All My Writing Is Political
Édouard Louis was recently featured in an article by Andrew Hussey for the Guardian.
“On a bone-chilling evening in early January, the bestselling writer Édouard Louis is nursing a rum hot toddy and sitting exactly where he has wanted to be for most of his life – at a discreet table at Le Select, one of the most famous literary cafes on the Left Bank in Paris. ‘I feel at home here,’ says Louis, as I express mild surprise at his choice of venue, having expected the young iconoclast (he is 32) to favour the more fashionable drinking dens of the Bastille or Marais districts. ‘I know it is old-fashioned,’ he continues, ‘but that is why I like this cafe. It is like a monument to French literature.’”
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