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Maurice Nadeau remembers Georges Limbour

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929

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00:30:00

Production year

2000

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An interview with Maurice Nadeau, who describes his friend the poet Georges Limbour, recalling their meeting and literary collaboration in the 1960s.When he founded his literary journal, Les lettres modernes, Maurice Nadeau invited Georges Limbour to contribute articles on current exhibitions and on the arts in general. Georges Limbour was on the margins of the literary and artistic world of the time and had no interest whatsoever in the world of politics. Maurice Nadeau also remembers his travels with Limbour, in particular a trip to Santiago and Havana in 1967.

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