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Title:Le Vieil Homme et la Mer
Format Type:Ebook
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Publisher:Folio
ISBN:2070360075
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Number of Pages:148
Category:classics, fiction, literature, novels

Le Vieil Homme et la Mer by Ernest Hemingway, Jean Dutourd

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Le Vieil Homme et la Mer La mer abrite des millions de poissons mais le vieux p cheur n a rien pris depuis quatre vingt cinq jours Elle s tend l infini les c tes cubaines s loignent inexorablement et pourtant il s agit d un roman de l enfermement i Le Vieil Homme et la mer i durant trois jours entiers se retrouvent face face Rare l ment f minin dans ce r cit qui oppose deux volont s viriles et o la douceur maternelle provient d un gamin la mer est le lieu du lien Lien entre le vieil homme et l espadon entre le p cheur et la vie lien entre le retour et le d part l eau est un lieu de s jour transitoire entre la vie et la mort A peine un purgatoire car l on imagine mal cet homme l me sublime avoir commis aucun p ch la mer fait surgir en lui des sentiments d amour profond de respect pour la vie mais aussi de manque et de lassitude Les expressions reviennent sans cesse les images sont r currentes et la voix parle l esprit dont elle mane Les poissons volent comme mus par la tension incessante de l esprit qui ne tient plus qu un fil t nu corde de ligne band e jusqu la limite Dans cet univers de r p tition le langage iris de reflets d argent semble na tre d un path tique besoin d mancipation i Sana Tang L opold Wauters i

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