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Irène Némirovsky (1903–1942)

She was born in 1903 into a Ukrainian Jewish family, and emigrated to Paris as a young woman. She wrote nine books between 1929 and 1937, one of which was made into a movie ("David Golder", 1930). She became well-known in France, but did not become a French citizen. She converted to Catholicism in 1939, but could not escape the rise of ... See full bio »

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Der Ball Writer
Le bal Writer
David Golder Writer


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 2015 Deux (TV Movie) (novel)
 2014 Suite Française (based on the novel by)
 1993 Le bal (TV Movie) (novel - as Irène Némirowsky)
 1969 Der Ball (TV Movie) (play)
 1950 Operation X (novel "David Golder" - as Irène Némirowsky)
 1931 Le bal (novella "Le bal" - as Irène Némirowsky)
 1931 Der Ball (novella "Le bal" - as Irène Némirowsky)
 1931 David Golder (novel - as Irène Némirowsky)

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Novel: "Suite Francais", 2004 (published posthumously)

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Alternate Names:

Irène Némirowsky

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Posthumous Prix Renaudot 2004 for her novel Suite française

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