Honneur. Bob Dylan, knocking on Nobel's door

PRIX. Le chanteur américain, icône de la contre-culture américaine des années 60, a été couronné du prix Nobel de littérature. Hissant son art à un nouveau sommet.

Literature. Two Years, Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights. Salman Rushdie

THE WAR OF THE WORDS. Passengers on a train sweeping through the Belgian countryside overpower a man who emerges from the toilets carrying an automatic weapon and bent on destruction; quick thinking and courageous action avert carnage, disaster. But one summer evening, in a church in South Carolina, disaster is not averted: nine men and women die when a young man, also carrying an automatic weapon, opens fire.

Littérature. Place Colette de Nathalie Rheims

ADO. Après Laissez les cendres s’envoler, Nathalie Rheims explore une partie inédite de sa vie : son premier amour, à l’adolescence, et ses débuts de comédienne au théâtre.

Literature. Michel Houellebecq: ‘Am I Islamophobic? Probably, yes'

ENFANT TERRIBLE. Michel Houellebecq is the ageing enfant terrible of French literature. His new book imagines a France ruled by Islamists and he has been under 24-hour police protection since the Charlie Hebdo attack. Does he really hate women and Muslims or is he just a twisted provocateur? 


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