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|Name Guy Cars|
Genre popular novels
Children Jean des Cars
|Born 6 May 1911
Paris, France (1911-05-06) |
Died December 21, 1993, 13th arrondissement, France
Parents Marie Theresa Edwards, Francois de la Peruse duke des Cars
Books L' impure, La Tricheuse, Les sept femmes, Impura - La, Sang d'Afrique
Similar People Jean des Cars, Daniel Tinayre, Silvina Bullrich
La impura de Guy des Cars
Guy Augustin Marie Jean de la Pérusse des Cars was a best-selling French author of popular novels. He was born on 6 May 1911 in Paris and died on 21 December 1993 in the same city.
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He started his writing career before World War II as a journalist and showed a keen interest in the circus and variety arts, which led him to work as Press Agent for the giant German Circus Gleich when it visited France in the 1930s. After World War II, he was a member of the Association de la Presse du Music-Hall et du Cirque, a French Press organization that gathered French circus and variety critics and chroniclers and a few other prominent circus and variety enthusiasts (Yves Mourousi, Jean-Pierre Thiollet, Francis Fehr...), presided by a well known journalist in France, Jacqueline Cartier. In 1977, he created the La Dame du Cirque award (named after one of his books), which was presented to the best female act at the International Circus Festival of Monte Carlo.
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From an aristocratic family, des Cars was the second son of François de la Péruse, Duke des Cars (1875–1941) and Marie Thérésa Edwards (1879–1941). One of his ancestors inspired Molière's title character in his comedy-ballet La comtesse d'Escarbagnas.
He was married 3 times:
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