Pierre Loti, The Life of a Traveller

Alain Quella-Villéger is one of the great specialists on the life and work of the writer and traveler Pierre Loti. To mark the 100th anniversary of his death, together with his brother Didier Quella-Guyot and the cartoonist Pascal Regnauld, he publishes a comic strip that traces his travels to all corners of the world.

This year, on June 10th, we celebrate the hundredth anniversary of his death. Pierre Loti traveled the world all his life. A naval officer who through his missions, his loved ones, his drawings and of course his writings – be they his reports or his novels – shared his passion for discovery and cultural differences with his readers, often worrying about, sometimes outraged by, the standardization of the world the violence of men.

In the footsteps and in the wake of this amazing traveler, our three guests take us today through an exciting comic album that takes us from Easter Island to Japan, from Egypt in the Basque Country to India, Tahiti, Constantinople or Senegal.

while drawing, Pascal Renauldscreenplay, two brothers, one with a degree in history, the other in letters, Alain Questa-Villeger etc Didier That Guyot. comics” Pierre Loti, The Life of a Traveller », is published by Calmann-Lévy Graphic.

Report: His famous grandfather, Achille Zavatta, played Auguste the red-nosed clown. He kept the giant red and black shoes from his “Grandpa” comedian Warren Zavatta. Even if his story, which he tells in “Out of the lane, his new show”, is sometimes that of a clown next to his pumps. Because Warren Zavatta suffers from a serious psychiatric illness, bipolarity. Marjorie Bertin visited him in Paris at the Théâtre du Lucernaire.

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