Saturday, January 23, 2016

Edmonde Charles-Roux: 95 years of history of France – Le Figaro

IMAGES – The city of Marseille interred this January 23 was the one that protected the St. Lawrence, a friend of François Mitterrand, and even muse of a rap group … In fact, life of the president of the Académie Goncourt was worthy of the wildest epics.

Edmonde Charles-Roux, who died Wednesday at age 95, was buried this Saturday, January 23 in Marseille alongside her husband, the former mayor Defferre after a religious ceremony in the Cathedral of Marseille.

The former president of the Goncourt Academy will then be buried in the cemetery of St. Peter, in the 5th district of the city, to the sides of her husband who died in May 1986.

By turns nurse, journalist, writer, model and muse, Edmonde Charles-Roux will have lived a thousand lives. Visionary prodigal novelist was able to feed itself, a large section of the French publishing history. Died at the age of 95 years, the artist leaves behind, the image of a woman unfathomable, unique and multiple.

“I had the desire not to be like everyone else “recounted one day Edmonde Charles-Roux. Mission accomplished. This maxim has enabled the writer to have an extraordinary destiny. To meet the most famous people. To occupy the most exciting seating, Vogue at the Académie Goncourt. And become its center. The novelist has been able to accomplish with greatness prophecy.


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