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J.M.G. Le Clezio quotes: My English is closer to the literary English, and I'm not very familiar with jokes in English or with, you know, with small talk in English. My English is closer to the literary English, and I'm not very familiar with jokes in English or with, you know, with small talk in English.
J.M.G. Le Clezio quotes: I grew up in a Mauritian bubble in France ... I had the feeling of not belonging, but still living with French culture. I grew up in a Mauritian bubble in France ... I had the feeling of not belonging, but still living with French culture.
J.M.G. Le Clezio quotes: I enjoy very much being in a foreign country, in a new country, new place. And I enjoy also beginning a new book. It's like being someone else. I enjoy very much being in a foreign country, in a new country, new place. And I enjoy also beginning a new book. It's like being someone else.
J.M.G. Le Clezio quotes: One day is enough to master reading in Korean. Hangeul is a very scientific and convenient alphabet system for communication. One day is enough to master reading in Korean. Hangeul is a very scientific and convenient alphabet system for communication.
J.M.G. Le Clezio quotes: I have the feeling of being a very small item on this planet, and literature enables me to express that. I have the feeling of being a very small item on this planet, and literature enables me to express that.
J.M.G. Le Clezio quotes: The desert is so vast that no one can know it all. Men go out into the desert, and they are like ships at sea; no one knows when they The desert is so vast that no one can know it all. Men go out into the desert, and they are like ships at sea; no one knows when they will return.
J.M.G. Le Clezio quotes: Reading is a free practice. I think the readers are free to begin by the books where they want to. They don't have to be led in their reading. Reading is a free practice. I think the readers are free to begin by the books where they want to. They don't have to be led in their reading.