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Joseph de Pesquidoux

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Name  Joseph Pesquidoux
Role  Writer
Died  1946, Le Houga, France

Joseph Dubosc, count of Pesquidoux (13 December 1869, Savigny-lès-Beaune, Côte-d'Or – 17 March 1946, Houga), known as Joseph de Pesquidoux, was a French writer. In 1927 he won the Grand prix de littérature de l’Académie française, of which he was elected a member in 1936. He was also elected mainteneur of the Académie des Jeux floraux in 1938.

Works

  • Premiers vers (1896)
  • Salomé (1898)
  • Ramsès (1900)
  • Le Sang fatal (1903)
  • Chez nous - Travaux et jeux rustiques (1920)
  • Sur la glèbe (1921)
  • Le Livre de raison (3 volumes, 1925–1932)
  • Caumont, duc de La Force (1931)
  • L’Église et la Terre (1935)
  • La Harde (1936)
  • Gascogne (1939)
  • Un Petit Univers (1940)
  • Sol de France (1942)
  • References

    Joseph de Pesquidoux Wikipedia


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