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Clemence Boulouque una de las promesas contemporáneas francesas. Fuente: cinemovies.fr

En Villa Gillet, un hotel en Lyon, las actividades culturales han incluido la presentación de cinco interesantes publicaciones en el congestionado año literario francés con 727 novedades. En el TLS, Lucy Dallas analiza las obras de estos autores contemporánoes y busca una identidad común. La auto-ficción y París parece ser dos motivos compartidos. Mientras no escriban como la hiperbólica y sobrevalorada Amelie Nothomb, todo ok. Los autores que comenta son Clémence Boulouque (Nuit Ouverte), Vincent Delecroix (La chaussure sur le toit), Louise Desbrusses (Couronnes, boucliers, armures), Éric Reinhardt (Cendrillon), Olivia Rosenthal (On n´est pas là pourdisparaîte)

Dice la nota: "Although they are very different, these novels do share common concerns; the influence of autofiction is strongly felt in three out of the five; four mention Paris and two are steeped in it; three address the reader directly. Stylistically, they are ambitious and that ambition is for the most part realized; these writers are not afraid to take risks with either form or content and, as a result, their work is always challenging, from the polished cadences of Louise Desbrusses’s dysfunctional family to the delirious foul-mouthed rants of Éric Reinhardt’s avatars. It would seem, on this showing at least, that contemporary French fiction is very much concerned with itself, with its capital city, and with its audience; most importantly, it is in good hands".

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9:50 a.m.

¡Oh là, là, Clémence! ¡Quel joli nez!    



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