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Marie-Claire Bancquart

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Marie-Claire Bancquart

Marie-Claire Bancquart lives in Paris where she is professor emerita at the Paris-Sorbonne University. Her most recent book of poems, Mots de passe (Le Castor Astral, 2014), is the twenty eighth collection of poetry she has published over the course of her career. In addition to poetry, Bancquart has written a number of novels as well as critical books and essays on topics such as France and surrealism. The numerous prizes she has received include the Prix Supervielle, the Prix Max Jacob, the Grand Prix de la Ville de Lyon, the Grand Prix d’Automne de la Société des Gens de Lettres, and the Prix Robert Ganzo.

Articles by Marie-Claire Bancquart

Millennia
By Marie-Claire Bancquart
The silken flesh, the acrid peat merge / on this urban curbside
Translated from French by Christina Cook
My Bones
By Marie-Claire Bancquart
My bones have beautiful remains
Translated from French by Christina Cook
Any More Than a Look
By Marie-Claire Bancquart
The Eiffel Tower cries electricity.
Translated from French by Christina Cook
On the Brink of Life
By Marie-Claire Bancquart
The dead need no more space / than a mouth from its lipstick.
Translated from French by Christina Cook
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