Domaine public by Jean-Michel Maulpoix

By Jean-Michel Maulpoix

"Je me tenais naguère devant los angeles web page blanche comme en face de l. a. mer, songeur, fixant le bleu et rêvant de partances. À présent, je m'embarque. Cette vie est une succession de guichets, de barrières à franchir et de zones de transit. "Cahier du jour", "Journal privé", "Carnet d'envols", on lira ici les allées et venues d'un homme dans los angeles prose de son temps. Poussant jusqu'au poème l'influx et les brisures de los angeles prose, assailli de rouge et de noir plutôt que distillant l'azur, comédien de sa propre soif, parvenant mal à distinguer entre l'intime et l'anonyme.

Essais de voix, récitatifs ou chants brisés, ces pages tracent en définitive un portrait du poète fin-de-siècle, passant, passeur et passager : il fait tomber l'amour dans le domaine public, mais toujours rêve d'un visage où se pencher comme sur une eau claire, non pour y refléter mais pour y boire."

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At war in Egypt, Chaereas defeats Artaxerxes in battle and wins back Callirhoe. ] Chaereas also wrote this letter to the king: You were about to judge the case, but I’ve already won in the eyes of the best judge: war can best distinguish between the stronger and the weaker. War has returned to me not just my wife [Callirhoe] but yours too [Statira]. I haven’t delayed as you did; instead, without your asking, I’m returning Statira right away. She’s unharmed, and was treated as a queen even in captivity.

I haven’t delayed as you did; instead, without your asking, I’m returning Statira right away. She’s unharmed, and was treated as a queen even in captivity. You should know that Callirhoe is responsible for this gift, not I. We’re asking a favor in return: give amnesty to the Egyptians. It suits a king to be charitable above all else. That way you’ll have good soldiers who love you, since they chose to work for you rather than to follow me as friends. That’s what Chaereas wrote. But Callirhoe also thought she should write a thank-you letter to Dionysius.

The poor people just wrote to me complaining that you don’t share your wealth with them, and they asked me quite simply to distribute the good things equally to all people and let each person have his share. They said it was only fair to establish equal privileges, and not for one man to have more and another less of the good stuff. So I answered that Zeus would be the appropriate one to take care of that request, but my responsibility was to arbitrate their immediate concerns, in particular the injustices they thought they were suffering at my festival, and I promised to write to you on this subject.

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