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(en) France, Organization Alternating Current OC #223 - October 2012 - Juan Gelman - Chronicles of Chiapas (fr) [machine translation]

Date Sun, 18 Nov 2012 10:48:49 +0200

Born in Buenos Aires in 1930, the journalist and poet Juan Gelman, considered one of the great poets Hispanic contemporaries saw several of his poems to be set to music by the musical group the Cuartelo Cedron, and you can read some of his poems translated into French, including Maspero, Gallimard, the Temps des Cerises, etc.. ---- Bilingual In this little book, the journalist works for the daily Pagina 12 in Buenos Aires that are discovered through a series of articles he wrote from January to August 1994 to cover the uprising of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN) in Chiapas, Mexico. It is supplemented by an interview with Subcomandante Marcos for the same day in April 1996 where it is discussed at length poetry - a poem and then translates Gelman - and Castilian spoken by the natives - who "twists" the language and requires another vision of the world - before finally being addressed issues military issues and policy which were then faced with the EZLN.

The book ends with a letter from Subcomandante Marcos to Gelman when he comes to the ball and 5.56mm M-16 rifle used by the U.S. military (and AR-15 exported to America Latin to equip police and anti-guerrilla squads) and Gelman's struggle against the Argentine military dictatorship that killed his son and daughter-in before selling them on the black market child. Market and political disappearances of children coming to the same effect as the ball of 5.56 mm, he wrote, not only because of its penetration terrible injuries, but swirling inside the body, [it] even more havoc. As if the deceased had bequeathed to his children his own condition. That is to say, a crime that hurts the victim ... and the descendants who survive him.

Following these few dense pages, check that it is the mountains of the Mexican southeast that is lifted first uprising against the "end of the end of history" and that communities deemed most backward by the Western model that can generate ideas very modern.
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