|Born||January 1, 1915
|Died||May 27, 2003
In 1940, Bondy worked for "Die Weltwoche"; in 1950, he joined the Congress for Cultural Freedom and established the monthly magazine Preuves in Paris. Since 1970, he lived in Zuerich. Bondy was the first Western intellectual who promoted among others the work of the Polish exile writer Witold Gombrowicz (1904-1969); see Note sur "Ferdydurke", "Preuves" 32/1953.
He died on May 27, 2003 in Zurich.
- "Letter from Paris: Two French Voices" Quadrant 1/1 (Summer 1956/57): 63-66.
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