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A IRISH BALLADE IN DEAUVILLE
At the time of Brexit, Books & Music chose to explore the literary wealth of Ireland. Here is the program !

Ireland offers an infinite variety of colors and landscapes, breathtaking skies. A country that has long been torn apart by religious, linguistic, political struggles and that its openness to the world has spread. Its inhabitants never cease to surprise us. Nationalists drunk from the open sea, they are survivors who cling to their land. They traveled, went into exile, emigrated and chose, to defend themselves against suffering and poverty, irony and humor rather than romanticism. Irish people are aware of being fantastic inventors of stories. Literature is a fundamental issue to assert their identity. Ireland is fascinating and surprising, Books & Music 2019 will reveal many facets:
Explore Ulysse, Joyce's book-monument, with the novelist and translator Tiphaine Samoyault, evoking Beckett in her relationship to music with Geneviève Mathon who is a musicologist, highlighting the editor Joëlle Losfeld and discovering contemporary Irish literature by meeting Dermot Bolger , Robert McLiam Wilson, Lisa McInerney, Michèle Forbes, Roddy Doyle, Lisa Harding, Connor O'Callaghan, Paul Lynch but also listen to traditional tunes in the warm atmosphere of a pub… So many proposals explored in words and music!

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Sylvie ballul
Literary advisor for the 2019 edition

Learn more about Sylvie Ballul click here.

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