Fields of Peace - From Despair of WWI to hope for mankind 2020 - Poche

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There are no words to describe the violence, the madness of war, of an era... And yet, throughout the pages, Patrick Charriez has managed to make poetry... Lire la suite
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There are no words to describe the violence, the madness of war, of an era... And yet, throughout the pages, Patrick Charriez has managed to make poetry out of this part of our world history. Words are our lives. They conceptualize our thoughts, they belong to our daily life, but we rarely measure their scope, their strength ... Did we have to live all this to dive back into our "family" album and find everything that unites us ? More than 100 years later, the traces of the Great War remain like an indelible ink in our memory, which sank Europe and the rest of the world in its wake.
In order never to forget the high price paid in the First World War, the author has selected vintage photographs that magnify his words and thoughts, thus creating a sublime ode to peace and brotherhood, as well as to the memory of these fighters for the freedom. Abstract : "I was deeply convinced that Madelon He never chose his adoption camp To dispense your affection, And that the only victory in singing was that of ...
love ".

Caractéristiques

  • Date de parution
    26/10/2020
  • Editeur
  • Collection
  • ISBN
    978-2-7146-0074-5
  • EAN
    9782714600745
  • Format
    Poche
  • Présentation
    Dos carré collé
  • Nb. de pages
    53 pages
  • Poids
    0.09 Kg
  • Dimensions
    12,8 cm × 19,8 cm × 0,4 cm

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There are no words to describe the violence, the madness of war, of an era... And yet, throughout the pages, Patrick Charriez has managed to make poetry out of this part of our world history. Words are our lives. They conceptualize our thoughts, they belong to our daily life, but we rarely measure their scope, their strength ... Did we have to live all this to dive back into our "family" album and find everything that unites us ? More than 100 years later, the traces of the Great War remain like an indelible ink in our memory, which sank Europe and the rest of the world in its wake.
In order never to forget the high price paid in the First World War, the author has selected vintage photographs that magnify his words and thoughts, thus creating a sublime ode to peace and brotherhood, as well as to the memory of these fighters for the freedom. Abstract : "I was deeply convinced that Madelon He never chose his adoption camp To dispense your affection, And that the only victory in singing was that of ...
love ".

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