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Lucette Finas (born July 13, 1921) is a French author and essayist, part of the structuralist movement. She has published several articles relating interviews with French scholars and philosophers in the 1970s, like writers Nathalie Sarraute, philosopher and historian Michel Foucault or philosopher Jacques Derrida.
- Vauchon, Stéphane (1997). "Lucette Finas, Le Toucher du rayon. Proust, Vautrin, Antinoüs". Romantisme (in French). Armand Colin. 27 (98): 145. ISSN 1957-7958.
- Dosse, François; Glassman, Deborah (1997). U of Minnesota Press, ed. History of Structuralism: The sign sets, 1967-present (1998 ed.). p. 544. ISBN 978-0-8166-2371-6.
- Finas, Lucette (1979). Etudes Litteraires (in French). 12 (3): 393–401 http://id.erudit.org/iderudit/500503ar. Missing or empty
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