By Amélie Nothomb
« Vint le second où l. a. souffrance des autres ne leur suffit plus : il leur en fallut le spectacle. »
C'est vrai qu'on ne lit que du mal de ce livre... Pourquoi ? Qu'a-t-il donc de si méprisable ? On sait qu'Amélie Nothomb écrit vite, voire très vite (mais toujours très bien). Cela se ressent souvent dans ses romans, et c'est un sort auquel on s'attache facilement. l. a. richesse habituelle du vocabulaire employé laisse ici sa position à los angeles crudité du thème, des personnages et de leurs propos. Nothomb dénonce, mais n'étant pas elle même spectatrice on lui ôte ce droit ? C'est fool, mais c'est amusant, c'est précisément ce qu'on interdit à son personnage... Tous ses appels au public entraînent invariablement les réactions opposées à celles attendues. Nothomb nous supplie avec ce roman de prendre judgment of right and wrong de notre folie, de notre cruauté, et on ne lui accorderait ce droit que si elle même consentait à regarder ces horreurs télévisées... Resistons avec elle, éteignez votre télé. On peut rêver.
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He asked. “It’s all right,” I hastened to say. ” “Ask Mrs Elliott if you want something. I did tell her,” he said in an aside to Holmes. “The only time the woman uses those chafing dishes is when there are twenty eggs to keep warm and a gallon of coffee. ” he shot at me. “Almost, yes. ” “Never mind, she’ll be making more shortly. When there are guests in the house she produces meals eighteen hours a day, and she’ll be anxious to make up for the first impression you had of her household. ” I bit down hard on my tongue, though truth to tell I wouldn’t have known quite where to start.
It functions as a huge sponge, the peat storing its rain all winter to feed the Teign, the Dart, the Tavy, and all the other streams and rivers that are born here. The floor of the moor is a thousand feet above the surrounding Devonshire countryside, from which it rises abruptly. It is a thing apart, a place unconnected with the rest of the world, and it is not inappropriate that a very harsh prison was set in its midst. ” “I have seen the Yorkshire moors,” I said. “Then you’ve a very rough idea of the ground here, but not of Dartmoor’s special character.
Reading,” he repeated in a flat voice. ” “The work is yours, Holmes, not mine—I only agreed to bring you the maps. ” His only reply was a scornful examination of his pipe-bowl. “Admit it, Holmes,” I pressed. ” He did not deign to answer, which meant that the point was irrefutably mine, so I drove home my advantage: “And besides that, Holmes, what I was reading does actually have some bearing on this case—or at least on its setting. Were you aware that in the seventeenth century Moorish raiders came as far as the coasts of Devon and Cornwall, taking slaves?