La République de Mek-Ouyes by Jacques Jouet

By Jacques Jouet

Déçu par l. a. vie et par l. a. République de France, René Pascale-Sylvestre, ancien chauffeur de préfet puis de sous-préfet, pour l'heure chauffeur routier, décide de changer de vie et de nom. Son épouse (Thérèse) et lui se séparent. Il s'appellera dorénavant Mek-Ouyes. Il arrête son camion sur une aire d'autoroute (l'aire de los angeles bouscaille) ; il s'empare de son chargement, extrêmement brilliant de tricoruzène défoliant ; il fonde, sur cette aire, l. a. République de Mek-Ouyes. Le monde entier s'intéresse à los angeles République de Mek-Ouyes. Des individus soutiennent solidairement Mek-Ouyes dans sa décision. On lui apporte du vin et des vivres. Le Lesotho et les États-Unis reconnaissent l. a. République de Mek-Ouyes et envoient des ambassadeurs. Bien d'autres États suivent leur exemple. Un véritable village diplomatique se crèe à côté de los angeles République de Mek-Ouyes, avec tout ce qu'il faut, y compris un bordel qui est tenu par Thérèse elle-même... Pendant ce temps, Alexandre, vieil ami et confrère de Mek-Ouyes, convoie, pour des raisons humanitaires, 500 pioches au Rubamgué (Afrique) et se retrouve au cœur d'une guerre civile. Pendant ce temps, Abdel fait des pieds et des mains pour devenir citoyen de los angeles République de Mek-Ouyes. Pendant ce temps, Mek-Ouyes fait l. a. connaissance, intra muros, d'un sanglier philosophe. remark va réagir l. a. République de France? Que vont tramer les puissances occultes qui s'intéressent au tricoruzène défoliant, pensant qu'il représente une resource d'énergie ou de dissuasion militaire importantes?

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There is no praise from strangers to be got here,” Senora Teresa said tragically. “Avanti! Yes! That is all he cares for. To be first somewhere—somehow—to be first with these English. They will be showing him to everybody. ’ ” She laughed ominously. “What a name! What is that? Nostromo? ” 20 Nostromo Meantime Giorgio, with tranquil movements, had been unfastening the door; the flood of light fell on Signora Teresa, with her two girls gathered to her side, a picturesque woman in a pose of maternal exaltation.

Then Signora Teresa, all in black, issuing from another door, advanced, portly and anxious, inclining her fine black-browed head, opening her arms and crying in a profound tone— “Giorgio! thou passionate man! Misericordia Divina! In the sun like this! ” At her feet the hens made off in all directions, with immense strides; if there were any engineers from up the line staying in Sulaco, a young English face or two would appear at the billiard room occupying one end of the house; but at the other end, in the café, Luis, the mulatto, took good care not to show himself.

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