|Name Marie Redonnet||Role Writer|
|Books Forever valley, Candy Story, Rose Mellie Rose - wit, Dead Man & Company, Splendid hôtel|
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Marie Redonnet is the nom de plume of Martine L'hospitalier (born 1948, Paris) who is a French writer of poems, novels, essays, short stories, and plays. Her works have been translated into eleven languages.
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- Arno bertina et marie redonnet hors limites la femme au colt 45
- Short stories
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Martine L'hospitalier was born in 1948, her mother's birth name was Redonnet. She studied literature, particularly Jean Genet, and she became a teacher and began writing in the late 1970s. Her first published work was Le Mort & Cie, a collection of poems released in 1985. The following year, she published a collection of short stories entitled Doublures. She followed that with a trilogy of novels: Splendid Hôtel (1986), Forever Valley, and Rose Mélie Rose (1987).
Redonnet has taught at the Université de la Sorbonne-Nouvelle. From 1995 to 1997, she was responsible for the research of art and language at the Centre national de la recherche scientifique. From 2000 to 2004, she was an advisor for literature at the French embassy in Morocco.
Her books are written in sparse prose that some have compared to Samuel Beckett,
Redonnet and her son are based in Morocco.