By Matthieu Niango
Available, précis et complet, ce livre suggest a hundred and fifty citations extraites de l'œuvre du marquis de Sade. Organisées par thème, elles vous permettront de comprendre l'essentiel de los angeles pensée sadienne. Pour chacune, vous trouverez : le contexte de sa rédaction ; ses différentes interprétations ; l'actualité de son message.
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2 • Suttree and the Brass Ring: Reaching for Thanksgiving in the Knoxville Gutter GOOD FOR ONE FARE One morning in Knoxville, Wesley Morgan—loyal townsman, studious Suttreean—held out a fist to me, smiling and wordless, urging me to receive. I placed a palm beneath him. Out dropped a little brass coin. On the face of it, raised over a crosshatched field, the city said: KNOXVILLE TRANSIT LINES 1946 The reverse said: GOOD FOR ONE FARE This was Suttree’s trolley token, the one that mercied him, the one that froze him to death.
In 2008–2009, Paulo Faria translated Suttree into Portuguese, a project for which he traveled to Knoxville, where Wesley Morgan and I watched him shoot check pool with Jim Long, a model for J-Bone in the novel, and meet with two other friends of McCarthy who appear as characters in the book: Walt Clancy, and John (Big Frig) Hannifin. The game took place at the Fraternal Order of Eagles on Walnut Street, opposite the Church of Immaculate Conception, where McCarthy and Jim had been altarboys. McCarthy’s old friends looked good and they could not have been more accommodating.
It can help to look at things very small—just don’t expect them to remain that way. Even at the instant of assignment, Wes’s little K was projecting and elaborating its ancient origins, for by a long, circuitous route the Roman letter K is derived from an Egyptian hieroglyphic denoting an outstretched (or open) hand. Facing each other at this event—a brain-bash for the novel in which his city speaks forever at its Falstaffian best—Wes and I were two of these ancient hieroglyphs, a North-South pair of Amer-Egypto-Roman K’s.
Citations de Sade expliquées : 150 citations sur Dieu, le bonheur, la morale... pour découvrir l'ensemble de l'œuvre et de la pensée sadienne by Matthieu Niango