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By Brigitte Haentjens

Un grand amour est mort. Plus rien ne subsiste, sauf l'omniprésence douloureuse de l'absence. remark recomposer le corps éclaté ? Où retrouver l. a. sérénité ? l. a. peine est si profonde que tout réconfort semble futile.

Pourtant, à strength d'apprivoiser los angeles douleur à chaque tournant du quotidien, on renoue avec l. a. vie. On apprend à subir le memento d'un amour qui aurait dû être autre selected qu'un espoir déçu.

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je ne pourrais pas écrire sur l. a. peine d'amour
elle est trop fulgurante

c'est l'après qui dure
l'écho du cri en dedans qui déchire tout
les nuits et les jours pour retrouver le corps éparpillé et
tous les lambeaux dispersés par l'éclatement

il faut seulement marcher à quatre pattes
c'est à peu près los angeles seule place endurable quand on a mal au
ventre

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Faulkner describes this hunting in completely flat language. TIie Negro is finally recaptured, and given a bowl bf water to arint<. As he irinks thirsrily,- the wate-r rl-opr- over his chin and cuts paths down through the caked mud on his body. This is the end of the itory; the horror -"of the Negro being- buried alive - is left to the imaginati"on. ehow get his own back on 'reality'. He doesn't like the world he lives in. ) He prefers turning to the past. And, like Invecraft, hq lpends much of hiJ creative life making ihrt past more circumstantial and credible.

Unfortunatelp the worlcl is not writtcn hy an author, so there is no point in gazmg passively at one's experiences ancl waiting for the ltut contin"*a to_expound it for the past twEnff years. "irtence'. Most of his works are drarnas of cleoice. oty lrrd full of disgust as Greene's. Itsopeningstory,,trntirnaCYi,clealswithafrigid womanoflesbiantendencieswhohasmarriedanimpotentrnanIe. cause he rnakes no physical demands; she leaves hirn teinporarily for a lover, blt_ goe_s hack to him. Sartre goes to a great deal if trouble to focus all kinds of Cistasteful detail of physilal intimacl,, trying to defeat the rnlnd's tendency to impose u ri*iral meaning oi, tlu*"r" bh* 7o 7t faculty * perhaps because he has a low opinion of himself - he would find hirnseXf in the position of being bullicd by the physical world, crushed by it.

Ft * Its human position; how it takes place ", Tflhile someone is eating or opening a window or iust walking dully along. . But it should be noteC that Flemingway pushed the method to its Iimits, and stitrl refused_to drop it. Th; technique of hints and understaternents c*3 be applied CI{rly to a narrod variety of situations. There has to be sorrre powerful emotion with which the reader ca; sympathise. The technique is at its most rnoving in A Farewell to Arms where the hero, instead of describing his afrny after the death of Catherine, merely rnentions that he walf,ed UaCt to the hotel in the rain.

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