By Sylvie Nicolas
Le 25 août 1998, Sylvie Nicolas est à Montréal où elle participe au dévoilement d’un cahier pédagogique auquel elle a collaboré, intitulé Est-ce ainsi que les filles vivent ? Pendant ce temps, trois brokers de l. a. DPJ débarquent chez elle, à Québec, et enlèvent sa fille. Presque dix ans plus tard, l. a. poète parvient à tracer les ravages que causent les erreurs sur l. a. personne.
Un livre pour les amateurs de poésie, les aventuriers de l’image, les cascadeurs du mot ou de los angeles métaphore, escouade tactique de l. a. parole vivante et exilés en tous genres.
Ce recueil constitue avant tout l. a. transcription lente et mesurée de toutes les conséquences que cet enlèvement entraîne. On n’a pas idée à quel element l’univers de Kafka est à deux doigts de nombreuses réalités. Peut-être suffit-il de dire qu’il s’agit d’une femme qui se retrouve malgré elle dans les coulisses d’un théâtre d’ombres, dans un scénario qu’elle n’aurait jamais envisagé, campée dans un rôle qu’elle n’aurait su imaginer. Peut-être suffit-il d’ajouter que cette bifurcation de sa vie se joue en moins de dix mins. Et que tout ce qui a été vécu avant revient se lover dans chacun des instants qui s’écoulent.
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For blood, and rises on the looking sound,
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Of the six-pointed starlight, and can choir
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68 In an act of ‘symbolic regicide’,69 it replaces the king with man’s inalienable rights as the worthy focus of the devotion of the British people; it also transforms the song into an anthem of universalist rather than national sentiment. 71 A second version of Edward Williams’s song on the rights of man is also anthologized here, ‘Breiniau dyn (“Newgate Stanzas”)’ (Rights of man (‘Newgate Stanzas’); no. 21). indd 15 10/2/2012 10:51:33 AM 16 introduction songs by Williams it has been included here.
William Jones of Llangadfan lamented the conditions in his native county of Merionethshire, ‘y gilfach othrymedig yma’ (this oppressed corner),34 and in his correspondence he regularly employed a biblical metaphor for tyranny and subjugation: that of the chosen people (the downtrodden poor Welsh) suffering unjustly in Egypt (Wales/Britain) and fleeing to the land of promise (America). 36 Consequently, his awdl on liberty and oppression (no. 7) may be read within this immediate context of socioeconomic hardship as well as his politically radical sympathies.
7) may be read within this immediate context of socioeconomic hardship as well as his politically radical sympathies. 37 The same creative process of experimentation with vocabulary, followed by the legitimization and eventual fixing of the new terminology, also occurred in Welsh,38 and is glimpsed in the body of texts anthologized here. The clearest example is their term for ‘revolution’. ‘Y Chwyldro Ffrengig’ is the accepted term in Modern Welsh for the French Revolution, but in the early 1790s the Welsh expression for revolution itself had not yet stabilized, and Welsh poets of the age employ different terms for the same event: ‘chwyldroad’ (revolution; nos.
Dix minutes avant l'heure aux montres de Dali by Sylvie Nicolas