By Daniel Rondeau
"Le destin m'a jeté dans une carrière qui n'était pas los angeles mienne. Accroché au rocher maltais par mes lettres de créance, ouvrier de los angeles diplomatie française sur une île perdue au milieu des eaux et du temps, j'ai vu tourner les saisons, et fleurir trois fois les orangers. Il y a longtemps que j'attendais d'avoir ma chaise au dinner party méditerranéen. Jusqu'alors je n'étais qu'un oiseau de passage. Malte a tenu ses promesses. J'ai été accueilli, d'une certaine façon délivré, admis dans los angeles self belief d'une vieille civilisation."
Daniel Rondeau raconte ce will pay qu'il a vécu : Malte los angeles généreuse (Malta Hanina), l. a. catholique, los angeles sémitique, nombril de los angeles mer entre Sicile et Libye, entre Orient et Occident. Mais il parle aussi de l. a. France, de l'Europe tentée par l'oubli, de sa vie d'écrivain. Jamais il n'a taillé autant de facettes pour faire un portrait.
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