Club de Lecture - Book Club

The Alliance Française is trialling a different way to practise your French. On the last Wednesday of every month, a French book (with no translations) will be selected and discussed for 90 minutes, allowing you to develop and improve your reading and comprehension skills.

Who: Available for members and students of the Alliance Française d'Adelaïde
Where: Alliance Française d'Adelaïde, 319 Young St, Wayville
When: Last Wednesday of the month, 6:30pm - 8pm during school terms, unless scheduled otherwise.

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2018


Août


 

Le collier rouge

Wednesday, 22 August - 6:30pm
Alliance Française, 319 Young St, Wayville


For this month's Club de Lecture, the club will to discuss Le collier rouge by Jean-Christophe Rufin, a story about a war hero, a young intelligent woman, and a judge in 1919 France, and the dog who holds the key to their destinies.

Juillet


 

Plage de Manaccora, 16h30

Wednesday, 25 July - 6:30pm
Alliance Française, 319 Young St, Wayville


For this month's Club de Lecture, the club will to discuss Plage de Manaccora, 16h30  by Philippe Jaenada, about a family on vacation is southern Italy during the wildfires of summer. An excellent insight on man's greatness and shortcomings, the vanity of their efforts, and the fragile beauty of life.

Juin


 

Sauve-moi

Wednesday, 27 June - 6:30pm
Alliance Française, 319 Young St, Wayville


For this month's Club de Lecture, the club will to discuss Sauve-moi by Guillaume Musso, about Sam Galoway, a thirty-year-old New Yorker who one day meets Juliette, a pretty 28-year-old French waitress in a bar who dreams of becoming an actress.

Mai


 

Sept jours pour une éternité

Wednesday, 23 May - 6:30pm
Alliance Française, 319 Young St, Wayville


For this month's Club de Lecture, the club will to discuss Sept jours pour une éternité by Marc Levy, about an absurd bet between God and Lucifer to put an end to their eternal rivalry, as they each send their best agents to Earth with seven days to see who will triumph and ultimately rule mankind: Good or Evil?

Avril

Au-revoir là-haut

Wednesday, 18 April - 6:30pm
Alliance Française, 319 Young St, Wayville


For this month's Club de Lecture, the club will to discuss Au-revoir là-haut by Pierre Lemaitre, set after World War I as two soldiers - a disfigured but brilliant artist and an ex-accountant - start a memorial con.


Février

La Possibilité d'une île

Wednesday, 28th February - 6:30pm
Alliance Française, 319 Young St, Wayville

For this month's Club de Lecture, the club will continue to discuss La Possibilité d'une île by Michel Houellebecq, which tells the story of Daniel, a successful comedian, and his two clones, in a post-apocalyptic future set in a cloning cult.


2017


Décembre

La Possibilité d'une île

Wednesday, 29th November - 6:30pm-8pm
Alliance Française, 319 Young St, Wayville

For this month's Club de Lecture, the club will be discussing La Possibilité d'une île by Michel Houellebecq , which tells the story of Daniel, a successful comedian, and his two clones, in a post-apocalyptic future set in a cloning cult.


Novembre

No et Moi

Wednesday, 29 November - 6:30pm-8pm
Alliance Francaise, 319 Young St, Wayville

For this month's Club de Lecture, the club will be discussing  No et Moi by Delphine de Vigan , which tells the story of thirteen-year old Lou, a gifted but lonely child, and Nora (nicknamed No), a homeless girl who Lou interviews for a school project after seeing her at the Gare d'Austerlitz.



Octobre

 

L’écume des jours

Wednesday, 18 October - 6:30pm-8pm
Alliance Francaise, 319 Young St, Wayville

For this month's Club de Lecture, the club will be discussing l’écume des jours by Boris Vian, a surrealist style book which follows multiple plot lines, including the love stories of two couples, talking mice, and a man who ages years in a week.


 
Septembre

 

Ce que le jour doit à la nuit

Wednesday, 27th September - 6:30pm-8pm
Alliance Francaise, 319 Young St, Wayville

For this month's Club de Lecture, the club will be discussing Ce que le jour doit à la nuit by Yasmina Khadra, which follows the life of a young man, Younes, from his childhood in Algeria in the 1930s to his life as an adult.