Raphaële Billetdoux

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Raphaële Billetdoux (born 1951 Paris) is a French novelist.[1][2]

She is the daughter of François Billetdoux, and was a companion of the political journalist Paul Guilbert (died July 2002).

She was assistant editor on feature films and television. Then in 1975, she became a journalist. She made a feature film, La Femme enfant (1980).[3] In 2006, she wrote a memoir, Un peu de désir, sinon je meurs, under the name "Marie" Billetdoux.

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  • Bourse de la Fondation del Duca, for Jeune fille en silence.
  • 1974 Prix Louise de Vilmorin, for L'Ouverture des bras de l'homme
  • 1976 Prix Interallié, for Prends garde à la douceur des choses
  • 1985 Prix Renaudot, for Mes nuits sont plus belles que vos jours

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