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The Locker Room

Timothé Le Boucher


Publisher's summary Life Drawn

The boys discover the renovated premises in a flurry of embarrassment and mockery: foggy glass windows, pink toilets… and communal showers! It becomes a special place where adult authority vanishes and primal instincts can be expressed in their rawest, most brutal form: aggression, adolescent sexuality, mockery, bullying... What is simulated within the locker room is a micro-society without boundaries, with an uncertain equilibrium—complete with fearsome leaders and lower class losers. Far from a teenage soap opera, this is an authentic testament to puberty.

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The Locker Room