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Jonas Alleaume

Bookseller
Company
Albertine
Occupation
Intern
Bio
Jonas is exited to have joined Albertine team this fall for a six month internship which reunites both his passions for books and multicultural exchanges. When he is not recommending books to clients, writing/creating posts for Albertine, or representing Albertine at outdoor events, he is working through the completion of a Master in Creative Writing at the University of Le Havre. Previously, he graduated from The University of Paris VII, with a degree in English and Spanish Language.
Favorite Genres
Fiction, Graphic Novels, narrative nonfiction, Poetry, theater
Jonas Alleaume | June 12, 2019
Laurent Gaudé summons both history and fiction to deliver an epic fresco that questions the making of history itself. And as the centuries and places merge into a tangle of wars – individual and collective – one story emerges. What do victory and defeat mean? Is there victory in defeat? Loss in victory? And most of all, what happens when…
Laurent Gaudé summons both history and fiction to deliver an epic fresco that questions the making of history itself. And as the centuries and places merge into a tangle of wars – individual and collective – one story emerges. What do victory and defeat mean? Is there victory in defeat?…
Laurent Gaudé summons both history and fiction to deliver an epic fresco that questions the making of history itself. And…
Jonas Alleaume | October 20, 2016
No doubt about it, everything about this novel feels like the 70s! From Paris to Saint-Tropez to Tunisia, Christophe Donner shares with us the most intimate moments of his riotous youth. The chronicle of this post-68 rebel French kid’s sexual awakening allows no room for indifference!
No doubt about it, everything about this novel feels like the 70s! From Paris to Saint-Tropez to Tunisia, Christophe Donner shares with us the most intimate moments of his riotous youth. The chronicle of this post-68 rebel French kid’s sexual awakening allows no room for indifference!
No doubt about it, everything about this novel feels like the 70s! From Paris to Saint-Tropez to Tunisia, Christophe Donner…
Jonas Alleaume | September 26, 2016
Laurent Gaudé summons both history and fiction to deliver an epic fresco that questions the making of history itself.
Laurent Gaudé summons both history and fiction to deliver an epic fresco that questions the making of history itself.
Laurent Gaudé summons both history and fiction to deliver an epic fresco that questions the making of history itself.