Muriel Cerf

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Muriel Cerf
Born 4 June 1950
Paris, France
Died 19 May 2012
Occupation Novelist, travel writer
Education Ecole du Louvre
Period 1974-2012
Genre Literary fiction, Travel writing, [1], Erotic literature
Notable works L'Antivoyage

Muriel Cerf (4 June 1950, Paris – 19 May 2012 Anet) was a French novelist and travel writer.[1]

Her first book, L'Antivoyage, was inspired by her travels in Southeast Asia, and was a major critical success. She was awarded the Prix Littéraire Valery Larbaud in 1975 for Le Diable vert.

Selected works[edit]

  • L'Antivoyage (1974)
  • Le Diable vert (1975)
  • Marie Tiefenthaler (1982)
  • Julia M. ou le Premier Regard (1991)
  • La Petite Culotte (2005)


  1. ^ "Mort de la romancière Muriel Cerf - Le Point". Retrieved 2012-05-27. 
  • France, Peter (Ed.) (1995). The New Oxford Companion to Literature in French. Oxford: Clarendon Press. ISBN 0-19-866125-8.