By Léo Levy
Ce livre est l. a. relation d’un parcours – celui de Benny Lévy – à travers l. a. voix de sa femme Léo, un itinéraire où les exigences de l. a. pensée et les gestes quotidiens s’ajustent au plus près, alliant à l’extrême rigueur un généreux amour de l. a. vie.«Dans los angeles lumière sans complaisance des matins de Jérusalem, trois stations : l. a. maison, l. a. maison de prière, l. a. maison d’étude. Le soir, une fois par semaine, détour par le lieu d’enseignement où un public bariolé, passionné, vient écouter le petit homme en noir. Simplicité des rythmes, transparence des jours, soi rassemblé. À Jérusalem, aucun mystère, pas de recoins obscurs grouillant de projections fantasmatiques. Mais ailleurs ? En d’autres temps ?Le chef révolutionnaire sans nom, à l’existence inconceivable, en tout cas invisible, pouvait-il vraiment du chaos des faits et des discours faire émerger une imaginative and prescient et une visée claires ?Il eut des maîtres. Côté philosophie, il se réfère à Sartre, Althusser et Lévinas. Côté sagesse d’Israël, il a été enseigné par un cabaliste ashkénaze, un rav français d’origine marocaine, un Yérouchalmi d’ascendance lituanienne.Enfin, au cœur de l’énigme, quel lien entre ce tout jeune Juif arrivé d’Égypte, pathétique et ardent, en quête acharnée d’assimilation, et los angeles fille du faubourg Saint-Antoine, placide, rigolote par parti pris, qui portait encore vivaces les strains des villes juives de Pologne ? Étrange rencontre. Plus étrange encore, los angeles constance malgré les turbulences.
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Mrs. Byron had given up her lodgings in Sloane Terrace and had taken a room with a Mrs. Massingberd at 16 Piccadilly. Her son stayed with her occasionally, but spent most of the time with the Hansons. ~rs. Baillie and Laurie had devised a shoe for him with a brace round the ankle and they continued to bandage the foot. Hanson had secured from the Court of Chancery a grant of £soo a ye~r for Byron's education, payable in quarterly installments to his mother, whose pension from the Civil List was reduced from Harrow and the Hills of Annesley 25 £300 to £2oo.
In a narrow lane known as Long Acre, very near to the house in Broad Street, a Mr. John Bowers kept a mixed and noisy school in a grimy warehouse-like room, poorly lighted, with a low ceiling and dusty floor. "· During the next year, under more competent instructors, he learned to read. And he began the study of Latin in Ruddiman's Grammar. In 1794, when Byron was six, news came of an event that was to change the whole course of his life. The "Wicked" Lord Byron's grandson had been killed by a cannon ball in Corsica and George Gordon had become heir presumptive to the title and estates of his Byron ancestors.
He had received a few hundred pounds from the money lenders at ruinous interest. He paid his Harrow debts and also £231 of College bills, but he had no intention of returning. "I happen to have a few hundreds in ready Cash by me," he reported with a kind of malicious glee to his mother; " . . but I find it inconvenient to remain at College, not for the expence. . " And he broke the news that he wanted to spend a couple of years abroad. " 'Tis true I cannot enter France; but Germany and the Courts of Berlin, Vienna & Petersburg are still open.