Sillages [by] Vercors, [Jean Marcel Bruller]


Sillages [by] Vercors, [Jean Marcel Bruller]


  • Novel
  • Language: French
  • Release date: 1972
  • Publisher: Presses de la Cité, Paris
  • Pages: 185

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Vercors, [Jean Marcel Bruller]: Sillages – Roman.
Paris, [1972.] Presses de la Cité. 185 [3] p. First Edition.
Publishing canvas binding. Inscribed by the French author “Vercors” to Iván Boldizsár (1912–1988) the Hungarian poet and writer.

Boldizsár was the president of the Hungarian PEN Club from 1970 and President of the International PEN Club in 1984, he was one of the first people from the former Soviet bloc who received Honorary Degree in the United States.

Jean Marcel Bruller (1902 – 1991) was a French writer and illustrator who co-founded Les Éditions de Minuit with Pierre de Lescure and Yvonne Paraf. During the World War II occupation of northern France he joined the Resistance and his texts were published under the pseudonym Vercors. His father, Lajos Brüller, emigrated from Hungary to France.

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Weight 850 g
Dimensions 13,5 × 20,5 cm


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