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Charles de Foucauld à l'écoute des voix touarègues

Abstract : The original intention of Charles de Foucauld was to prepare the arrival of the missionaries in the Hoggar, by composing a Tuareg lexicon and grammar. Then the collection of poems became for him a goal in itself. The six thousand verses he has collected are one of the few documents that allow us to hear the voice of the Tuaregs of the pre-colonial era.
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Dominique Casajus. Charles de Foucauld à l'écoute des voix touarègues. Romain Bertrand; Hélène Blais; Isabelle Heullant-Donat; Guillaume Calafat. L'exploration du monde. Une autre histoire des grandes découvertes, Éditions du Seuil, pp.441-444, 2019, L'exploration du monde. Une autre histoire des grandes découvertes. ⟨halshs-02306386⟩

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