Jacques Vergès Mort

August 17, 2013 by  

Jacques Vergès Mort, When asked politely how he was, he replied, for years, “incurably good.” But life is ultimately curable thing, Jacques Vergès has changed his mind and died Thursday, August 15, at the age of 88 years. With a certain panache in the same room where Voltaire pushed his last breath, May 30, 1778, as discovered L’Express.
“He was very aimaigri, he walked slowly, said Christian Charriere-Bournazel, the former president of Paris, he had difficulty talking but intellectually, was intact.” He was recovering from a bad bronchitis, and a friend offered him the eve of her house on the Quai Voltaire, facing the Louvre, where lived the great writer. Jacques Vergès collapsed Thursday before dinner, as just before going down, and carries with it a host of little secrets.

Brilliant lawyer, feared and sometimes hated, Vergès was built with a rare treat a statue of any cynicism and provocation, and pretended like we do not like. He told one day, between puffs of a cigar, “I worship myself,” and agitator of genius, he had managed to scramble to pleasure his own biography.

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