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Wake up, Europe!

by Philippe Herzog

Wake up, Europe! is an alarm call, but it is also a book full of hope.

The indifference and the setbacks from Europe’s common future are both unacceptable and dangerous. Philippe Herzog appeals to all...


Percival Everett : Transatlantic Readings

by Sous la direction de Claire Maniez et Anne-Laure Tissut (dir.)

This volume gathers some of the fruits of the March 2006 Conference held in Grenoble, France on the work of contemporary American writer Percival Everett. The papers given by both French and American scholars...


Angela Carter's "The Bloody Chamber" - A Reader's Guide

by Andrew Milne

Angela Carter's “The Bloody Chamber” is probably the most widely studied work by secondary-school students and first-year university undergraduates in most universities around the world. Andrew Milne's idea...


The Great Referendum

by Gilbert Chevalier

It was the 10th of august 2321, under the Gregorian calendar, now universal. The President had a look to his watch : - 7:34 pm, New York time. “Within 26 minutes, all will be over”, he thought : “THEY”...


Looking for the European Interest

by Philippe Herzog Confrontations Europe

Economists, actors of civil society, European Commission high-level officers, they are all committed to and fascinated by Europe. Here, they set the framework for the debate: the Union must undertake important...


From Paris to Bergen-Belsen

by Jacques Saurel

Born in 1933, Jacques Saurel might well have known the fate of so many children of Jewish parents who emigrated from Poland between the wars: Auschwitz and the gas chamber. He owed it to his father that he initially...


Midnight's sailing

by Bouzid Boudlali

From my own experience, I had consented to write this novel which is based on real facts. It takes the reader back to reality - the reality of those miserable people who live in the shantytowns in Morocco. The...


The One Without a Face

by Romuald fortunin Sanvee

The One Without a Face is a contemporary story about a young man and his mind. The young man's life is in mess though and he is trying hard to sort it out until one day by coincidence he meets the king, an old...


Speeches 2002-2007

by Simone Veil

Simone Veil has spoken on very different stages and subjects, and before extremely diverse audiences. The speeches collected here represent only a fraction of her public dialogues: those given over the last...