The “bibliothèque idéale” by Nina LÉGER

Once a month, the Fondation Thalie invites personalities to come and talk about their relationship with books and to propose their ideal bibliography through five books, which will increase the Foundation’s library to make it a shared library that is both timeless and marked by the times.

Nina Léger was born in 1988. She is the author of two novels, Histoire naturelle (2014, JC Lattès) and Mise en pièces (2017, Gallimard), for which she received the Anaïs Nin prize and the Vocation Littéraire prize. In November 2018, at the invitation of Marcel Editions, she published Stark, a variation on Victor Hugo’s Promontoire du Songe.

Nina Leger teaches history and art theory at the ESADMM (École Supérieure d’art Marseille-Méditerranée).

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