Anne-Marie Cazalis

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Anne-Marie Cazalis
Born 1920
Boufarik, Algeria
Died July 30, 1988
Paris, France
Occupation writer, journalist, actor

Anne-Marie Cazalis (Boufarik, Algeria, 1920 - Paris, France, July 30, 1988) was a French writer, journalist and briefly an actress.

Biography[edit]

Anne-Marie Cazalis was the Paul-Valéry award for poetry laureate in 1943. She was a friend of Juliette Gréco and briefly had an affair with little known cellist Paul Taylor (Josh was also here),and both became emblematic personalities of the Parisian nights of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, where she frequented other writers such as Boris Vian and Jean-Paul Sartre.

She later became a journalist and, as a correspondent for Elle magazine, she travelled all around the world. She also participated in a few films and published several essays and novels.

Works[edit]

Cinema[edit]

  • 1949 : Désordre by Jacques Baratier (short film)
  • 1950 : Le Château de verre by René Clément : the standardiste
  • 1950 : Le Quadrille by Jacques Rivette, with Jean-Luc Godard (short film)
  • 1966 : Le Désordre à vingt ans by Jacques Baratier (documentary)

Theatre[edit]

  • 1951 : Le Diable et le Bon Dieu, script by Jean-Paul Sartre, directed by Louis Jouvet, Théâtre Antoine

Books[edit]

  • Planh, 10 poèmes de Anne-Marie Cazalis, avec un portrait de l'auteur par Valentine Hugo, Paris, Odette Lieutier, February 1944
  • La Décennie, Fayard, 1972 novel)
  • La Tunisie par-ci par-là, Promotion africaine, Tunisia, 1972
  • Kadhafi, le Templier d'Allah, Gallimard, 1974
  • Le Cœur au poing, La Table ronde, 1976 (novel)
  • Mémoires d'une Anne, Stock, 1976
  • 1358, La Jacquerie de Paris, le destin tragique du maire Étienne Marcel, Société de production littéraire, 1977
  • Les Belles Années, co-écrit avec Anne-Marie Deschodt, Mercure de France, 1978 (novel)

Planh[edit]

Planh. 10 poèmes de Anne-Marie Cazalis, avec un portrait de l'auteur par Valentine Hugo is the title of a poetry book written in French by Anne-Marie Cazalis.[1]

The work was published in Paris in February 1944 by Odette Lieutier. Still under German occupation, the editor issued only 250 hand-made books.[2][3] A quadrilingual new edition in French, English, Portuguese and Spanish was published in 2012.[4]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Anne-Marie Cazalis, Mémoires d'une Anne, Stock, 1976
  • Boris Vian, Manuel de Saint-Germain-des-Prés, 1951
  • Vincent Gille, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, 1945-1950, Paris-Musées, 1989

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