How is it to be explained that a history, inherent in force of an ancient tragedy, could become such a großenErfolg? Because really gloomy stories that move beyond comforting Schauders of a thriller are usually not just a ticket for big public success. The novel n sleep you, too, is not a detective, even if re is a brutalesVerbrechen happening in it: a nanny murders children entrusted to her. The 1981in Morocco-born writer Leïla Slimani, who has lived since her AchtzehntenLebensjahr in Paris, was awarded not only with prestigious Prix Goncourt, but book also sold over half a million times. The rights went to 32 countries, and In Germany, too, novel landed on top of mirror bestseller list.
Slimani has called her second novel A "dark fairy tale for adults", great horror of which Gleichzu begins to reveal: "The baby is dead. A few seconds is enough. The Arzthat assures that it didn't have to suffer. They put it in a grey shell and pulled zipper over demverrenkten body, which drove in middle of toys. The little girl was still alive when paramedics came. (...) Adam's dead. Mila Wirdihren injuries. " The perpetrator is known, she stood Kindernnahe, Louise, indispensable nanny, who also wanted to kill herself, Abernun lies in a coma.Narrowed after birth
The end is subsequently Slimanis literary exploration: How could this catastrophe come about? If she now tells of couple Myriam and Paul Massé, who lives in 10th arrondissement of Paris, so-called Bobos – Bourgeois Bohemians –, in middle of thirty, looking for a care for his two children, n it is all about normalcy: Slimani beschreibtmit Accurate Eye A lot of parents-known, modern life reality. Unddarin is likely to be a significant moment in ir success.
Paul is a music producer who still has to wrestle with his career. Myriam feels cramped after birth of ZweitenKindes and wants to work as a lawyer again. Even as he responds to IhrenWunsch, namely with incomprehension, and how y n negotiate positions of AlsPaar, is likely to seem familiar to many. Of course, question is child care. Associated with Myriam's guilt feelings.
The solution is to Nannybringen: "None without papers, we agree?", said Paul pragmatically. I do not want anyone who is afraid to call police or go to Krankenhauszu if re is a problem. " A friend gives advice: "If EineKinder has, n better not here in France", because cupboards DieFlexibilität. Isn't that hostile to women? Myriam is uncomfortable, but her family is in first place.Boundless loneliness
Then Louise stands at door: at beginning of forty, an already grown-up daughter, widow. And it's just perfect. The children love m. It makes small apartment appear more spacious. " In a few weeks Louise has become indispensable for her. " Louise, "fairy". But Slimani weaves very early moments of anxiety when employing nanny writes: "She has silent dwelling in her violence, like einenFeind, begging for mercy."
Louise enters world derMassés-she wants to be part of family. For ir loneliness istgrenzenlos. And two, uncertain in ir position as employers undbemüht around supposed eye level, y even take on vacation. Letztlichaber don't care about life of Louis beyond your job AlsNanny.
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