Ever since Annie Ernaux received the Nobel Prize, she has stopped writing. A visit to her home, to a woman who has a lot to say and doesn’t want to be disturbed.
There’s a gray plastic bell next to the gate, but it’s taped over: out of order. The house is easy to find on the surprisingly large property, but then you are faced with a riddle: Two identical doors are across the corner and at right angles to each other, although there is only one name on the door. Who needs two front doors for one entrance?