Jacqueline Harpman

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Jacqueline Harpman
Born 5 July 1929
Etterbeek, Brussels, Belgium
Died 24 May 2012(2012-05-24) (aged 82)
Brussels, Belgium
Residence Brussels, Belgium
Nationality Belgian
Citizenship French,
Belgian
Occupation Writer
Home town Paris, France,
Brussels, Belgium

Jacqueline Harpman (5 July 1929 – 24 May 2012[1]) was a Belgian writer who wrote in French. She also worked as a psychoanalyst and lived in Etterbeek, Brussels.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Harpman was born on 5 July 1929, in Brussels, Belgium, and was later well known for her books written in French.

Death[edit]

Harpman died on 24 May 2012, in Brussels, Belgium, after having been severely ill for a long time. She was 82.

Works[edit]

  • L'Amour et l'acacia – 1958
  • Brève Arcadie – 1959 (winner of the Prix Rossel) [2]
  • L'Apparition des esprits – 1960
  • Les Bons Sauvages – 1966
  • La Mémoire trouble – 1987
  • La Fille démantelée – 1990
  • La Plage d'Ostende – 1991
  • La Lucarne – 1992
  • Le Bonheur dans le crime – 1994
  • Moi qui n'ai pas connu les hommes – 1995
  • Orlanda – 1996 (winner of the Prix Médicis)[3] [4]
  • L'Orage rompu – 1998
  • Dieu et moi – 1999
  • Récit de la dernière année – 2000
  • Le véritable amour – 2000
  • La vieille dame et moi – 2001
  • En quarantine – 2001
  • La Dormition des amants – 2002
  • Le Passage des éphémères – 2003
  • En toute impunité – 2006

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jacqueline Harpman est décédée, LaLibre, 24 May 2012