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Printemps et autres saisons  
Author J. M. G. Le Clézio
Original title Printemps et autres saisons
Country France
Language French
Genre(s) Short story collection
Publisher Gallimard
Publication date 1989
Pages 203 pp
ISBN 978-2070713646
OCLC Number 20229228

Printemps et autres saisons is the title of a collection of short stories written in French by French author and Nobel laureate J. M. G. Le Clézio .



  • Printemps
  • Fascination
  • Le temps ne passe pas[1]
  • Zinna
  • La saison des pluies( which has been translated as "The Rainy Season") Excerpt online[2]


Le monde review"Le Clézio, Printemps et autres saisons;Article repris sur Medium4You" (in French). Le Monde. 2008-11-07. Retrieved 2008-11-26.  

Publication history


First French Edition

Le Clézio, J. M. G (1989) (in French). Printemps et autres saisons. Paris: Gallimard Le Chemin. pp. 203. ISBN 9782070713646.  

Second French Edition

Le Clézio, J. M. G (1992) (in French). Printemps et autres saisons. Paris: Gallimard Collection Folio. pp. 249. ISBN 9782070383771.  

"La saison des pluies"

Nouvelle Revue Française

Title Year Publisher Length Notes
"La saison des pluies"I. 1989 Nouvelle Revue Française 432, janvier: 1-11
OCLC [1]
Title Year Publisher Length Notes
"La saison des pluies." fin 1989 Nouvelle Revue Française 433, février: 95-107
OCLC [2]

External links


  1. ^ First published in the "Nouvelle Revue Française" ( 414-415) juillet-août: 1-13
  2. ^ Le Clézio:Translated by Ophelia Fadullon Lizot and Luis Antonio Mañeru. "The Rainy Season". Retrieved 2008-11-26. ""...was translated and published in Beyond Paris: Contemporary French Fiction by Cacho Publishing House (1998), with help from the French Embassy in the Philippines, particularly M. Marcel Jouve who did most of the coordination with Editions Gallimard in Paris""  


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