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Mathieu Lindon

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Mathieu Lindon

Mathieu Lindon was born in 1955. He is a literary journalist at Libération and the author of Ceux qui tiennent debout (2006), Je vous écris (2004), Ma catastrophe adorée (2004), Lâcheté d'Air France (2002), La Littérature (2001), Chez qui habitons-nous? (2000), Le Procès de Jean-Marie Le Pen (1998), Les Apeurés (1998), Merci (1996), Champion du monde (1994), Le Coeur de To (1994), L'Homme qui vomit (1988), Prince et Léonardours (1987), and Le Livre de Jim Courage (1986).

Articles by Mathieu Lindon

The Trial of Jean-Marie Le Pen
By Mathieu Lindon
By the time it starts the Blistier trial has already been known for months as “the trial of Jean-Marie Le Pen.” Civil rights groups were the first to call it that, but by now the phrase, borne…
Translated from French by Ann Smock