From Sully Prudhomme, first Nobel in 1901, to Patrick Modiano in 2014, France has pocketed 15 Nobel Prizes for literature, a world record. Contemporary French literature is oft en decried by French critics whom they consider to be self centered, snobbish or elitist. How can French literature, despite its peculiarities, be considered a world-literature? Come to this debate with journalist and writer Laure Adler and writer Yannick Haenel, laureate of the Prix Médicis 2017.
Important notice: Our carpark system is improving! You no longer need to register with us to enter the carpark; simply use your cash card. You will benefit from a 5-minute grace period if the car park is full.
Please also take note of our new pricing starting on 15th of May 2018: first 2 hours at $2.50 per hour and subsequent 30 minutes or part thereof at $1.25 for cars and first 2 hours at $1.50 per hour and subsequent 30 minutes or part thereof at $0.75 for motorcycles. Payment will only be made using the cash card. Cash payment will not be accepted.
Café de France has permanently ceased its activity. Three new vending machines have been installed on the staircase landings: hot drinks (2nd floor) and cold drinks/snacks (3rd floor). A new café will open in a few months.