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Parleur ou les chroniques d'un rêve enclavé (1997)

by Ayerdhal

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Même si l'aventure y est aussi présente, Parleur est avant tout une fable politique, un conte sociologique situé dans un pays imaginaire mais inspiré de la Commune et d'autres mouvements insurrectionnels.[...]En choisissant l'aventure et l'imaginaire pour faire de cette réflexion un roman distrayant et stimulant, en évitant de nous infliger un didactisme pesant ou un message simpliste, cette fable s'avère en fin de compte pleinement convaincante.
 
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A Marco Delanghe,
samouraï sans maîtres et sans gages
qui parcourt le monde
à la recherche d'une province où il n'y aurait
ni suzerain ni seigneur ni vassal ni serf,
un coin de Terre, en somme,
qui aurait échappé à la féodalisation
dont nos très illusoires démocraties
sont les plus fervents promoteurs,
sous la coupe réglée
d'une oligarchie de vieillards jaloux
et de concupiscents jeunes loups.
Ce havre, mon ami,
je crains qu'il ne nous faille le construire
d'urgence et partout.
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Il est arrivé au matin, au petit matin, le cinquième jour de la fermentation, quand le miel prend sa première amertume.
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