Author(s): Nicolas Fargues
Ero dietro di te: you know what that means in English? It means I was behind you. She was actually sitting at a table behind us for the entire meal and she spent the whole time watching me without me realising. It's funny, but I'm starting to think that it wouldn't be stretching it to read something really symbolic into that phrase.
"A man, two women, talent, and a magnificient love story" Le Figaro "Should the ladies wish to know what thoughts run through the mind of a contemporary man, they need only open this little guide of uncertainty and furtive delights" Madame Figaro "This self-examination has finesse, relevance and courage in abundance" Frederic Beigbeder Technikart With I was behind you Nicolas Fargues has delivered a novel of great maturity. And this is due as much to his mastery of writing as to the treatment of his subjectA" Le Monde
Nicolas Fargues was born in 1972. He spent his childhood in Cameroun then Lebanon and Corsica, and studied at the Sorbonne where he completed a thesis on the Egyptian writer Georges Henein. He directed the Alliance Francaise of Diego-Suarez in Madagascar for 2 years before returning to France. He now lives and works in Paris.