The colour from the earth - Régine DetambelSold by Musée des Confluences
DescriptionFifty years after the closure of the prison, an extravagant story decides a journalist to go to Guyana. That of Pierre, an enlightened convict, capable of charming blue butterflies, sitting cross-legged on an ammonite, and who will eventually disappear, absorbed by the earth. "The most beautiful case of escape since the prison was a prison. What is this stone of a thousand colours capable of giving freedom? In a country marked by death and oblivion, a journalist sets out to meet the descendants of convicts who can shed light on the subject.
Régine Detambel, a trainer in creative bibliotherapy, has been the author since 1990 of a body of literary work published mainly by Julliard, Le Seuil and Gallimard. A Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres, she was also awarded the Prix Anna de Noailles by the Académie Française. In 2011, the Société des gens de lettres awarded her the Grand Prix Magdeleine-Cluzel for the whole of her work.
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Publisher: Musée des Confluences / Invenit
Author: Régine Detambel
Collection " Récits d'objets " Hélène Lafont-Couturier and Cédric Lesec
Binding : Paperback
Weight : 0,146 Kg
Language : French
Where to buy : Musée des Confluences bookshop and network of bookshops
- 18 x 14 cm
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