Albert Memmi's death. And with him a particular style, an extraordinary exercise of lucidity, a memory of the Maghreb, France, the jewish experience in north african. To the loss, some added, however, the homage biased. A whole week, for the chronicler, to read what they thought of this man and his commitments, recalling that he had been the painter's true of the colonized and the colonizer, digging up the pain of the appearances of his time, and the misfortunes of a century poorly paid. But Memmi, it is not restrained, on his fresh grave, that which often arranges certainties (and c...Article reserved to subscribers
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Illustration : dusault for "The Point"
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