Eloge du non - Jean-Claude Lamy

Eloge du non - Jean-Claude Lamy

Eloge du non - Jean-Claude Lamy

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Biography. As a journalist, Jean-Claude Lamy joined France-Soir in the 60s where he stayed over thirty years. There he met Pierre Lazareff [] and wrote the first biography of the famous newspapers director. In addition, he was also a chronicler at Le Figaro, through which he met the great writers of his time (Hervé Bazin, Marguerite Duras, Albert Cohen, Marguerite Yourcenar, François ...

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The title of this book is Eloge du non (French Edition) and it was written by Jean-Claude Lamy. This particular edition is in a Paperback format. This books publish date is Unknown. It was published by ROCHER. The 10 digit ISBN is 2268074080 and the 13 digit ISBN is 9782268074085. To buy this book at the lowest price, Compare Book Prices Here.

Éloge du non: Entretiens avec Jean-Claude Lamy: Et Dieu créa les femmes : Brigitte, Françoise, Annabel et les autres: Fleur au fusil: Gaston Leroux ou Le vrai Rouletabille: Le goût de San Francisco: La guerre, mademoiselle: Histoires épouvantables: Jean-Edern Hallier : l'idiot insaisissable: Larousse du cinéma : Lars von Trier : le provocateur: Loin de la rifflette: Ma première mort ...

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