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summary Cette aveuglante absence de lumière review Cette aveuglante absence de lumière 103 Tahar Ben Jelloun ☆ 3 free read For decades Working closely with one of the survivors Ben Jelloun eschewed the traditional novel format and wrote a book in the simplest of language reaching always for the most basic of words the most correct descriptions The result is a great novel according to Le Monde and what Les Échos calls a book of universal import addressing all the horrors past and doubtless future that man has inflicted on his fellow m. The irresponsive silence of the landThe irresponsive sounding of the seaSpeak both one message of one sense to me Aloof aloof we stand aloof so standThou too aloof bound with the flawless bandOf inner solitude we bind not thee But who from thy self chain shall set thee freeI can t think of any book or even any work of narrative art that has broken me down this much Nothing like anything I ve ever read before doubt it will be like anything I will ever read again a part of me certainly hopes I won t read anything like this again given the nature of it Torture as a political instrument or otherwise is never confined to a particular incident That s part of the reason it s so heinous It s never over Regardless as to whether it s direct physical uses of violence which Jelloun uite decidedly doesn t make the priority or a particularly vile strain of solitary confinementpreventing access to fundamental rights and necessities it can t be forgotten And the state s attempts to force forgetfulness is the worse part Even worse than the experience of horror is the denial of its existence New favourite book Harry and Ren you re getting this for Christmas

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summary Cette aveuglante absence de lumière review Cette aveuglante absence de lumière 103 Tahar Ben Jelloun ☆ 3 free read A shocking story set in Morocco's desert concentration camps from the Prix Goncourt winning novelist An immediate and critically acclaimed bestseller in France This Blinding Absence of Light is Tahar Ben Jelloun's crafting of a horrific real life narrative into a work of fiction In this deeply moving novel says L'Express Tahar Ben Jelloun has chosen imagination as the response to inhumanity the art of writing as th. Whenever memories threatened to invade me I would marshal all my strength to bar their way snuff them out I d had to perfect a skillful method to get rid of them First one must prepare the body to reach the mind breathe slowly and deliberately from the abdomen focus oneself by concentrating on this breathing I allow the images to flood in I isolate them by chasing away everything moving around them I blink until they become blurry Then I stare at one of them for a long time until I freeze it in place I no longer see anything but this image I take deep breaths telling myself that what I see is only a picture that must disappear In my mind I substitute someone else for me I must convince myself that I have nothing to do with this image I tell myself again and again this memory is not mine It s a mistake I have no past and therefore no memoryTo remember was to dieI am in superb solitude where only the breeze can still waft across the terraces of my isolationI need words I dream of hearing them of welcoming them inside my head of dressing them in images making them spin like a merry go round keeping them warm and showing this film when I m in pain when I m afraid of going crazyThe wind is heavy with sand and erases all footsteps yet it carries my voice You alone can lead yourself out of this tunnel For this you will need a ferocious will a strength of mind powerful than dreams luminous than prayer I do not live in lofty trees I dwell in thoughts that hurt that tear my skin yet bear me over sleeping forests and mountains I am going away I am already far off I return you to yourself to your solitude and to your right mind And I was not to think any about the trembling beauty of beings and things or the softness of a summer night or the transparence of a dream caressing the half closed eyes of a childI went no further convinced I had become a book no one would ever openSuffering did not choose my path for me I did before and beyond all suffering I had to overcome my doubts my failures and most of all the illusions nourished by every human being How By letting them wither away inside me I no longer trusted those images that falsified reality It is a weakness to mistake one s feelings for reality to foster a lie that begins and ends in oneself and to consider this an accomplishment Now to make headway through this desert I had to break free of everything I understood that only a mind that can shake off all bonds can lead us to the subtle peace I will call ecstasy A Kingdom of Dreams real life narrative into a work of fiction In this deeply moving novel says L'Express Tahar Ben Jelloun has chosen imagination as the The gay liberation book response to inhumanity the art of writing as th. 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summary Cette aveuglante absence de lumière review Cette aveuglante absence de lumière 103 Tahar Ben Jelloun ☆ 3 free read E ultimate liberation He tells the appalling story of the desert concentration camps in which King Hassan II of Morocco held his political enemies Not until September 1991 under international pressure was Hassan's regime forced to open these desert hellholes A handful of survivors living cadavers who had shrunk by over a foot in height emerged from the six by three foot cells in which they had been held underground. Overwhelmingly heart wrenching Who would have thought a story about men trapped in a cell would be this eventful it wasn t action packed but its was full of ideas memories and genuine emotions its written in lyrical words every word portrayed the authors emotion exactlya novel about hopelessness and hopefulness cruelty and forgiveness Depression and elation and everything human