Sonatines de deuil by Hubert Lucot
By Hubert Lucot
En mars 2010, l'épouse d'Hubert Lucot (A.M.) fut déclarée atteinte d'un melanoma du pancréas.
Elle mourut à Auteuil, dans une unité de soins palliatifs, le nine août 2012.
Le 24 août, à Soulac-sur-Mer, Emmanuel Lucot, le fils d'A.M. et H.L., dissémina ses cendres dans l'Océan.
Du 1er septembre 2012 au 7 novembre 2013, Hubert Lucot a tenu un magazine de deuil qui, travaillé, est devenu un roman.
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