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Karine Tuil: Human ThingsA interview between Karine Tuil and Marie-Andrée Lamontagne
Date:Sunday, November 15, 2020
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
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Organization: JPL
Open to public
Event Link: https://jewishpubliclibrary.org/
Admission:
Free
Contact: Roxana Brauns
[email protected]
Description:

Karine Tuil is a world-renowned French novelist and author of eleven novels, the best known of which are The Invention of Our Lives and Carelessness. Human Things, his last novel, published in September 2019, received the Interallié Prize and the Goncourt Prize for High School Students. It is being adapted for the cinema and has just been released in Israel and Germany. Marie-Andrée Lamontagne is a writer, journalist and editor. Director General of Programming and Communications at the Metropolis Bleu International Literary Festival, she publishes literary columns in various journals. Her latest book, Anne Hébert. Living to Write, won the Gabrielle Roy Prize 2019.This event is carried out in partnership with the International Literary Festival

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