Résumé du roman *Bleu univers* de Tarek Issaoui: Un mathématicien découvre la forme de l’univers. Au fil des pages, il livre le fruit d’une réflexion qui embrasse sciences, arts et mystique.
Agora Vox, France - lundi, 26 février 2007 - par Akram Belkaïd
Summary of the novel *Bleu univers* (Blue universe) by Tarek Issaoui: A mathematician discovers the shape of the universe. Through the pages, he delivers the fruit of a reflexion which embraces sciences, arts and mystic.
There is also in this novel, a wink - light but real - at the sufi mysticism for which the universe can concentrate on one point and for which the search can lead only to one vision among so many others of the truth.
To gather all the directions in only one, to fold up the space, to curve it. To end up drawing this sphere whose center is everywhere, and the circumference nowhere. In short, to approach the sacred letter Alif, this place where, without merging, are all the places of the Univers, seen from all the angles.
Tarek IssaouiBleu universEdition Scali178 pages€ 18