By Guy de Maupassant
Entre 1880 et 1887, Maupassant voyage sur les rivages de l. a. Méditerranée – Côte d’Azur, Corse, Italie, Afrique du Nord… – et adresse aux gazettes parisiennes le récit de ses pérégrinations. Ces chroniques, ici choisies et commentées par Henri Mitterand, composent un magazine de bord passionnant, où Maupassant décrit avec los angeles précision du journaliste et raconte avec le expertise de l’écrivain. Depuis plus d’un siècle, tant de choses ont changé, et pourtant… los angeles strength d’évocation de Maupassant est telle qu’il nous fait respirer le parfum des roses, naviguer dans los angeles brise du soir, chevaucher dans le désert, dormir à l. a. belle étoile… Lire ses chroniques, c’est découvrir en sa compagnie des terres étrangères, écrasées de soleil, qui conservent tout leur mystère et leur beauté. los angeles lettre et l. a. plume, une assortment qui marie littérature et histoire au travers d’ écrits intimes (mémoires, correspondances, journaux, chroniques...) d’une grande qualité littéraire.
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18 Chapter 2 In autobiographical manifestos, then, subjects either appropriate or contest sovereignty. That is, subjects appropriate a space in the central standpoint from which to report their experiences, and in so doing create their own identities, ignoring the exclusionary politics that have allowed the universal subject to assert its primacy; or they contest sovereignty by rejecting the idea of the universal subject, asserting that their individual identity is more valid than their consignment to an anonymous collectivity.
That finger seemed to grow, thicken and harden, thrust up and at us, a phallic symbol to spur us . . 43 Later she states that it was not until after her parents separated that she realized what the middlefinger gesture meant in everyday use, and that her father obviously knew the meaning. But, she says, she still does not know what message he was trying to impart to his children: “Were we to become number one and go out and intentionally fuck the world? If we didn’t, would life fuck us? Was he intentionally trying sending his children a mixed message?
However, in answering the first question, we need to consider the idea that such content is directly related to the impulse that drives the writer of the text. Smith states that “[t]he very impetus for contemporary autobiographical manifestos . . ”49 The impact of the political on the personal and the conflict that arises from it drives the writing of an autobiographical manifesto. For the writer of the autobiographical manifesto, the binary opposition between what is personal and what is political is a conflicted relationship for which there is no easy division; there is no obvious boundary between the two areas.