Oscar and the Lady in Pink : Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt :The book is composed of letters by a ten year old boy, who addresses them to God. They are encouraged by "Mamie Rose," the Lady in Pink of the title, who visits him in the hospital in a pink uniform worn by volunteers on the children's ward. The letters describe twelve days in the life of Oscar and are filled with funny, moving characters. These twelve days are to be his last, but thanks to Mamie Rose, who forms a close and affectionate bond with Oscar, they are to become legendary as Oscar "ages" ten years each day. Oscar has several friends in this novel, including "Pop Corn," "Bacon, because he's burnt " and "Einstein he's got a big head. He falls in love with "Peggy Blue," another patient who is entirely blue due to her sickness. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt born 28 March is a Franco — Belgian playwright, short story writer and novelist, as well as a film director. His plays have been staged in over fifty countries all over the world. Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt's parents were teachers of physical education and sport, and his father later became a physiotherapist and masseur in paediatric hospitals. He was also a French boxing champion while his mother was a medal-winning runner. His grandfather was an artisan jeweller. According to Schmitt, however, it was philosophy that saved him and taught him to be himself and to feel that he was free.
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