Amélie Nothomb (born on August 13rd, 1967 with Kōbe with the Japan), of its true name Fabienne Nothomb, is a Belgian écrivaine of French language. Girl of the baron Patrick Nothomb, ambassador of Belgium, it remains thus with the Japan, which makes on it a deep impression, in China, with the the United States, in South Asia Is. Since 1992, it publishes at Albin Michel a book per annum, that is to say 15 novels and a play ( the Fuels , 1994) to date.
BiographyAmélie Nothomb tells part of its childhood in its novel Métaphysique of the tubes , Sabotage in love and Biographie with the hunger . Girl of Belgian diplomat Patrick Nothomb, her childhood is rythmée by ceaseless removals with the liking of the paternal assignments. Born with the Japan, country to which it remains attached viscéralement, at the point to regard its departure as a “exile” and to have sought, adult, to settle there definitively, Amélie moves then for the China before leaving for New York then to return in South Asia Is.
It finishes its humanities at the Institute Marie Immaculée Montjoie in Uccle for then starting the studies of Romance Philologie to the Universit3e libre de Bruxelles.
Aggregate, it turns over to Tōkyō and enters a Japanese large company. After this painful experiment that it lovesong in Stupor and tremors , it returns to Belgium and publishes Hygiène of the assassin at Albin Michel, in 1992. It is the fulgurating beginning of success. From now on, Amélie Nothomb can live writing, its passion. It devotes at least four hours per day to it and known as to write three novels to publish one of them per annum; others being according to it too personal. Also saying “pregnant its novels”, Amélie Nothomb is a singular author… It says to write since the seventeen years age.
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