Jean Cau (writer)

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Jean Cau (8 July 1925, in Bram, Aude - 18 June 1993) was a French writer and journalist.

Born in Bram, Aude, he was secretary to Jean-Paul Sartre, after which he was a journalist and reporter for l'Express, Figaro, and Paris-Match. In 1961, he was awarded the Prix Goncourt for The Mercy of God.[1]

From the 1970s onwards he grew close to GRECE and his writings became infused with a solar worshipping neopaganism. Jacques Marlaud dedicated an entire chapter to Cau in his study on contemporary literary and philosophical paganism.[2]

Works

References

  1. Denis, Jeambar (2003-05-15). "Jean Cau sur le pont". L'Express (in French). Retrieved 2015-08-12. <templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  2. Jacques Marlaud, Le Renouveau païen dans la pensée française, Livre-Club du Labyrinthe, 1981.