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Georges-Olivier Châteaureynaud

Born in Paris in 1947, fabulist Georges-Olivier Châteaureynaud has published seven novels, including La Faculté des songes (Grasset, 1982), which won the prestigious Prix Renaudot. He has also published nine collection of stories, including Singe savant tabassé par deux clowns (Grasset, 2005), which was awarded the Bourse Goncourt for achievement in the form.

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