With climate change, there is a risk of a proliferation of ticks and contractions of the disease. The book reads like a novel; alongside the main story, other accounts illuminate the struggles of Lyme disease sufferers.
Contrary to received ideas, this book shows that the European Union, far from keeping peoples under glass, is made along with them. And if they are the first to criticize European public policies, so much the better!
A fascinating narrative that recounts the life of a major artist and his relationship with his work and with creation, in which relationships with those close to him, notably with his mother, played an important role.
A pivotal, essential book that enables the reader both to enter into the thinking of François Roustang, and one that carries on his work. The last book thought of and conceived by François Roustang with Sylvie Le Pelletier-Beaufond.