Miriam Bridenne | February 7, 2024
He goes by Ricardo, Alexandre, Daniel, Richard. His surname, profession, nationality change faster than a New York minute. Why? To seduce as many women as he can. He's on the rampage in Brazil, France, Portugal, Poland and he multiplies profiles on social media literally everywhere. Ricardo is a man with a thousand faces, addicted to face holes and all sorts…
He goes by Ricardo, Alexandre, Daniel, Richard. His surname, profession, nationality change faster than a New York minute. Why? To seduce as many women as he can. He's on the rampage in Brazil, France, Portugal, Poland and he multiplies profiles on social media literally everywhere. Ricardo is a man with…
He goes by Ricardo, Alexandre, Daniel, Richard. His surname, profession, nationality change faster than a New York minute. Why? To…
Miriam Bridenne | February 6, 2024
Les Fleurs sauvages (POL, 2024) is as much a novel about the birth of an artist, as it is about the dynamics within a family’s, as it is about our connection to nature. Houdart treats each aspect of her fiction with the same importance, she explores each narrative line with the same degree of engagement, the same precision in her…
Les Fleurs sauvages (POL, 2024) is as much a novel about the birth of an artist, as it is about the dynamics within a family’s, as it is about our connection to nature. Houdart treats each aspect of her fiction with the same importance, she explores each narrative line with…
Les Fleurs sauvages (POL, 2024) is as much a novel about the birth of an artist, as it is about…
Albertine Team | February 6, 2024
Discover the second volume of States, Villa Albertine’s creative magazine dedicated to exchange in arts and ideas rooted in the US context.
Discover the second volume of States, Villa Albertine’s creative magazine dedicated to exchange in arts and ideas rooted in the US context.
Discover the second volume of States, Villa Albertine’s creative magazine dedicated to exchange in arts and ideas rooted in the…
Miriam Bridenne | January 23, 2024
Since the publication of her debut novel, Truisme, which took France’s literary world by storm in 1996, Marie Darrieussecq has shown, book after book, an impressive dedication to dissecting the specificities of the feminine condition of her time.
Since the publication of her debut novel, Truisme, which took France’s literary world by storm in 1996, Marie Darrieussecq has shown, book after book, an impressive dedication to dissecting the specificities of the feminine condition of her time.
Since the publication of her debut novel, Truisme, which took France’s literary world by storm in 1996, Marie Darrieussecq has…
Miriam Bridenne | January 15, 2024
With the rigor, lucidity, and intelligence that she demonstrated in her previous books, Violaine Huisman delves into family and official archives to better make sense of her father, a man described in his obituary as “an iconoclast, an unclassifiable, flamboyant, Balzacian character.”
With the rigor, lucidity, and intelligence that she demonstrated in her previous books, Violaine Huisman delves into family and official archives to better make sense of her father, a man described in his obituary as “an iconoclast, an unclassifiable, flamboyant, Balzacian character.”
With the rigor, lucidity, and intelligence that she demonstrated in her previous books, Violaine Huisman delves into family and official…
Noémie Jornet | December 3, 2023
Au printemps des monstres is a monster indeed, a monster of details and richness, in which we find more than a simple news item: endearing actors, people with human behaviors, in which error and madness sometimes invite themselves.
Au printemps des monstres is a monster indeed, a monster of details and richness, in which we find more than a simple news item: endearing actors, people with human behaviors, in which error and madness sometimes invite themselves.
Au printemps des monstres is a monster indeed, a monster of details and richness, in which we find more than a…
Noémie Jornet | December 3, 2023
Fans of Patrick Modiano, beware: David Le Bailly has written a moving novel, a poignant tribute to Pià Nerina, this comforting but oh so mysterious grandmother.
Fans of Patrick Modiano, beware: David Le Bailly has written a moving novel, a poignant tribute to Pià Nerina, this comforting but oh so mysterious grandmother.
Fans of Patrick Modiano, beware: David Le Bailly has written a moving novel, a poignant tribute to Pià Nerina, this…
Miriam Bridenne | November 29, 2023
In "Proust: un roman familial" Laure Murat managegs to sound not only erudite, but also incredibly personal as she explores what exactly is at stake in "In Search of Lost Time" by Marcel Proust.
In "Proust: un roman familial" Laure Murat managegs to sound not only erudite, but also incredibly personal as she explores what exactly is at stake in "In Search of Lost Time" by Marcel Proust.
In "Proust: un roman familial" Laure Murat managegs to sound not only erudite, but also incredibly personal as she explores…
Miriam Bridenne | October 31, 2023
There are novels that we read for pleasure, almost without even realizing we are reading them–stories in which we find a vague echo of our everyday lives, our past, and the times around us. Books that gently shake us but while always giving us a flattering reflection of ourselves. Reading a novel by Marie NDiaye is an entirely other experience;…
There are novels that we read for pleasure, almost without even realizing we are reading them–stories in which we find a vague echo of our everyday lives, our past, and the times around us. Books that gently shake us but while always giving us a flattering reflection of ourselves. Reading…
There are novels that we read for pleasure, almost without even realizing we are reading them–stories in which we find…
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