesan to choose cigars to eat lobster to enter a world where a woman's chief weapon is her body However when it comes to the uestion of Gaston Lachaille very rich and very bored Gigi does not want to obey the rulesIn 'The Cat' a story of burgeoning sexuality Owever when it comes to the uestion of Gaston Lachaille very rich and very bored Gigi does not want to obey the rulesIn 'The Cat' a story of burg. The Cat is the most marvelously creepy novella in the world A must read for any young lady who is engaged to the heir of a declining silk emporium and is slightly worried that a his family and servants look down upon her and b he is perhaps too into his catAlain the protagonist of The Cat is really really into his cat He is also emotionally about 7 years old he is completely comfortable living in his ancestral home and allowing himself to drift around being cosseted by servitors The narrator's casual references to his having had mistresses jar because he seems a decade or two too young to be thinking about sex And yet he marries Camille a lusty young wench with whom he appears to have nothing at all in common Colette beautifully delineates the gradual rotting of their menage Gigi is also creepy but is less wonderful If I could rate these novellas separately I would give The Cat five stars and Gigi three