Robert Vigouroux

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Robert Vigouroux (born March 21, 1923) is a French politician and writer.[1] He was the Mayor of Marseille, the second largest city in France, from 1986 to 1995, and a French Senator for the Bouches-du-Rhone from 1989 to 1998.[1][2][3]

Biography[edit]

Robert Vigouroux was born in Paris.[1][2] In 1942, he moved to Marseilles to work as a doctor in hospitals.[1] He was elected as Mayor of Marseilles in 1986, and as Senator in 1989.[1][2] He later published two volumes of poetry under the nom de plume of Stépan Alexis, and later essays, novels, volumes of paintings and photographs in his real name.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

Poetry[edit]

  • L’Explication
  • Mémoires des temps passés

Essays[edit]

  • Un parmi les autres
  • Quelle est ta ville
  • Et si je vous disais…

Novels[edit]

  • La vie en morceaux
  • Le docteur et ses jumeaux (2003)

Paintings[edit]

  • Au fil du temps (2005)

Photographs[edit]

  • Marseille-Moderne (co-editor, 2008)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f France 3 biography
  2. ^ a b c Senate biography
  3. ^ 'Municipales : "Gaudin m'a volé" s'indigne Vigouroux', in La Provence, January 18th, 1998 [1]