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|Born||12 September 1942 (age 74)|
|Notable works||Amour noir|
|Notable awards||Prix Femina|
Dominique Noguez, born 12 September 1942, is a French writer. He won the Prix Femina in 1997, for Amour noir. He taught the history of film at the Sorbonne. He was an early defender of Michel Houellebecq.
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