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            Robert Laffont
            EAN : 9782221242308
            Shaping : BROCHE
            Pages : 306
            Size : 135 x 215 mm
            A Nightclub in Calcutta

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            Release date : 09/05/2019
            A book co-written by two young and promising writers from original and distinct perspectives, this fraternal one-on-one of intimate and literary experiences pulls the reader from Haiti to Beijing, from Delhi to Paris, in the memories of places and the fragility of lives.


             
            After the publication of his first book, The Immortal Ones, Makenzy Orcel now confirms the magic of his violent, generous writing. Nicolas Idier pursues his quest for a new vision of literature to the beat of his writing and his extensive travels. The meeting of these two celebrated authors in... After the publication of his first book, The Immortal Ones, Makenzy Orcel now confirms the magic of his violent, generous writing. Nicolas Idier pursues his quest for a new vision of literature to the beat of his writing and his extensive travels. The meeting of these two celebrated authors in a place far different from France testifies to a new wisdom in which beauty and love triumph over doubt and fear. Makenzy Orcel and Nicolas Idier met in Beijing in 2012, then again in Paris, and, after several years, reunited in Calcutta. They have thousands of things to tell each other about: their mothers’ love, the births of their children, their writing projects, the fight against every form of injustice, the great friendships that give them the courage to write. One lives between Port-au-Prince and Paris, the other between Beijing and Delhi, but for one night, they are sitting at the bar in a nightclub in Calcutta. The music is so loud that it carries their words away. That’s when one leans over to the other and suggests the idea of writing a book together. Thus this book was born, which reunites two voices in Francophone literature. The absolute sincerity of their dialogue is proof of their deep trust and affinity, a rare thing in today’s literature. Oscillating between prose, poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and confession, without any respect for categories, A Nightclub in Calcutta crosses every border to reach the universal.
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            EAN : 9782221242308
            Shaping : BROCHE
            Pages : 306
            Size : 135 x 215 mm
            Robert Laffont