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Michel Bernard

Guest at the 2018 Books & Music Festival

Michel Bernard was born in Bar-le-Duc. Senior official, he is the author of My tours of France (L'Âge d'Homme, 1999, la Petite Vermillon, 2014) and Like a child, romanticized biography of Charles Trenet (Le Temps il fait, 2003). After The Calonne Trench in 2007, crowned with the Erckmann-Chatrian Prize, he published at La Table Ronde Doctor Laheurte's house (2008, Maurice Genevoix Prize), The Corps of France (2010, Erwan Bergot Army Prize), For Genevoix (2011) and Ravel Forests (2015).

At the start of the 2016 school year, still at La Table Ronde, Two remorse by Claude Monet, who won the Marguerite Puhl-Demange prize and the Libraires en Seine prize.

In January 2018 will publish his new novel, The Good Heart, dedicated to Joan of Arc.

My travel book