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Café Littéraire : Que lit-on en juin 2022 ?

Entertainment/recreation, Conference, Reading in Châtelaillon-Plage
  • Presentation of the favourites of the bookshop "Le chat qui lit" and debate animated by Jeannine on the book "S'adapter" written by Clara Dupont-Monod.

  • S'adapter / Clara Dupont-Monod - Ed. Stock - Prix Femina 2021 - Prix Goncourt des lycéens 2021 - Prix Landerneau 2021

    In summary:
    "This is the story of a child with black eyes that float, and escape into the vague, a child who is always lying down, with soft, bouncy cheeks, translucent legs veined with blue, a high net of voice, curved feet, and a hollow palate, an eternal baby, a misfit child who draws an invisible line between his family and others. This is the story of his place in...
    S'adapter / Clara Dupont-Monod - Ed. Stock - Prix Femina 2021 - Prix Goncourt des lycéens 2021 - Prix Landerneau 2021

    In summary:
    "This is the story of a child with black eyes that float, and escape into the vague, a child who is always lying down, with soft, bouncy cheeks, translucent legs veined with blue, a high net of voice, curved feet, and a hollow palate, an eternal baby, a misfit child who draws an invisible line between his family and others. This is the story of his place in the Cévennes house where he was born, in the midst of powerful nature and protective mountains; of his place in the siblings and in the disrupted childhoods. That of the eldest, who merges with the child, who plays against his cheek, attentive and almost siamese, becomes attached to him, abandons himself to him and loses himself in him. That of the youngest, in whom disgust and anger are implanted, the rejection of the child who sucks the joy of his parents and the energy of the elder. That of the youngest who lives in the shadow of the family ghosts while carrying the rebirth of a present out of memory. As in a fairy tale, the stones in the courtyard bear witness. As in a fairy tale, the strength comes from the children, from the crazy love of the eldest who protects, from the rebellious youngest who will reject the sorrow to save the family adrift. The last one who will know how to reconcile the stories. The birth of a disabled child told by his siblings."
  • Spoken languages
    • French
Schedules
Schedules
  • On June 11, 2022 from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM