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 - 8.00pm during school terms, unless scheduled otherwise.

Please contact Laureline

**PLEASE NOTE: There will be no Club de Lecture in January 2018**


2017




Club de Lecture - 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.


Club de Lecture - 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.
 



Club de Lecture - 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


 
Club de Lecture - 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.