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High-school Students in Saint-Denis Study the Concept of Love
In the framework of the project "Interclass" on Radio France-Inter, the class of troisième [3] at the Collège Geyter, in Saint-Denis [4], produced four reports on "Love", a (...)
Hungarian Writer and Nobel Laureate Kertész Dies
Imre Kertész, Auschwitz concentration camp survivor and winner of the 2002 Nobel Prize in Literature, died Thursday at the age of 86. This portrait of the Hungarian writer was (...)
Alain Mabanckou : « My Home Territory : the Literature of Africa »
Introduction to the interview by Muriel Steinmetz: Having already begun on 29 March, the novelist Alain Mabanckou is giving a course at the Collège de France on African (...)
Israël’s Interference in Artistic Creation
The Israëli embassy demanded the removal of a work by Ernest Pignon-Ernest that included an image of the Palestinian opposition leader Marwan (...)
Mathieu Énard’s {Compass}, Winner Of the 2015 Prix Goncourt, Points East
Who better than Mathias Énard, the 43-year-old translator from Arabic and Farsi and great connoisseur of the Middle-East, could embody the solidarity with the Muslim world and (...)

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