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  • After his death, the French Literary award Prix Roger Caillois was named after him in 1991. Caillois was born in Reims but moved to Paris as a child
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  • The prix Roger Caillois is an annual literary prize established in 1991 in partnership with the PEN Club in France and the Maison de l'Amérique latine (fr)
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  • the French Sociologist Roger Caillois, (French Les jeux et les hommes, 1958) on the sociology of play and games or, in Caillois' terms, sociology derived
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  • sociologist Roger Caillois uses the term "alea" to designate those games which rely on luck rather than skill in Man, Play and Games. While Caillois notes the
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  • Ilinx is a kind of play, described by sociologist Roger Caillois, a major figure in game studies. Ilinx creates a temporary disruption of perception, as
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  • (novel), a novel of Victor Hugo Pierres (poems), a collection of poems of Roger Caillois Pierres is the name of several communes in France: Pierres, Calvados
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  • Spanish). Montevideo: Prisa Ediciones.  Roger Caillois (17 June 2003). The Edge of Surrealism: A Roger Caillois Reader. Duke University Press. pp. 65–
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  • well-known intellectuals of the interwar period, including Georges Bataille, Roger Caillois, Pierre Klossowski, Jules Monnerot, Pierre Libra and Georges Ambrosino
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  • single day, a task which had been presumed to be impossible. A poem by Roger Caillois, called Le fleuve Alphée (the Alpheus River), is mainly about this river
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  • for Mac and PC Agon, one of the four elements of play identified by Roger Caillois in his book Man, Play and Games Agon, the world in the MMORPG Darkfall
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  • Cristina Rivera Garza (category Prix Roger Caillois recipients)
    the University of Houston. The author is also the recipient of the Roger Caillois Award for Latin American Literature (Paris, 2013). Rivera Garza’s work
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  • Alan Pauls (category Prix Roger Caillois recipients)
    Alan Pauls (born 22 April 1959 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentinian writer, literary critic and screenwriter. An early essay he did on Betrayed by Rita Hayworth
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  • Game (section Roger Caillois)
    definition is a good answer to the problem. French sociologist Roger Caillois, in his book Les jeux et les hommes (Games and Men), defined a game
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  • Blanca Varela (category Prix Roger Caillois recipients)
    Blanca Leonor Varela Gonzáles (10 August 1926 – 12 March 2009) was a Peruvian poet. Varela was born in Lima. Her mother was a composer who authored many
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  • Kenneth White (category Prix Roger Caillois recipients)
    Kenneth White (born 28 April 1936) is a Scottish poet, academic and writer. Kenneth White was born in the Gorbals area of Glasgow, Scotland, but
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  • Juan Gabriel Vásquez (category Prix Roger Caillois recipients)
    The Sound of Things Falling translated by Anne McLean (Bloomsbury) Roger Caillois Award 2012 (France) Winner, Premio Gregor von Rezzori for foreign fiction
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  • Eduardo Halfon (category Prix Roger Caillois recipients)
    Eduardo Halfon (born 1971) is a Guatemalan writer. Eduardo Halfon was born in 1971 in Guatemala City. He studied Industrial Engineering at North Carolina
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  • controversy and thereby generate "free" news coverage." According to Roger Caillois, superstars are created by the interplay between "mass media, free enterprise
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  • Marcel Cohen (category Prix Roger Caillois recipients)
    Marcel Samuel Raphaël Cohen (February 6, 1884 – November 5, 1974) was a French linguist. He was an important scholar of Semitic languages and especially
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  • Elsa Cross (category Prix Roger Caillois recipients)
    Elsa Cross (born March 6, 1946 in Mexico City), is a contemporary Spanish-language Mexican writer perhaps best known for her poetry. She has also published
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