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The work was published in with four other short stories in a collection entitled The Wall. The work tells the story of Lucien Fleurier, since his early childhood, where his entourage finds him beautiful and cute, to the point of sometimes confusing him with a girl,  until the end of adolescence, when he understood that he would be a "leader". It is after observing the respect he imposes by deliberately refusing to shake hands with a Jew that he understands how he will become a leader, a concern that had been with him since childhood because his father owns a factory and intends him to take over. Although written in the third person, the work presents Lucien's story in an introspective perspective, following the meanders of his thoughts, perceptions and observations as he experiences them. These are presented in a somewhat impressionistic way, in chronological order but without precise time references, with generally short and factual sentences and long and sometimes heteroclite paragraphs, without chapters or any other division.
The very wordof the title, Himalaya , evokes both exotic Eastern cultures and landscapes of impossibly high, snow-topped mountains. Both are offered generously in this visually stunning film made by Eric Valli, a Frenchman who has lived in Nepal since At the center of the story is a caravan. The mountain people cannot raise enough grain to feed their community throught the long winter. With a herd of yaks carrying sacks of salt, they trek to more temperate lowlands in the South where they can trade the salt for grain. It is a journey of survival and, of course, a metaphor for the journey of life.