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Marc Lambron

Selected for the 2019 Books & Music City Prize

Marc lambron is a literary critic and writer born on February 04, 1957 in Lyon. A graduate of the École normale supérieure, the Institut d'études politiques in Paris and the National School of Administration, he is also an aggregator of letters. He is now a literary critic at Le Point, a columnist for Madame Figaro and the author of several novels, including: The Impromptu of Madrid (Flammarion, 1988) and The eye of silence (Flammarion, 1993) respectively awarded the Deux Magots and Femina prizes, or Cute, let's go see ... (Grasset, 2006) and more recently Life and Death of Michael Jackson (RMN-Grand Palais, 2018) as part of the exhibition On the wall from the Grand Palais where he questions the king of pop, his world successes, his sources of inspiration, his flaws, or his adequacy with the United States of his time.

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