Marc Dugain

Marc Dugain (born 1957) is a French novelist, chiefly known for La Chambre des Officiers (English, The Officers' Ward) (1999), a novel set in World War I.[1]

Marc Dugain
Alma materInstitut d'études politiques de Grenoble

Dugain was born in Senegal and studied at the Institut d'études politiques de Grenoble. His prize-winning first novel was made into a successful film in 2001.


  • La Chambre des officiers, Éditions JC Lattès, 1999.
  • Campagne anglaise, 2000.
  • Heureux comme Dieu en France, 2002.
  • La Malédiction d'Edgar, Gallimard, 2005.
  • Une exécution ordinaire, Gallimard, 2007.
  • En bas, les nuages, Flammarion, 2008.
  • L'Insomnie des étoiles, Gallimard, 2010.
  • Avenue des géants, Gallimard, 2012.
  • L'Homme nu. La dictature invisible du numérique (avec Christophe Labbé), éditions Robert Laffont et Plon, 2016. ISBN 978-2-259-22779-7
  • Transparence, Gallimard, 2019.


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