She is a free woman with a provocative pen, an adventurer with a high verb, who just disappeared at eighty-one.

An insolent journalist and writer in the tradition of the Hussars, Geneviève Dormann’s sole compass was her pleasures and anger. She liked to argue in the columns of the literary Figaro, Le Point, Marie-Claire. She also loved to play live radio, where she knew how to make laughter intelligent.

Among his many novels and essays, «Le Bal du dodo» won him the Grand prix du roman de l'Académie française in 1989. She, however, was so uneducated.

My thoughts are with his family and loved ones.
Paris, 13 February 2015