Armand LANOUX

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FrenchBorn Armand LANOUX

French writer

Born on October 24, 1913 in Paris , France

Died on March 23, 1983 in Champs-sur-Marne , France

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Lanoux was born in Paris. Early in life he had several jobs: he was a teacher, designer of candy boxes, bank employee, painter and journalist.



He became an editor for the literary Artheme Fayard (1950), editor of the magazine À la page (1964), chaired the Committee on French television in 1958-1959, and was appointed Secretary General of Radio and Television International University. He was a member of the France-USSR Association. He participated in drafting the Code des Usages.

...   Lanoux was born in Paris. Early in life he had several jobs: he was a teacher, designer of candy boxes, bank employee, painter and journalist.



He became an editor for the literary Artheme Fayard (1950), editor of the magazine À la page (1964), chaired the Committee on French television in 1958-1959, and was appointed Secretary General of Radio and Television International University. He was a member of the France-USSR Association. He participated in drafting the Code des Usages.



He wrote in many genres: the novel, non-fiction, chronicles, drama, poetry (Apollinaire 1953 Chapman prize).



From 1957 to 1964, he spent several months a year in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat. In 1963, he earned accolades in winning the Prix Goncourt for his novel "When the tide goes out."



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