13 janvier 2010


REMARKS ABOUT CARACO, by Philippe Billé «I am a racist and a colonialist.» (Ma Confession, 141). Albert Caraco had a certain talent for making everyone comfortable, as soon as they open the book. In many respects, an uncommon writer. He was born in Constantinople, of a Sephardic family, (on June 8th according to his own words, in the Semainier de l’agonie, 44). He was the only son of a banker. During his childhood, he lived in Prague, Berlin (Kurfürstendamm, 129, from 1926 to 29) and Paris, where he studied in the... [Lire la suite]
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