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Fishing witch niked hands

eBook (PDF), 168 Pages
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This book asks us questions to which we prefer to burst our eyes to answer it. Indeed, it is here a question of a “fishing” which makes it possible to put to us at the shelter annoyances of the life. Where each one according to its means, seeks to bring back `' sea'', the consequent subsistence for its survival, and that of its line. With will the naked hands, only vis-a-vis the immense ocean, to multiple traps, where fail an obstinacy of the hardening of Damako? In spite of large efforts provided to withdraw from a difficult condition which is essential on him, anything made there. Damako tells its atypical course with his/her friend of childhood “the phacochère”. This work enables us to judge the course of the artist Auteur type-setter interprets in addition, Manu Koums. Is this inhuman to prevent that all that is born is not entitled right of city or to the life? In the French-speaking culture, to have a diploma is a thing. to have job is another?... More > Site: Manukoums.com< Less
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Product Details

Edition
lulu
Publisher
lulu
Published
September 28, 2011
Language
English
Pages
168
File Format
PDF
File Size
740.26 KB
Product ID
17398216

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