Nathalie Azoulai

Alumna of the Ecole Normale Supérieure, Nathalie Azoulai has her aggregation in Modern Literature. Her first fictional work, Mère agitée was published by Seuil in 2002 and was followed by four more novels until 2015 when Titus n’aimait pas Bérénice appeared, published by P.O.L., a work which was awarded the Medici Prize and translated into a number of languages. She also writes for the theatre. Her latest novel, Les Spectateurs, appeared in January 2018.

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