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Collection Cerf Littérature
192 pages - nov. 2009
‘There’s no doubt about it: Jean and Cécile loved each other. Their life of love was divine, trembling with ecstasy like an open flower gathering rain from the heavens. The book of their love is fragile with tenderness, its pages are dawns soaked in tears or sunshine, grey days and grey houses but also delicious days in the countryside [...] all is prayer and adoration.’ Cécile Sauvage (1883-1927), whose ‘L'Âme en bourgeon’ - devoted to her son Olivier Messiaen - earned her the title of ‘poet of motherhood’, experienced another great love, for Jean de Gourmont, a colmunist with Mercure de France. She wrote her burning memories in a surprisingly bold blend of eroticism and mysticism. With the tardy and eventful revelation of these ‘Écrits d'amour’ we also rediscover the figure of Cécile Sauvage, lover and poet of her passion.
- Dimensions : 135x215x15
- ISBN : 9782204090551
- Poids : 270 grammes
Avec la collaboration de : Béatrice Marchal