Geneviève Brisac (born 18 October 1951 in Paris) is a French writer and winner of the Prix Femina, 1996, for Week-end de chasse à la mère, a novel translated in English as Losing Eugenio (2000) and referred to in The New York Times as a "mildly compelling text." She also writes short stories and children's literature, and is a literary critic for Le Monde, and with Christophe Honoré she co-wrote the screenplay for Honoré's Non Ma Fille, Tu N'iras pas Danser (2009). Plagued by anorexia from childhood, she wrote an "auto-fictional" novel, Petite (1994), in which she recounts her struggle with the disease.

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  • Geneviève Alice Angeline Brisac (Paris, 18 octobre 1951 – ), est écrivain et éditrice. Elle a reçu le prix Femina en 1996 pour son roman Week-end de chasse à la mère. (fr)
  • Geneviève Brisac (* 18. Oktober 1951 in Paris) ist eine französische Schriftstellerin. 1996 erhielt sie den Literaturpreis Prix Femina. 2004 nahm sie an dem brasilianischen Literaturfestival Festa Literária Internacional de Paraty teil. (de)
  • Geneviève Brisac (born 18 October 1951 in Paris) is a French writer and winner of the Prix Femina, 1996, for Week-end de chasse à la mère, a novel translated in English as Losing Eugenio (2000) and referred to in The New York Times as a "mildly compelling text." She also writes short stories and children's literature, and is a literary critic for Le Monde, and with Christophe Honoré she co-wrote the screenplay for Honoré's Non Ma Fille, Tu N'iras pas Danser (2009). Plagued by anorexia from childhood, she wrote an "auto-fictional" novel, Petite (1994), in which she recounts her struggle with the disease. (en)
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  • Geneviève Alice Angeline Brisac (Paris, 18 octobre 1951 – ), est écrivain et éditrice. Elle a reçu le prix Femina en 1996 pour son roman Week-end de chasse à la mère. (fr)
  • Geneviève Brisac (* 18. Oktober 1951 in Paris) ist eine französische Schriftstellerin. 1996 erhielt sie den Literaturpreis Prix Femina. 2004 nahm sie an dem brasilianischen Literaturfestival Festa Literária Internacional de Paraty teil. (de)
  • Geneviève Brisac (born 18 October 1951 in Paris) is a French writer and winner of the Prix Femina, 1996, for Week-end de chasse à la mère, a novel translated in English as Losing Eugenio (2000) and referred to in The New York Times as a "mildly compelling text." She also writes short stories and children's literature, and is a literary critic for Le Monde, and with Christophe Honoré she co-wrote the screenplay for Honoré's Non Ma Fille, Tu N'iras pas Danser (2009). Plagued by anorexia from childhood, she wrote an "auto-fictional" novel, Petite (1994), in which she recounts her struggle with the disease. (en)
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