Artist Daniel Pennac

Daniel Pennac en conférence lors du salon du livre de Paris 2017 by Thesupermat (CC BY-SA 4.0)

Daniel Pennac is a French writer born in 1944 in Casablanca, Morocco.

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    The childhood of Daniel Pennac is a childhood made of travel (Indochina, Djibouti, Ethiopia…). His love of books was given to him by his father.

    At school, he is a dunce (he tells it in Chagrin d’école) but he succeeds in obtaining a Master of Arts.

    He started writing in 1973 with an essay: “Le service militaire au service de qui?

    He wrote novels Les enfants de Yalta in 1978. But his greatest success is the Malaussène saga that he began in 1985.

    He wrote stories for television but also for comics (La débauche, Lucky Luke, Un amour exemplaire).

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