World #marquepage of October 21, 2020: echoes of the books gleaned by Anne-Marie Revol
Kerri-Anne Kennerley on the TV show she regrets doing above all others
The 67-year-old, who was made redundant from Studio 10 in August, told New Idea that taking part in season four of Celebrity Apprentice in 2015 was a 'big mistake'The 67-year-old, who was made redundant from Studio 10 in August, told New Idea that taking part in season four of Celebrity Apprentice in 2015 was a 'big mistake'.
Discover in three minutes, three ideas for books to devour ... while having fun!
A new issue of Marque Page: the author who reveals himself through his four very personal photos is, despite the current times, a frenzied optimist! The bookseller Aurélie Barlet, in Cagnes-sur-Mer, warmly recommends The other Americans , by Laïla Lamani, a polyphonic novel on rural America. As for Instagramers, they all found for Liv Maria , by Julia Kerninon: an admirable and attractive portrait of a woman.
A quick quiz and then it's over!
The man behind his four photos has a tough shell. And yet ... As crazy as it may seem - writing at home seems so natural - he did not always live with his pen. As proof, before becoming a writer, he was a lifeguard and ... an advertiser! His talent is such that he was consecrated by the jurors of the Interallié in 2016, and that not one ... but three of his novels were adapted for the cinema! His latest book, published by Flammarion, tells over two decades the story of a large Corrèze farm through the journey of its heir, Alexandre.
A Protection Against Viruses Hides in an Overlooked Corner of the Constitution
The Third Amendment gets little attention in modern discourse, but its history hints at an intriguing new way to think about whether the public has a right to be free from infection. Still, even if no such right exists in an immediately useful form, the amendment’s history offers vital lessons. It reveals that disease prevention was actually built into the Constitution, furnishing judges and lawmakers today with a constitutional anchor to weigh when balancing competing societal interests.
In Cagnes-sur-Mer, the bookseller votes for "The other Americans"
Aurélie Barlet, who works at La Pleiade, was passionate about the latest novel by the American Laïla Lamani, published in September by Christian Bourgois. Riss fled Morocco where he risked jail to settle in a tiny town in California where he bought a "diner". One evening, a driver knocks him down, kills him, runs away. These other Americans are his wife and daughters, Nora and Salma, Efrain the undocumented Mexican witness, Coleman the black inspector called a negress or Jeremy the "polack", a veteran traumatized by the Iraq war. A choral novel, well balanced, which makes it possible to hear the voices of each one. An unfiltered novel which " responds perfectly to current American news" of the moment. Read to understand this America in upheaval.
Instagramers are swooning for a woman
Each new school year, L’Iconoclaste ignites social networks in general and Instragram in particular. Last year with Sylvie Coulon for Une bête au Paradis . This year with Liv Maria by Julia Kerninon, an author who would know better than anyone how to dissect the intimate, the feelings and the unspoken. " An portrait of a complex and powerful woman" according to @memoiresdelivres, "u does not write that pushes us to melancholy ... But also hardness" for @yourlivreenunclic
TPMP: Jean-Marie Bigard slips, Cyril Hanouna is outraged! .
Invited this Thursday, October 29 on the set of "Touche Pas à Mon Poste", Jean-Marie Bigard has made his own again! © Screenshot C8 TPMP: Jean-Marie Bigard slips, Cyril Hanouna is outraged! While he has just announced that he is no longer running in the presidential elections, Jean-Marie Bigard is still present in the television landscape. Often invited by Cyril Hanouna, he stays true to himself and always says out loud what he thinks.