Deno

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Hector Bianciotti - Bibliography
1967 Les Déserts dorés (Denoël) 1969 Celle qui voyage la nuit (Denoël) 1970 Les Autres, un soir d’été (Gallimard) 1972 Ce moment qui s’achève (Denoël) 1977 Le Trait ...
Ariel Kenig - Novels and Essays
... Camping Atlantic (January 2005, éditions Denoël–190 pages - ISBN 978-2-207-25609-1) ... distressing and subtly orchestrated." (Glamour) La Pause (September 2006, éditions Denoël–145 pages–ISBN 978-2-207-25808-8) ... or aren't." (Le Monde) Quitter la France (March 2007, éditions Denoël–75 pages–ISBN 978-2-207-25960-3) "Each sentence is a crumb of truth torn off with the nails." (Libération) ...
Sébastien Japrisot - Awards
... de Littérature policière for Piège pour Cendrillon (Denoël, 1963) ... The Lady in the Car (Souvenir Press) 1978 Prix des Deux-Magots for L'Été meurtrier (Denoël, 1977) 1981 The Martin Beck Award - Svenska Deckarakademin (Académie suédoise) - for Vedergällningen (L'Été meurtrier. 1991 Prix Interallié for Un long dimanche de fiançailles (Denoël, 1991) ...
Dave Deno
... Dave Deno (born 1956 or 1957) is the former CEO of Quizno's ... Deno has also been the COO of Yum! Brands ... Deno is divorced and has three children ...
Éditions Denoël
... Éditions Denoël is a French publishing house founded in 1930 by the Belgian Robert Denoël and the American Bernard Steele (1902-1979) ... Called the Éditions Denoël-Steel during its first few years, it had its first success in 1932 with Voyage au bout de la nuit by Louis-Ferdinand Céline ... In 1934, Denoël edited Louis Aragon's Les Cloches de Bâle and Antonin Artaud's Héliogabale ou l'anarchiste couronné and, in 1936, Mort à crédit by Céline, as well as several notable pamphlets ...