Essays on love alain

De Botton has described his relationship with his father as difficult, stating: "When I sold my first bestseller (and a million dollars was peanuts for my father) he was not impressed and wondered what I was going to do with myself." [38] When his father died, his family was left a large trust fund , [39] although de Botton says his income is derived solely from his own activities (book sales, speaking engagements, business consulting, The School of Life). [40] [41] [42] Alain's stepmother Janet de Botton is a prominent patron of the arts and competition bridge player. [43] De Botton lives in London with his wife, Charlotte, and their two children. [44] [45]

Essays on love alain

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