After a few weeks off, I’m delighted to return to my modest column here on La Lettre. Then came the tragic news that robs me of all my lyricism (if I had any to begin with). Rémy Ochlik, photographer, and the reporter Marie Colvin died in the line of duty in Syria. All deaths are repugnant.
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