Louis de Bernieres - Quotes

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In reality the world is as full of bad mothers as it is of bad fathers, and it is not the motherless children who become delinquent but the fatherless ones. ---->>>

The human heart likes a little disorder in its geometry. ---->>>

Family law is institutionally anti-male. I've been lobbying MPs, and I'm not going to give up campaigning for equality until I get equality. ---->>>

People taking photographs of their meals are not critics; they are from the United States. ---->>>

What keeps me going is my children. ---->>>

When you have children it completely shifts your focus; they become the most passionate love of your life. ---->>>

An adversarial family law system raises the stakes unnecessarily high, exacerbates the antagonism of the couples concerned, and is directly responsible for making it impossible for couples who would otherwise have reconciled to do so. ---->>>

Like many men, I am not ashamed to admit that my principal joys are domestic. I love cooking, and I love looking after my children. Indeed, the times that I have with them are the only ones when I feel unconditionally happy. ---->>>

So the news that divorced fathers are to be denied a legal right to a relationship with their children, in the long overdue review of family law published this week, fills me with horror and despair. ---->>>

Setting up a community and seeing what happens to it when the megalomaniacs get busy: that's my main preoccupation. ---->>>

The De Bernieres were very military. I broke the military tradition but I was terribly proud of my father being a soldier. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: British
Born: 12-08, 1954
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Occupation: Novelist
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Louis de Bernières (born 8 December 1954) is a British novelist most famous for his fourth novel, Captain Corelli's Mandolin. In 1993 de Bernières was selected as one of the "20 Best of Young British Novelists", part of a promotion in Granta magazine. Captain Corelli's Mandolin was published in the following year, winning the Commonwealth Writers Prize for Best Book (wikipedia)