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Serge Doubrovsky

Serge Doubrovsky (born 1928 in Paris) is a French writer and 1989 Prix Médicis winner for Le Livre brisé. He is also a critical theorist.

Biography

Along with publishing seven volumes of autobiography, he is known as a critical theorist.[1] He has coined the term 'autofiction', which has now entered the French dictionary.[1]

His cousin is Pierre Clavilier a French writer too who wrote history and biography as the famous Frida Kahlo, les ailes froissées, ed Jasmin 2006.

Bibliography

  • Le jour S, 1963.
  • Corneille et la Dialectique du héros, 1963.
  • Pourquoi la nouvelle critique : critique et objectivité, 1966.
  • La Dispersion, 1969.
  • La place de la madeleine : écriture et fantasme chez Proust, Mercure de France 1974.
  • Fils, 1977.
  • Parcours critique, 1980.
  • Un amour de soi, 1982.
  • La vie l'instant, 1985.
  • Autobiographiques : de Corneille à Sartre, 1988.
  • Le livre brisé, 1989.
  • L'après-vivre 1994.
  • Laissé pour conte, 1999.
  • Parcours critique 2, 2006
  • Un homme de passage, 2011.

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