Notre Mère la Terre · Seattle Chief's speech
1854 speech of Seattle, chief of the Duwamish and Squamish tribes, before Governor Isaac Stevens, illustrated by the works of visual artist Jean-Bernard Chardel, prefaced by philosopher and sociologist Edgar Morin and translated and postfaced by Michelle Jean-Baptiste .
Inspirational speech for a preserved nature and a respect of "our mother the earth" for ourselves and the generations to come. “Teach your children what we have taught ours, that the earth is our mother. Everything that happens to the earth, happens to the sons of the earth. »
Some works by Jean Bernard Chardel are presented in our shop.
Auteur : Chef Seattle
Illustrateur : Jean-Bernard Chardel
Préfacier : Edgar Morin
Genre : Citation, livre d'art
Dépôt : Février 2018
Nb Pages : 51 pages
Format : 15 x 21 cm
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