Author

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Jacqueline Harpman

Belgian psychologist

1929   -   2012

country of citizenship: Belgium
language of expression: French
occupation: psychologist, writer
award received: Prix Médicis, Prix Victor-Rossel, Grand prix de littérature de la SGDL

Jacqueline Harpman (5 July 1929 – 24 May 2012) was a Belgian writer who wrote in French. She was born on 5 July 1929, in Brussels, Belgium, and was later well known for her books written in French. She also worked as a psychoanalyst and lived in Etterbeek, Brussels.[1] She died on 24 May 2012, in Brussels, Belgium, after having been severely ill for a long time. She was 82.
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works

9

La Dormition des amants

book by Jacqueline Harpman

author: Jacqueline Harpman

2002

La Plage d'Ostende

book by Jacqueline Harpman

author: Jacqueline Harpman

Le Bonheur dans le crime

author: Jacqueline Harpman

Io e Dio

author: Jacqueline Harpman

Orlanda

livre de Jacqueline Harpman

author: Jacqueline Harpman

1996

I Who Have Never Known Men

book by Jacqueline Harpman

author: Jacqueline Harpman

1995

Ce que Dominique n'a pas su

author: Jacqueline Harpman

L'orage rompu

author: Jacqueline Harpman

Mes Œdipe

author: Jacqueline Harpman

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