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Les Mohamed

really liked it 4.0  ·  Rating Details ·  18 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Dans ce roman graphique sensible et original, Jérôme Ruillier porte un regard d'auteur courageux sur l'histoire de l'immigration maghrébine, à travers les témoignages poignants (en trois parties: les pères, les mères, et les enfants), recuellis à l'origine par Yamina Benguigui.

Il n'hésite pas à se mettre en scène avec ses propres doutes et interrogations...
285 pages
Published 2011 by Sarbacane
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Roberta
La graphic novel racconta le storie di 3 generazioni di non francesi, di immigrati nordafricani in Francia. Sono i nonni, invitati in pompa magna dal governo per fornire manodopera a basso costo. Sono i figli, che lo stesso governo avrebbe volentieri rispedito ai paesi d'origine una volta che tale manodopera non era più necessaria. Sono i nipoti, nati e vissuti in Francia, che si sentono francesi e non capiscono questa ostilità e l'accanimento a considerarli stranieri, oppure che reagiscono al ...more
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May 31, 2016 Ontosoroh rated it it was amazing
Livre incontournable pour mieux comprendre l'immigration maghrébine en France, l'intégration des migrants, et la double identité que doivent porter les enfants de ces migrants.

Ma chronique : https://akayana.wordpress.com/2016/03...
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Jun 15, 2013 Dustyloup rated it it was amazing
Ce livre est fantastique et triste en même temps. J'ai entendue des murmures de cette histoire - les raisons pour laquelle les maghrébines ne sentait pas français.
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Jérôme Ruillier est né le 3 mars 1966 à Fort-Dauphin (Madagascar). Il a suivi des études aux Arts Décoratifs de Strasbourg en atelier d'illustration. Plus passionné des montagnes et d'alpinisme que de dessin, il est renvoyé en première année, puis reprend l'année suivante.
Aujourd'hui il habite Grenoble, et aime raconter des histoires, avec son amie, illustratrice aussi.
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