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By Emil Cioran
De l. a. France fut écrit en roumain en France, en 1941. Cioran trentenaire, auteur de cinq livres, aime avec scepticisme, déteste avec amour et joue de los angeles plume avec maestria.
Le portrait qu’il fait de los angeles décadence de los angeles France est d’autant plus cinglant, qu’il est dramatiquement actuel.
Ce texte émaillé de mots en français, laisse percevoir le tournant dans l’écriture de Cioran, qui décide quelques années plus tard d’abandonner los angeles langue roumaine.
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In other equally unbelievable versions, Catherine Segurane used a beater or her wash board. The details matter little, as all are equally incredible, since she was unarmed against an invading army. 13 No one ever mentions that the French king’s army failed to protect Nice. In reality the local populations were defeated by the Ottomans. Yet, the memory of the Turkish invasion of Nice and Toulon has been inverted into a tale of bravado and victory by a population who suffered a major humiliation and had to meekly surrender to the enemy save for small pockets of resistance in the highest elevation in Nice, the Chateau de Cimiez.
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De la France by Emil Cioran