Literary cycle "Altres mons" with Mathias Énard

The winner of Goncourt Prize 2015 presents his new book on November 11 at 19:30h, in the event organized by the French Institut, which will add Grégoire Polet on November 26

 

After years conquering the lovers of literature from Barcelona, ​​Mathias Énard, the French writer who lives in Barcelona, has won the 2015 Goncourt Prize, an award no prize but highly regarded, for his book Boussole. On Wednesday November 11 from 19: 30h presents a unique opportunity to celebrate in contact with the public: Énard presents his novel at the French Institute of Barcelona, in the literary cycle Altres Mons.

This cycle, which began in October, aims to consider literature as a tool for exploring other worlds.

The meeting with the winner of Goncourt 2015, adds the visit of Grégoire Polet on November 26. Polet presents his inspired Barcelona!, a tribute to our city.

Altres mons literary cycle
When: 11 and 26 November
Wheree: French Institute of Barcelona
Price: Free entrance
Learn more by clicking here

 

Publication date: Tuesday, 10 November 2015
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