Claude Ollier

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Claude Ollier (French: [klod ɔlje]; 17 December 1922 – 18 October 2014) was a French writer closely associated with the nouveau roman literary movement.[1] Born in Paris, he was the first winner of the Prix Médicis which he received for his novel La Mise en scène.[2]

Ollier died on 18 October 2014, according to his publisher. He was 91.[3]

Works[edit]

  • La Mise en scène (1958)
  • Le Maintien de l’ordre (Law and Order) (1961)
  • Eté indien (1963)
  • L'Échec de Nolan (1967)
  • Navettes (1967)
  • La Vie sur Epsilon (1972)
  • Une histoire illisible (1986)
  • Déconnection (Disconnection) (1988)

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