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Robert Mitchum ne revient pas

by Jean Hatzfeld

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"Au printemps 1992, les Serbes encerclent Sarajevo. Vahidin et Marija, deux athlaetes de l'aequipe de tir yougoslave, s'entra?inent en praevision des jeux Olympiques de Barcelone. Tous deux sont bosniaques, et amants ; lui est musulman, elle est serbe. Ils vivent aa Ilideza, une banlieue de Sarajevo, sans s'?etre jamais souciaes de leurs origines. Pourtant, ils vont ?etre brutalement saeparaes par le siaege, puis au fil des mois enr?olaes dans des camps opposaes en raison de leurs exceptionnels dons pour le tir. Jean Hatzfeld reconstitue l'atmosphaere de Sarajevo sous les bombardements, le basculement des mentalitaes, il paenaetre dans l'univers des tireurs d'aelite, il daecrit leurs techniques, leur adaptation aa la topographie urbaine. Mais c'est avec les armes du romancier qu'il nous permet de vivre une tragaedie contemporaine, aa travers la malaediction qui frappe deux amoureux pris malgrae eux dans l'engrenage guerrier."--Page 4 of cover.… (more)

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