The podcasts of the
Literary Rendezvous
at Rue Cambon

Discover the podcasts imagined by House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi with CHANEL through series of episodes dedicated to contemporary women writers’ literary paths.

Les Rencontres

27 Episodes

For this podcast, Charlotte Casiraghi and CHANEL invite women who have published their first book. Journalist Lauren Bastide and author and critic Erica Wagner meet them during interviews highlighting their first experiences as writers.

"les Rencontres" - interview with Alice Renard

Listen to journalist Lauren Bastide in conversation with Alice Renard, writer of “La Colère et l’Envie”, her first novel published by Héloïse D’Ormesson in 2023, in which she explores the complex relationships of the fictional heroine, a neuroatypical teenager, and her progressive opening up to the world. Throughout the conversation, Lauren Bastide and Alice Renard discuss the feeling of frustration that inspired the novel and its title, the author's desire to celebrate the beauty of the world, and the emancipatory power of writing. Together, they also talk about her love of literature from the Middle Ages and the different forms of writing, from theatre to poetry.

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi."

Bibliographic record

Alice Renard, La Colère et l’Envie, © Éditions Héloïse d'Ormesson, 2023.
Chrétien de Troyes, Lancelot ou le chevalier de la charrette, XIIème siècle.
Albert Camus, Noces, © Éditions Gallimard, 1950.
Marguerite Duras, Le ravissement de Lol V. Stein, © Éditions Gallimard, 1964.
Alice Renard, Peaux vives © Alice Renard
Laurent Bénégui, Les étoiles doubles, © Julliard, 2023.
© Le Monde.
© Le Prix Méduse.
© Fondation Marcel Bleustein-Blanchet de la Vocation
© Radio France - France Inter.
Milos Forman, Amadeus, © The Saul Zaentz Company, 1984

French

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"les Rencontres" - interview with Sheena Patel

Listen to author and critic Erica Wagner in conversation with Sheena Patel, writer of “I’m a Fan”, her first novel published by Rough Trade Books in 2022, and soon to be published in French by Gallimard. In her novel, Sheena Patel explores the blurred lines between reality and the online world through the involvement of an unnamed female character in an unequal romantic relationship. Through this conversation with Erica Wagner, Sheena Patel talks about her desire to capture the spirit of her time. They also evoke “Four Brown Girls Who Write”, a collective of women writers created with her friends to support each other in their writing processes.

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.

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Sheena Patel, I'm a fan, © Sheena Patel, 2022. Cover © Granta Books, 2023.

© Rough Trade Books.

Women Who Run with the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Ph.D., published by Ballantine Books, copyright © 1992, 1955 by Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Ph.D.

Minor Feelings : An Asian American Reckoning by Cathy Park Hong, Random House, 2020.

Martine Syms, Shame Space, 2020. © Martine Syms. Published by Primary Information.

Martine Syms, The African Desperate, © Dominica Publishing, 2022

Maggie Nelson, Bluets, © Copyright 2009 by Maggie Nelson, Wave Books, 2009

The Argonauts © 2015 by Maggie Nelson. First published by Graywolf Press, Minneapolis.

© Guardian News & Media Ltd 2024.

Kathy Acker, Blood and Guts in High School, © Grove Press, 1984.

Celia Dale's A Spring Love is available from Daunt Books Publishing.

© The British Book Awards.

© The Women's Prize.

© Swansea University Dylan Thomas Prize.

© Jhalak Prize.

© Foyles. All Rights Reserved.

© Los Angeles Times.

Sheena Patel, I'm a fan, Translated into French by French novelist and translator Marie Darrieussecq, © Éditions Gallimard, 2025.

Juan Carlos Medina, The Limehouse Golem, © New Sparta Films, 2016.

Roshni Goyate, Sharan Hunjan, Sunnah Khan, Sheena Patel, 4 BROWN GIRLS WHO WRITE, © Rough Trade Books, 2020.

© 4 BROWN GIRLS WHO WRITE

English

24min

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"les Rencontres" - interview with Josephine Tassy

Listen to journalist Lauren Bastide in conversation with Joséphine Tassy, writer of “L’Indésir”, her first novel published by L’Iconoclaste in 2023 in which she explores the themes of grief and the quest for identity through the character of Nouria. Throughout the conversation, Lauren Bastide and Joséphine Tassy evoke the style of the author, blending prose and poetry, and the importance of working on form. They also talk about the writer’s newsletter, an original initiative to maintain a link with her readers.

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.

Bibliographic record

Joséphine Tassy, L'Indésir, © L'Iconoclaste, 2023.

© L'Iconoclaste

French

32min

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"les Rencontres" - interview with Huma Qureshi

Listen to author and critic Erica Wagner in conversation with Huma Qureshi, writer of “Playing Games”, her first novel published by Sceptre in 2023. In her book, the author talks about sisterhood, family, love and loss through the arc of two main characters, Hana and Mira. Together, Erica Wagner and Huma Qureshi evoke Alice Munro, Ann Patchett or Ann Taylor, feminine writers who deeply inspired her and sparked her vocation. Huma Qureshi also reflects on her intimate link with writing and the way literature has shaped her relationship with the world and the others.

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.

Bibliographic record

Huma Qureshi, Playing Games, © Sceptre, 2023.

© Huma Qureshi, Playing Games, 2023.
Cover: © Charlotte Ager.

“Playing Games by Huma Qureshi review – a poignant sisterhood story" par Sana Goyal, © Guardian News & Media Ltd, 2024.

© The University of Warwick.

© Sciences PO.

Huma Qureshi,In Spite of Oceans: Migrant Voices, © The History Press, 2014.

© Harper’s Bazaar.

Huma Qureshi, The Jam Maker, © Harper's Bazaar, 2020.

Huma Qureshi, How We Met: A Memoir of Love and Other Misadventures, © Elliott & Thompson, 2021.

Huma Qureshi, Things We Do Not Tell the People We Love, © Sceptre, 2021.

© Books Are My Bag Indie Book Awards.

© The Jhalak Prize.

© The Edge Hill Prize, Edge Hill University

"In conversation with Huma Qureshi", © Sonder & Tell, 2021.

© The Financial Times.

English

32min

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"les Rencontres" - interview with Selby Wynn Schwartz

Listen to author and critic Erica Wagner in conversation with Selby Wynn Schwartz, writer of “After Sappho”, her first novel published by Galley Beggar Press in 2022. Together, they talk about her insatiable appetite for literature as a child and the way it led her to becoming a writer. They also evoke Lina Poletti, Sarah Bernhardt, Virginia Woolf or even Nathalie Barney, the women artists who inspired “After Sappho”, the book in which Selby Wynn Schwartz pays tribute to them.

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.

Bibliographic record

Selby Wynn Schwartz, After Sappho, © Selby Wynn Schwartz 2002, first published by Galley Beggar Press, 2022.

Quote from the interview "The Galley Beggar Q&A: Selby Wynn Schwartz", © Galley Beggar Press, 2022.

Quote from the article "After Sappho by Selby Wynn Schwartz review – in praise of visionary women" written by Lara Feigel, © Guardian News & Media Ltd 2023.

© Booker Prize Foundation.

© The Orwell Prize for Political Fiction 2023.

© University of Edinburgh.

Selby Wynn Schwartz, The Bodies of Others: Drag Dances and their Afterlives, © Selby Wynn Schwartz University of Michigan Press, 2019.

© Lambda Literary.

© American Society for Theatre Research.

Selby Wynn Schwartz, A Life in Chameleons, © Selby Wynn Schwartz, 2023.

© Reflex Press.

© University of California, Berkeley.

© Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo.

The Great Art Of Light And Shadow: Archaeology of the Cinema by Laurent Mannoni, translated by Richard Crangle. Translation © University of Exeter Press, 2000.

Anne Carson, Short Talks, © Brick Books, 2015.

Sappho, If Not, Winter: Fragments of Sappho, Translated by Anne Carson, © Virago, 2003.

© Galley Beggar Press.

Sappho, If Not, Winter: Fragments of Sappho, Translated by Anne Carson, © Virago, 2003.

Assia Djebar, Women of Algiers in their apartments, © Caraf Books, 1999.

Assia Djebar, Femmes d’Alger dans leur appartement © Éditions des femmes, 1980.

Igiaba Scego, The Color Line, Translated by John Cullen and Gregory Conti, first published in the English language by Other Press in 2022.

Igiaba Scego, La linea del colore, first published in Italy in 2020 by Bompiani, © Igiaba Scego, 2020.

Dionne Brand, The Blue Clerk: Ars Poetica in 59 Versos. © 2018 Dionne Brand. All rights reserved.

Saidiya Hartman, Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments: Intimate Histories of Riotous Black Girls, Troublesome Women, and Queer Radicals, © WW Norton & Company, 2019.

T. Denean Sharpley-Whiting, Bricktop’s Paris: African American Women in Paris between the Two World Wars, © SUNY Press, 2015.

Alessandra Cenni, Gli Occhi Eroici : Sibilla Aleramo, Eleonora Duse, Cordula Poletti : una storia d'amore nell'Italia della belle époque, © Mursia, 2011.

Cordula « Lina » Poletti, Il Poema Della Guerra, © Nicola Zanichelli, 1918. All rights reserved.

Virginia Woolf, Orlando, 1928.

© LASTESIS

© Non Una Di Meno. All rights reserved.

English

50min

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"les Rencontres" - interview with Seynabou Sonko

Listen to journalist Lauren Bastide in conversation with Seynabou Sonko, writer of “Djinns”, her first novel published by Éditions Grasset in 2023. Together, they evoke the Senegalese myths and rituals at the source of the dreamlike world she developed in her book and their influence on her writing. They also discuss her desire to explore the complexity of human nature through literature.

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.

Bibliographic record

Seynabou Sonko, Djinns, © Éditions Grasset & Fasquelle, 2023.

Stephenie Meyer, Saga Twilight @Hachette Livre, 2005-2008.

© J.K. Rowling, 1997-2007, Harry Potter.

© Université Paris 8 ©2019 - Tous droits réservés.

French

30min

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"les Rencontres" - interview with Nikki May

Listen to author and critic Erica Wagner in conversation with Nikki May, writer of “Wahala”, her first novel published by HarperCollins in 2022. Through Ronke, Simi and Boo, the three mixed-race heroines of her book, the writer explores interracial relationships, what defines multicultural identity and captures women’s evolving roles in home and work. They also evoke Nikki May’s early vocation as a writer and the late realisation of her literary career.

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.

Bibliographic record

Nikki May,Wahala: A Novel, Transworld, 2022.

Wahala: A Novel by Nikki May. Copyright © 2022 by Nikki May. Published by HarperCollins Publishers. All rights reserved.

Nikki May Overnight success 58 years in the making, 2023

© BBC.

© Comedy Women in Print New Voice Award in 2023.

© Kirkus Reviews.

Author Carole Bell, Publisher © National Public Radio.

Liane Moriarty, Big Little Lies, Penguin, 2014.

Emily St. John Mandel, Station Eleven, Knopf, 2014.

Fred Vargas, The Three Evangelists, Vintage Books, 1995.

© Booker Prize Foundation.

Percival Everett,The Trees, © Graywolf Press, 2021.

Paula Hawkins,The Girl on the Train, Riverhead Books, 2015.

Emma Stonex,The Lamplighters, Penguin Books, 2021.

Beaches by Iris Rainer Dart. Copyright © 1985 by Iris Rainer Dart. Published by HarperCollins Publishers.

Jane AustenMansfield Park, 1814

English

32min

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"les Rencontres" - interview with Marie Vingtras

Listen to journalist Lauren Bastide in conversation with Marie Vingtras, writer of “Blizzard”, her first novel published by Les Éditions de l’Olivier in 2021. Together, they reflect on her taste for foreign literature and the origin of her pseudonym. They also discuss her long process of writing for this book, its reception, and the way readers take hold of a work and enrich it.

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.

Bibliographic record

Blizzard, Marie Vingtras, © Éditions de l’Olivier, 2021, Points, 2023.

© Le Prix des Libraires.

© Apostrophes.

Jean Giono, Le hussard sur le toit, © Gallimard, 1951.

© Maison de la poésie.

© La Grande Librairie.

French

35min

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"les Rencontres" - interview with Rachel Eliza Griffiths

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.

Listen to author and critic Erica Wagner in conversation with Rachel Eliza Griffiths, writer of “Promise”, her first novel published by John Murray in 2023. Together, they talk about the singularity of her artistic path, influenced by different creative processes in which writing and visual art complement each other. They also reflect on the deep bond that connects her to her mother who is the main inspiration of her novel.

Bibliographic record

Rachel Eliza Griffiths, Promise, © Rachel Eliza Griffiths, Random House, 2023.

Rachel Eliza Griffiths, Promise © John Murray Press, 2023.

Kirkus Reviews.

© Publisher's Weekly.

Seeing the Body by Rachel Eliza Griffiths © 2020 by Rachel Eliza Griffiths, published by W. W. Norton & Company, 2020.

© Hurston/Wright Foundation.

© Paterson Poetry Prize.

© NAACP Image Awards.

© Cave Canem Foundation Inc.

© Kimbilio.

© Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown.

© Yaddo.

© The New York Times Company. All rights reserved. Used under license.

© The New Yorker.

© Tin House.

© Sarah Lawrence College.

Quote copyright © 2023 by Rachel Eliza Griffiths, from Cover reveal: See the cover for Rachel Eliza Griffiths’s Promise, published in LITHUB, February 23, 2023, used by permission of The Wylie Agency, LLC

© LITHUB.

English

42min

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"les Rencontres" - interview with Violette d’Urso

Listen to journalist Lauren Bastide in conversation with Violette d’Urso, writer of “Même le bruit de la nuit a changé”, her first novel published by Éditions Flammarion in 2023. Together, they evoke the posthumous portrait of the narrator’s father and the story of his passing, as well as the therapeutic powers of writing.

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.

Bibliographic record

Violette d’Urso, Même le bruit de la nuit a changé, © Flammarion, 2023.

© Flammarion.

Pascale Frey, Violette d’Urso à la recherche du père disparu, © 24 Heures, 2023.

Marie-Laure Delorme, Comment la fille d’Inès de la Fressange, Violette d’Urso, a enquêté sur son père, mort en 2006, © Le Journal du Dimanche, 2023. Tous droits réservés.

Griffin Dunne, Joan Didion : Le centre ne tiendra pas, © Didion Doc, 2017.

Griffin Dunne, Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold, © Didion Doc, 2017.

Joan Didion, L’Année de la pensée magique, trad. Pierre Demarty © Editions Grasset & Fasquelle, 2007.

Joan Didion, The Year of Magical Thinking, © Penguin Random House, 2005.

French

28min

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"les Rencontres" - interview with Cecile Pin

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.

Listen to author and critic Erica Wagner in conversation with Cecile Pin, writer of “Wandering Souls”, her first novel published by 4th Estate in 2023. Together, they talk about her vocation as a writer and the story of her family, which inspired her book and whose fate is intertwined with that of refugees after the Vietnam War. They also evoke her writing process for this book that required important historical and personal research, as well as the origin of the title which comes from a Vietnamese legend.

Bibliographic record

Copyright © Cecile Pin 2023, Wandering Souls, HarperCollins Publishers.

© University College London.

© King's College London.

Vintage of Penguin Random House.

© Bad Form.

Spread the Word's London Writers Awards.

© Women’s Prize for fiction.

Review Wandering Souls by Cecile Pin review – from Vietnam to London, Sharlene Teo © Guardian News & Media Ltd 2023

© The New York Times Company. All rights reserved. Used under license.

© RCW agency.

© 4th Estate, Harper Collins.

© UK News. All rights reserved.

“TOUS LES GARCONS ET LES FILLES” (FRANCOISE HARDY, ROGER SAMYN) © EDITIONS MUSICALES ALPHA, Avec l’autorisation d’Universal Music Publishing Film & TV

Carmen Maria Machado, In the Dream House, © 2019 by the author. Published by Graywolf Press.

Han Kang, Human Acts, Translated by Deborah Smith, Penguin, 2014.

© National Archives.

RuPaul's Drag Race, © World of Wonder Productions, 2009. All rights reserved.

© East Side Voices.

English

34min

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"les Rencontres" - interview with Maria Larrea

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.

Listen to journalist Lauren Bastide in conversation with Maria Larrea, writer of “Les gens de Bilbao naissent où ils veulent”, her first novel published by Éditions Grasset in 2022. Together, they talk about her writing vocation, which was born out of her passion for cinema and screenwriting. They also discuss the cathartic power of writing and the intimate need to talk about her childhood.

Bibliographic record

Maria Larrea, Les gens de Bilbao naissent où ils veulent, © Éditions Grasset et Fasquelle, 2022.

© Éditions Grasset et Fasquelle.

© Prix du premier roman.
© Prix du premier roman 2022.

© France Culture.

TIME OF THE GYPSIES © 1988, 1990 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Courtesy of Columbia Pictures

Le Temps des gitans © Forum Film Sarajevo. Tous droits réservés

© Arte.

© La Fémis.

Les Feux de l'Amour, created by William J. Bell and Lee Phillip Bell, © 1973-2023 CPT Holdings, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

David Jacobs, Dallas TM & © Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Brian de Palma, Carrie, © 1976 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. All Rights Reserved

David Lynch, Elephant Man, © Brooksfilms, 1980. Tous droits réservés.

Jane Campion, La Leçon de piano, © 1992 JAN CHAPMAN PRODUCTION / TF1 STUDIO.

© CNC.

© Emergence. Tous droits réservés.

© Les Mots.

© Institut de France.

© 1984, 1985 ELP Communications. All Rights Reserved.

Terry Gilliam, Brazil, © Embassy International Pictures, 1985. Courtesy of Universal Studios Licensing, LLC. Tous droits réservés.

Brazil courtesy of Regency Enterprises.

Jeanette Winterson, Pourquoi être heureux quand on peut être normal ?, © Éditions de l'Olivier, 2012, pour la traduction française, Points, 2021.

Jeanette Winterson, Les oranges ne sont pas les seuls fruits, © Éditions de l'Olivier, 2012, pour la traduction française, Points, 2013.

© Shakespeare and Company, Paris.

Violette Leduc, LA BÂTARDE, Préface de Simone de Beauvoir, © Éditions Gallimard, 1964.

© Paris Match.

© La Coupole.

© Prix Les Inrockuptibles, prix littéraire du magazine « © Les Inrockuptibles » édité par Les Editions Indépendantes.

© Harry's Bar. Tous droits réservés.

French

41min

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"les Rencontres" - interview with Louise Kennedy

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.

Listen to author and critic Erica Wagner in conversation with Louise Kennedy, writer of “Trespasses”, her first novel published by Riverhead Books in 2022. Together, they talk about her late vocation for writing which was born out of writing short stories. They also discuss the influence of Irish history, culture and language in her work.

Bibliographic record

Louise Kennedy, Trespasses © Bloomsbury Publishing, 2022.

© The New York Times Company. All rights reserved. Used under license.

Copyright Guardian News & Media Ltd 2023

© Eason Novel of the Year.

© An Post Irish Book Awards.

Louise Kennedy, The End of the World is a Cul de Sac, © Bloomsbury Publishing, 2021.

© The Sunday Times.

© The Sunday Times Audible Short Story Award.

© Le Cordon Bleu.

© Queen's University Belfast.

© The Tangerine.

© Netflix.

© Bloomsbury Publishing.

© Booker Prize Foundation.

The Irish for No © Ciaran Carson, 1987. Published in Ireland by The Gallery Press and in North America by Wake Forest University Press.

Belfast Confetti © Ciaran Carson, 1989. Published in Ireland by The Gallery Press and in North America by Wake Forest University Press.

THE COUNTRY GIRLS TRILOGY by Edna O’Brien. Copyright © 1960, renewed 1988 by Edna O’Brien. Reprinted by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

The Way Paver © Anne Devlin, 1986. Published in English in the UK by Faber & Faber Ltd and in French by Editions Privat.

© Leeds United football club.

© Faber & Faber.

© Twitter.

English

35min

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"les Rencontres" - interview with Camille Froidevaux-Metterie

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.

Listen to journalist Lauren Bastide in conversation with Camille Froidevaux-Metterie, writer of “Pleine et douce”, her first novel published by Sabine Wespieser éditeur in 2023. Together, they discuss her pleasure in writing, from her work as an essayist to the liberation of her writing through fiction. They also discuss her literary and philosophical influences and the theme of the human body explored in her novel.

Bibliographic record

Camille Froidevaux-Metterie, Pleine et douce, © Sabine Wespieser éditeur, 2023.

© Sabine Wespieser Editeur

Camille Froidevaux-Metterie, Le Corps des femmes. La bataille de l'intime, Points, 2021 (1ère édition, Philosophie Magazine Éditeur, 2018).

Camille Froidevaux-Metterie, Seins. En quête d'une libération, Points, 2022 (1ère édition, Éditions Anamosa, 2020).

Camille Froidevaux-Metterie, Un corps à soi, « La Couleur des idées », © Éditions Seuil, 2021.

Virginia Woolf, Mrs Dalloway, Traduction par Marie-Claire Pasquier, © Éditions Gallimard, 1994 et 2020.

Pauline Peyrade, L’Âge de détruire, © Les Éditions de Minuit, 2023.

Marie Richeux, Sages femmes, © Sabine Wespieser éditeur, 2021.

French

35min

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"les Rencontres" - interview with Claire-Louise Bennett

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.

Listen to author and critic Erica Wagner in conversation with Claire-Louise Bennett, writer of “Checkout 19”, her first novel published by Jonathan Cape in 2021. Together, they talk about her writing process and the influence of drama on the construction of her characters. They also discuss her relationship with reading and the evolution of her work since "Pond", her first collection of short stories.

Bibliographic record

Claire-Louise Bennett, Checkout 19, Vintage Publishing, 2022.

© The New York Times Company. All rights reserved. Used under license.

© Goldsmiths Prize.

Claire-Louise Bennett, Pond, Fitzcarraldo Editions, London, 2015. Copyright © Claire-Louise Bennett.2015. Originally published in Ireland by The Stinging Fly Press, 2015.

© The Swansea University Dylan Thomas Prize.

© University of Roehampton.

© The White Review.

© The Stinging Fly.

© Vogue Italia.

© Frieze, tous droits réservés.

Penguin Random House.

© The Dublin Review.

Witold Gombrowicz, Diary, Translated by Lillian Vallee, © Yale University Press, 2012.

Günter Grass, The Tin Drum, Penguin, 2005.

E. M. Forster, A Room with a View, Penguin, 2012.

Françoise Sagan, Bonjour tristesse [1954], Julliard, 2008.

The Nobel Prize in Literature

Annie Ernaux, Getting Lost, Fitzcarraldo Editions, London, 2022. Copyright © Editions Gallimard, 2001. Translation copyright © Alison L. Strayer, 2022.

Annie Ernaux, Getting Lost, Translated by Alison L. Strayer, © Seven Stories Press, 2022.

Annie Ernaux, Simple Passion, Fitzcarraldo Editions, London, 2021. Copyright © Editions Gallimard, 1991. Translation copyright © Tanya Leslie, 1993.

Annie Ernaux, A Girl's Story, Seven Stories Press, New York, and Fitzcarraldo Editions, London, 2020. Copyright © Editions Gallimard, 2016. Translation copyright © Alison L. Strayer, 2020.

Annie Ernaux, A Girl's Story, Translated by Alison L. Strayer, © Seven Stories Press, 2020.

Jeanette Winterson, Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit, © Grove Press, 1997.

Elizabeth Smart, By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept, Penguin, 1992.

English

41min

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"Les rencontres" - Interview with Sarah Jollien-Fardel

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.

Listen to journalist Lauren Bastide in conversation with Sarah Jollien-Fardel, writer of “Sa préférée”, her first novel published by Sabine Wespieser éditeur in 2022. Together, they discuss about her love for language, from her passion for reading, the demanding nature of her career as a journalist, to her need to publish a novel. They also discuss her influences and how patriarchy has shaped the fate of her female characters.

Bibliographic record

Sarah Jollien Fardel, Sa préférée, © Sabine Wespieser Editeur, 2022.

© Fnac.

© Emmaüs

Armistead Maupin, Les Chroniques de San Francisco, © 10/18, 2000.

© Harlequin.

Christiane F., Moi, Christiane F., 13 ans, droguée, prostituée…, traduit de l’allemand par Léa Marcou © Éditions Mercure de France, 1981.

Trilogie new-yorkaise de Paul Auster, traduit de l’anglais (États-Unis) par Pierre Furlan © ACTES SUD (coll. Babel), 2017.

Robert Seethaler, Une Vie Entière, © Sabine Wespieser Editeur, 2015.

© Le Temps.

© Le Prix Goncourt des lycéens.

French

32min

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"les Rencontres" — interview with Patricia Lockwood

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast “les Rencontres” highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.

Listen to author and critic Erica Wagner in conversation with Patricia Lockwood, writer of “No One Is Talking About This”, her first novel published by Riverhead Books in 2021. Together, they discuss Patricia Lockwood's vocation as a writer and how her writing takes multiple forms, from poems published on Twitter, to fiction or memoirs.

Bibliographic record

© Barnes & Noble.

© The Swansea University Dylan Thomas Prize.

Dan Kois, You Could Make This Place Beautiful, © Slate, 2020.

© LRB.

No One Is Talking About This, © Patricia Lockwood, Bloomsbury Publishing, 2021.

Patricia Lockwood, No One Is Talking About This, © Riverhead Books, 2021.

Patricia Lockwood, Priestdaddy, © Riverhead Books, 2017.

Patricia Lockwood, Rape Joke, in Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals, © Penguin Books, 2014.

Richard Hugo, The Triggering Town, © W. W. Norton Company, 2010.

Piranesi, © Susanna Clarke, Bloomsbury Publishing, 2020.

© The Best American Poetry Series.

Copyright Guardian News & Media Ltd 2022.

© The New York Times Company. All rights reserved. Used under license.

Patricia Lockwood on the Extremely Online, David S. Wallace, The New Yorker, © Condé Nast, 2020.

English

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"les Rencontres" - interview with Abigail Assor

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.

Listen to journalist Lauren Bastide in conversation with Abigail Assor, writer of “Aussi riche que le roi”, her first novel published by Gallimard in 2021. Together, they discuss her desire to find her place in the world through writing. They also evoke the ambivalence of reality and the evocative power of words to describe it.

Bibliographic record

Abigail Assor, Aussi riche que le roi © Éditions Gallimard, 2021.

© Prix Françoise Sagan.

Claude Simon, L’Acacia © Les Editions de Minuit, 1989-2004.

Ada ou l'Ardeur, Vladimir Nabokov © Édition Fayard, 1989, pour la traduction française.

Françoise Sagan, Bonjour tristesse, © Pocket, 2009

French

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"Les rencontres" — interview with Maddie Mortimer

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast “les Rencontres” highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.

Listen to author and critic Erica Wagner in conversation with Maddie Mortimer, writer of “Maps of Our Spectacular Bodies”, her first novel published by Picador in 2022. Together, they discuss the importance of music in Maddie Mortimer’s writing process and how pop culture is an inspiration to her.

Bibliographic record

Maddie Mortimer, Maps of Our Spectacular Bodies, © Picador, 2022.

© Maddie Mortimer, for the Foyles blog.

© National Centre For Writing.

© The Booker Prizes.

Publishers Weekly.

© Copyright Guardian News & Media Ltd 2022.

© Used with permission of the BMJ from Maps of Our Spectacular Bodies, Laura Grace Simpkins, 2022; permission conveyed through Copyright Clearance Center, Inc.

Anne Carson, Economy of the Unlost, © Princeton University Press, 2002.

© J.K. Rowling, 1997-2007, Harry Potter.

Markus Zusak, The Book Thief, Random House Children’s Books 2005.

Gabrielle Zevin, Elsewhere, © Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2005.

Virginia Woolf, Mrs Dalloway, 1925.

T. S. Eliot, The Wasteland, © W.W. Norton & Company, 2000.

© Faber & Faber.

© Faber Academy.

Candace Bushnell, Sex and the City, © Abacus, 1997.

English

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"Les rencontres" - interview with Nadia Yala Kisukidi

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.

Listen to journalist Lauren Bastide in conversation with Nadia Yala Kisukidi, writer of “La dissociation”, her first novel published by Éditions du Seuil in 2022. Together, they discuss her writing journey, from the rigour of her philosophical work to her first book.

Bibliographic record

La Dissociation, Nadia Yala Kisukidi, © Éditions du Seuil, 2022.

© Université Paris 8.

© Yango Biennale.

Georges Bernanos, Les Grands Cimetières sous la lune, © Castor Astral, 2008.

Walter Scott, Ivanhoé, Traduction par Auguste-Jean-Baptiste Defauconpret, © H. Nicolle, 1820.

Richard Wright, Black Boy, © HarperCollins Publishers, 2020.

Roland Barthes, Mythologies, © Éditions du Seuil, 1957, Points Essais, 2014

French

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"les Rencontres" - interview with Salomé Kiner

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.

Listen to journalist Lauren Bastide in conversation with Salomé Kiner, writer of “Grande couronne”, her first novel published by Christian Bourgois in 2021. Together, they discuss her desire to write about adolescence and to capture this physical and sensitive experience in language. They also talk about how her work as a journalist has sharpened her writing and her vision of the world.

Bibliographic record

Salomé Kiner, Grande Couronne, © Christian Bourgois éditeur, 2021.

© Christian Bourgois éditeur

© Prix du Livre Inter, France Inter

© Quotidien Le temps.

Hugo Lindenberg, Un jour ce sera vide, © Christian Bourgois éditeur, 2020.

Tupelo Hassman, La fille, traduction de Laurence Kiéfé © Christian Bourgois éditeur, 2014.

Maurice Blanchot, L’espace littéraire, © Éditions Gallimard, 1955.

© Kangol

© DANAO.

© BN, marque deposee par United Biscuits France.

Kevin Williamson, Dawson's Creek, © Sony Pictures Studios, 1998.

Joss Whedon, Buffy contre les vampires, © 20th Century Fox, 1997.

Anne Frank, Le journal d’Anne Frank, édité dans sa version originale par Mirjam Pressler, traduction par Philippe Noble et Isabelle Rosselin © Calmann-Lévy, 1992, 2001, 2017, 2019.

© Miss France.

James Cameron, Titanic, © 20th Century Fox, 1997.

Jean Anouilh, La Sauvage, © La Table Ronde, 1958, 2008.

French

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"les Rencontres" - interview with Jocelyn Nicole Johnson

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.

Listen to author and critic Erica Wagner in conversation with Jocelyn Nicole Johnson, writer of “My Monticello”, her first novel published by Henry Holt and Co in 2021. Together, they evoke her early vocation for storytelling and discuss how her experience as an art teacher influenced her writing.

Bibliographic record

Jocelyn Nicole Johnson, My Monticello, © Henry Holt and Co., © Vintage, 2021.

© The New York Times Company. All rights reserved. Used under license.

© Kirkus Prize.

© National Book Critics Circle, John Leonard Prize.

© TIME. All rights reserved. Used under license.

© The Pulitzer Prizes.

© Colson Whitehead.

© Guernica Magazine.

© Guardian News & Media Limited.

Toni Morrison, Beloved, © Vintage, Penguin, 2004.

Jocelyn Nicole Johnson, Control Negro, © Guernica Magazine, 2017.

Roxane Gay, Best American Short Stories 2018, © Mariner Books, 2018.

WNED PBS, Buffalo, NY.

Star Trek – Courtesy of CBS Studios.

© 2022 Public Broadcasting Service (PBS).

© The Los Angeles Times.

© The People's Court.

© The Washington Post. All rights reserved. Used under license.

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"les Rencontres" - interview with Pauline Harmange

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a new series imagined by House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi with CHANEL.

Listen to journalist Lauren Bastide in conversation with Pauline Harmange, writer of “Aux endroits brisés”, her first novel published by Fayard in 2021. Together, they discuss the role of the collective in the writing process and how her online community has fostered her vocation as a writer.

Bibliographic record

Pauline Harmange, Aux endroits brisés, ©Fayard, 2021.

Pauline Harmange, Moi, les hommes, je les déteste, © Pauline Harmange & Éditions du Seuil, 2020.

© J.K. Rowling, 1997-2007, Harry Potter.

© Académie Goncourt.

Virginia Woolf, Une chambre à soi, Traduction par Sophie Chiari, © Le Livre de Poche, 2020

French

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"les Rencontres" - interview with Ingrid Persaud

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer in a new series imagined by CHANEL and House ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi.

Listen to author and critic Erica Wagner in conversation with Ingrid Persaud, writer of “Love After Love”, her first novel published by Faber in 2020. Together, they discuss how winning her first literary prize, the "Commonwealth Short Story Prize", reinforced her vocation as a writer. They also evoke Ingrid Persaud’s choice to write her first book in her native language, Trinidadian English.

Bibliographic record

Ingrid Persaud, Love After Love, © Faber & Faber, 2020.

Ingrid Persaud, Love After Love, © Penguin Random House, 2020.

© Costa Book Awards.

© Commonwealth Short Story Prize.

© BBC National Short Story Award.

© LSE.

© Central Saint Martins.

© Granta Publications.

© Guardian News & Media Limited.

© National Geographic.

Five Dials is a digital literary magazine published by Hamish Hamilton, an imprint of Penguin

Books, edited by Craig Taylor.

Michael Anthony, The Year in San Fernando, Hoddor, © Hodder Education, 2021.

Dereck Walcott, Love After Love, in Collected Poems, © Farrar, Straus & Girous, 1987.

© The Slade School of Fine Art.

V. S. Naipaul, A House for Mr Biswas, © Picador, 2003.

© RCW Literary Agency.

© The New York Times Company. All rights reserved. Used under license.

Gabriel Bump, Everywhere You Don't Belong, © Workman, 2021.

© TCS New York City Marathon

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"les Rencontres" - interview with Clara Ysé

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendez-vous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer.

Listen to journalist Lauren Bastide in conversation with Clara Ysé, writer of "Mise à feu", her first novel published by Grasset in 2021. Together, they talk about how words have the power to transform the world and Clara Ysé’s particular relationship with writing, influenced by her practice of music.

Bibliographic record

Clara Ysé, Mise à feu, © Editions Grasset & Fasquelle, 2021.

Malcolm Lowry, Sous le volcan, Traduction de Jacques Darras © Editions
Grasset & Fasquelle, 1987.

Nina Simone, Wild Is the Wind, © Warner Chappell, Universal Music
Publishing, Reservoir Media, 1966.

Gaël Faye, Petit Pays, © Editions Grasset & Fasquelle, 2016.

Jacques Lacan, L'Éthique de la psychanalyse, Séminaire Livre VII, © Seuil,
2019.

Clara Ysé, Le monde s'est dédoublé, © Tomboy Lab, Sony ATV, 2015.

© La Boule Noire.

French

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"Les rencontres" - interview with Lisa Taddeo

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendez-vous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer.

Listen to author and critic Erica Wagner in conversation with Lisa Taddeo, writer of “Animal”, her first novel published by Simon & Schuster in 2021. Together, they mention her strong connection with fiction, her interest in questioning what society expects from women and the importance of self-criticism in the writing process.

Bibliographic record

Lisa Taddeo, Animal, © Bloomsbury Publishing, 2022.

© The New York Times Company. All rights reserved. Used under license.

Lisa Taddeo, Three Women, © Bloomsbury Publishing, 2019.

© Esquire.

Gay Talese, Thy Neighbor's Wife, © HarperCollins, 2009.

© Brigham Young University.

© University of East Anglia.

Stephen King, The Stand, © Hodder & Stoughton Limited, 2011.

Hanya Yanagihara, A Little Life, © Pan Macmillan, 2017.

© Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.

© Plan B Entertainment.

English

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"Les rencontres" - interview with pauline gonthier

As part of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendez-vous at Rue Cambon], the podcast "les Rencontres" highlights the birth of a writer.

Listen to journalist Lauren Bastide in conversation with Pauline Gonthier, writer of "Les oiselles sauvages", her first novel published by Julliard in 2021. Together, they discuss the genesis of her writing, Pauline Gonthier's decisive literary encounter with Annie Ernaux and her ambition to write books that make people want to open others.

Bibliographic record

Pauline Gonthier,Les oiselles sauvages, © Éditions Julliard, 2021.

Monique Wittig, Les Guérillères, © Les Éditions de Minuit, 1969.

Le Torchon brûle, © Éditions Des femmes-Antoinette Fouque, 1982.

Émission À voix nue, avec Christine Delphy, de Charlotte Bienaimé, diffusée sur France Culture du 14 au 18 janvier 2019 et disponible sur franceculture.fr et l’application Radio France.

Françoise d’Eaubonne, Le complexe de Diane, © Éditions Julliard, 2021.

Simone de Beauvoir, Le deuxième sexe I. Les faits et les mythes, © Éditions Gallimard, 1949, renouvelé en 1976.

Simone de Beauvoir, Le deuxième sexe, II. L’expérience vécue, © Éditions Gallimard, 1949, renouvelé en 1976.

Élise Thiébaut, L’Amazone verte, le roman de Françoise d’Eaubonne, © Les Éditions Charleston, 2021.

Michel Houellebecq, Anéantir, © Éditions Flammarion, 2022.

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Rendezvous

13 Episodes

The Rendez-vous littéraires [Literary Rendezvous] bring together women writers and friends of the House to discuss the theme of women's empowerment, through their own works or those of historical literary figures.

Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon invite Rachel Cusk

For this thirteenth edition of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon] that was held at the 7L library in Paris, CHANEL and Charlotte Casiraghi, ambassador and spokesperson for the House, invited novelist and essayist Rachel Cusk, along with friend of the House Naomi Campbell.

Moderated by author and critic Erica Wagner, this encounter dedicated to the work of Rachel Cusk considers motherhood, how to explore personal stories through literature and the rework of the literary form it requires: “I think I always felt that my duty was to reality and how the novel could show that and contain it.”

Bibliographic record

Extract from A Life's Work, Copyright © 2001, 2008, Rachel Cusk, used by permission of The Wylie Agency (UK) Limited.
Excerpt from A Life's Work: on Becoming a Mother by Rachel Cusk. Copyright © 2001 by Rachel Cusk. Reprinted by permission of Picador. All Rights Reserved.
Saving Agnes by Rachel Cusk © Rachel Cusk, 2019. Reprinted by permission of Faber and Faber Ltd.
Saving Agnes by Rachel Cusk. Copyright © 1993 by Rachel Cusk. Reprinted by permission of Picador. All Rights Reserved.
© Whitbread PLC.
© Costa Book Awards
The Country Life by Rachel Cusk © Rachel Cusk, 2019. Reprinted by permission of Faber and Faber Ltd.
The Country Life by Rachel Cusk. Copyright © 1997 by Rachel Cusk. Reprinted by permission of Picador. All Rights Reserved.
In the Fold © Rachel Cusk, 2005.
Arlington Park © Rachel Cusk, 2006.
Arlington Park by Rachel Cusk. Copyright © 2006 by Rachel Cusk. Reprinted by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux. All Rights Reserved.
Outline Copyright © 2014 Rachel Cusk, used by permission of The Wylie Agency (UK) Limited.
Outline by Rachel Cusk. Copyright © 2014 by Rachel Cusk. Reprinted by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux. All Rights Reserved.
Transit by Rachel Cusk © Rachel Cusk, 2018. Reprinted by permission of Faber and Faber Ltd.
Transit by Rachel Cusk. Copyright © 2016 by Rachel Cusk. Reprinted by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux. All Rights Reserved.
Kudos by Rachel Cusk © Rachel Cusk, 2019. Reprinted by permission of Faber and Faber Ltd.
Kudos by Rachel Cusk. Copyright © 2018 by Rachel Cusk. Reprinted by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux. All Rights Reserved.
Extract from Second Place by Rachel Cusk © Rachel Cusk, 2021 Reprinted by permission of Faber and Faber Ltd.
Excerpt from Second Place by Rachel Cusk.Copyright © 2021 by Rachel Cusk. Reprinted/Used by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux. All Rights Reserved.
Extract from Second Place Copyright © 2021 Rachel Cusk, used by permission of The Wylie Agency (UK) Limited.
© Association Prix Femina.
Rachel Cusk, Aftermath: On Marriage and Separation, © Faber & Faber, 2019.
Extract from Aftermath: on marriage and separation by Rachel Cusk. Copyright © 2012 by Rachel Cusk. Reprinted by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux. All Rights Reserved.
Parade © Rachel Cusk, 2024.
Parade by Rachel Cusk. Copyright © 2024 by Rachel Cusk. Forthcoming from Faber & Faber Ltd. and Farrar, Straus and Giroux in June 2024. All Rights Reserved.
From The New York Times Magazine. © 2016, The New York Times Company. All rights reserved. Used under license
Mrs Dalloway © Virginia Woolf, 1925
Elena Ferrante, The Lost Daughter, Translated by Ann Goldstein, © Europa, 2008. First published 2006 by Edizioni e/o as La figlia oscura
La figlia oscura by Elena Ferrante © 2006 by Edizioni E/O.

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Special Edition - The Power of Literature

At the heart of the three-day exhibition Manchestermodern: past present future, curated by Factory International and CHAOS SixtyNine with the support of CHANEL, a special edition of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon] was held at the Victoria Baths in Manchester.

In conversation with writer and critic Erica Wagner, author Jeanette Winterson, CHANEL ambassador and spokesperson Charlotte Casiraghi along with actress and CHANEL ambassador Kristen Stewart reveal what constitutes, according to them, the powers of literature. Together, they also talk about the books that are dear to them and the female literary figures who inspire them.

Bibliographic record

© 2023 by Cities of Literature. All rights reserved.
© 2023 Manchester Literature Festival. All rights reserved.
© Jeanette Winterson. All rights reserved.
Jeanette Winterson, Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit, © Grove Press, 1997.
Jeanette Winterson, Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit, Vintage, 1997.
Jeanette Winterson, The Passion, © Grove Press, 1997.
Jeanette Winterson, The Passion, Vintage, 1997.
Jeanette Winterson, Frankissstein: A Love Story, © Grove Press, 2019.
Jeanette Winterson, Frankissstein: A Love Story, Vintage, 2019.
Jeanette Winterson, 12 Bytes, © Grove Press, 2021.
Jeanette Winterson, 12 Bytes, Vintage, 2021.
Jeanette Winterson, Night Side of the River: Ghost Stories, © Grove Press, 2023.
Jeanette Winterson, Night Side of the River: Ghost Stories, Vintage, 2023.
© UK Honours System.
© University of Oxford. All rights reserved.
© University of Manchester.

© Toronto International Film Festival. All rights reserved.
Into the Wild, © Paramount, 2007. Courtesy of River Road Entertainment, LLC.
PANIC ROOM © 2002 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Courtesy of Columbia Pictures
Catherine Hardwicke, Bill Condon, Chris Weitz, David Slade, Twilight, © Summit Entertainment, 2008-2012. All rights reserved.
Pablo Larrain, Spencer, © A Fabula, Komplizen, Shoebox Films Production, 2021.
© Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. All rights reserved.
© Académie des Césars. All rights reserved.
Olivier Assayas, Clouds of Sils Maria, © CG Cinéma, 2014.
Kristen Stewart, The Chronology of Water, © Scott Free Productions. All rights reserved.

Jeanette Winterson, Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal?, Vintage, 2012.
Jeanette Winterson, Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal?, © Grove Press, 2012.

Kate Zambreno, Heroines, © Semiotext(e), 2012.
© Theatre Royal Stratford East.

© ITN / Getty images.
Shelagh Delaney, A Taste of Honey, © Grove Press, 1994.
Virginia Woolf, A Room of One's Own, 1929.
Virginia Woolf, Orlando, 1928.

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Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon invite Maria Pourchet

For this eleventh edition of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], CHANEL and Charlotte Casiraghi, ambassador and spokesperson for the House, invited writer and screenwriter Maria Pourchet, along with actress and House ambassador Rebecca Marder.

Moderated by writer and journalist Lauren Bastide, this encounter dedicated to Maria Pourchet considers the powers she attributes to literature and the importance of leaving room for nuance so as to “allow time for thought to take shape.”

A musical performance by artist and musician Clara Ysé, accompanied by pianist Camille El Bacha, closed the rendezvous.

Bibliographic record

Giorgio Agamben, Qu'est-ce que le contemporain ?, Traduction par Maxime Rovere,© Éditions Payot & Rivages, 2008.

Maria Pourchet, Western,© Éditions Stock, 2023.

© Comédie-Française.

Maria Pourchet, Feu,© Fayard, 2021.

© Amis du Théâtre Populaire. Tous droits réservés.

Maria Pourchet, Toutes les femmes sauf une,© Fayard, 2018.

Albert Cohen, Le livre de ma mère,© Éditions Gallimard, 1954.

Romain Gary, Pseudo, publié par Le Mercure de France © Éditions Gallimard, 1976.

Romain Gary, Gros-Câlin, publié par Le Mercure de France © Éditions Gallimard, 1974.

Romain Gary, La vie devant soi, publié par Le Mercure de France © Éditions Gallimard, 1975.

Clara YSÉ « Douce », autrice-compositrice : Clara YSÉ Éditions Tomboylab et Sony Music Publishing.

Clara YSÉ « La Maison », autrice-compositrice : Clara YSÉ Éditions Tomboylab et Sony Music Publishing.

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Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon invite Siri Hustvedt

The tenth edition of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon] was held at the Metrograph Theater, in New York City. CHANEL and Charlotte Casiraghi, ambassador and spokesperson for the House, invited writer and essayist Siri Hustvedt, author of multiple novels and prestigious award winnings essays, along with novelist, poet and photographer Rachel Eliza Griffiths.

Animated by author and critic Erica Wagner, this encounter dedicated to Siri Hustvedt evokes the powers of literature, its capacity to open social outlets and the relationship between the author and the reader. Together, they also discuss the nature of time and the mind-body connection Siri Hustvedt questions in her work.

A musical performance by singer-songwriter Sophie Auster, accompanied by pianist Marie Davy, punctuated the conversation.

Bibliographic record

Siri Hustvedt, The Blindfold, © Sceptre, an imprint of Hodder & Stoughton Limited, 2010.

THE BLINDFOLD, Copyright © 1992 by Siri Hustvedt Reprinted by permission of Creative Artists Agency

Siri Hustvedt, What I Loved, © Sceptre, an imprint of Hodder & Stoughton Limited, 2003.

WHAT I LOVED by Siri Hustvedt Copyright © 2003 by Siri Hustvedt Reprinted by permission of Siri Hustvedt and Creative Artists Agency

Siri Hustvedt, What I Loved, © Picador US, 2003. All Rights Reserved.

Siri Hustvedt, The Blazing World, © Simon & Schuster, 2014.

THE BLAZING WORLD, Copyright © 2014 by Siri Hustvedt Reprinted by permission of Creative Artists Agency

Siri Hustvedt, Memories of the Future, © Simon & Schuster, 2019.

MEMORIES OF THE FUTURE, Copyright © 2019 by Siri Hustvedt Reprinted by permission of Creative Artists Agency

Siri Hustvedt, A Woman Looking at Men Looking at Women: Essays on Art, Sex, and the Mind, © Simon & Schuster, 2017.

A WOMAN LOOKING AT MEN LOOKING AT WOMEN by Siri Hustvedt Copyright © 2016 by Siri Hustvedt Reprinted by permission of Siri Hustvedt and Creative Artists Agency

Siri Hustvedt, Mothers, Fathers, and Others, © Simon & Schuster, 2022.

MOTHERS, FATHERS, and OTHERS, Copyright © 2021 by Siri Hustvedt Reprinted by permission of Creative Artists Agency

Siri Hustvedt, The Shaking Woman or A History of My Nerves, Copyright © 2009 by Siri Hustvedt.

THE SHAKING WOMAN or A HISTORY OF MY NERVES, Copyright © 2009 by Siri Hustvedt Reprinted by permission of Creative Artists Agency

© Cornell University. Weill Cornell Medicine.

© The Gabarron Foundation.

© Fundacion Princesa de Asturias.

Rachel Eliza Griffiths, PROMISE, © Rachel Eliza Griffiths, Random House, 2023.

Rachel Eliza Griffiths, Seeing the Body, © W.W. Norton Company, 2020.

© Hurston/Wright Foundation.

© Paterson Poetry Prize.

© NAACP Image Award.

© Cave Canem Foundation Inc.

© Kimbilio.

© Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown.

© Yaddo.

© The New York Times Company. All rights reserved. Used under license.

© The New Yorker.

© Tin House.

© The Washington Post. All rights reserved.

© Royal Crown Cola, All rights reserved.

Siri Hustvedt, The Delusions of Certainty, © Simon & Schuster, 2017.

THE DELUSIONS OF CERTAINTY by Siri Hustvedt Copyright © 2017 by Siri Hustvedt Reprinted by permission of Siri Hustvedt and Creative Artists Agency.

© LITHUB.

Rachel Eliza Griffiths in Cover reveal: See the cover for Rachel Eliza Griffiths’s Promise, © LITHUB, February 23, 2023.

Toni Morrison, Beloved, Penguin, 2004.

Sophie Auster – “Hey, Girlfriend” © Sophie Auster, Nick Block, 2022.

Excerpted from: Uses of the Erotic by Audre Lorde/ SISTER OUTSIDER – Essays and Speeches by Audre Lorde, published by Crossing Press/Penguin RandomHouse Inc. New York, © 1984,2007 by Audre Lorde. Used by permission of the Charlotte Sheedy Literary Agency.

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Portrait of Ingeborg Bachmann with Charlotte Casiraghi, Vicky Krieps and Cécile Ladjali

For the ninth edition of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon] dedicated to the poetess, writer and philosopher Ingeborg Bachmann, the House of CHANEL and ambassador and spokesperson for the House Charlotte Casiraghi invited actress and friend of the House Vicky Krieps and writer Cécile Ladjali.

Animated by literary historian Fanny Arama, this conversation about the life and work of the Austrian poetess evokes her way of questioning language and her determination to grasp the truth. Together, they also mention the film “Journey into the Desert” directed by Margarethe von Trotta, about the tormented relationship between Ingeborg Bachmann and writer Max Frisch. Vicky Krieps plays the leading role in the film.

Bibliographic record

Ingeborg Bachmann: Werke, Band I
© 1978 Piper Verlag GmbH, München

Margarethe von Trotta, Ingeborg Bachmann - Voyage dans le désert (Reise in die Wüste), © 2023 - tellfilm GmbH / AMOUR FOU Vienna GmbH / HEIMATFILM GMBH + Co KG / AMOUR FOU Luxembourg sàrl

Poèmes d’Ingeborg Bachmann tirés du recueil
Toute personne qui tombe a des ailes (Poèmes 1942-1967) :
« Profession de foi »
« Le jeu est fini »
« La Bohême est au bord de la mer »
« Ce qui est vrai »
« Invocation à la Grande Ourse »
« Le temps en sursis »
Traduction française de Françoise Rétif
© Éditions Gallimard (2015 pour la trad. française)

Cécile Ladjali, Ordalie, © Actes sud, 2009.

Ingeborg Bachmann, Œuvres, traduction de Claude Couffon © ACTES SUD, 2009

Cécile Ladjali, La nuit est mon jour préféré, © Actes sud, 2023.

© Thomas Bernard.

© Spiegel.

Ingeborg Bachmann, Le Bon Dieu de Manhattan, traduction de Christine Kubler, © Actes Sud, 1990.

Ingeborg Bachmann, Malina, « Cadre vert », © Éditions du Seuil, 1973, pour la traduction française.

Theodor W. Adorno, Prismes: Critique de la culture et société, traduit de l’allemand par Geneviève et Rainer Rochlitz, © Editions Payot, 1986, pour la traduction française. © Éditions Payot & Rivages, 2010 pour l’édition de poche.

Ingeborg Bachmann, Le Temps du cœur, Paul Celan © Éditions du Seuil, 2011 pour la traduction française.

Ingeborg Bachmann, Franza, traduction de Miguel Couffon, © Actes Sud, 1985.

Hannah Arendt, La crise de la culture. Huit exercices de pensée politique
Traduction française sous la direction de Patrick Lévy © Éditions Gallimard, 1972

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Literary rendezvous At rue cambon invite Marie NDiaye

The eighth edition of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon] was held at Dakar’s former Palais de Justice in Senegal, on the occasion of the 2022/23 Métiers d’art CHANEL – DAKAR show. The House of CHANEL and ambassador and spokesperson for the House Charlotte Casiraghi invited writer and 2009 Prix Goncourt winner Marie NDiaye, along with actress Rokhaya Niang.

Animated by literary historian Fanny Arama, this encounter dedicated to Marie NDiaye evokes the way literature has offered her access to other worlds, enabled her develop a richer inner life. Together, they also discuss the strong desire Marie NDiaye had to write since her early childhood and the power of vocation.

Bibliographic record

© Prix Femina.

Marie NDiaye, Rosie Carpe, © Les Éditions de Minuit, 2001.

© Académie Goncourt.

Marie NDiaye, Trois femmes puissantes, © Éditions Gallimard, 2009.

Marie NDiaye, La Sorcière, © Les Éditions de Minuit, 1996.

Marie NDiaye, Mon coeur à l'étroit, © Éditions Gallimard, 2008.

Marie NDiaye, Ladivine, © Éditions Gallimard, 2013.

Marie NDiaye, La Cheffe, roman d’une cuisinière, © Éditions Gallimard, 2016.

Marie NDiaye, La vengeance m'appartient, © Éditions Gallimard, 2021.

Marie NDiaye, Papa doit manger, © Les Éditions de Minuit, 2003.

© Comédie-Française.

Mansour Sora Wade, Le Prix du pardon, © Kaany Productions, 2001.

Moussa Sène Absa, L'extraordinaire destin de Madame Brouette, © Les Productions La Fête, 2002.

Moussa Sène Absa, Xalé, © Set Bet Set productions, Les Films du Continent, Rone production, Canal+International, 2022.

© La Bibliothèque Verte.

Annie Ernaux, Les Armoires Vides, © Éditions Gallimard, 1984.

Alice Diop, Saint Omer, © SRAB FILMS - ARTE FRANCE CINÉMA - 2022.

Ken Bugul, Le Baobab fou, © Présence Africaine Éditions, 2010.

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Literary rendezvous At rue cambon invite Léonora Miano

For the seventh edition of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the House of CHANEL and ambassador and spokesperson for the House Charlotte Casiraghi invite writer Léonora Miano, along with actress and House ambassador Anna Mouglalis.

Animated by literary historian Fanny Arama, this encounter is dedicated to the writer’s singular career and reflects on her childhood in Cameroun to being awarded the most prestigious of literary prizes. Together, they evoke the role that literature can play in a lifetime and the emancipatory function of motherhood according to Léonora Miano.

Bibliographic record

© Académie Goncourt

Léonora Miano, Contours du jour qui vient, © PLON 2006.

© Prix Femina

Léonora Miano, La Saison de l’ombre, © Éditions Grasset & Fasquelle, 2013.

Léonora Miano, Stardust, © Éditions Grasset & Fasquelle, 2022.

Léonora Miano, L’autre langue des femmes, © Éditions Grasset & Fasquelle, 2021.

© The Quilombo Publishing.

© Librairie 7L.

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Literary rendezvous At rue cambon invite Chantal Thomas

For the sixth edition of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the House of CHANEL along with ambassador and spokesperson for the House Charlotte Casiraghi invites writer Chantal Thomas from the Académie française.

Animated by literary historian Fanny Arama, this encounter begins with the presentation of Chantal Thomas’ work which explores a variety of genres — novels, historical accounts, literary essays or chronicles — followed by the reading of an extract from her last book ‘Journal de nage’ by Anamaria Vartolomei. Together, they evoke the liberation of women's bodies, which is fundamental to the work of Chantal Thomas.

Bibliographic record

© Académie française.

Les Adieux à la Reine (Prix Femina), Chantal Thomas, © Éditions du Seuil, « coll. Fiction & Cie », 2002, Points,
2020.

L’échange des princesses, Chantal Thomas, © Éditions du Seuil, « coll. Fiction & Cie », 2013, Points, 2014.

Journal de nage, Chantal Thomas, © Éditions du Seuil, « coll. Fiction & Cie », 2022.

Roland Barthes, Le Plaisir du texte, « Tel Quel », © Éditions du Seuil, 1973, Points, 2014.

Cafés de la mémoire, Chantal Thomas, ©Éditions du Seuil, « coll. Réflexion », 2008, Points, 2021.

Chantal Thomas, Comment supporter sa liberté, © Payot & Rivages, 1998, 2000.

Marguerite Duras, La Vie matérielle, © P.O.L Éditeur, 1987.

Audrey Diwan, L'Événement, © Rectangle Productions - France 3 Cinéma - Wild Bunch - Srab Films, 2021.

Chantal Thomas, Souffrir, © Payot & Rivages, 2004, 2006, 2018.

Germaine de Staël, Corinne ou l'Italie, 1807.

Chantal Thomas, L’esprit de conversation, © Payot & Rivages, 2011, 2021.

Franz Kafka, Journal, Traduction par Marthe Robert, © Éditions Grasset & Fasquelle, 1973.

Haruki Murakami, Kafka sur le rivage, Traduit du japonais par Corinne Atlan, © Belfond, 2006.

Franz Kafka, Le Verdict, © Mille et Une Nuits, département des éditions Fayard, 1997.

Marc Dugain, L’échange des princesses, © Ad Vitam, 2017.

Souvenirs de la marée basse, Chantal Thomas, © Éditions du Seuil, « coll. Fiction & Cie », 2017, Points, 2022.

Giacomo Casanova, Histoire de ma vie, © Le Livre de Poche, « Classiques », 2014.

Colette, Claudine à l'école, © Albin Michel, 1930.

Marquis de Sade, Histoire de Juliette, ou les Prospérités du vice, 1797.

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Literary rendezvous At rue cambon invite Leïla Slimani

For the fifth edition of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon], the House of CHANEL along with ambassador and spokesperson for the House Charlotte Casiraghi invite the writer Leïla Slimani, winner of the prestigious Prix Goncourt in 2016 for her novel ‘Lullaby’ published by Gallimard.

Hosted by the literary historian Fanny Arama, this conversation begins with the actress and friend of the House Zita Hanrot’s reading of an extract from ‘Le Pays des autres’, a novel by Leïla Slimani published in 2020. The writer then talks about her relationship with writing, female emancipation through literary history and the universal and non-gendered scope of literature.

Bibliographic record

Leïla Slimani, Chanson douce, © Éditions Gallimard, 2016.
© Académie Goncourt.

Pouvoir de l'horreur. Essai sur l'abjection, Julia Kristeva, « Tel Quel », © Éditions du Seuil, 1980, « Point Essais », 1983.

Le pays des autres, Leïla Slimani © Éditions Gallimard, 2020.

Leïla Slimani, Dans le jardin de l'ogre, © Éditions Gallimard, 2014.

René Char,Lettera amorosa suivi de Guirlande terrestre, © Éditions Gallimard, 2007.

Lou Andreas-Salomé, La Maison, Traduction par Nicole Casanova, © Éditions des femmes Antoinette Fouque, 1997.

Sonietchka, Ludmila Oulitskaïa (trad. Française de Sophie Benech), © Éditions Gallimard, 1996 (1995).

Leïla Slimani, Comment j'écris, © Le 1/Éditions de l'Aube, 2018.

Lewis Carroll, Les Aventures d'Alice aux Pays des merveilles, Traduction par Henri Bué, 1869.

Blaise Pascal, Pensées, 1669.

Vie et destin de Vassili Grossman, Traduit du russe par Alexis Berelowitch et Anne Coldefy-Faucard, à paraître aux Éditions Calmann-Lévy.

Léon Tolstoï, La Guerre et la Paix, Traduction par Irina Paskévitch, 1879.

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Portrait of Virginia Woolf by Jeanette Winterson

The fourth edition of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon] was held at Somerset House, a leading London arts centre.

In conversation with writer Erica Wagner, ambassador and spokesperson for the House Charlotte Casiraghi invited writer Jeanette Winterson to pay tribute to the work of Virginia Woolf. Actress and CHANEL ambassador Keira Knightley opened the discussion by reading an extract from ‘Professions for Women’, a speech Virginia Woolf gave to the National Society for Women's Service in 1931.

Bibliographic record

Virginia Woolf, Professions for Women, 1931.

Jeanette Winterson, Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit, 1985.

Jeanette Winterson, The Passion, 1987.

Jeanette Winterson , Sexing the Cherry, 1989.

Jeanette Winterson, The Powerbook, 2000.

Jeanette Winterson, Lighthousekeeping, 2004.

Jeanette Winterson, The Stone Gods, 2007.

Jeanette Winterson, The Daylight Gate, 2012.

Jeanette Winterson, Frankissstein: A Love Story, 2019.

Jeanette Winterson, Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal?, 2011.

© Royal Society of Literature.

Jeanette Winterson, 12 Bytes, 2021.

Virginia Woolf, A Room of one’s own, 1929.

Virginia Woolf, To the lighthouse, 1927.

Virginia Woolf, Mrs Dalloway, 1925.

English

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Girl. Carte blanche to Anne Berest

The third edition of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon] was held in Les Baux-de-Provence in the south of France on the occasion of the CHANEL Cruise 2021/22 show.

In conversation with literary historian Fanny Arama, ambassador and spokesperson for the House Charlotte Casiraghi invited writer and friend of the House Anne Berest to examine the figure of girls in literature, through a tribute to the work of Anne Wiazemsky. Actress and CHANEL ambassador Alma Jodorowsky opened the discussion with a reading of excerpts from 'Jeune fille' by Anne Wiazemsky, and 'Sagan 1954' by Anne Berest.

Bibliographic record

Sophocle, Antigone, 441 av. J.C.
Sophocle, Antigone, Translated from French [Sophocle, Antigone, 441 av. J.C.] by Sue Rose, 2021.

Anne Wiazemsky, Jeune fille, © Éditions Gallimard, "Blanche", 2007.
Anne Wiazemsky, Young Woman, Translated from French [Anne Wiazemsky, Jeune fille, © Éditions Gallimard, "Blanche", 2007.] by Sue Rose, 2021.

Anne Berest, Sagan 1954, © Stock, "La Bleue", 2014.
Anne Berest, Sagan, Paris 1954, Translated by Heather Lloyd, © Gallic Books, 2015.

Jean-Luc Godard, La Chinoise, © Gaumont, Ciné-Mag Bodard, Roissy Films, M. Nicolas Lebovici, 1967.

Jean-Luc Godard, Masculin Féminin, © Argos Films, Anouchka Films, Sandrews, Svensk Filmindustri, 1966.

Simone de Beauvoir, Le deuxième sexe, © Éditions Gallimard, "Blanche", 1949.

Simone de Beauvoir, Mémoires d'une jeune fille rangée, © Éditions Gallimard, "Blanche", 1958.

Vanessa Springora, Le consentement, © Éditions Grasset & Fasquelle, 2020.
CONSENT. Copyright © 2020 by Éditions Grasset & Fasquelle; originally published in French as Le Consentement by Vanessa Springora, translated into English by Natasha Lehrer. English text courtesy of HarperCollins Publishers.

Anne et Claire Berest, Gabriële, © Stock, "La Bleue", 2017.

Anne Berest, La Fille de son père, © Éditions du Seuil, 2010, Points, 2011.

Anne Berest, Les Patriarches, © Éditions Grasset & Fasquelle, 2012.

Anne Berest, Recherche femme parfaite, © Éditions Grasset & Fasquelle, 2015.

Anne Berest, La Visite suivi de Les filles de nos filles, © Actes Sud, 2020.

Anne Berest, Fabrice Gobert, Mytho, © ARTE France, Unité de Production, 2019.

HOW TO BE PARISIAN WHEREVER YOU ARE: LOVE, STYLE, AND BAD HABITS by Anne Berest, Audrey Diwan, Caroline de Maigret, and Sophie Mas, translation copyright © 2014 by Susanna Lea Associates. Published by Doubleday.

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51min

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Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon invite Camille Laurens

For the second edition of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon [Literary Rendezvous at rue Cambon], CHANEL and Charlotte Casiraghi, ambassador and spokesperson for the House, have invited the writer Camille Laurens.

Animated by literary historian Fanny Arama, this conversation begins with the actress Lyna Khoudri reading an excerpt from 'Fille', Camille Laurens' latest novel. The writer then discusses her body of work, the female condition and the power of literature in the construction of a life.

Bibliographic record

Sofia Djama, Les Bienheureux, © Liaison Cinématographique - Artémis Productions, 2017.

Mounia Meddour, Papicha, © The Ink Connection, High Sea Production, Tayda Film, 2019.

Camille Laurens, Extraits de Fille, © Éditions Gallimard, "Blanche", 2020.

Camille Laurens, Dans ces bras-là, © Éditions Gallimard, "Blanche", 2013.

Georges Perec, Je me souviens, © Hachette / P.O.L., 1978 ; Hachette, 1998. Ce titre a paru dans la collection "Textes du XXe siècle", dirigée par Maurice Olender, © Fayard, 2013.

Camille Laurens, Ni toi ni moi, © Éditions Gallimard, "Blanche", 2014.

Camille Laurens, Celle que vous croyez, © Éditions Gallimard, "Blanche", 2016.

Simone de Beauvoir, Le deuxième sexe, © Éditions Gallimard, "Blanche", 1949.

Simone de Beauvoir, Mémoires d'une jeune fille rangée, © Éditions Gallimard, "Blanche", 1958.

Virginia Woolf, Instants de vie, Traduction par Colette-Marie Huet, Préface par Viviane Forrester, © Stock, 1986, 2006.

Camille Laurens, Tissé par mille, © Éditions Gallimard, "Blanche", 2008.

Anne Pauly, Avant que j'oublie, © Verdier, 2019.

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Portrait of Lou Andreas-Salomé by Charlotte Casiraghi and Sarah Chiche

For this first edition of the 'Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon' [Literary Rendez-vous at Rue Cambon], ambassador and spokesperson for the House Charlotte Casiraghi invites the author Sarah Chiche. Together they paint the portrait of the author and psychoanalyst Lou Andreas-Salomé through her work, along with literature historian Fanny Arama.

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"Ce qui découle du fait que ce n’est pas la femme qui a tué le père"in L’Amour du narcissisme. Textes psychanalytiques, Lou Andreas-Salomé
(trad. Isabelle Hildenbrand) : © Éditions Gallimard, 1980.

Friedrich Nietzsche, Paul Rée, Lou Andreas-Salomé, Notre Trinité, Correspondances.
Édition établie par Ernst Pfeiffer, en collaboration avec Karl Schlechta et Erhart Thierbach. Traduction de Ole Hansen-Løve
et Jean Lacoste. © 2017, Société d’édition Les Belles Lettres, Paris.

Correspondance, Rainer Maria Rilke, Lou Andreas-Salomé
(trad. Philippe Jaccottet), © Éditions Gallimard, 1979.

“Correspondance avec Sigmund Freud” in Correspondance (1912-1936) suivi de Journal
d’une année (1912-1913)
, Lou Andreas-Salomé, Sigmund Freud

Lou Andreas-Salomé, Fénitchka, suivi de Une longue dissipation,
traduction de Nicole Casanova, © Éditions Des femmes-Antoinette Fouque, 1985.

Lou Andreas-Salomé, Ma vie, Esquisse de quelques souvenirs,
traduction par Dominique Miermont et Brigitte Vergne, Paris, © PUF, Photographie © Roger Viollet, Design Philippe
Apeloig.

Pour introduire le narcissisme, Sigmund Freud
(Payot, © Payot & Rivages 2012, trad. Olivier Mannoni).

French

1h04

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