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Against the Pollution of the I: Selected Writings of Jacques Lusseyran

by Jacques Lusseyran

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0930407466, Hardcover)

Six little-known essays by the blind French author and Resistance leader Jacques Lusseyran, gathered together for the first time in English. Four of the six essays are based on Lusseyran’s experiences both during and after university life as a professor of literature and philosophy in Europe and in the United States.

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Despite being blinded as a child, Jacques Lusseyran went on to help form a key unit of the French Resistance - and survive the Nazis' Buchenwald concentration camp. He wrote about these experiences in his inspiring memoir And There Was Light. In this remarkable collection of essays, Lusseyran writes of how blindness enabled him to discover aspects of the world that he would not otherwise have known. In "Poetry in Buchenwald," he describes the unexpected nourishment he and his fellow prisoners found in poetry. In "What One Sees Without Eyes" he describes a divine inner light available to all. Just as Lusseyran transcended his most difficult experiences, his writings give triumphant voice to the human ability to see beyond sight and act with unexpected heroism.… (more)

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