Bernard Noël (born 19 November 1930) is a French writer and poet. He received the Grand Prix national de la poésie (National Grand Prize of Poetry) in 1992 and the Prix Robert Ganzo (Robert Ganzo Prize) in 2010.
He then waited nine years before publishing his next book, La Face de silence (The Face of Silence, 1967), and eventually the controversial Le Château de Cène (Castle supper, 1969), erotic fiction that has been read as a protest against the war in Algeria. Noël is also known for his artists' books in collaboration with Gérard Serée.
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- "Points chauds". L'Humanité (in French). 1 March 2010. Archived from the original on 9 June 2011. Retrieved 6 September 2010.
- Gerard Seree, Notes of biography, Gallery Michelle Champetier, 2020
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