Stroke ore Nyssen

stroke ore Nyssen (* 11. April 1925 in Brussels) is a French publisher, essayist and a writer.

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lives

stroke ore Nyssen is committed to the literature since its childhood. After it had received 1976 the French nationality, it created 1978 the renowned publishing house “Actes south” in Arles. Literary sizes such as Paul Auster or Nancy Huston were discovered by Nyssen. Nyssens own works are shifted and partially also in Germany.

Nyssen manages the supervisory board of “Actes south” and is married with Christine Le Bœuf.

honors

of works

  • Leonore in Dresden, novel (from the French of Beate Thill). Freiburg in mash gau: Publishing house Beck & Glückler, 1985. ISBN 3-924175-18-7 (titles of the expenditure for original: Eléonore à Dresde, 1983).
  • Trees in the head, novel (from the French by Hans Thill). Freiburg in mash gau: Publishing house Beck & Glückler, 1988. ISBN 3-924175-19-5 (titles of the expenditure for original: The Arbres dans la Tête, 1982).
  • Zeg ou les infortunes de la fiction. Arles: Actes south (Un endroit oú all), 2002.
  • Pavanes et javas sur la lombe d'un professeur. Arles: Actes south (Un endroit oú all), 2004.

literature/film

  • Marie Mandy (direction): Stroke ore Nyssen un éditeur, son doubles et quelques autres; Arte 2002 (version DVD prod. Copsi 2003).
  • Marie Mandy (direction): Stroke ore Nyssen, Portrait EN 22 of fragment; Documentation film 2003 (RTBF).

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