music reading; Augustin De Piis: from Haiti to the Tuileries, a Franco

music reading; Augustin De Piis: from Haiti to the Tuileries, a Franco-Haitian writer during the Revolution Historical Library of the City of Paris, March 20, 2023, Paris. music reading; Augustin De Piis: from Haiti to the Tuileries, a Franco-Haitian writer during the Revolution Monday, March 20, 7 p.m. Historical Library of the City of Paris … Read more

Incorrect language in the reading of certain laws voted: The spokesman of the National Assembly reacts

Get real time updates directly on you device, subscribe now. Register The spokesperson for the National Assembly James Gbaguidi, by a press conference held, Thursday, October 13, 2022, in the multipurpose room, reacted to certain language errors made in the reading of certain laws passed during the 3rd and 4th extraordinary sessions of the year … Read more

Cervantes inspires state reading day

Guanajuato, Gto., October 7, 2022.- As a way of giving life to the legacy of the leading figure of Spanish letters, the State Institute of Culture, together with the entity’s houses of culture and public libraries, will celebrate this October 10 the State Day of Reading Guanajuato Read Cervantes. The event, framed within the Rumbo … Read more

A Godard classic returns to the cinema with another possible reading | CINEMA

In its aesthetic of the random Jean-Luc Godard installs us in the streets of Paris, more precisely in its bars. There is no purpose at the plot level, the filmmaker lets himself be won over by the objectives and uncertainties of his young characters. They want the revolution and they mention it without modesty. Paul … Read more

‘The lonely Atlantic’, a novel of multiple reading, chameleonic

Read the lonely atlantic for the first time in the eighties of the last century, and I reread it for the last time in the late nineties. Rich, kinesthetic novel (in one quote: “the smell was heard… of the orange blossoms”, or in another “It seemed to me that all the bees had gathered in … Read more

Venomous Lumpsucker by Ned Beauman, review: a bit like reading the instructions of the flat pack

Ads Ned Beauman has never been overly concerned with normality when it comes to fiction. His award-winning debut novel, Boxer, Beetle, centered on a character suffering from a rare genetic condition that causes his sweat to smell like rotting fish; the second of him, The teleportation incident, it contained a love interest named Adele Hitler; … Read more

Reading for the weekend with these three comics to discover

The weekend promises to be rainy. The opportunity to settle down and dive into a good comic strip. Here are three reading tips from recent releases. “Campaign Logs” For a few years, among our French neighbors, there has been a real craze for political comics. Some authors and cartoonists opt for humor and parody, others … Read more