✫ La Remontée des cendres Author Tahar Ben Jelloun – Marjoriejane.co.uk

La Remontée des cendres chapter 1 La Remontée des cendres, meaning La Remontée des cendres, genre La Remontée des cendres, book cover La Remontée des cendres, flies La Remontée des cendres, La Remontée des cendres 47bc747d162c9 The Violence Of War Is Rendered Immediate And Vividly Personal In This Powerful Book By One Of North Africa S Premier Writers And Intellectuals The Human Devastation Wrought Upon Iraqis In The Gulf War And Upon Palestinian Refugees In Lebanon And The Occupied Territories Is Captured In A Quietly Unrelenting, Essential Act Of Remembering That Balances Lyricism With Horror.Tahar Ben Jelloun, Poet, Novelist, And Professor, Was Born And Raised In Fez, Morocco, And Has Lived And Worked In France Since 1971 Winner Of The Prix Goncourt In 1987, He Is The Author Of Numerous Works Of Fiction, Poetry, And Critique.


10 thoughts on “La Remontée des cendres

  1. says:

    Although Jelloun composed these pieces in direct response to the atrocities of the Gulf War, the overarching message of his poetry soars beyond that The reader may find meaning in a war of any age, any race, any people Jelloun s outrage cries beyond the borders set by the status quo to unite a worldwide readership Julie LeBlanc, Counterpoise Poetry written out of anger or outrage, or to express political convictions, doesn t often last as long as that, but this book remains raw, painful, and effective Geoff Wisner, The Quarterly Conversation Riveting, heartfelt, and a bit sobering, The Rising of the Ashes is masterfully translated by Cullen Goldblatt and makes a strong choice for readers The Midwest Book Review Tahar Ben Jelloun has grappled with the necessity to not abbreviate the human...


  2. says:

    3 5Lorsque je lis les mots souvenirs et m moires, mes yeux prennent toujours un temps consid rable se d faire de leur puissance comme si j tais absorb e dans un typhon de r miniscences, comme si je pouvais toucher du doigt quelque chose qui m est loin...


  3. says:

    Never mawkish Always alert This was my introduction to Ben Jelloun it struck me with the quiet blows of well written, meditative lines and memorable images While I appreciated the somber memorials, in particular I felt the power of his contemporary epic length title poem, The Rising of the Ashes, on the dead of the Gulf War It won t be the last I read from him Ben Jelloun has the last words A very old suffering makes our breath pitiful The poet is one who risks words The poet sets them down in order to breathe This does not make the night...


  4. says:

    J aime pas la po sie surtout quand elle est crite en fran ais et elle raconte l histoire d un pays de Golfe Il faut s int resser son pays et ses malheurs avant tout, on un Anfgou qui vit d un tat qui est pire de celui de l Irak, Palestine, Darfouretc Je suis d sol...


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