News POINT OF VIEW. Jean Sulivan, what heritage?

10:15  21 october  2020
10:15  21 october  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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In a text for Ouets-France, Jean Lavoué, author and publisher, reviews the disappearance of the Breton writer Jean Sulivan.

Forty years ago the Breton writer Jean Sulivan died. Run over by a car, he was not found by his friends at Boulogne-Billancourt hospital until a few days later. He had been admitted there, in fact, under his civil status name: Joseph Lemarchand. He did not survive his injuries and died on February 16, 1980 at the age of 66.

Existential crisis

Joseph Lemarchand was born on October 30, 1913 to a peasant family from Montauban-de-Bretagne. He hardly knew his father who was killed in the war. His mother remarried, which was an injury to him. Despite having several half-siblings, he still considered himself an only child. After studying at Chateaugiron and then at the major seminary of Rennes, he was ordained a priest in 1938. He carried out this function with passion, his oratorical talent bringing him undeniable success. Student chaplain then professor at the Saint-Vincent high school in Rennes, he organized conferences, created a film club, “La chambre noire” and a monthly newspaper, “Dialogues-Ouest”. He invited renowned intellectuals, artists and directors… He was then one of the recognized leaders of Rennes' intellectual life.

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But his main internal debate is played out with his Church and in particular with his own clerical status. He knows all the secondary benefits at this time when Brittany is still a deeply Catholic land. But at the same time, he saw it as a test and a straitjacket. It is a real existential crisis that he is going through.

"My readers, my parish ..."

This will lead to a total metamorphosis of her vocation. Writing, with the publication of his first novel in 1958, The Inner Journey, will henceforth be the route tearing him away from the status and position of clerical power, the facilities and abuse of which he had known. He takes a pseudonym, Jean Sulivan, inspired by the title of an Irish film. After his first successes in literature, he left Rennes in the early 1960s to reach Paris and fully immerse himself in the river of writing. The Archbishop of Rennes, Cardinal Roques, authorizes him to no longer exercise any ministry other than that of a writer.

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“My readers, my parish…”, he writes in fact. In twenty years, he has published nearly thirty books. He had a profound influence on many research readers in the post-conciliar years. More than anyone else, he sees the coming institutional crisis. So, with his incomparable style, he takes the option for a path of spiritual poverty and interiority. His novels and essays invite reversal and exodus. Recognized author, he is mainly published by Gallimard where he manages several collections.

A esteemed friend of Hubert Beuve-Mery, founder of Le Monde, he also has solid ties to the newspaper. His works are warmly listed there. On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of his death, l'Enfance des Trees (Hennebont) publishes these articles, but also a set of sixty testimonies including those of Jean-Claude Guillebaud, Colette Nys-Mazure, Claude Goure, Bertrand Révillion, Michel Cool, Robert Migliorini, Anne Sigier, Jacques Musset, Marc Leboucher, Joseph Thomas, Gabriel Ringlet, Robert Scholtus, Dominique Collin, Myriam Tonus, Guy Coq…. A book of tribute and recognition for an author who changed the fate of many lives.

1. Jean Sulivan, In the hope of a word, Childhood of trees, 2020, 380 pages, 20 euros.

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