• Title English : “Who killed my father”
• Author : Edouard Louis
• Pages : 96 Sheet
• Publisher : Le Seuil [The Threshold] (3 Mei 2018)
• Collection : CADRE ROUGE
• ISBN-10: 2021399435
• ISBN-13: 978-2021399431
• Product Dimensions : 13,1 x 1 x 18,5 cm
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♦Description : “The history of your body accuses the political history Edward Louis has published two novels, Ending with Eddy Bellegueule and History of Violence, which have been translated into thirty languages.”
“Édouard Louis has published two books, Ending with Eddy Bellegueule and History of Violence, which have been translated into about thirty languages and are the subject of theatrical and cinematographic adaptations. He has created the collection “Des mots” at the Presses Universitaires de France and regularly gives lectures and conferences in American universities and in many cultural places around the world.
Edouard Louis, born Eddy Bellegueule, is a French writer. He grew up in Hallencourt (Somme) before entering theater class at Lycée Madeleine Michelis in Amiens. From 2008 to 2010, he was delegate of the Amiens Academy to the National Council of School Life, then studied history at the University of Picardy.
He continues from 2011 sociology studies at the ENS of the rue d’Ulm which he does not pass the competition, but is admitted to take courses in “free listener” on file. In 2013, he gets to change his name and becomes Édouard Louis. The same year, he directs the collective work Pierre Bourdieu: “The insubordination inheritance” PUF.
In March 2014, he announced that he will direct a collection, “Des mots”, devoted to conference transcriptions, interviews and short texts, for this publisher. In February 2014, at age 21, he published “Ending with Eddy Bellegueule”, a novel with a strong autobiographical influence. Highly commented in the media, and widely praised for its qualities, the book also gives rise to several controversies.
In 2014, he won the Pierre Guénin prize against homophobia and for equal rights. In 2015, it was ranked by Les Inrockuptibles magazine among the hundred creators who, in all fields, invent French culture today.”