by Didier Daeninckx

Les personnages de Daeninckx ne sont pas des héros, seulement des gens ordinaires qu'une curiosité, un tiers, un hasard, permettent de découvrir tout autres. Parfois ambigus, souvent révoltés magnifiques qui apportent leur pierre à l'oeuvre de justice dont rêvent les hommes. Rien n'échappe au regard en conscience de l'auteur qui sait débusquer la petite bassesse, l'ignominie des salauds ou le beau geste qui s'ignore. Avec la force d'évocation sûre qu'on lui connaît, sa manière d'épingler le détail qui fait la scène, en donne toute la tonalité, Daeninckx est l'un des rares écrivains du politique à tenir actif l'écheveau de la comédie humaine tendu vers son embellie..

Le dernier guerillero
Publisher
VERDIER
Type
book
Language
French
ISBN-13
9782864323204
ISBN-10
2864323206
Height
14 mm
Widht
141 mm
Lenght
220 mm
Weight
240 g
Format
Book
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