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Ferrari, Jérôme, 1968-

LC control no.no2008124270
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LC classificationPQ2706.E764
Personal name headingFerrari, Jérôme, 1968-
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Associated countryFrance
Associated placeAlgiers (Algeria) Ajaccio (France) Abū Ẓaby (United Arab Emirates)
LocatedCorsica (France)
Birth date1968
Place of birthParis (France)
Field of activityNovels
Corsican language--Translating into French
Corsican literature--Translations into French
AffiliationLycée international Alexandre Dumas (Algiers, Algeria)
Lycée Fesch (Ajaccio, France)
Lycée Louis-Massignon (Abū Ẓaby, United Arab Emirates)
Profession or occupationWriters
Novelists
Philosophy teachers
Translators
Found inDans le secret, c2007: title page (Jérôme Ferrari) page 4 of cover (b. Paris, 1968; professeur de philosophie au lycée international d'Alger)
Zbaeren, M. Des mondes possibles, des romans de Jérôme Ferrari, 2017.
Wikipedia, December 26, 2017: (Jérôme Ferrari; French writer and translator born in 1968 in Paris; has lived in Corsica and taught philosophy at the Lycée international Alexandre-Dumas in Algiers for several years, then at the Lycée Fesch of Ajaccio. Currently, he is professor of philosophy at the French School of Abu Dhabi; he won the 2012 Prix Goncourt for his novel Le Sermon sur la chute de Rome)
Associated languagefre