What We Dreamed of

Join French novelist François Roux, and New York correspondent for the French newspaper Le Monde  Stéphane Lauer, as they discuss Roux’s latest novel, Tout ce dont on rêvait (What we dreamed of), a captivating description of the evolution of French society — from the citizen mobilization for gay marriage to the Charlie Hebdo tragedy — through the story of a love triangle.

In French. Free and open to the public. No RSVP necessary.

François Roux is a film and theater director.He is the author of three novels, including the bestseller Le Bonheur national brut (Albin Michel, 2014), and Tout ce dont on rêvait (Albin Michel, 2017).

A graduated from Toulouse’s Institute for Political Studies and from the Strasbourg’s Academic Center for Journalism, Stéphane Lauer is correspondent for the French newspaper Le Monde in New York since 2013. He first joined the newspaper in 1994 as a  staff writer for the economy pages before heading the Economy section from 2008 til 2011. He is the author of Renault, une révolution française, published by  JC Lattès (Renault, a French revolution), the story of a French public company that became a major player of the car industry.