Bertrand Latour

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Bertrand Latour
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Bertrand Latour (by Sylvain Grandjean)
Born August 1963
Pantin, France
Occupation novelist
Literary movement none

Bertrand Latour (born August 1963) is a French writer.

Latour was born in Pantin, Seine-Saint-Denis. His first book, Comme Un Beau Grand Slow Collé, was published by Éditions Denoël in 2004. In 2007, his second book, Les Yeux Plus Gros Que L'Amérique, was published by Groupe Flammarion. He also wrote the preface to the first Vietnamese translation of George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four (Editions Underbahn, 2006). His third book, Un Milliard Et Des Poussières, was published by Hachette (publishing) in 2008 and by Le Livre de poche in 2011. His fourth book La Deuxième Vie De Victor Hurvoas was published by Le Passage in 2011.


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