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Mitat de gal - Moitié de poulet - Martine Prévôt, Edouard Monneau (Half a chicken). A traditional and universal tale, a host of contemporary elements help situate the tale in today's world. Nature's poorly endowed hero comes face to face with the harshness of a powerful man. A tremendous surge of solidarity springs up to help him. Bilingual Occitan and French. Edite-moi !
|Language||French + Occitan of Languedoc|
|Format||21 x 21 cm|
Mitat de gal - Moitié de poulet - Martine Prévôt, Edouard Monneau
A traditional and universal tale, Half a Chicken is here revisited by the author.
A host of contemporary elements help situate the tale in today's world. The hero, poorly endowed physically by nature, comes up against the harshness of a powerful man. A tremendous surge of solidarity sets in to help him defeat the man to whom fortune seemed to have given all power...
Translation into Occitan by Martine Prévôt and Anne-Marie Caparros.
Illustrations by Edouard Monneau.
Editions Edite-moi !
Passionate about tales from all horizons and an Occitan teacher, Martine Prévôt loves to find echoes in these tales of the hardships endured by the humble folk of Occitanie and beyond.
Edouard Monneau was born in 1991 in Bachas, in the Cominges region of France. His first passion was gymnastics, then, at 19, sitting on the benches of the Miralh University in Toulouse, he rediscovered the joy of drawing. In 2017, he graduated from the Grau professional d'ilustracio a l'Escola pública d'art i disseny Massana de Barcelona. He now lives with his grandparents on the Catalan coast.
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