The promotion of his book,
Le Partage d'Orient
, was halted at the beginning of April.
Since then, we have understood that Sophie Makariou, director of the National Museum of Asian Arts-Guimet, was in the race for the presidency of the Louvre.
It doesn't matter what media silence it has imposed on itself so as not to confuse the messages: this intimate and very well-written book can be read in one go, with or without text explanations.
It tells a personal and very universal story, that of belonging to a double culture.
Daughter of a Breton woman and a Cypriot, who became French in 1956, Sophie Makariou considers that she was
"born in Cyprus in 1973"
at the age of 7.
During a first stay with the paternal family, she meets the colors, flavors, light and
"the intoxication of another world"
, which she will love madly.
But a year later, war and
entered his life, and especially that of his father who would never recover.
Until then populated by two communities,
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