André Couteaux

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André Couteaux (1925 – 1985[citation needed]) was a French writer and a scenarist married to Béatrice de Cambronne with whom he had a son, Stanislas Couteaux. He was born in Ankara. He is also the father of Paul-Marie Couteaux. He lived in Damville for more than ten years.

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  • Un monsieur de compagnie, 1961,
    • English translation: Couteaux, André. Gentleman in Waiting. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1963. OCLC 1285441 (in over 100 libraries)
    • Dutch translation: Couteaux, André, and G.L.A. Neijenhuis. Een heer van gezelschap. Baarn: De Boekerij, 1970. OCLC 64603306
    • German translation Couteaux, André. Man muss nur zu leben wissen: Roman. Reinbek b. Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1971. OCLC 73676787
  • L'Enfant à femmes, 1966
    • English translation, Couteaux, André. My Father's Keeper. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1968. OCLC 442977 (in over 140 libraries)
    • Dutch translation: Couteaux, André, and G.L.A. Neijenhuis. Vrouw gezocht voor vader en zoon. Briljant boeken. Amsterdam [etc.]: Boekerij, 1982.
    • German translation: Couteaux, André, and Elisabeth Stader. Frau für Vater und Sohn gesucht. [Hamburg]: Rowohlt, 1970.
    • Finnish translation: Couteaux, Andre, and Irmeli Sallamo. Miten isästä jälleen tuli onnellinen mies. Hki: Kirjayhtymä, 1970. OCLC 57854204
    • Spanish translation: Couteaux, André. El niño mujeriego. Barcelona: Plaza & Janes, 1968.
  • Un homme, aujourd'hui, 1969
  • Don Juan est mort, 1972
  • La Guibre, Paris: J. Dullis, 1974. OCLC 3052128
  • Le zigzagli. Julliard, 1973.

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