By Guy de Maupassant
Entre 1880 et 1887, Maupassant voyage sur les rivages de l. a. Méditerranée – Côte d’Azur, Corse, Italie, Afrique du Nord… – et adresse aux gazettes parisiennes le récit de ses pérégrinations. Ces chroniques, ici choisies et commentées par Henri Mitterand, composent un magazine de bord passionnant, où Maupassant décrit avec l. a. précision du journaliste et raconte avec le expertise de l’écrivain. Depuis plus d’un siècle, tant de choses ont changé, et pourtant… los angeles strength d’évocation de Maupassant est telle qu’il nous fait respirer le parfum des roses, naviguer dans los angeles brise du soir, chevaucher dans le désert, dormir à l. a. belle étoile… Lire ses chroniques, c’est découvrir en sa compagnie des terres étrangères, écrasées de soleil, qui conservent tout leur mystère et leur beauté. l. a. lettre et l. a. plume, une assortment qui marie littérature et histoire au travers d’ écrits intimes (mémoires, correspondances, journaux, chroniques...) d’une grande qualité littéraire.
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Facts! Information! Analysis! Everything else is relatively unimportant. What About Identification and Fascination? Information-based stories can establish identification by using case studies as illustrations of the issue. They can enhance fascination by using the medium to its best potential. Unless there are articulate pictures and a generous use of NATURAL SOUND, the viewer remains psychologically detached and the emotional part of communication is lost. News bulletins are information-based but they’re not really stories.
L l Example 1: African dance is popular in Denmark. The hobby is growing as more and more Danes find emotional therapy in this highly rhythmic dance form. Ordinary Danes from ordinary middle class lifestyles tell in VOs how it feels to move their bodies to drums. Music is dominant. A VO from a journalist links the sections and gives context. Fade up from black: a slow pan over a typical Danish countryside with wind in the trees. A-V tease: Shoooo! :04. Fade up music: Boom… boom boom! :04. Cut to the interior of a Danish country cottage and reveal the source of the music: an African man is sitting in a Danish living room playing a drum.
Context: all stories require background information to give a context to the story. Without this, the details do not make sense. Information-based stories work best when the context immediately follows the angle. Development: to keep the angle sharp, tell the story through two to three points that are directly related to the angle and subordinate to it. (Think of the angle as an umbrella). Each point is a claim or an assertion that you need to prove. The proof comes from documentation that is edited segments from interviews.