Claude Ollier (French: [klod ɔlje]; 17 December 1922 – 18 October 2014) was a French writer closely associated with the nouveau roman literary movement. Born in Paris, he was the first winner of the Prix Médicis which he received for his novel La Mise en scène.
Ollier died on 18 October 2014, according to his publisher. He was 91.
- La Mise en scène (1958)
- Le Maintien de l’ordre (Law and Order) (1961)
- Eté indien (1963)
- L'Échec de Nolan (1967)
- Navettes (1967)
- La Vie sur Epsilon (1972)
- Une histoire illisible (1986)
- Déconnection (Disconnection) (1988)
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