Second Dimension By Rais Neza Boneza

2013-07-09 00.04.08 

Near his table rests a glass of water;

Through his window he glances at passersby;

He observes and always waits, waits, waits.

 

Bitterness nourishes his being;

Subjected to misunderstandings

And false airs of ‘people’

He is a prisoner.

 

He sits, hands cupped around his chin

Solemnly thinking.

In his dreaming, his spirits escape

The world of hardships

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Arundhati Roy, the Not-So-Reluctant Renegade By SIDDHARTHA DEB

“I’ve always been slightly short with people who say, ‘You haven’t written anything again,’ as if all the nonfiction I’ve written is not writing,” Arundhati Roy said.

It was July, and we were sitting in Roy’s living room, the windows closed against the heat of the Delhi summer. Delhi might be roiled over a slowing economy, rising crimes against women Read the rest

Belles Lettres. A tous ceux qui sont nés d’une femme…

C'est depuis belle lurette que les femmes se battent pour l'amélioration de leur condition humaine. Et, pas de doute, l'inspiration du roman d'Assia-Printemps Gibirila intitulé Elles, publié aux éditions les plumes d'Ocris, est tirée et traverse cette longue lutte séculaire.

Cet ouvrage à l'écriture simple est un véritable hommage à celles qui accouchent la vie. Celles qui à ce jour, … Read the rest