Michel Vinaver

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Michel Vinaver
Born
Michel Grinberg

(1927-01-13)13 January 1927
Paris, France
Died1 May 2022(2022-05-01) (aged 95)
Paris, France
EducationWesleyan University
OccupationWriter
Dramatist
Spouse(s)Catherine Le Tellier
ChildrenAnouk Grinberg

Michel Vinaver (born Michel Grinberg; 13 January 1927 – 1 May 2022)[1] was a French writer and dramatist. He was born in Paris to parents who had emigrated from Russia. He was the manager of Gillette. He is the father of actress Anouk Grinberg.[2] In 2006 he was awarded the Grand prix du théâtre de l'Académie française.

Works

  • l'Objecteur (c. 1952; awarded the 1952 Fénéon Prize)
  • Les Coréens (1956)
  • Iphigénie Hotel (1963)
  • A la renverse (1980)
  • Jules César - translation from Shakespeare (1990) ISBN 2-86943-277-1
  • 11 septembre 2001/11 September 2001 (2001)

References

  1. ^ Décès du dramaturge Michel Vinaver à 95 ans Le Figaro (in French)
  2. ^ Le Monde, 19 September 2021


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