« L’Arabe du futur 5 » de Riad Sattouf (Allary Editions). [L’Arabe du futur is] his most personal and certainly his most successful work to date. I'm not sure if more of them are being published, or just that more of them are being released in English translations after Marjane Satrapi's success. He draws his childhood in a cartoonish way under the shadow of Gaddafi, Hafez Assad, and his father. » Part to a French mother and Syrian father, it details his young childhood in Libya, Syria, and France as his father receives jobs as an associate professor. Alas, dreams and optimism don't always fare well in reality. La dernière modification de cette page a été faite le 5 novembre 2020 à 21:22. I find that’s still true today.”[2]. Illuminating memoir of a child moving between countries and cultures. Le journaliste rencontre également plusieurs intellectuels algériens qui sont frappés par la ressemblance entre l'enfance de Sattouf et la leur dans l'Algérie de Boumédiène[5]. Il se base principalement sur ses souvenirs, et cela explique les références régulières aux odeurs et le point de vue enfantin[5]. Both in Libya (where the 'modernization' of Gaddafi rolls over the country) and in Syria (where the Assad dictatorship is some dark, threatening force) the signs of 'backwardness' are highlighted: the chaos, the corruption, the filth in the public domain, weird traditionalist customs, anti-Semitism, the suffocating influence of religion, etc. Le tome 3 ajoute 6 langues aux précitées : américain, croate, grec, russe, slovène et tchèque. L'Arabe du futur 4, une jeunesse au Moyen-Orient (1987-1992)Riad SattoufAllary Editions, 2018, Les Cahiers d'Esther vol.2 : Histoires de mes 11 ansRiad SattoufAllary, 2017, Les Cahiers d'Esther vol.3 : histoires de mes 12 ansRiad SattoufAllary, 2017, L'Arabe du futur 3, une jeunesse au Moyen-Orient (1985-1987)Riad SattoufAllary éditions, 2016, L'Arabe du futurRiad SattoufAllary Editions, 2014, L'Arabe du futur 5Riad SattoufAllary, 2020, L'Arabe du futur 2, une jeunesse au Moyen-Orient (1984-1985)Riad SattoufAllary éditions, 2015, Les Cahiers d'Esther vol.4 : histoires de mes 13 ansRiad SattoufAllary, 2019, Les cahiers d’EstherRiad SattoufAllary, 2016, Les Cahiers d'Esther vol.1 : histoires de mes 10 ansRiad SattoufAllary, 2016. Early in the story, the elder Sattouf proclaims, "I'd change everything among the Arabs. So I assume his silent mother was done on purpose but I'm not really sure why. Il y met beaucoup de tendresse et d'humour, et ne se prive pas d'épingler les paradoxes dans le discours de son père, sur la politique, la religion et la société. Satttouf’s narrative invites the reader to hear the sounds of the souq, inhale the smell of the sweat around him, and imagine the tastes of his diverse diet. [3][4], Sattouf's father influenced the title of the memoir through his ideal of raising his son as an "Arab of the future." Les lectures du Chatpitre L arabe du futur tome 1. Retrouvez L'Arabe du futur - Tome 1 et des millions de livres en stock sur Amazon.fr. A memoir by a former cartoonist for Charlie Hebdo. We are introduced to the difficulties of life in Libya and Syria and all of the cultural differences and the challenges for Riad to fit in and to speak Arabic. Another graphic novel of autobiographical slant (after ‘Maus’ and ‘Persepolis’). Whatever the case, this first volume of Riad Sattouf’s graphic memoir about his childhood growing up in Libya, Syria and France is absolutely mesmerising. Male Persepolis, but in Syria and Libya. It's as much his father's story as his own as he comes home and complains to his family every evening. Né d’un père syrien et d’une mère bretonne, Riad Sattouf grandit d’abord à … Both in Libya (where the 'modernization' of Gaddafi rolls over the country) and in Syria (where the Assad dictatorship is. De ses premiers livres au succès fulgurant et international... En direct des grands chocs esthétiques de l’histoire des arts et de la culture, c'est aujourd'hui le dessinateur Riad Sattouf qui emprunte la machine à... Riad Sattouf a non un seulement un talent fou mais aussi beaucoup d'humour ! secondess, L'Anachronique culturelle, le podcast original, Découvrez nos newsletters complémentaires, Allary Editions, 2018, Allary, 2017, Allary éditions, 2016, Allary Editions, 2014, Allary, 2020, Allary éditions, 2015, Allary, 2019, Allary, 2016, Réécouter Riad Sattouf : "Le dessin a été un moyen de me faire accepter par les autres", Riad Sattouf : "Le dessin a été un moyen de me faire accepter par les autres", LE I can’t wait to begin part 2. En 2018, selon RTL[19], les ventes pour les trois premiers volumes représentent plus d'un million et demi d'exemplaires et les traductions existent dans vingt-deux langues, mais pas en arabe. Un journaliste du New Yorker, dans un portrait consacré à Riad Sattouf, affirme toutefois que L'Arabe du futur est un livre très populaire chez les Syriens expatriés. Filled with terrible people, youth who want to be "gangsta", couples who will NOT stop kissing each other in public, and adults who will stop at nothing to criticize their children, La vie secrete des jeunes is a compilation of the best and worst of French life. Fin 2018, Riad Sattouf annonce que la série compterait finalement six volumes[7]. [The text on bookshelves and profiles of Goodreads now is like that, it just plain takes the enjoyment away when you have to concentrate on the font. Whatever the case, this first volume of Riad Sattouf’s graphic memoir about his childhood growing up in Libya, Syria and France is absolutely mesmerising. Ce premier tome couvre la période 1978-1984. Riad meets his recently divorced, womanizing maternal grandfather, then they stay with Riad's grandmother in Brittany. [2] In 2020, Sattouf announced the memoir's fifth volume was finished with only one extra volume pending before finalizing the saga.[6]. larabe du futur un rcit au conditionnel neuviemeart2 0. Issu d’un milieu pauvre, féru de politique et obsédé par le panarabisme, Abdel-Razak Sattouf élève son fils dans le culte des grands dictateurs arabes, symboles de modernité et de puissance virile. This memoir in the form of a graphic novel by Riad Sattouf is positively terrifying. I'm interested to see where this story goes in the next four volumes. The author's father is Syrian and his mother is French, and he spent different parts of his childhood in Libya, France, and Syria. Suivez Riad Sattouf sur les réseaux sociaux ! 24/07/2019, LE "[9] Also writing for the Times, Laila Lalami highlights the book's portrayal of Sattouf's father, and his gradual and uneven path from a young idealist to an authoritarian, yet impotent, hypocrite. His father was a complicated man, one of the only educated men in his family who could even read or write. "[2], "Riad Sattouf draws on multicultural past for The Arab of the Future", "Comic books of childhood under Arab dictators grip France", "Petit message pour toutes les lectrices et tous les lecteurs qui me posent si souvent la question Red heart #larabedufutur #larabedufutur5 #livre #love", "The Arab of the Future: A Graphic Memoir by Riad Sattouf", "New Novels by Paul Murray, César Aira and Others", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=The_Arab_of_the_Future&oldid=987876447, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 9 November 2020, at 19:36. Riad's grandmother has remarried and her new husband takes a liking to Riad. Certain objects and speech bubbles have thematic coloring. Le 12/10/2018 à 12h03 . Observant and filled with the type of 'shock of culture' that so often is not considered relevant when trying to understand national identification. Riad encounters severe bullying, in which two cousins accuse him of being Jewish and mercilessly torment him—seemingly because of his blond hair and foreign mother. Born in France, then to Libya, then to Syria, we see a child's view of the regions and the cultures. Instagram.com/riadsattouf Il raconte son vécu dans le village rural de Ter Maaleh, notamment sa vie d'écolier, et la pression des traditions familiales. Welcome back. She draws parallels between the rural France of the past, exemplified by her elderly neighbor who lives in extremely rustic conditions, and the developing Arab world of the modern era. M'abonner à cette discussion. It all merges into a cross cultural and cross national chaos. L’Arabe du futur Ce livre raconte l’histoire vraie d’un enfant blond et de sa famille dans la Libye de Kadhafi et la Syrie d’Hafez Al-Assad. The family remains in Libya for two years, during which Riad's grandmother and uncle visit them from Syria. She was totally underdeveloped which i felt wasn't very realistic, considering some of the tight spots they were living in. The work recounts Sattouf's childhood growing up in France, Libya and Syria in the 1970s and 80s. J'ai adoré ce premier tome de L'arabe du futur, écrit par Riad Sattouf, auteur que j'admire beaucoup. He's blind to his many faults and contradictions as he tries to live something of a Western life in a Middle Eastern world. This is not a light read, and it has heapings of both bullying and animal abuse. Surprised by how much I loved this one - funny, sharp, and thought-provoking. There's so much to mull over in here - the way Sattouf depicts childhood (and how children perceive different cultures), the nutso but fascinating portrait of his father, and the way that the political and the personal intersect. Fin 2018, Riad Sattouf annonce que la série compterait finalement six volumes[7]. "l'arabe du futur doit aller l'école", et c'est sur son passé qu'il se retourne. En juin 2015, peu de temps après la sortie du tome 2, qualifié d'« excellente autobiographie » par Le Figaro, le volume est déjà annoncé comme un succès de librairie avec 75 000 exemplaires mis en place[10],[11]. When Gaddafi's state of the popular masses declares new laws requiring people of different social classes to swap occupations, Abdul-Razak fears losing his teaching job, and the family leaves Libya in 1982. You can't write an autobiography that will present the entirety of the world around you objectively. We get a child’s perspective of parental conflicts that begin to shape his identity and worldview. His father was a complicated man, one of the o. I'd force them to stop being bigots, to educate themselves, and to enter into the modern world. ", Purposefully written from the perspective of a child, Sattouf employs simplistic yet comprehensive drawings that are more rudimentary than, yet not entirely dissimilar to, his other works such as La vie secrète des jeunes, his column in the famous satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo. After earning his doctorate, he moved his family to Libya, and then later to Syria. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The author's father is Syrian and his mother is French, and he spent different parts of his childhood in Libya, France, and Syria. Riad and his mother are toted around at the whim of his father, a strongly opinionated and prejudiced academic. [2] The first volume of L'Arabe du futur won the 2015 Fauve d’Or prize for best graphic novel at the Angoulême International Comics Festival. Chez Mirabilia. Thought provoking and always enlighteni. 06/11/2020, Réécouter Riad Sattouf : "Je suis entré dans le monde des livres par la porte d’Abdul Al-Hazrad, l’Arabe fou de Damas", Riad Sattouf : "Je suis entré dans le monde des livres par la porte d’Abdul Al-Hazrad, l’Arabe fou de Damas", Réécouter Riad Sattouf : "La bande dessinée est un moyen d’expression de la toute-puissance", Riad Sattouf : "La bande dessinée est un moyen d’expression de la toute-puissance", LE And, as a bonus, my sense of humor meshed perfectly with Satt. The text has been translated into sixteen languages,[7] demonstrating its international appeal. Le tome 4 ajoute à ces 21 langues le roumain et le serbe, mais ne mentionne plus le grec. *Edit* I now have Stylebot and Font Changer so GR is in nice colours with good fonts and not one single thing, ad or feature I don't want to see. In this book Riad Sattouf presents his earliest youth (partly spent in France, Libya and Syria) and we tend to see everything through his innocent eyes, giving the story a neutral look, but clearly it is 'steered' by the writer Sattouf. Messages : 603. 22,90 €. From the nascent regime of Gaddafi to the more insidious, but no less dangerous regime of Assad, Sattouf uses an acerbic humour to explore life in three dictatorships, two political and the third under his increasingly despotic father; whilst the former two are far more dangerous and have a far bigger impact on the wider world, the latter defines the small world which defines Sattouf's childhood.