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Bacqué, Pascal

Pascal Bacqué is a poet and a writer and a devotee of the Talmud. His work has evolved gradually, from the poetic form – Imperium, Ode to Armageddon – as well as via artistic collaborations (as director of the collection « Libelles » for L’âge d’Homme, Member of the editorial board of the magazine La Règle du Jeu, working for three years as director of the French Talmudic College with René Lévy . . .). He has authored Imperium (L’âge d’Homme, 2007), The Legend of Elias (L’âge d’Homme, 2011), Ode to the end of the world (L’âge d’Homme, 2014), Jewish law, civil law, natural law. Letters on marriage for all and its consequences yet to unfold (with Jean-Claude Milner, Grasset, 2014). He likes to point out that his one book is a narrative. Fifteen years of research and five different drafts took him on a journey through his life and that of the world. Now, he is transcribing his observations.

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