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Michel Breitman

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Occupation  Writer Translator
Movies  Fortunate
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Born  10 August 1926Mennetou-sur-Cher
Died  16 May 2009, Rueil-Malmaison, France
People also search for  Alex Joffe, Rudolf Frank, Susi Breitman

Michel Breitman (10 August 1926 – 16 May 2009) was a French writer and translator. He won the 1986 edition of the Prix des Deux Magots with is novel Le Témoin de poussière.

A translator of Dino Buzzati, Breitman also published numerous novels, short stories and radio plays.

He wrote his first novel, Vétrino ou le bonhomme de verre directly in Italian, and when he returned to France wrote all his other works in his native tongue.

The film Fortunat, with Bourvil and Michèle Morgan was an adaptation of his eponymous novel published in 1955.

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Michel Breitman Wikipedia


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