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Ives Roqueta

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Name  Ives Roqueta

Role  Author
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Died  January 4, 2015, Camares, France
Similar People  Marie Rouanet, Max Rouquette, Joan Larzac, Claudi Marti, La Talvera

Ives Roqueta ([ˈives ruˈketɔ]) (born 29 February 1936 in Sète, Hérault, died January 4, 2015) was an Occitan author. He played a major role in the country's political and cultural movement. He was the president of the IEO for a number of years and his brother Joan, better known as Joan Larzac, is a writer and an Occitan activist as well. He founded the Ventadorn record company, which can be credited for providing Nòva cançon singers with a proficient media outlet.

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Controversy

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His cultural and political action is highly controversial.

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Some think that he's one of the pioneers of his generation and stands among the nation's most talented poets and novelists.

Other Occitan analysts say that he had a very negative impact over the occitanist movement during the end of the 1970s and the 1980s. Particularly, his anti-scholar positions led to the split of the IEO in 1981.

Discography

  • Messa Pels Porcs" ("Mass For Pigs"), Institut D'estudis Occitans/Ventadorn I.E.O. S-4 332, 1971
  • References

    Ives Roqueta Wikipedia


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