“Aletheia”, collection of poems by Georges de Rivas: A great poetry with a powerful incantatory effect | The Tunisian Press

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Here is first, to give you a taste of this great poetry, some first verses opening the 3e song from this new collection of the wide-ranging French poet, Georges de Rivas. Luminous verses which undoubtedly reveal to us his dermal, visceral and deeply lyrical relationship to poetic creation which is for him what it was … Read more

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Mercury retrograde why is this period reputed to be chaotic

AA/Tunis *Guterres wishes the success of the next elections in Tunisia (AA) The Secretary General of the United Nations (UN), Antonio Guterres, expressed his hope for the success of the next elections in Tunisia, stressing that the international organization will “always be at the side” of this Arab country. The Secretary-General hailed Tunisia’s constant positions … Read more

Brazil-Tunisia: “A dream!”, in the hearts of Tunisian fans before the gala match at the Parc des Princes

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Future opponents of France during the group stage of the World Cup in Qatar, the Carthage Eagles will play their last preparation match this Tuesday evening against Brazil in a Parc des Princes which should be largely tinged with red and white. Report in the heart of the Tunisian supporters. It is 4 p.m. this … Read more

Grandstand | Is philosophy an electric circuit? | The Tunisian Press

How to live 24 hours a day with the Holy

By Dr MA BOUHADIBA* Lhen we look for a definition of philosophy we discover that it is the love of wisdom. It is, in fact, the contraction of two Greek words: love, philosophy and wisdom, sophie. If one looks for a clearer definition, one finds many definitions that make it difficult to grasp the true … Read more

Opening of the Carthage Choreographic Days: Dancing, an act of existence, an act of resistance | The Tunisian Press

Opening of the Carthage Choreographic Days Dancing an act of

Saturday evening, at the Cité de la culture, the space was the place for dancing bodies. The inaugural evening of the Carthage Choreographic Days was a communion for all the dancers, the professionals and the public, a moment of magic, made up of immersive experiences in the very special world of dance. From June 11 … Read more

“I would have liked to be an artist” by Omar Bey: Like a spider’s web | The Tunisian Press

I would have liked to be an artist by Omar

It is out of the ordinary, off the beaten path, off the gallery, it takes place in his studio in an old palace at the end of a dark corridor by the sea. Time stops in his studio, a place he lives with works born in situ. Omar Bey questions himself, questions himself, poses a … Read more

Seif Jaziri, from precocious talent to incisive joker: Percussion suits him so well | The Tunisian Press

Will we see Jaziri perforate, shine and, why not, embody the modern striker of the Tunisia team against Equatorial Guinea and against Botswana in the CAN 2023 qualifiers? Of course, there are good reasons for hope. With his interesting frame, his percussion, his velocity and his instinctive malice, Seifeddine Jaziri, 29, has won for some … Read more