Philippe Claudel is the author of works such as Grey Souls and Brodeck’s Report, books in which the writer reveals, in an atmosphere of secrecy and mystery, events from the past which determine our perception of the present. This writer, one of the most interesting French writers of the moment, has been widely commended since the beginning of his career. He is also a film director. At this event, he will talk to Pierre Ducrozet about his new book, The Investigation, in which Claudel uses fable in order to question the most absurd and alienating facet of our existence, subtly sketching out a biting criticism of contemporary society.
Simultaneous translation from French to Spanish available.
With the support of the Embassy of France.
With the support of the Embassy of France