Break of Day
|Original title||La Naissance du jour|
Published in English
Elaine Marks reviewed the book for The New York Times in 1961: "It may well be that, for some, Colette's Break of Day will appear to be a slightly precious treatise on the themes of nature and love. For others, it may well be a source of strength, a poetic, that is to say a rhythmical, response to the difficulties of growing old and dying, written by a woman who grew old and who died with comparable dignity and grace."
- Title: Break of Day
- Author Colette
- Editor: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1961
- Pages Nº: 143 p.
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