Femme Quotes by Françoise Sagan
Françoise Sagan (real name Francoise Quoriez) was a French playwright, novelist and screenwriter. Best known for her book Bonjour Tristesse (Hello Sadness), which she wrote when she was eighteen, published in 1954. Sagan's work highlighted romantic themes involving disillusioned, but wealthy bourgeois characters. During its time critics raved that it was "vulgar" especially since the author was a mere teenager. Anything that is described as "vulgar" reading only means that it's good (in the same fashion that Americans critiqued of J.D Salinger's Catcher In the Rye).
A few quotes by Françoise that resonates well to the modern day woman's lives and loves.
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