Frédéric Pagès est un journaliste, écrivain, ancien professeur agrégé de philosophie français né en 1950 à Suresnes. Il a quitté l'enseignement pour rejoindre en 1985 Le Canard enchaîné.↑ « (et de psychopédagogie) », in Claude Duneton, avec la collection de Frédéric Pagès, À hurler le soir au fond des collèges, éd. du Seuil, 1985 (ISBN 2-02-006766-8), 4e de couv.

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  • Frédéric Pagès est un journaliste, écrivain, ancien professeur agrégé de philosophie français né en 1950 à Suresnes. Il a quitté l'enseignement pour rejoindre en 1985 Le Canard enchaîné.
  • Frédéric Pagès (born 1950) is a French journalist noted for his work with the satirical weekly, Le Canard enchaîné.Pagès studied philosophy at University and worked as a high school teacher until 1985.At Le Canard enchaîné, his humorous columns included Le Journal de Xavière T, a spoof diary of Xavière Tiberi, the wife of Jean Tiberi, then mayor of Paris, and, from December 2007, Le Journal de Carla B, a spoof diary of Carla Bruni, wife of President Nicolas Sarkozy.The last of these was the subject of controversy when Karl Laske and Laurent Valdiguié published a book Vrai Canard, which alleged that the spoof diary was written by Pierre Charon, a political advisor to the French government, and used to pass on political messages. The editor of Le Canard enchaîné, Michel Gaillard, quickly debunked this claim by naming Frédéric Pagès as the writer.
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  • Frédéric Pagès est un journaliste, écrivain, ancien professeur agrégé de philosophie français né en 1950 à Suresnes. Il a quitté l'enseignement pour rejoindre en 1985 Le Canard enchaîné.↑ « (et de psychopédagogie) », in Claude Duneton, avec la collection de Frédéric Pagès, À hurler le soir au fond des collèges, éd. du Seuil, 1985 (ISBN 2-02-006766-8), 4e de couv.
  • Frédéric Pagès (born 1950) is a French journalist noted for his work with the satirical weekly, Le Canard enchaîné.Pagès studied philosophy at University and worked as a high school teacher until 1985.At Le Canard enchaîné, his humorous columns included Le Journal de Xavière T, a spoof diary of Xavière Tiberi, the wife of Jean Tiberi, then mayor of Paris, and, from December 2007, Le Journal de Carla B, a spoof diary of Carla Bruni, wife of President Nicolas Sarkozy.The last of these was the subject of controversy when Karl Laske and Laurent Valdiguié published a book Vrai Canard, which alleged that the spoof diary was written by Pierre Charon, a political advisor to the French government, and used to pass on political messages.
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