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Boualem Sansal - Published Work - Novels
... 1999 Le Serment des barbares, Gallimard ... Prix Tropiques, AFD, 2000 ... L'Enfant fou de l'arbre creux, Gallimard ... Prix Michel Dard 2003 Dis-moi le paradis, Gallimard 2005 Harraga, Gallimard 2008 Le village de l'Allemand ou le journal des frères Schiller, Gallimard - Grand Prix ...
The Elegance Of The Hedgehog - Publication
... by the leading French publisher Éditions Gallimard ... On September 25, 2007, Gallimard released the fiftieth reprint of the novel ... The French Voice program extended help to Gallimard in the translation of the novel to other languages and publication outside France ...
Lullaby (1980 Novel) - Publication History
... Paris Gallimard ... Paris Gallimard Education Third French edition Le Clézio, J ... Paris Gallimard Education Fourth French edition Le Clézio, J ...
Gaston Gallimard
... Gaston Gallimard (18 January 1881, Paris – 25 December 1975) was a French publisher ... In 1919, he created his own publishing house, named Librairie Gallimard, though he continued to work closely with the NRF ... Gallimard is one of the leading French publishing houses ...
Laurence Cossé - Works
... Novels Les Chambres du Sud, Gallimard, 1981 Le Premier pas d'amante, Gallimard, 1983 18h35 Grand Bonheur, Le Seuil, 1991 Un Frère, Le Seuil, 1994 Le Coin du voile, Gallimard, 1996 (received the ...

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