Bibliothèque Louis Aragon

November 22 & 23 2022

Registration recquired for some activities


Built during the 1820s, it is one of the oldest libraries in France and one of the first to occupy a dedicated building. It retains a rich heritage collection including the Jules Verne collection, presented in the writer’s house in Amiens.
It is today listed as a historic monument and completed by a network of local libraries.


Tuesday, November 22

On registration

18 h

Conference on Women in American and French Art Worlds by Charlotte Force (VF)

20 h


Wednesday, November 23

On registration

10 h – 10 h 45

Bilingual Story Hour (ages 2-5)

14 h 30 – 16 h

Bilingual Writing Workshop (ages 12-18) : The Art of the Short Story: Creating Characters

Free entry

14 h – 17 h

Exhibition on the history of the American Library in Paris & Digital showcase (VM)
Registration by phone at 03 22 97 10 10 or by mail at

Charlotte Force

Charlotte Force is a franco-american writer and researcher based in Paris. With a background in fine arts, she graduated from Columbia University with a bachelor’s degree in history. She has spent the past year working as a research assistant on a book about the Louvre by bestselling-author and former New York Times Paris bureau chief Elaine Sciolino.

How to get there

Bibliothèque Louis Aragon

50 Rue de la République

80000 Amiens

03 22 97 10 10

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