The adventures of a red ant: X. ASSAULT – CARNAGE

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And we walked, with me carried, in front of the liberators! “Urbain!“ said one of the young men, laughing, “deliverance is near!“ “And bites too!“ replied the brave captain. Soon we arrived at the crest of a hill that was … Read More

The adventures of a red ant: VIII. THE NIGHT MONSTERS – IN A TOOTHPICK

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Sugar was not lacking on the commercial port, because I took care not to waste my time on the military port: the balls, the cannons and the rest will always be a pitiful treat for the ants! So here I … Read More

The adventures of a red ant: VI. Resort – The Treasury

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If you asked me about my days, I would say that I let them pass in the middle of the most charming races in the woods, the moor and the surroundings. My slaves worked perfectly: our larvae were well cared, … Read More

The adventures of a red ant: V. DEATH OF MY BROTHER – I SAVE MYSELF

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For a few days our slaves, digging deep in the cellars of our anthill to enlarge them, had encountered a pile of bizarre matters. It was like a mass of thick tissue; if it had been made of silk, wool … Read More

The adventures of a red ant: IV. The cows of mother Anille

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So we like sugar, the confession is made! But our young students love him as much and more than us! It must be filled! In the absence of sugar, they need – this is more respectable – sweet and sweeten … Read More

The adventures of a red ant: Interior details

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Alas! Alas! I realize that I drive from stranger to stranger and that, after explaining who we are, we, one of the great nations among the ants, I must now explain what is an expedition of cows. This explanation is … Read More

Stanislaw Lem vs. Andrei Tarkovsky

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Andrei Tarkovski (1932 – 1986) was born in Russia. Tarkovsky directed the first five of his seven films (Ivan’s Childhood (1962), Andrei Rublev (1966), Solaris (1972), Mirror (1975) and Stalker (1979)) in the Soviet Union; his latest films, Nostalghia (1983) … Read More

The adventures of a red ant: The architecture – The corrosive rain

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But it’s time, I think, to talk a little about myself. I am tall, I am strong, I am brave, I am beautiful! My limbs, elegantly and firmly attached, have the firmness of steel, of which they borrow the golden … Read More

Towards happiness, by Octave Mirbeau

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… My wife is pretty divinely: never more admirable eyes illuminated with more beauty a more delicious face; she is inexhaustibly good… I love her, she loves me; just six months ago today we were married. Only six months, is … Read More

The adventures of a red ant: I. A raid of slaves

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“It’s time to go! Taratantara!! …” “Alert! Taratantara!!!” The anthill is covered with soldiers brandishing in the sun their bright, sharp mandibles. It is an indescribable back and forth … What a beautiful melee! … What a beautiful start! Long … Read More

The Locket

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“Come on, Vlad, get your backpack to go, it will rain in about an hour and it’s not it’s not good to catch us here. “I’m not going until I find the locket, I told you! Go away, I will … Read More

Voltaire: Candide – Conclusion

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Candide, in the depths of his heart, had no desire to marry Cunegonde; but the extreme impertinence of the baron determined him to conclude the marriage; and Cunegonde pressed him so hard that he could not withdraw from it. He … Read More

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