Marcel Arland  

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Marcel Arland (Varennes-sur-Amance, 5 July 1899Haute-Marne, 12 January 1986), was a French novelist, literary critic, and journalist.

Life

With René Crevel and Roger Vitrac he founded the dadaist newspaper Aventure. He was awarded the Prix Goncourt for L'Ordre in 1929, and was elected to the French academy in 1968. He directed the Nouvelle Revue Française from 1968-1977.




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