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When a Pygmy Stands for the Great African Continent
Jean Bofane, who was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo, publishes his second novel in France, Congo Inc. Le testament de Bismark (Congo Inc. Bismark’s Will) Actes Sud (...)
Van Gogh in the Eye of Antonin Artaud
With more than fifty canvases, the Musée d’Orsay in Paris proposes the most important exposition since 1947 devoted to the work of Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890). It is (...)
Paris Book Fair: The French read less, but still love to read
A study published on the eve of the Paris Book Fair shows that although reading has fared better than many other cultural pursuits during the economic crisis, and while it (...)
Rienzi Crusz, Over There Too the Nights Are Vibrant With Green
L’Amour, là où les nuits sont vertes, (translated by Isabelle Métral), L’Amourier The expression of the meandering course of his life, of its forkings, whether deliberate or (...)
"It Was Not Poverty We Met In Givors, But the People"
Far from providing a tearful picture of poverty, Se battre, Jean-Pierre Duret and Andrea Santana’s latest documentary, invites us on the ring of (...)

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