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Haiti: Entre beaute et blessures

Par Dieurat Clervoyant

Publication Year: 2012

Clairvoyant who has lived in France for the past 24 years, expresses himself at times with a virulent violence that only an exile living in a perpetual nostalgia of his/her native land can understand. His words directed at the rulers of his native country is not always flattering, a euphemism not to say discourteous or accusatory. Poet with moral probity, he however slips into obsequiousness when expressing his anger that can easily be styled great immorality.

Published by: African Books Collective

Cover

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Title page

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Copyright page

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Remerciements

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Table des matières

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pp. iii-v

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Préface

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pp. vii-ix

Première République noire, Haïti est le premier peuple asservi à avoir défié le système esclavagiste en proclamant son indépendance vis-à-vis de la toute puissante France napoléonienne, esclavagiste et impérialiste, qui portait ses exploits belliqueux dans toutes les portes de l’Europe et même au-delà. Peuple d’esclaves ayant rompu les chaînes de ...

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Preface

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pp. xi-xiii

The first Black Republic, Haiti was the first subjugated nation to defy the slavish system by proclaiming its independence from the almighty Napoleonic France with slavish and imperialist push that took its warring exploits through the corridors of Europe and beyond. Enslaved people having cut the chains of slavery in world marked by one and only one ...

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Mots d’auteur

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p. xv

Personne, ni même un réfugié ou un apatride, ne peut comprendre l’immense douleur que j’éprouve devant l’exil forcé que je vis loin de mon beau pays depuis vingt-quatre ans. ...

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Author’s Foreword

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p. xvii

No one, not even a refugee or a stateless person would ever understand the great pain that I feel stricken with the mishap of forced exile that I have experienced far away from my beautiful native land for the past 24 years. ...

Cauchemar d’un soir rose-noir

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pp. 1-4

Voix inaudible

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pp. 4-5

Impassible nature

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p. 5

Pauvre Haïti

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pp. 5-6

Vénus haïtienne

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pp. 6-7

Regret

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pp. 8-9

Faux espoirs

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p. 10

Rage

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pp. 11-12

Terres que j’aime et déteste

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p. 12

Vaines chimères

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p. 13

Espoirs déçus

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p. 14

Je ne t’aime plus comme avant

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pp. 14-15

Pluie sur toit en tôle

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pp. 15-16

Haïti

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pp. 16-17

Dehors!

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pp. 18-20

Compassion

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pp. 20-21

D’Haïti au Japon

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pp. 21-22

Obséquiosité

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pp. 22-23

L’espoir

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pp. 23-24

Sentiments partagés

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pp. 24-25

Rendors-moi Haïti

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pp. 25-26

Mendicité

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p. 26

Poésie rose

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p. 27

Chimère blanche

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p. 28

Méchante vieillesse

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pp. 29-31

Pourquoi ? Pourquoi ?

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p. 32

Adèle

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p. 33

A ton nom seul

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pp. 34-36

La pendule de Paris

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pp. 36-37

Tout passe, tout passe

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pp. 37-38

Sans préjugé

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pp. 38-40

Démocratie

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pp. 40-41

Peine perdue

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p. 42

Qu’importe que tu me laisses !

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pp. 43-45

Drame

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pp. 46-47

Tendresse amie

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pp. 47-50

L’appel de la Sirène

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pp. 50-51

Méchante amazone

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pp. 51-52

Nègre au front Sali

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p. 52

Invitation

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pp. 53-54

Liaison

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pp. 54-55

Te revoir et mourir

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pp. 55-56

L’ivresse d’un midi

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pp. 56-57

Tonnerre

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p. 57

Mauvais souvenirs

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pp. 57-58

A une fille chérie

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pp. 58-59

Prière

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pp. 60-61

A Nathan

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pp. 62-63

Amour volcan

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pp. 63-64

Le combat de la Poésie

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pp. 64-65

Revanche

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pp. 65-66

La danse de la pluie en Haïti

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p. 67

Voir Venise et mourir

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p. 68

Bonheur perdu

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p. 68

La payse haïtienne

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p. 69

Complainte du poète en exil

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pp. 70-71

Femme

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p. 71

La poursuite de l’horizon

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p. 72

Toit et moi

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pp. 72-73

L’aurore

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p. 73

Le couchant

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p. 74

Le crépuscule

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pp. 74-75

Gracieux souvenirs

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pp. 75-76

Galanterie

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pp. 76-77

Le bonheur de grandir avec ses enfants

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p. 78

Au tribunal

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pp. 79-80

Veux-tu belle amie… ?

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pp. 80-81

Jeunesse insouciante

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pp. 81-83

La poésie et la vie

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p. 83

L’humaine folie

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pp. 83-84

Mon adorable docteur

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p. 85

Monstre aux cent yeux effrayant

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pp. 86-87

Toast en l’honneur d’Haïti

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p. 88

Loin de ma terre

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pp. 89-90

Complainte

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p. 90

Le pouvoir de la poésie

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p. 91

Fou de toi ?

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p. 92

Vie pas chère

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pp. 93-94

Sempiternels mauvais temps

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pp. 94-95

L’été

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pp. 96-97

Deuil éternel

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pp. 97-98


E-ISBN-13: 9789956728732
Print-ISBN-13: 9789956727230

Page Count: 120
Publication Year: 2012

OCLC Number: 818192532
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