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Marguerite Yourcenar (1903–1987)

Marguerite Yourcenar was born on June 8, 1903 in Brussels, Belgium. She was a writer, known for Coup de grâce (1976), L'oeuvre au noir (1988) and How Wang-Fo Was Saved (1987). She died on December 17, 1987 in Mount Desert Island, Maine, USA. See full bio »

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 1988 L'oeuvre au noir (novel)
 1987 How Wang-Fo Was Saved (Short) (short story)
 1976 Coup de grâce (novel "Coup de grâce")
 1973 Le dialogue dans le marécage (TV Movie) (dialogue)
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 1983 K. P. Kavafis: 50 hronia apo ton thanato tou (TV Movie documentary)
 1981 Apostrophes (TV Series)
 1979 Un comédien lit un auteur (TV Series)
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 2015 Les vendredis d'Apostrophes (TV Movie documentary)
 2005 The Tiger and the Snow

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