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Némirovsky, Irène, 1903-1942

LC control 88001622
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPQ2627.E4
Personal name headingNémirovsky, Irène, 1903-1942
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Variant(s)Nemirovskai︠a︡, Irėna, 1903-1942
Nemirovski, Iren, 1903-1942
Némirowsky, Irène, 1903-1942
Немировски, Ирен, 1903-1942
נמירובסקי, אירן, 1903-1942
See alsoAlternate identity: Nerey, Pierre
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Associated countryFrance
Birth date1903-02-24
Death date1942-08-17
Place of birthKyïv (Ukraine)
Place of deathAuschwitz (Concentration camp)
Profession or occupationAuthors
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Found inLe bal, 1986: t.p. (Irène Némirovsky)
LC in RLIN, 3-7-88 (hdg.: Némirovsky, Irène, 1903-1942)
David Golʹder, 1930: t.p. (Irėna Nemirovskai︠a︡)
nuc90-2750: Her David Golder, 1986, c1929 (hdg. on NNC rept.: Némirowsky, Irène, 1905- ; usage: Irène Némirowsky)
The fire of autumn, 2015: ECIP t.p. (Irène Némirovsky) data view (born 1903 in Kiev into a wealthy banking family and immigrated to France during the Russian Revolution; after attending the Sorbonne in Paris, she began to write and swiftly achieved success with David Golder, which was followed by more than a dozen other books; throughout her lifetime she published widely in French newspapers and literary journals; she died in Auschwitz in 1942; more than sixty years later, Suite Française was published posthumously for the first time in 2006)
David Golʹder, 2008: title page (Ирен Немировски = Iren Nemirovski)
LAC internal file, June 26, 2019 (access point: Némirovsky, Irène, 1903-1942; variant: Nemirovskaia, Irena, 1903-1942; born on February 24, 1903, in Kiev, Russian Empire; died on August 17, 1942, in Auschwitz, Nazi Germany; French novelist)
L'ennemie, 2019: title page (Irène Némirovsky) page 9 (L'ennemie appeared in July 1928 under the pseudonym of Pierre Nerey)
National bib agency no.1015L7042E
Associated languagefre
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