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LES RENDEZ-VOUS LITTÉRAIRES
RUE CAMBON
THE PROUST QUESTIONNAIRE
WITH ZITA HANROT

Actress and friend of the House Zita Hanrot answers the Proust Questionnaire for the fifth edition of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon.

LITERARY RENDEZVOUS
AT RUE CAMBON
A MINUTE WITH
ZITA HANROT

For the fifth edition of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon focusing on the work and thoughts of the writer Leïla Slimani, actress and friend of the House Zita Hanrot explains how the notion of freedom is linked to literature and reading.

LITERARY RENDEZVOUS
AT RUE CAMBON
A MINUTE WITH
LEÏLA SLIMANI

For the fifth edition of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon, the writer Leïla Slimani opens up about the values passed down by the women who raised her and how it strengthened her feminist conscience.

LITERARY RENDEZVOUS
AT RUE CAMBON
A MINUTE WITH
CHARLOTTE CASIRAGHI

For the fifth edition of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon Literary Rendezvous at Rue Cambon focusing on the work of the writer Leïla Slimani, ambassador and spokesperson for the House Charlotte Casiraghi mentions the female writers who have awakened her feminist conscience.

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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.

LES RENDEZ-VOUS LITTÉRAIRES RUE CAMBON
THE PROUST QUESTIONNAIRE WITH
KEIRA KNIGHTLEY

Actress and CHANEL ambassador Keira Knightley answers the Proust Questionnaire, for the fourth edition of the Rendez-vous littéraires held at Somerset House, a leading London arts centre.

LES RENDEZ-VOUS LITTÉRAIRES RUE CAMBON
A MINUTE WITH
KEIRA KNIGHTLEY

For the fourth Rendez-vous littéraire Literary Rendezvous dedicated to Virginia Woolf and held at Somerset House, a leading London arts centre, actress and CHANEL ambassador Keira Knightley reveals how people’s opinion can be an obstacle to women's emancipation and access to work.

LES RENDEZ-VOUS LITTÉRAIRES RUE CAMBON
A MINUTE WITH
JEANETTE WINTERSON

For the fourth Rendez-vous littéraire Literary Rendezvous dedicated to Virginia Woolf, writer Jeanette Winterson looks at the image of “The Angel in the House” inspired by Coventry Patmore’s poem of the same title, the archetype of the Woman, the Mother, Devotion, Purity, all symbols that must be “killed off”, according to Virginia Woolf, to attain the freedom to be and to write.

LES RENDEZ-VOUS LITTÉRAIRES RUE CAMBON
A MINUTE WITH
CHARLOTTE CASIRAGHI

For the fourth Rendez-vous littéraire Literary Rendezvous dedicated to Virginia Woolf and held at Somerset House, a leading London arts centre, ambassador and spokesperson for the House Charlotte Casiraghi evokes why Virginia Woolf’s ideas regarding the emancipation of women are still important nowadays.

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LES RENDEZ-VOUS LITTÉRAIRES RUE CAMBON
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.