Dry January: “It’s a breath after the excesses of the holidays”

Four people tell how they lived their first month without alcohol and why they did or not repeat the experience. Most have become aware of … Read more

“Brothers”, life without a mother

It is a tale of recklessness. He teaches us that not too much is needed, and that the accepted masochism of mothers has its limits … Read more

A former French judo executive suspected of sexual abuse

Since the beginning of November, languages ​​have been loosened in French judo. The testimony of an ex-judoka who was allegedly raped by her trainer at … Read more

Claire de Duras, novelist of otherness

In the 1820s, Claire de Duras was an essential social figure: her salon was brilliantly attended and her literary opinion played an important role in … Read more

In Michigan, Trump promises “a magnificent victory”

Four years ago, Donald Trump completed his marathon of meetings in Grand Rapids, western Michigan, at more than 1 a.m. A few hours later, on … Read more

110 years ago, EM Forster imagined the internet, video meetings and even confinement

How is it that at one time some writers have visions? Something in the air of the time they smell or shock makes them glimpse … Read more

Celia Levi: culture broth

Some novels start quietly. Text without special effects. Beginning of a hackneyed intrigue: a young Breton woman “goes up” to Paris. The capital object of … Read more