The South region celebrates one of its greatest writers. Jean Giono, who died 50 years ago, is the embodiment of the figure of the writer in the twentieth century. His novels and stories, their adaptations to the cinema, his membership in the Goncourt Academy have made him the heritage author par excellence. Often portrayed as the patriarch of French literature, read and admired, published in Pleiades barely a year after his death and taught from college to university, he is now assigned to a smooth posterity, precipitated with stylistic grandeur and sweetness Provencal.
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