French poetry book by Aurélie Davoust.

Aurélie lets us enter into her unique universe where there's no border between the words and the images. In her eyes, the beings, the objects and the shadows live and get along together in a serene harmony. The images deliver their poetry, and Aurélie becomes our guide in this journey.

More Published on: 2016-06-20
Page nombre: 110
Price: 15.0 Eur

French poetry book written by Reza Hiwa and illustrated by Nabil Anani, published in 2015.

The poems tell the story of an imaginary and poetical journey into the universe of occupied Palestine. The book takes its name from the word zeitoun, olive in Arabic. This tree, which nourishes and symbolises the Peace for many cultures in this part of the world, is taken by the poet as the witness of a daily life, not like any other.

More Published on: 2015-11-01
Page nombre: 76
Price: 9.0 Eur

French poetry book written by Nathalie Picard, published in 2012.

Written about 20 years ago, but so relevant today and loyal to its time et its fevers, the book is a lyrical and spiritual evasion into the boling world of a young woman in her quest for freedom.

More Published on: 2012-12-01
Page nombre: 92
Price: 12.0 Eur

Poetry book written by Juliette Tourret, published in 2012.

In this book Juliette Tourret carries us into her enchanted word, where the music and the poetry become one. Juliette tells us about love, about war and puts forward her questions about the world.

Foreword: Ollivier Barrot

More Published on: 2012-06-01
Page nombre: 46
Price: 9.0 Eur

Illustrated French poetry book by Reza Hiwa, published in 2012.

In this book by Reza Hiwa suggests a bunch of his work, from January 2000 to December 2008. The themes vary with the facts of life, changing from the souvenirs of dissidence and exile roads, to the interrogations about the Man and his relations with the world, with poetry and with love.

Forewords: Gérard Augustin, Dacia Maraini

More Published on: 2012-06-01
Page nombre: 146
Price: 12.0 Eur

Story for the kids from 6 to 99 (and half) written by Reza Hiwa and illustrated by Fabien Jambou.

If our planet, or even the solar system, is still ticking, it's fr sure thanks to the courage and intelligence of the two celestial detectives, Filou and Filard. Two shooting stars and a young girl with red hairs, not identified yet.

Are you courageous enough for the journey?

If the response is a clear-cut YES, then you're allowed to read this book.

More Published on: 2012-10-01
Page nombre: 76
Price: 12.0 Eur

In one of his 7 lives, over 2003-2004, Reza Hiwa lived in Dublin. He fell in love with this city and, 14 years later, here delivers this story. Reza takes us through a universe between the real and the magic to enchant us. In an Anglo-French bilingual poetry book, at times surreal, apart from two love stories, one of them between him and Dublin, he talks about the Poetry, his strange encounters with Patrick Kavanagh and Brendan Kennelly, the 19th century Great Famine in Ireland, ...

More Published on: 2018-03-25
Page nombre: 208
Price: 14.0 Eur
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Bilingual, franco-italian, poetry book written by Reza Hiwa, published in 2012.

In this book by Reza Hiwa suggests a bunch of his work, from January 2000 to december 2008. The themes vary with the facts of life, changing from the souvenirs of dissidence and exile roads, to the interrogations about the Man and his relations with the world, with poety and with love.

Foreword: Gérard Augustin, Dacia Maraini

More Published on: 2012-06-01
Page nombre: 210
Price: 18.0 Eur