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Writer Quentin Mouron visits the 11thA

At just 25 years of age, Quentin Mouron is releasing its fourth novel on 3rd June. He is a successful writer and columnist for a number of magazines such as Bilan or Le Nouvelliste and is well established on the literary and journalistic scene. 

On 24th April, Quentin Mouron met the 11thA students to share with them his experience. Dressed in black, as usual, he proposed to start the discussion as an informal dialogue to initiate contact with the class. The students took part in the game and took advantage of this opportunity to discuss various topics, including the freedom of speech. As a friend of writer Anne Cuneo who passed away last February, he also talked about the place of Swiss literature in a predominantly French scene. Then we talked about the job as a writer and the hot topic of margins writers receive for their work. 

Finally, Quentin Mouron showed students how writing is a hot topic and a passion above all. The meeting was a great success and the 11thA were very interested and curious. Students felt privileged to discuss dreams and ambitions with a person who has more and more impact on the Swiss and European cultural field.

Charlotte Dufour, French teacher