Jean Rouaud

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Jean Rouaud (born December 13, 1952) is a French author,[1] who was born in Campbon, Loire-Atlantique. In 1990 his novel Fields of Glory (French: Les Champs d'honneur) won the Prix Goncourt. First believed to be the first book in a trilogy, Fields of Glory turned out to be the first book in a series of five books on the family history of the author.

English bibliography[edit]

  • Fields of Glory. trans. Ralph Manheim. New York: Arcade. 1992. ISBN 1-55970-165-X.CS1 maint: others (link)
  • Of Illustrious Men. trans. Barbara Wright. New York: Arcade. 1994. ISBN 1-55970-265-6.CS1 maint: others (link)
  • The World, More or Less. trans. Barbara Wright. New York: Arcade. 1998. ISBN 1-55970-405-5.CS1 maint: others (link)
  • La femme promise. 2008.


  1. ^ "Jean Rouaud, le touche-à-tout littéraire". FIGARO. 2009-01-10. Retrieved 2019-08-18.

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