Sophocle et la philosophie du drame chez les Grecs (French Edition)

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A novel that explores several themes: Filiation, Father-son relationships, guilt, the place left to free will, transformations and defacements of the Istanbul society How about you? It is this eternal opposition of the father and son that orhan pamuk chose as a driver for this novel with, as in any dramatic work that respects itself, the presence of a female figure to sustain the tragedy: the woman with red hair A special wink also to our reader who dyed his hair in red and made us enjoy his beautiful research on the symbolic of the eye and enucleation in literature as well as in Greek and Egyptian mythology.

November meeting of the CLR 1 around "the delicacy". Delicacy of the delicate adjective E. From the Latin Delicatus.

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Sharing of wild experiences between the members of the reading circle around the "delicacy" by letting yourself fail on the shore of all the possibilities of this word Between Death, Russian authors, ties, one or two polish, hair, an Austrian painter, Apricot, an Italian author film, Purple, a cow, teeth, a cemetery, German philosophers It's a total immersion in this particular universe and so C'est ce soir!

It's tonight! Discovery for some, replay for others, this historical novel was for the circle the occasion of a philosophical journey inside the 12th Century between cordoba and fez passing through Spain, ceuta, Marrakech, Rome, Venice, Egypt and Jerusalem. The opportunity also to discuss the convergence and differences of the three monotheistic religions, the philosophical body of Aristotle and the various paths of faith and reason that lead to the truth. Freedom to think, otherness, travel and tolerance: Four Master-words and sons of this novel which have largely found echo in the discussion and exchanges between the members of the reading circle, some of which nevertheless raised some criticism about this book :: - a higher thickness given to the character of ibn rochd. Nevertheless, this novel remains a beautiful literary and historical experience as well as a good introduction to the study of rationalist philosophy born in this 12th Century Andalusia thanks to these genius thinkers who served as smugglers of Greek philosophy in West.

In a unique literary style short phrases, never going beyond a line and clamors in the form of an epic poem , foenkinos can tell us his passion see her obsession for this young painter "Charlotte Salomon" who died at 26 And on which fate is unleashed with rare relentless. Despite a crazy succession of tragedy, Charlotte reussit to transcend her suffering through an pictorial work of more than Gouaches. Synesthete, Charlotte points out each of her works of numbers, words and pieces of music.

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Sensing its close end, she starts painting every day with an uncontrollable frenzy. When the time comes, she will think about saving her work before saving her skin by entrusting all of her paintings to her friend, m moridis, with this only order that sounds like an emergency: " keep them well! It's all my life! From the beginning of the novel, the tone is given: " Charlotte learned to read her first name on a grave.

So she's not the first Charlotte.

There was first his aunt, his mother's sister. The two sisters are very united, until a night of November.

Franziska and Charlotte sing together, dance, laugh too. It's never extravagant. There is a modesty in their exercise of happiness.

It may be related to their father's personality. A rigid intellectual, art and antiques lover. In his eyes, nothing has more interest than a Roman dust. Their mother is sweeter.