By Umberto Eco
Les Nouveaux pastiches et postiches d'Umberto Eco se présentent un peu comme l'œuvre mineure du grand homme. Le style d'ouvrage que l'on commet quand on est arrivé. Recueil de nouvelles de science-fiction, de chroniques éditoriales pour los angeles presse milanaise et de petites notes semi-autobiographiques, les Nouveaux pastiches rassemblent vingt ans de textes mineurs. On despatched le badinage chez l'important sémiologue, chez l'auteur du Nom de los angeles Rose, bref chez le monstre sacré de l'édition. Ni tout à fait scories certes, ni pensum mémorable légué à los angeles postérité. Les textes se laissent lire - d'une qualité inégale, glissant parfois vers los angeles chronique sub-kafkaïenne, parfois vers los angeles petite diatribe misanthrope. Polémiste et railleur, le propos ne manque pas d'humour, peignant en quelques touches acides les travers de l. a. modernité. C'est un peu l. a. vie mode d'emploi ... vue par une notabilité internationale.
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Like a jeweled hairpin a vision of her alone pierces my sight more and more. The woman had been away for a long time when, perhaps no longer able to bear up, she sent the poem: Now no more perhaps— But the grass of forgetting  TALES OF ISE or even one seed into your heart's deep furrows I had no desire to sow. His reply: This forgetting grass if you would know where it grows look to your own fields: "In these fields only love grows" how I long to believe it! Then, much more than in the past they exchanged letters and poems.
Last year's spring yet unchanged? No, this body of mine alone seems the same as once before. Thus with the dawn faintly breaking he returned in tears. DAN V Long ago there lived a young man. Very secretly he went to the vicinity of the Eastern Fifth Ward. Because his visits were to be unknown he could not enter from the gate, so he would slip through a break which the servant children had made in the earthen wall. Though there were few who knew of his visits, the master of the house caught wind of it since these trips were so frequent.
Nonetheless, before my eyes visions of you come wafting.. . In reply to this the young man answered: Like the drifting clouds to a distance now removed for this long time past: On that peak which once was mine the gales are blowing strongly, Besides, it was said she had other lovers. DAN XX Long ago a young man saw a woman in the Province of Yamato. He was attracted to her and made himself her lover. So it was, and after a while he had to return as he was in the service of the Court. On the way back the young man broke off a spray of maple that was delightfully colored like the autumn maples though it  TALES OF ISE was only the third month.