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Completed items. With three years yet to live, Stalin spends several days in his native Georgia. The Vodieva, who has been his mistress for a long time, joins him in the decadent palace where he is staying. Insomnia, infinite questioning, infinite waiting.
Jean-Daniel Baltassat approaches Stalin as writer, with a remarkable evocative power where imagination takes over from historical truth. The man who had just crossed the frontier without the police knowing, on that 23rd of July, , was a dead man. Dead to threats, blackmail, little schemes. A dead man who will make love before 8 days would come to a close.
While exiled in Switzerland, Gustave Courbet gave himself to the great pleasures of life: he painted, he partied, and he bathed in rivers and lakes. One is bewitched by the freedom of this body, whose wake untangles the lanes of the borough, of this big belly which slowly parts waters, valleys and woods. When he was painting, Courbet would plunge his face in nature, his eyes, his lips, his nose, both his hands, at the risk of going astray, but most of all of being dazzled, uplifted, freed from himself. This period is usually summed up in two facts —Courbet stops painting and he kills himself with drinking — but there is a much longer story to tell.
This secret, tested in the fire of la Commune de Paris, is the contagious joy of a man who is the master of himself. David Bosc was born in in Carcassonne, south of France. He lives and works in Switzerland where he works as an editor. Around 10, copies of La Claire fontaine were sold in France and francophone territories thus far.
Beirut, Marsad neighborhood, Khattar is a Christian notable whose family is in the marble industry. This elopement is bad news for him since he is obsessed with the transmission of his patrimony. The kidnapping comes to a sudden end after the two lovers try to marry secretly. Forced to turn out Hamid, Khattar watches the world around him slowly change: Lebanon sinks deep into war, between and the end of the s. Isolated, abandoned by his family, the last lord of Marsad is at the heart of the convulsions of a country given over to militia and chaos.
The wind of History blows through this romanesque fresco which is also a fable on the vanity of strength and power. On the outskirts of a burgeoning town that all trails lead to, a fresh breath is blowing over the inhospitable prairies of the Far West.
That breath belongs to Water-Running-Over-the-Plains, a young Indian woman whose clan was decimated and who has been using her skills as a healer for the good of both Whites and Indians ever since. And plenty of other characters whose singular fates, like the entwined strands of a colorful skein of wool, are woven into a boldly revisited Western tale in which that mythically untamed American landscape becomes a shared, still-permeable space open to all sorts of trafficking, transits and wanderings.
All of her books have been critically acclaimed for their demanding style and their narrative virtuosity. She is seen as one of the most unusual voices in contemporary literature. Bosnia, The novel describes the paths of two young men who have come from France to fight the Serbs. The first is named Joss Moskowski, known as Mosko.
The son of Polish communist immigrants, he meets at University a Muslim fellow student who will set him on the path of Islam. When the conflict breaks out in Yugoslavia, he joins the mujahidin who are firmly determined to save their Bosniac brothers. The son of Yugoslav immigrants, he arrived in a housing project of the suburbs of Rouen Normandy as a teenager. With no hope for a professional future, he joins the Foreign Legion where he meets other ex-Yugoslavs and becomes a disciplined and effective soldier. When the war begins, he decides to go to Bosnia to fight the Serbs.
And so he encounters Mosko….