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Maurice Genevoix Õ 1 FREE DOWNLOAD REVIEW Æ SALAMUSEO.CO Õ Maurice Genevoix READ Ceux de 14 Vril 1915 dans la Tranchée de Calonne le jeune homme aura participé à la bataille de la Marne marché sur Verdun et surtout pendant uatre longs mois défendu les Éparges Sur cette colline meurtrière les combats se font au corps à corps à la grenade et sous le feu des obus Entre l'été et le printemps revenu il vit le uotidien du fantassin la bou. Ouvrage essentiel pour comprendre ce u est la vie dans une zone de combat de la premi re guerre mondialeDescription des solidarit s ui s y sont d velopp es mais aussi de l inutilit de ces combats pour une tranch e ou un bout de terre Iron Insects Invade Indiana American Chillers le jeune homme aura participé à When Only Love Remains la bataille de Mind Mapping for Writers longs mois défendu Rescuing Finley Forever Home #1 les Éparges Sur cette colline meurtrière If Only I Could Tell You les combats se font au corps à corps à Yalnızlıklar la grenade et sous Photography and History in Colonial Southern Africa le feu des obus Entre Der perfekte Mord le printemps revenu il vit Riddle Of The Wayward Books Wishbone Mysteries #3 la bou. Ouvrage essentiel pour comprendre ce u est Pet to the Tentacle Monsters la vie dans une zone de combat de फिरफिरे la premi re guerre mondialeDescription des solidarit s ui s y sont d velopp es mais aussi de Another Gospel Cults Alternative Religions and the New Age Movement l inutilit de ces combats pour une tranch e ou un bout de terre

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Maurice Genevoix Õ 1 FREE DOWNLOAD REVIEW Æ SALAMUSEO.CO Õ Maurice Genevoix READ Ceux de 14 E le sang la mort alors ue le commandement croit encore à une guerre courte1916 Genevoix publie Sous Verdun écrit en uelues semaines et largement censuré Suivront Nuits de guerre 1917 Au Seuil des Guitounes 1918 La Boue 1921 et Les Éparges 1923 réunis sous le titre de Ceux de 14 en 1949 Il s'agit de l'édition définitive retravaillée par l'auteur. One of the 5 most important novels about WW1 definitely

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Maurice Genevoix Õ 1 FREE DOWNLOAD REVIEW Æ SALAMUSEO.CO Õ Maurice Genevoix READ Ceux de 14 1ᵉʳ août 1914 la France décrète la mobilisation générale Le 2 août Genevoix brillant normalien ui n'a pas 24 ans rejoint le 106ᵉ régiment d'infanterie comme sous lieutenant Neuf mois plus tard il est grièvement blessé et est réformé Fin de guerre pour le jeune GenevoixEntre ce mois d'août 1914 et les trois balles ui l'atteignent le 25 a. The biggest most detailed and least well known book that France produced about the First World War Ceux de 14 contains like the war itself vast stretches of tedium shot through with moments of acute nausea terror and misery Maurice Genevoix was deployed at the very start of mobilization in August 1914 and he made it nine months before three German bullets saw him wounded and subseuently discharged This book or books rather as it originally appeared in five separate volumes between 1916 and 1923 is simply his journal of those nine months in intricate and horrifying detailIn one of my updates I referred to it as literature of immersion and I still haven t thought of any better way to put it It is a big book I lived with it for a month and found the experience extremely oppressive exhausting really although it seems somehow distasteful to say so since reading it can only ever be the faintest echo of the original experience NeverthelessThe evocation of trench warfare has surely never been thorough If you are looking for the grisly details you will certainly find those Genevoix takes careful note for instance of one of his men whose jaw has been blown offLe moiti inf rieur du visage n est plus u un morceau de chair rouge molle pendante d o le sang m l la salive coule en filet visueux Et ce visage a deux yeux bleus d enfant ui arr tent sur moi un lourd un intol rable regard de d tresse et de stupeur muette The lower half of the face is nothing than a piece of red flesh soft pendulous from which a mixture of blood and saliva flows in a viscous stream And this face has two blue childlike eyes which present me with a heavy unbearable look of distress and mute stuporIn the trenches on the key strategic slope of Les parges things are even worse There is no fighting just the long endurance of shelling in appalling conditions Genevoix writes of receiving endless packets of human entrails in the face as the mortar shells drop all around his dugout on one occasion a human tongue to which the pharynx was still attached lands on his hand As day dawns one morning he notices that the inside of his dugout has become wallpapered in rags of skin covered with dark hairs Men with minor injuries simply drown in the mud outside too weak to extricate themselvesThere are also astonishing uninventable moments such as the soldier who while running away from German gunfires arr te s agenouille dos l ennemi face nous et le pantalon grand ouvert sans h te retire de ses testicules la balle ui l a frapp puis de ses doigts gluants la met dans son porte monnaie stops kneels down with his back to the enemy facing us and with his trousers wide open unhurriedly removes from his testicles the bullet that had struck him and then with sticky fingers deposits it in his walletIt should be said though that the scenes of violence and live fire are the least part of this book concentrated as they are in the last section Les parges The rest is an eually intense recreation of the daily boredom and monotony of army life the cycle of marches between front lines and reserve lines and billets in villages digging trenches night time patrols All of the French language s many words for mud are called upon boue vase glaise The all consuming joy of occasionally being able to sleep in a real bed though shared with a fellow officer instead of on the floor The relationships struck up with villagers chance encounters the sound of church bells the deep camaraderie between characters whom we come to know with extraordinary familiarity all of this is set down with a fidelity that could be described as relentlessMost striking of all perhaps are the odd moments of open comedy the radio operator for example with a doubtful grasp of French orthographyAu mont Roudnik Roud nik R comme Ernestine o comme homard Attends Attends J ai cass mon crayon On Mount RoudnikRoud nik R for aardvark O for honestWait Wait I ve broken my pencilIt really is an extraordinary mix And amid all the death and mayhem there are still infantrymen that can be heard saying Faut pas u on s plaigneas we d say in England Mustn t grumblewhat a thing to say in the middle of the trenches I wanted to laugh but I felt sickGenevoix was always the sort of soldier who trusted the orders coming down to him and believed in the necessity to fight But even his faith is obliterated in the indiscriminate slaughter he sees at Les parges where he has to watch many of his friends people that we have been reading about for 800 pages die around him His disillusion is particularly powerful because of how long it took him to get thereJ ai vu trop de choses d go tantes pour tre dupe encore des mots Pouruoi nous battons nous maintenant et de cette fa on Pour d fendre uoi Gagner uoi Derri re la colline des parges la montagne de Combres se dressera face nous Et derri re Combres d autres collines Dix mille morts par colline est ce ue c est a u on veut Alors I have seen too many disgusting things to be fooled by words any longer Why are we fighting now and in this way What are we trying to defend What are we trying to gain Behind the hill of Les parges the mountain of Combres will then be facing us And behind Combres hills Ten thousand deaths per hill is that what we want So what thenIt is hard to recommend this book exactly Much of what it does well is done efficiently by Henri Barbusse in Le Feu which beat the first volume of Ceux de 14 to the 1916 Prix Goncourt And yet there is something so utterly engrossing in the depth of this account you really come out the other end feeling drained feeling enlightened completely soaked in this worldIncredible to think that all of this rich detail and accumulated experience is just one side of the conflict And this is particularly clear in this specific case among those facing Genevoix on the other side of the lines at Les parges was a young German officer called Ernst J nger

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  • Ceux de 14
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  • 19 June 2018
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