Columbus: Florence Noiville's "Attachment"
Please join us on Wednesday, June 10th at 7pm for a reading from Florence Noiville's new book, Attachment.
Attachment explores the obsessive relationship of love, observing both mother and daughter under its magnifying glass. Readers ultimately find Anna and Marie both seeking answers to the same question: What is there inside of us that makes us become so attached to someone we never should have approached? The novel also questions the link between love and writing, the stories that love inspires, and the way in which we construct and own the story of our lives.
Florence Noiville, author and journalist, has been a staff writer for Le Monde since 1994, and editor of foreign fiction for Le Monde des Livres, the paper's literary supplement. She is the author of several books for children, a biography of the Nobel Prize Laureate Isaac Bashevis Singer, a partly autobiographical essay, and two novels. Noiville lives in Paris.