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Subject: Georges-Emmanuel Clancier, French writer

Dead at 104
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Date Posted: Thursday, July 05, 03:58:56pm

Georges-Emmanuel Clancier, 104, French poet, novelist, journalist

12:39 PM (3 hours ago)


This is clearly a translation, but anyway...

(first paragraphs)

DISPARITION Author of a dozen novels and twenty collections of poems, the author of the successful fresco Black Pain died on the night of July 4 to 5. This neo-romantic author, great narrator of the earth, had long-term ORTF program.

Georges-Emmanuel Clancier left on Wednesday at the age of 104. His publisher, Albin Michel, said he died "that night around 5:45 in sleep." Author and poet, he was the author of a delicate and varied work that appeared The Black Bread (1956), the beginning of a romance cycle rooted in his limousine country where he was born here for more than a century. Georges-Emmanuel Clancier, who led the ORTF program for a long time, knew how to tell his stories thanks to a highly controlled classical writing, a poetic climate, delicate and simple.

1; The Bread Noir by Georges-Emmanuel Clancier
He has received excellent awards, such as the Grand Prix of the Letter of Letters Society for his entire work, poetry Goncourt or the prize for literature for French Academy. The author had a credible novel, such as Eternity plus one day twenty collections of poetry, essays, including a Critical panorama of French poetry . His last book, The time to learn the fourth volume of his ambitious autobiography was published in 2016. He was then 102 years old.

Naturist work with neo-romantic accents, Black bread which, like Proust's madeleine, brings a distant past told the difficult life inspired by his mother's family by farmers and workers from the Limousin region between 1875 and early 20th century. From his grandmother, an illiter, he will say, "I taught him to read, she taught me to live."...

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