Jean-Paul Rouve only very rarely opens up about his private life. His former partner Bénédicte Martin has already deviated from the rule to evoke an explosive cocktail that she swallows daily.
In 2003, the Contrepoint prize awarded Warm Up, the first book of. It was the start of a second career for the young 25-year-old novelist, previously a dresser in fashion shows while pursuing a university course in philosophy. “I quickly understood that this notoriety did not extend beyond Paris, that it lasted two months at most, and that a small writer hunted another every quarter in this environment, will she explain in 2018 in an interview with Gonzai. After that, I took a step back, met my son’s father and stopped going out.” Bénédicte Martin crossed paths with Jean-Paul Rouve (Podium, our happy days, The Tuches…). From her romance with the ex-Robin Hood was born a son, Clotaire, in 2007. She then just published her second book, Prospects of paradiseof the ” love news which confirm her literary talent, a gift that she puts to good use in the press.
A feather that she also feeds with an explosive cocktail, as she has already confided to Gonzaï: “I get drunk atSince twenty years. It’s a crutch. After trying a lot of stuff, Xanax is finally what works best for me. Many booze to write; me, it didn’t work for me. Prozac and Xanax make a good little duo ; It balances me out to death.” This unorthodox diet would thus give him “the impression of living in a sort of pastel halo” She continues: “Besides, it’s a legal drug. And even my doctor thinks I write well on benzodiazepines.” A medicinal cuisine that is not only legal, but also “balanced” when we know the appetite of other famous writers for opiates: thus Cocteau and his increased consumption of opium for, according to him, “take care of something other than life, death“, Guy de Maupassant and his addiction to ether, Robert Louis Stevenson and his taste for cocaine “stimulating” or even of Jean-Paul Sartre and Corydrane, a stimulant which would have helped him to write his Critique of dialectical reason…
This shot that deeply annoys the mother of Jean-Paul Rouve’s son
“It stuffs me to play the erotic-feminist writer on duty“ton Bénédicte Martin in Gonzai. Often presented as an heiress of Simone de Beauvoir in the media, the novelist points to a “pack phenomenon“Dangerous. She explains:”I also have the impression that being a feminist today is so easy, so conventional… it’s proper to be a feminist; we even make t-shirts from it at Dior“A rampant consumerism that also often serves as a cover for an all-consuming ambition.”The smallest American actress now claims to be a feminist for a career“, launches Bénédicte Martin. Is feminism overused? The novelist’s cash response: “I rather think that all women are feminists in their own way; it is an individual thing; if someone annoys me, I have always known and I will still know how to defend myself. I am a feminist on my own; I have nothing to preach.” Bénédicte Martin has a very clear opinion on a thorny subject: “I also find that this current movement, which consists of “swinging your pig”, is counter-productive. In France, gray areas exist and should not be regulated; between gallantry and boorishness, we don’t really know…” The former companion of said to prefer “cavalier characters”.