Jean Rolin

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Jean Rolin in March 2010

Jean Philippe Rolin (born June 14, 1949, Boulogne-Billancourt) is a French writer and journalist.[1] He received the Albert Londres Prize for journalism in 1988, and his novel L'organisation received the Medicis award in 1996.

His brother Olivier Rolin is also a writer.

As students, Rolin and his brother participated in the May 1968 uprising[clarification needed].

Bibliography[edit]

  • Journal de Gand aux Aléoutiennes (Prix Roger-Nimier 1982)
  • L'Or du scaphandrier, 1983
  • Vu sur la mer, 1986
  • La Ligne de Front (Prix Albert Londres 1988)
  • La Frontière belge, 1989
  • Chemins d'eau, 1992
  • Cyrille et Méthode, 1994
  • Joséphine, 1994
  • Zones, 1995
  • L'Organisation (Prix Médicis 1996)
  • Traverses, 1999
  • Campagnes, 2000
  • La Clôture, 2002
  • Chrétiens, 2003
  • Terminal Frigo, 2005
  • L'Homme qui a vu l'ours (Prix Ptolémée 2006)
  • L'explosion de la durite, 2007[2]
  • Un chien mort après lui, 2009
  • Le Ravissement de Britney Spears, 2011

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