By Ismail Kadare
"La dictature et los angeles littérature véritable ne peuvent cohabiter que d'une façon: en se dévorant nuit et jour l'une l'autre. L'écrivain est l'ennemi naturel de l. a. dictature. A tout immediate, même quand il se croit endormi, il l. a. wrestle. vehicle cela est inscrit dans son code génétique. los angeles dictature et los angeles littérature ne peuvent être figurées que comme deux bêtes fauves qui se prennent en permanence à l. a. gorge. Bien qu'elles aient des griffes différentes, l'une comme l'autre provoquent également des blessures différentes. Les blessures qu'essuie l'écrivain peuvent paraître affreuses, vehicle immédiates. Tandis que celles qu'il reason, lui, à l. a. dictature, sont des blessures à retardement, mais de celles qui ne guérissent jamais.
L'instinct de l'espèce dressant l'écrivain contre los angeles dictature, tout comme l'organisme qui devient résistant à une agression extérieure, il arrive que l'oeuvre de l'écrivain, au lieu d'être affaiblie par los angeles fièvre tyrannique, en soit endurcie."
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