Author: Christine Béhain
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|series:||Pensieri di Strada|
This book is the testimony of a life that is not that of the Third World, but of a Fourth World, near and yet unknown.
It's a story that starts from the meeting of two women: White, retired teacher, and Alice , an old pupil.
Alice has directed his life toward people living in extreme poverty: the Fourth World.
feels the need to express in words what he lives and why he decided to talk to his professor of philosophy in high school.
Together they begin a stroll, which turns into a way of life.
Alice tells and retraces the steps of his journey through portraits of people who have marked, recalls the figures of Geneviève de Gaulle Anthonioz, with whom he worked, and Father Joseph Wresinski, founder of ATD Fourth World.
the reader goes a story in which the encounter with the poor leads to a reflection on the universal human condition.
In a concrete way the reader is brought into contact with the problem, he sees "from within", discovering some truths that only experience can make people understand and sense it becomes increasingly clear hand in hand that the dialogue progresses.
A book of life, full of humanity, which we propose a new point of view and promises us that at the end of the journey we will encounter.