By Wajdi Mouawad
Lorsqu’il découvre le meurtre de sa femme, Wahhch Debch est tétanisé : il doit à tout prix savoir qui a fait ça, et qui donc si ce n’est pas lui ? Éperonné par sa douleur, il se lance dans une irrémissible chasse à l’homme en suivant l’odeur sacrée, millénaire et animale du sang versé. Seul et abandonné par l’espérance, il s’embarque dans une furieuse odyssée à travers l’Amérique, territoire de toutes les violences et de toutes les beautés. Les mémoires infernales qui sommeillent en lui, ensevelies dans les replis de son enfance, se réveillent du nord au sud, au touch de l’humanité des uns et de los angeles bestialité des autres. Pour lever le voile sur le mensonge de ses origines, Wahhch devra-t-il lâcher le chien de sa colère et faire le sacrifice de son âme ?
Par son projet, par sa tenue, par son accomplissement, ce roman-Minotaure repousse les bornes de los angeles littérature. Anima est une bête, à l. a. fois réelle et fabuleuse, qui veut dévorer l’Inoubliable.
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Monasteries founded after the decree received no such subsidy. Additionally, monasteries were subjected to a strict budget, and the number of monks and nuns who could be admitted was also severely restricted. + The Beginning of Reform Although the idiorythmic model dominated Russian monasticism for most of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, a reform movement developed that desired a return to Basil’s cenobitic model. This movement first appeared among women’s monasteries in the late eighteenth century, in direct response to Catherine’s decree.
Reforming the Monasteries One of the few oﬃcial discussions involving monasteries may be seen in one subcommittee of the pre-sobor commission in . It decided that the normal authorization for the opening or closing of monasteries should remain in the hands of the diocesan bishop rather than the synod. Only if a monastery needed state subsidies should the central church au- + thorities be involved in its establishment. Under the existing rules, permission for opening and closing monasteries and granting subsidies came not only from the synod but also from the treasury and the ministry of the interior.
22 A contemporary of Metropolitan Filaret who likewise had a great efect on the development of women’s monasticism was Bishop Theofan the Recluse (–). While Metropolitan Filaret concerned himself with restructuring the organization of women’s monasteries, Bishop Theofan concerned himself with women’s spiritual lives. A gifted preacher who often used folk expressions in his sermons, Bishop Theofan dedicated himself to introducing all people, both monastics and nonmonastics, to asceticism.