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Raymond Queneau

Raymond QueneauBorn: 21-Feb-1903
Birthplace: Le Havre, France
Died: 25-Oct-1976
Location of death: Paris, France
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, Cimetière de Juvisy-Sur-Orge, Essone, France

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Novelist, Poet

Nationality: France
Executive summary: Zazie dans le métro

Military service: French Army (1939-40)

Father: Auguste Queneau
Mother: Joséphine Mignot
Wife: Janine Kahn (m. 1928, d. 1972, one son)
Son: Jean-Marie (b. 1934)

    University: Sorbonne (1921-23)

    FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
    Landru (25-Jan-1963)

Author of books:
Le Chiendent (1933, novel)
Gueule de pierre (1934, novel)
Les Derniers jours (1936, novel)
Odile (1937, novel)
Chêne et chien (1937, novel)
Les Enfants du Limon (1938, novel)
Un Rude hiver (1939, novel)
Les temps mêlés (1941, novel)
Pierrot mon ami (1942, novel)
Les Ziaux (1943, poetry)
Loin de Rueil (1944, novel)
En passant (1944, novel)
L'Instant fatal (1946, poetry)
On est toujours trop bon avec les femmes (1947, novel)
Saint-Glinglin (1948, novel)
Petite Cosmogonie portative (1950, poetry)
Le Journal intime de Sally Mara (1950, novel)
Si tu t'imagines (1952, poetry)
Le Dimanche de la vie (1952, novel)
Zazie dans le métro (1959, novel)
Cent Mille Milliards de Poèmes (1961, poetry)
Les Fleurs bleues (1965, novel)
Le chien à la mandoline (1965, poetry)
Battre la campagne (1967, poetry)
Courir les rues (1967, poetry)
Le Vol d'Icare (1968, novel)
Fendre les flots (1969, poetry)
Morale élémentaire (1975, poetry)



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