By Brigitte Giraud
« Des vêtements à peine écartés, des ventres et des reins maladroitement caressés. Des intentions plus que des actes. On donne, on offre, on laisse à l’autre le soin de prendre, de saisir, de posséder. Mais l’autre est dans le hassle de los angeles conquête, avec le trop-plein de lumière qui éclaire l. a. chambre. Il est difficile d’accéder au mystery en plein jour. Alors les yeux se ferment, les doigts s’agrippent et les cuisses s’extraient des pantalons. Il cherche, soulève, accélère. Je veux bien, veux tout, ne résiste pas. »
Avoir un corps est l. a. trajectoire d’une enfant qui devient fille, puis femme, racontée du aspect de vue du corps, une traversée de l’existence, véritable aventure au quotidien où il est query d’éducation, de pudeur, de séduction, d’équilibre, d’amour, de sensualité, de travail, de maternité, d’ivresse, de deuil et de métamorphoses. L’écriture au réalisme shiny, good et souvent drôle, interroge ce corps qui échappe parfois, qui ravit ou qui trahit. Un roman qui rappelle que l. a. tête et le corps entretiennent un discussion des plus serrés, des plus énigmatiques
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She could go back into the past, could find the place where it had all started to go wrong—the moment that had rippled outward in waves of causality, that had struck their father, that had floored their mother, that had kicked up Tabitha and Julie from the sea like some Joan Baez lyric: twin Venuses on the half-shell. Tabitha would fix all of that. She would twist time, save everything, make the world clean again without her. I finally know how to get outside of time, she said. She got out of the SUV—she had some trouble with the seat belt, her eyes were amazing.