By Claude Ollier
Deux histoires se croisent dans ce livre, s'y relaient, échangeant leurs incertitudes, leurs questionnements, leurs frayeurs, leurs pressentiments.
La première renvoie à un passé récent : elle se déroule en Allemagne dans les dernières années de los angeles seconde guerre mondiale.
La seconde anticipe un futur proche : le tournant du siècle. Elle se passe dans une contrée paisible, un petit village des Causses.
Dans les deux cas, un homme - adolescent, puis adulte - vit une série d'événements exceptionnels qui excèdent sa compréhension, le prenant totalement au dépourvu et le faisant douter de tout ce qu'il a appris et vénéré.
S'il y a ecu une rémission voici un demi-siècle, passé l'orage de l. a. guerre, elle semble avoir été vécue comme un sursis : une grande ombre à nouveau gagne le continent, dans le silence cette fois-ci, l'indifférence presque - éclipse peut-être, ou obscuration sturdy, opaque, indéchiffrable.
L'ouvrage, publié en 1988 sous le titre de Déconnection, est réédité aujourd'hui sous son titre refusé à l'époque par le preferable éditeur.
Read Online or Download Obscuration (Déconnection) PDF
Best fiction_1 books
The grasp of the sport is again, with one other pulse-pounding event that includes the unstoppable Sean Dillon
Whilst checking up at the risky state of affairs in Kosovo the USA President's right-hand guy Blake Johnson meets significant Harry Miller, a member of the British cupboard. Miller is there doing his personal tests for the British leading Minister. whilst either males get entangled with a gaggle of Russian squaddies approximately to devote an atrocity, Miller places and finish to the scuffle with a bullet within the brow of the ring-leader. yet this motion has dire outcomes not just for Miller and Johnson yet their affiliates too, together with Britain's Sean Dillon, and the entire approach to the head of the British, Russian and usa governments. loss of life begets loss of life, and revenge leads basically to revenge, and earlier than the chain response of occasions is over, many may be useless. ..
Those sixteen tales of the dramatic occasions of revolution and civil warfare mirror an identical concept that produced Sholokhov's nice novel And Quiet Flows the Don.
Britt Else Buberg, una mujer de fifty seven años, es hallada muerta delante del edificio donde residía en el séptimo piso, en las afueras de Oslo. ¿Un suicidio? period una character muy solitaria que sólo mantenía contacto con una anciana que vivía en una residencia próxima.
Sorceress. Seductress. Schemer. Cleopatra's daughter is the single lady with the ability to damage an empire. .. Having survived her perilous adolescence as a royal captive of Rome, Selene pledged her loyalty to Augustus and swore she could develop into his own Cleopatra. Now the younger queen faces an doubtful future in a international land.
Extra info for Obscuration (Déconnection)
The warrior’s bed was made ready for him at once; no trouble was spared. ’ The host ordered his men to depart. The beds of the guest’s pages lay in a circle around his own, with their heads next to it, as was Gahmuret’s custom. Tall candles stood there, burning brightly. It irked the warrior that the night lasted so long. The black Mooress, that country’s queen, Book I caused him to swoon again and again. He twisted and turned, time and again, like a bundle of willow twigs, his joints cracking.
Both their deaths will trouble me forever. Grief blooms upon my loyalty. ’ Parzival Gahmuret’s immediate thought was that, although she was a heathen, a more womanly and loyal disposition had never glided into a woman’s heart. Her chastity was a pure baptism, as was the rain which poured upon her, the ﬂood that ﬂowed from her eyes down upon her sable and her breast. Contrition’s cult was her delight, and true grief’s doctrine. She told him more: ‘Then, from across the sea, the King of the Scots attacked me with his army.
Gaschier the Norman brought him there––he was courteous, his father was a Frenchman. He was Kaylet’s sister’s son; he’d travelled in a woman’s service. Killirjacac was his name, a counterweight to all men’s beauty. When Gahmuret beheld him––their countenances attested their kinship, they resembled one another greatly––he asked the mighty queen to kiss and embrace him. ’ The host then kissed him himself––they were delighted to see one another. Gahmuret then said: ‘Alas, gentle youth, what were you doing here, being of such tender years?