The very nice surprise of the season and a very nice story. Flammarion this week releases a picture book. Title: Parking Peguy. Here is the story! I knew that Clio de Péguy was somewhere in my library, but rather than trying to find it, I preferred to search the text on the internet. Half asleep, I did not realize that I was in the “Maps” section. Google then offered me the “Parking Peguy, Stains (93)”. Surprised, I started exploring the neighborhood from my computer. The parking lot, with its half-erased white lines and wild grass springing from the asphalt, looked...
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