Maël Renouard

Maël Renouard (born 1979 in Paris) is a French writer and translator.

BiographyEdit

A former student at the École Normale Supérieure and agrégé in philosophy, Maël Renouard taught philosophy at the Paris-1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University between 2002 and 2006 and at the École Normale Supérieure between 2006 and 2009, as an attaché temporaire d'enseignement et de recherche.

From 2009 until 2012, he was technical advisor responsible for speeches in the cabinet of François Fillon, then Prime Minister of France.[1]

He has translated Nietzsche, Joseph Conrad, Arthur Schnitzler among others. His translation of the Symposium by Plato was adapted and directed by Juliette Deschamps [fr] at the Auditorium du Louvre in March 2007.[2]

He was awarded the 2013 edition of the prix Décembre for La Réforme de l'opéra de Pékin [fr].[3]

A decree dated 16 January 2014 made him a chevalier of the Ordre des Arts et Lettres.

FilmEdit

Renouard regularly wrote for the magazine Trafic (revue) [fr] between 2004 and 2010 and made a cameo in Frontier of the Dawn by Philippe Garrel in 2008.

WorksEdit

  • 2002: L'Œil et l'Attente. Sur Julien Gracq, Chambéry, Éditions Comp’Act, series "La bibliothèque volante", ISBN 2-87661-280-1
  • 2009: Yves Bonnefoy, image et mélancolie, inks by Isabelle Raviolo, Paris, La Dame d'onze heures, ISBN 978-2-9529517-0-8
  • 2013: La Réforme de l'opéra de Pékin, Paris, Payot & Rivages [fr], ISBN 978-2-7436-2618-1 — Prix Décembre 2013
  • 2016: Fragments d'une mémoire infinie, Paris, Grasset, coll. « Figures ».ISBN 978-2-246-85459-3[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Astrid de Larminat, Maël Renouard, un littéraire en politique, article on Le Figaro published 13/11/2013
  2. ^ Archives du site du musée du Louvre Le Banquet de Platon
  3. ^ David Caviglioli. "Le prix Décembre 2013 pour... Maël Renouard". nouvelobs.com. Retrieved 15 November 2016.
  4. ^ Article by Roger-Pol Droit in Le Monde des Livres 17 March 2016

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