The Margin (novel)

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The Margin
Author André Pieyre de Mandiargues
Original title La Marge
Translator R. Howard
Country France
Genre Novel
Publisher Gallimard
Publication date
Published in English
Pages 248

The Margin (French: La Marge) is a novel by André Pieyre de Mandiargues published in 1967, which won the Prix Goncourt the same year. It was first published in the UK as The Margin in 1970, translated by R. Howard.

The novel was adapted to film in 1976 directed by Walerian Borowczyk as La Marge, internationally as The Margin and in the UK as The Streetwalker.[1]



Preceded by
Oublier Palerme - Edmonde Charles-Roux
Prix Goncourt
Succeeded by
Les Fruits de l'hiver - Bernard Clavel