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By Patrick Sénécal

Un most efficient essai....

Premier essai dans los angeles création littéraire pour ce bachelier en Études Francaises qui deviendra bien vite un des ténors de l. a. littérature de style au Québec, étant même étiqueté comme le Stephen King québécois.

Parlant de Stephen King, son most suitable bouquin, "5150, Rue Des Ormes" laisse planer l'ombre intoxicante de son maître à penser et de son roman "Misery" tout autour de son intrigue. Yannick Bérubé, étudiant en littérature, fait une mauvaise chute à vélo devant los angeles maison des Beaulieu. Y entrant pour demander le téléphone, il y entend un râle moribond, pris de panique, il découvre un homme ensanglanté dans une chambre au deuxième étage. Et là vous l'aurez deviné.. il est... dans los angeles merde! Il devient prisonnier de Jacques Beaulieu, et de sa famille aux moeurs bizarres. Beaulieu ne veut pas l'assassiner , motor vehicle se dénommant lui-même comme un Juste (et non un juste), il ne peut pas assassiner quelqu'un qui n'a rien fait de mal. C'est alors que los angeles longue et tordue captivité de Yannick commence...

Comme vous pouvez le voir, intrigue classique, avec des pointes de l'originalité qu'on connait à Senécal, mais cependant quelque peu noyées dans l'utilisation superfétatoire de termes vides comme "horreur, folie, démence" Ce n'est qu'avec parcimonie que des termes de l. a. sorte viennent à frapper l'imagination du lecteur. Le personnage critical, Yannick, semble également dans sa logique, un personnages avec autant de problèmes dans le ciboulot que Beaulieu parfois. Incapable de garder son sang-froid, il semble presque intentionnellement vouloir tomber dans l. a. folie.

Suffit cependant les reproches, Senécal, dès son most effective solo nous donne un roman à narration polyphonique qui alterne entre Yannick, Maude (la maman Beaulieu) et un narrateur omniscient, ce qui donne une lecture des plus agréables et fluides. De plus si vous avez lu les ouvrages subséquents de Senécal vous y reconnaitrez des liens intertexuels dans "Aliss" et "Sur le Seuil",clins d'oeil à deux de ses chef d'oeuvre qui sont l'ombre de son habitude à venir d'intertextualité littéraire. Senécal tisse des liens également vers Cyrano de Bergerac, Crimes et Châtiments et Les Misérables de Victor Hugo.

Vous voulez lire Senécal? Commencez par celui-ci. Les autres n'en seront que plus délicieux.

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Napoleon felt the need to bring the Prussians to battle soon, for if too much of a delay occurred, the Russians under Bennigsen might arrive in the theater of war. He told Lannes to hold in place and quickly ordered Soult, Ney, the Guard infantry, and two divisions of heavy cavalry to force-march to Lannes's assistance. Once assembled, he would bring on a battle. The orders to Marshal Bernadotte were to work in conjunction with Marshal Davout and move upon Dornburg and, from there, Apolda. The two marshals detested each other and Bernadotte chose to follow one part of the order, while deliberately ignoring the other.

To the south, things were going much better for the Prussians, directly under the command of Brunswick. They had maneuvered to a position south of the village of Hassenhausen and were on the verge of turning the flank. All that stood between them and the capture of the key town was the 85th Line. A withering fire was poured into the outnumbered Frenchmen and, when a cavalry charge came crashing upon them, the line gave way. Davout had anticipated that the 85th could not hold out much longer and sent another regiment over to succor them.

On 4 December 1805, the Austrians signed an armistice, and on the 27th, by the Treaty of Pressburg, they exited the war. The Russian army was allowed to withdraw to its homéland and the French army began to disengage from Moravia. Eventually they would set up in cantonments throughout southern Germany. Napoleon returned to Paris amid the triumph afforded a conquering hero. With the formation of the Confederation of the Rhine, the role for the Holy Roman Emperor ceased to exist. Facing a fait accompli, the Emperor Francis ü gave up his title and became Emperor Francis I of Austria-Hungary.

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