Caca’s Club 1984-1994
Price $55.00
Price $55.00
Description
“As ‘president for life,’ it is difficult to have any objectivity on this secret society that made hundreds of boys and girls from the nice neighborhoods of Paris drunk in the 1980s. Because of this club, I carried the reputation of a rich kid, a little jerk, a daddy’s boy. Flipping through this album will show you to what extent I sought and deserved it, fascinated with glorious elders who had burned life from every angle (Alfred de Musset, Antoine Blondin, Alain Pacadis, Charles Bukowski, etc.). At twenty, I was a snob and a sex addict. Caca’s Club thus satisfied a double frustration. For that alone, I have no regrets.” —Frédéric Beigbeder
Specs
7.5 in. x 10.5 in. – 19 x 26.5 cm | 192 pages | 200 illustrations | hardcover in a metallic pouch | available in French only | ISBN: 9782759407569 | Available in French only
About The Author
Frédéric Beigbeder is a writer, literary critic, filmmaker, and French television host. He is the creator of the Prix de Flore and chairs its jury, and he is also editorial director of Lui magazine. In 2003 he won the Interallié Prize for Windows on the World, and in 2009 he received the Prix Renaudot for his book Un roman français.

Guillaume Rappeneau is the nephew of famous film director Jean-Paul Rappeneau and a documentary producer. He comes from the world of media and has worked in marketing and advertising for La Cinq and for magazines Paris Match and Technikart.

Christophe Tison holds a degree in philosophy and is a journalist and writer. After working as a print journalist, he then worked in television. In his novel Résurrection, he recounts his nocturnal life with Caca’s Club, as well as his addiction to drugs and alcohol. He is also a literary critic and a jury member for the Prix de Flore.
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