The encounter of this globetrotter with the inhabitants of the island of Sein on their bits of rocks beaten by the storms off Pointe du Raz gave rise to a striking reportage. In this year 1956, the magazine Réalités sent him to witness the very harsh times of the Senans. The subject was published on 8 pages in number 134 in March 1957. “It is on another island that I would like to stop from time to time. Stop my steps, stop the mechanics of my head. The climate is not very Filipino and the heat, essentially human: it is the...
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