Book Club 

Discover this Classic of French Literature!

On Tuesday, December 19th at 5:30 p.m., join us at the Alliance Française to talk about the book "L'Etranger", written by Albert Camus. Whether you're a literature enthusiast or looking to explore the work of a major figure in French literature, this meeting is the perfect opportunity for engaging in an enriching discussion

"L'Étranger" is one of Albert Camus' most famous and influential works. It's a novel that explores the philosophy of the absurd through the character of Meursault, a man in search of meaning in an indifferent world. Camus' straightforward writing style contrasts with the complexity of the existential questions raised in the book, making it a captivating and thought-provoking read.

Please note that it is necessary to have read the book before the event. Members can borrow the book directly from our library.
The minimum level required is B2, but this event is also open to Francophones.


Next book-clubs: 
January "Vivre vite" by Brigitte Giraud. 
Find the list of all our book club by clicking here.

A propos de l'histoire:

« Quand la sonnerie a encore retenti, que la porte du box s'est ouverte, c'est le silence de la salle qui est monté vers moi, le silence, et cette singulière sensation que j'ai eue lorsque j'ai constaté que le jeune journaliste avait détourné les yeux. Je n'ai pas regardé du côté de Marie. Je n'en ai pas eu le temps parce que le présidence m'a dit dans une forme bizarre que j'aurais la tête tranchée sur une place publique au nom du peuple français... ».