Communication D'Esprit-de-Bois

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AuthorHouse, Jun 1, 2009 - History - 112 pages
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This book began its journey for publication in 2007. It came about as a result of a personal request from one of the author's student and from the suggestion of a septuagenarian, former French linguistic and diction professor, to edit and publish the first draft of the manuscript the author wrote in the late 1980's and had set aside. The purpose of publishing such poetry is to allow it to become lyrics as a dedication to music. The rhythms found in the text speak for themselves, inasmuch as their rimes, and do so in substance and intelligence creating a symphony. The spirit of this voice is revealed in its verses' tones and a melody for every avenues of interpretation for singers and ultimate vocal vibrations. No matter how mathematical these lyrics are spoken, one can see their spontaneity and how ethereal some are, as well as grounded. The author is somewhat connected to a full range of different moulds. Therefore, a variety of mainstream themes, concepts, or close impressions and intimate, sensitive or dry, ideas and feelings confront flexions, and judgements of societies and people from all walks of life and backgrounds. As well, reasoning, positions and perceptions, or encounters are pictured along these lines. Just about anyone can relate to this display of tangents and dimensions exposed in flows and full streams of poetry; somewhat a little "academic" for the amateur of abstract. Verve and zest appear drilled, yet it is a brilliant manoeuvre of the French language one cannot obtain overnight, unless inherited and captured by the spirit of the language's muse. The author's ideas stem from a wide field of comparison in terms of settings she experienced closely, in urban or rural life, and various milieus out of different social classes. She senses and observes problematic situations with a knowledgeable drawback. At times, she is so much in tune, in a timeless fashion, most likely thanks to her whereabouts in space. In this case, the author's wit and insinuations make us wonder about her subtle references to the future.

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