Apprendre l’hébreu en déchiffrant les murs

Un ancien journaliste propose des tours dans les rues de Florentine, à Tel-Aviv, pour apprendre l’hébreu. A la recherche de graffitis perdus...

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February 7, 2012 12:44
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Un cours d'Hebreu en plein air

graffiti. (photo credit: deborah sinai)

 
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‘Niva, barman ou salope ?” peut-on lire sur le flan d’un immeuble décrépi de la rue Kishon. L’artère coupe le coeur du sablonneux quartier Florentine, au sud de Tel-Aviv.

“On dirait que Niva a brisé le coeur de quelqu’un”, s’amuse Guy Sharett accompagné d’un groupe de nouveaux immigrants qui parcourent la ville pour tenter de déchiffrer des inscriptions en hébreu.

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