Lost parkour ps(alms)

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Presses universitaires de Rouen et du Havre, 14 mars 2014 - 142 pages

 

Browne’s psalms are in a close relationship with what an individual experiences or feels.  They express precise circumstances. They come as a response to a need, a thirst, a hunger. To find and underline alms in psalms: To write one’s own psalms. Browne’s psalter is grounded in the noble and prestigious tradition of song as a privileged place for personality’s input and growth within and through religion. What a freedom! What a multiplicity of moves is stressed, within such a tradition, one to which Lost Parkour Ps(alms) takes us! With what audacity! With what self-confidence!

 

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