Dominique Barbéris is a French novelist. Her first book, La Ville, was published by Arléa in 1996. Eight further books have been published by Gallimard. Les Kangourous was adapted for film by Anne Fontaine under the title Entre ses mains. Quelque chose à cacher won the Prix des Deux Magots and the Prix de la Ville de Nantes in 2008. In 2018 her novel L’année de l’éducation sentimentale was awarded the Prix Jean-Freustié / Fondation de France. Barbéris also teaches writing workshops at the Sorbonne. Her Goncourt-longlisted novel Un dimanche à Ville-D’Avray (A Sunday in Ville-D’Avray) will be published in the UK by Daunt Books Publishing in Autumn 2021.
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