David Foenkinos

David Foenkinos (born 28 October 1974) is a French author and screenwriter. He studied literature and music in Paris. His novel La délicatesse is a bestseller in France.[1] A film based on the book was released in December 2011, with Audrey Tautou as the main character.[2] In 2014 he was awarded Prix Renaudot for his novel "Charlotte".[3]

David Foenkinos
BornDavid Foenkinos
(1974-10-28) 28 October 1974
Paris, France
OccupationNovelist, Scenarist, Musician
NationalityFrench

Filmography

Bibliography

  • Inversion de l'idiotie : de l'influence de deux Polonais (2001)
  • Entre les oreilles (2002)
  • Erotic Potential of My Wife (Le Potentiel érotique de ma femme) (2004)
  • En cas de bonheur (2005)
  • Les Cœurs autonomes (2006)
  • Qui se souvient de David Foenkinos ? (2007)
  • Nos séparations (2008)
  • Delicacy (La délicatesse) (2009)
  • Bernard (2010)
  • Lennon (2010)
  • Les souvenirs (2011)
  • Le petit garçon qui disait toujours non (2011)
  • Je vais mieux (2012)
  • Charlotte (2014)
  • Le Mystère Henri Pick (2016)
  • Vers la beauté (2018)
  • Deux sœurs (2019)

References

  1. David Foenkinos. Book Around The Corner
  2. Libération.fr
  3. Raphaëlle Leyris (5 November 2014). "Prix Renaudot : David Foenkinos récompensé pour " Charlotte "" (in French). Le Monde.

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