Marie Gil

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Marie Gil is a French writer and Professor of French Literature in Paris.

Marie Gil

She studied at HEC Paris, Ecole Normale Supérieure and Paris-Sorbonne University, was a Fellow of the Fondation Thiers[1] and taught French Literature at Paris-Sorbonne University and at the University of Franche-Comté, and is currently vice-president of the Collège international de philosophie.[2] She is also director of the Roland Barthes research group at the Ecole Normale Supérieure.[3]

She is the author of various books and articles on the theory of literature and the theory of reading,[3] especially on the question of Literalism and Immanence, and she was noticed for her biography of Roland Barthes, in which she reads his life "as a text".[4] She is a contributing editor to the French newspapers Le Monde, and Le Nouvel Observateur[5] and used to do a weekly broadcast on France Musique.[6]

She is also a member of the Prix de littérature André Gide[7] and has published fiction.[8]


  • Les Deux Ecritures (Cerf, 2010).
  • Péguy au pied de la lettre (Cerf, 2011).
  • Roland Barthes, au lieu de la vie (Flammarion, 2012).
  • Est (MF, 2015).
  • La Chambre d'à côté (Hermann, 2017).
  • Vita Nova (Hermann, 2016).
  • Formalisme et littérature (Les Temps modernes, 2013).
  • La critique de droite (Revue d'Histoire littéraire de la France, 2012).


  1. ^ "Boursiers".
  2. ^ "Marie GIL - CIPh Paris".
  3. ^ a b "Marie Gil".
  4. ^ Jean-Louis Jeannelle. ""Roland Barthes. Au lieu de la vie", de Marie Gil". Le
  5. ^ France Culture:[permanent dead link]
  6. ^ « La Société nationale de musique. 1871-1945 », série radiophonique, « Au bonheur des gammes », 9 h-10 h
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  8. ^ Est, MF, 2015