Albert Palle

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Albert Palle (14 Septembee 1916 Le Havre (Seine-Maritime) - 8 March 2007 Paris) was a French writer, and winner of the 1959 Prix Renaudot.


He was a friend of Raymond Aron,[1] and student of Jean-Paul Sartre.[2] He fought in the resistance and was awarded the Croix de guerre. He wrote for the paper Le Combat,[3] France Dimanche, and Elle.


  • L'expérience: roman, R. Julliard, 1959
    • Die Erfahrung: Roman, Rowohlt, 1961
    • Experience, Doubleday, 1961
  • Les marches: roman, Julliard, 1962
  • Les chaudières et la lune: roman, R. Julliard, 1965
  • Les mots perdus: nouvelles, Éd. du Cercle des amis des livres, 1994, ISBN 978-2-910213-02-2


  1. ^ Raymond Aron (1997). Thinking politically: a liberal in the age of ideology. Transaction Publishers. ISBN 978-1-56000-934-4. 
  2. ^ John Gerassi (1989). Jean-Paul Sartre: Protestant or protester?. University of Chicago Press. ISBN 978-0-226-28797-3. 
  3. ^ Olivier Todd (2011). Albert Camus: A Life. Random House Digital. ISBN 978-0-307-80476-1. 

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