Le Nouveau Magazine Littéraire - Press illustration
"Never without family"
The fall looks like a good time to settle scores at home. From Yann Moix to Olivier Adam by the way
by Lionel Duroy, parents do not come out of it grown up.
What is a memory? Is it a moment from the past that we remember, or is it a fraction of the subjective present, a pinhead of time on which the being in balance reinvents itself?
“The world was rusting. Behind the window, it was autumn. The air was turning yellow. Something inevitable was unfolding outside: the death of things. " Yann Moix describes himself here in his school
kindergarten, her consciousness floating between the classroom and the courtyard across the window. "In the classroom, lit by sizzling neon lights, I experienced, in the mouth, or more accurately in the back of the palate, a taste of almond and shelter."
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