Emmanuel Roblès

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Emmanuel Roblès
Born (1914-05-04) 4 May 1914 (age 100)
Oran, French Algeria
Died 22 February 1995(1995-02-22) (aged 80)
Boulogne, Hauts-de-Seine
Occupation Novelist, screenwriter
Nationality Algerian, French
Notable works Montserrat, 1948
Notable awards Prix Femina
1948

Emmanuel Roblès (4 May 1914 in Oran, French Algeria – 22 February 1995 in Boulogne, Hauts-de-Seine) was an Algerian-French author. He was elected a member of the Académie Goncourt in 1973. He was one of many influential "pied-noir" of his time.

Selected bibliography[edit]

  • La Vallée du paradis (1940)
  • Travail d'homme (1942)
  • La Marie des quatres vents (1942), short story
  • Nuits sur le monde (1944), short stories
  • L'Action (1946)
  • Les Hauteurs de la ville (1948), winner of the Prix Femina
  • Montserrat (1948), play
  • La Mort en face (1951), short stories
  • Cela s'appelle l'aurore (1952)
  • Federica (1954)
  • Les Couteaux (1956), novel about Mexico
  • L'Homme d'Avril (1959), short stories (title story about Japan)
  • Le Vésuve (1961)
  • Jeunes saisons (1961), autobiography
  • La Remontée du fleuve (1962)
  • La Croisière (1968)
  • Un Printemps d'Italie (1970)
  • L'Ombre et la rive (1972), short stories
  • Saison violente (1974)
  • Un Amour sans fin (1976)
  • Les Sirènes (1977)
  • L'Arbre invisible (1979)
  • Venise en hiver (1981)
  • La chasse à la licorne (1985)
  • Norma, ou, L'Exil infini (1988)
  • Albert Camus et la trêve civile (1988), criticism
  • Les Rives du fleuve bleu (1990), short stories
  • Cristal des jours (1990), poetry
  • L'Herbe des ruines (1992)
  • Erica (1994), short stories
  • Camus, frère de soleil (1995), biography

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