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Catherine Paysan

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Annie Hausen
Catherine Paysan 1.JPG
BornAnnie Roulette
(1926-08-04)4 August 1926
Aulaines, Sarthe, France
Died22 April 2020(2020-04-22) (aged 93)
Le Mans, France
Pen nameCatherine Paysan
NationalityFrench
Genrenovel, play, short story, poetry

Annie Hausen (4 August 1926 – 22 April 2020),[1] known by her pen name Catherine Paysan, was a French writer. She won the Grand prix de littérature de la SGDL for her lifetime’s writing.

The daughter of Auguste and Marthe Roulette, she was born Annie Roulette[2] in Aulaines in the Sarthe department of France. She attended a lycée for girls in Le Mans from 1938 to 1939 and then the boys' lycée (now the Lycée Montesquieu [fr]) from 1939 to 1945 while the girls' school was being used as a hospital. She taught at a collège in Paris, where she met her future husband, a Hungarian; after her marriage, she retired from teaching and returned to her native village.[3][4]

She published several novels, five autobiographical works, two collections of poetry and two plays, and adapted several of her works for film.[3] In 1977, she received the Grand prix de littérature de la SGDL for the whole of her work.[5]

Paysan was named an Officier of the Legion of Honour in 2011.[6] She was also named a Knight in the French National Order of Merit.[4]

Selected works

  • Écrit pour l'âme des cavaliers, poetry (1956)
  • Nous autres les Sanchez, novel (1961), received the Grand prix du Roman from the Société des gens de lettres[7]
  • Histoire d'une salamandre, novel (1963)
  • Les Faiseurs de chance, stories (1963)
  • Je m’appelle Jéricho, novel (1964)
  • Les Feux de la Chandeleur, novel (1966), received the Prix des libraires de France, adapted for film as Hearth Fires (English title)
  • Le Nègre de Sables, novel (1968)
  • Les Oiseaux migrateurs, play (1969)
  • Comme l'or d'un anneau, autobiographical novel (1971)
  • L’Empire du taureau, novel (1974)
  • Pour le plaisir, autobiographical novel (1976)
  • Le Clown de la rue Montorgeuil (1978)
  • Dame suisse sur un canapé de reps vert, novel (1981)
  • Le Rendez-vous de Strasbourg, novel (1984)
  • La Colline d'en face, autobiographical novel (1987)
  • 52 poèmes pour une année, poetry (1989)
  • La Route vers la fiancée, novel (1992)
  • Les Désarmés, stories (2000), received the Prix Goncourt de la Nouvelle
  • La Prière parallèle, novel (2003)
  • L’amour là-bas en Allemagne, autobiographical novel (2006)

[3]

References

  1. ^ "L'auteure sarthoise Catherine Paysan est décédée". France Bleu. April 22, 2020.
  2. ^ "Maison natale de Catherine Paysan : fragments littéraires d'une vie". Le Perche (in French). August 25, 2015.
  3. ^ a b c "Catherine PAYSAN" (PDF). Archives du lycée Montesquieu du Mans (in French).
  4. ^ a b "Judith Magre lira Catherine Paysan au jardin". Ouest France (in French). July 17, 2014.
  5. ^ "Grand Prix SGDL de littérature pour l'ensemble de l'œuvre" (in French). Société des gens de lettres.
  6. ^ "Légion d'honneur : François Fillon décore Catherine Paysan". Le Mans Maville (in French). October 8, 2011.
  7. ^ "Grand Prix SGDL du roman" (in French). Société des gens de lettres.

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