The Margin (novel)
The Margin (French: La Marge) is a novel by André Pieyre de Mandiargues published in 1967, which won the Prix Goncourt the same year. It was first published in the UK as The Margin in 1970, translated by R. Howard.
The novel was adapted to film in 1976 directed by Walerian Borowczyk as Le Marge, internationally as The Margin and in the UK as The Streetwalker.
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