Romain Gary

Romain Gary (21 May 1914 – 2 December 1980) was a French diplomat, novelist, film director and World War II aviator of Litvak origin. He is the only author to have won the Prix Goncourt twice (under his own name and under a pseudonym).

Read more about Romain Gary:  Early Life, Career, Personal Life and Final Years, Further Reading

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Prix Goncourt
... eaux mêlées ⊗ ⊗ Les eaux mêlées 1956 ... Gary, Romain !Romain Gary Les racines du ciel The Roots of Heaven 1957 The Roots of Heaven 1957 ... Vailland, Roger !Roger Vailland La Loi The Law 1958 The. 1976 The Lacemaker 1975 ... Ajar, Emile !Emile Ajar (Romain Gary) La vie devant soi Momo (1978) or The Life Before Us (1986) 1978 Madame Rosa 1977 1976 ...
Romain Gary - Further Reading
... Ajar, Émile (Romain Gary), Hocus Bogus, Yale University Press, 2010, 224p, ISBN 978-0-300-14976-0 (translation of Pseudo by David Bellos, includes The Life and Death of Émile Ajar) Anissimov, Myriam ... Norton, 1988, 348p, ISBN 978-0-8112-1016-4 Huston, Nancy, Tombeau de Romain Gary (Babel, 1997) Cahier de l'Herne, Romain Gary (L'Herne, 2005) Schoolcraft, Ralph W ... Romain Gary The Man Who Sold his Shadow ...

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