Jacques Audiberti

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Jacques Audiberti (March 25, 1899 – July 10, 1965) was a French playwright, poet and novelist and exponent of the Theatre of the Absurd.

He was born in Antibes, France. He died in Paris. He is buried in Cimetière de Pantin, Pantin, Ile-de-France Region, France

Works[edit]

Plays[edit]

  • Le mal court (1947)
  • L'effet Glapion (1959)
  • La Fourmi dans le corps (1962)
  • Quoat-Quoat
  • L'Ampélour
  • Les femmes du boeuf

Poetry[edit]

  • Des Tonnes de semence (1941)
  • Toujours (1944)
  • Rempart (1953)

Novels[edit]

  • Le Maître de Milan (1950)
  • Marie Dubois (1952)
  • Les jardins et les fleuves (1954)
  • Infanticide préconisé (1958)

Other[edit]

  • La poupée, a film scenario adapted from an earlier novel
  • Dimanche m'attend, a diary published in (1965)