| Jean Duvignaud|
| 2007, La Rochelle, France|
Ramparts of Clay
| Clara Goldschmidt (m. 1950)|
Le Théâtre, Le don du rien, Le jeu du jeu
Jean‑Louis Bertucelli, Clara Goldschmidt, Andre Malraux, Florence Malraux, Mohammed Lakhdar‑Hamina
Jean Duvignaud Wikipedia
Jean Duvignaud (22 February 1921 – 17 February 2007) was a French novelist, sociologist and anthropologist. He was born in La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime, on February 22, 1921.
Duvignaud was a secondary school teacher first at Abbeville, then at Étampes (1947–1956), where he taught Georges Perec. After submitting his doctoral thesis, he taught at the University of Tours. In 1972, he founded the magazine Cause commune with Georges Perec and Paul Virilio.
He died (aged 85) in La Rochelle on February 17, 2007.