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Michaël Glück

Michaël Glück is a French poet, prose-writer, playwright, and translator. He received the Prix de Créateurs in 1981 for La mémoire écorchée / Abbatoirs La Mouche (Editions Jean-Michel Place). Cette chose-là, ma mère (Editions J. Brémond) received the Prix Antonin Artaud. Glück, who studied philosophy with Emanuel Levinas, has evolved a distinctive Judaic vision within the context of modern French poetry. (updated 10/2010)

AGNI has published the following work by Michaël Glück:

from Le Repos, dans la suite des jours (translated from the French by Rosanna Warren)


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