Robert Sabatier né le 17 août 1923 à Paris et mort le 28 juin 2012 à Boulogne-Billancourt, est un écrivain et poète français.↑ « La dernière allumette de Robert Sabatier », sur www.lepoint.fr, Le Point,‎ 28 juin 2012 (consulté le 28 juin 2012).

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  • Robert Sabatier né le 17 août 1923 à Paris et mort le 28 juin 2012 à Boulogne-Billancourt, est un écrivain et poète français.
  • Робер Сабатье (фр. Robert Sabatier; 17 августа 1923, Париж — 28 июня 2012, Булонь-Бийанкур) — французский прозаик и поэт, член Гонкуровской академии. Автор романов, эссе, сборников афоризмов, сборников стихов, а также девятитомной «Истории французской поэзии».
  • Robert Sabatier (* 17. August 1923 in Paris; † 28. Juni 2012 in Boulogne-Billancourt) war ein französischer Schriftsteller und Literaturkritiker.Sabatiers Lyrik war von den Surrealisten beeinflusst. Seine volksnahe Prosa kreiste um das Leben von Einzelgängern. Er verfasste zudem eine mehrbändige Geschichte der französischen Poesie.Sabatiers Name stand 1969 in der Favoritenliste für den Literaturpreis Prix Goncourt, er erhielt diesen jedoch nicht. 1971 wurde er Mitglied der Verleihungsjury, der Académie Goncourt.
  • Robert Sabatier (17 August 1923 – 28 June 2012) was a French poet and writer. He wrote numerous novels, essays and books of aphorisms and poems. He was elected to the Académie Goncourt in 1971, as well as to the Académie Mallarme. He is also the author of Histoire de la poésie française: La poésie du XVIIe siècleAmong his notable works is the autobiographical series of novels "Roman d'Olivier" about growing up in the streets of a poor quarter in Paris during the 1930s. A title from the series, Les Allumettes Suédoises (The Safety Matches, also translated under the title The Match Boy), was adapted for French TV by Jacques Ertaud. According to Kirkus Reviews, the book Les Allumettes Suédoises sold 200,000 copies. Other autobiographical installments include "Olivier 1940" and "Les Trompettes Guerrières". More recent works include Diogène about the Cynic philosopher of ancient Greece.As a poet, Sabatier was awarded Le Prix Guillaume Apollinaire in 1955. A small selection of Sabatier's poems have been published in English translations by the American poet X.J. Kennedy and others in the anthology Modern European Poetry (edited by Willis Barnstone et al., published by Bantam Books, NY, 1966). Kennedy's translations of Sabatier include the poems "Vegetal Body" and the elegiac "Mortal Landscape" where Sabatier wondersThe bird is flown, the monster not yet bornwhere shall we go in this demolished world?".In an introduction to Sabatier, Barnstone states: "The poet's despair has sharp edges . . . but the bitter violence that strikes at the reader of these poems has its roots in an earlier joy that persists like a dream." Sabatier's poetry is deeply colored by memory and division: "He held the image that he loved so tight/his body itself cast two shadows."Before his death, Sabatier was writing his memoirs.
  • Robert Sabatier (Paris, Frantzia, 1923) frantsesezko idazlea da.
  • Robert Sabatier (Parigi, 17 agosto 1923 – Boulogne, 28 giugno 2012) è stato uno scrittore francese.Dal 2011 è membro della giuria del Premio letterario Guillaume-Apollinaire.
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  • Robert Sabatier né le 17 août 1923 à Paris et mort le 28 juin 2012 à Boulogne-Billancourt, est un écrivain et poète français.↑ « La dernière allumette de Robert Sabatier », sur www.lepoint.fr, Le Point,‎ 28 juin 2012 (consulté le 28 juin 2012).
  • Робер Сабатье (фр. Robert Sabatier; 17 августа 1923, Париж — 28 июня 2012, Булонь-Бийанкур) — французский прозаик и поэт, член Гонкуровской академии. Автор романов, эссе, сборников афоризмов, сборников стихов, а также девятитомной «Истории французской поэзии».
  • Robert Sabatier (Paris, Frantzia, 1923) frantsesezko idazlea da.
  • Robert Sabatier (Parigi, 17 agosto 1923 – Boulogne, 28 giugno 2012) è stato uno scrittore francese.Dal 2011 è membro della giuria del Premio letterario Guillaume-Apollinaire.
  • Robert Sabatier (* 17. August 1923 in Paris; † 28. Juni 2012 in Boulogne-Billancourt) war ein französischer Schriftsteller und Literaturkritiker.Sabatiers Lyrik war von den Surrealisten beeinflusst. Seine volksnahe Prosa kreiste um das Leben von Einzelgängern. Er verfasste zudem eine mehrbändige Geschichte der französischen Poesie.Sabatiers Name stand 1969 in der Favoritenliste für den Literaturpreis Prix Goncourt, er erhielt diesen jedoch nicht.
  • Robert Sabatier (17 August 1923 – 28 June 2012) was a French poet and writer. He wrote numerous novels, essays and books of aphorisms and poems. He was elected to the Académie Goncourt in 1971, as well as to the Académie Mallarme. He is also the author of Histoire de la poésie française: La poésie du XVIIe siècleAmong his notable works is the autobiographical series of novels "Roman d'Olivier" about growing up in the streets of a poor quarter in Paris during the 1930s.
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