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Christine Angot (born February 7, 1959) is a French novelist and playwright

Born Pierrette, Marie-Clotilde Schwartz (her mother's name) in in Ch√Ęteauroux, Indre, she is perhaps best known for her 1999 novel L'Inceste (Incest) which recounts an incestuous relationship with her father. It is a subject which appears in several of her previous books, but it is unclear whether these works are autofiction and the events described true. Angot herself describes her work - a metafiction on society's fundamental prohibition of incest and her own writings on the subject - as a performative (cf Quitter la ville).

Angot is also literary director for French publishers Stock

Novels

  • Vu du ciel (1990)
  • Not to be (1991)
  • L√©onore, toujours (1994)
  • Interview (1995)
  • Les Autres (1997)
  • Sujet Angot (1998)
  • L'Inceste (1999)
  • Quitter la ville (2000)
  • Pourquoi le Br√©sil ? (2002)
  • Peau d'√Ęne, La Peur du lendemain (2003)
  • Les D√©sax√©s (2004)
  • Une partie du cŇďur (2004)
  • Rendez-vous (2006)
  • Le march√© des amants (2008)

Plays

  • L'Usage de la vie
  • Corps plong√©s dans un liquide
  • Nouvelle vague, M√™me si (1998)
  • Mais aussi autre chose (1999)
  • La Fin de l'amour (2000)
  • Normalement, La Peur du lendemain (2001)
  • Arr√™tez, arr√™tons, arr√™te (1997)

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