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Jean Follain (1903 - 1971)

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  • Jean Follain was born in Canisy, Normandy in 1903. He studied law at Caen and in Paris, passing his bar exams in 1927 before entering legal practice. In 1951 he was appointed an Assize Judge for the Ardennes region. He continued to live in Paris until his death in a street accident in 1971.

    Awards won by Jean Follain (1903 - 1971) Short-listed, 2011 Oxford-Weidenfeld Translation Prize (Jean Follain)
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