William Cliff

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William Cliff (born Andre Imberechts, 27 December 1940) is a Belgian poet of French language. He was born in Gembloux. His poems had the chance to be noticed quickly by Raymond Queneau, and were systematically published by Gallimard until 1986.

Works

  • Homo sum, Gallimard, in Cahier de poésie 1, 1973
  • Écrasez-le, Gallimard, 1976
  • réédition Écrasez-le, précédé de Homo sum, Gallimard, 2002, ISBN 2070767612
  • Marcher au charbon, Gallimard, 1978
  • America, Gallimard, 1983
  • En Orient, Gallimard, 1986
  • Conrad Detrez, Le Dilettante, Paris, 1990
  • Fête Nationale, Gallimard, 1992
  • Autobiographie, La Différence, 1993
  • Journal d'un Innocent, Gallimard, 1996
  • L'État belge, poèmes, La Table Ronde, 2001
  • La Sainte Famille, (roman) La Table Ronde, 2001
  • Adieu patries, Le Rocher, coll. Anatolia, Monaco, 2001
  • Le Passager, (roman) Le Rocher, coll. Anatolia, Monaco, 2003
  • Passavant la Rochère, Virgile, 2004
  • La Dodge, (roman autobiographique) Le Rocher, coll. Anatolia, Monaco, 2004
  • L'Adolescent, (roman) Le Rocher, coll. Anatolia, Monaco, 2005, ISBN 2268056589
  • Le Pain quotidien, La Table Ronde, 2006, ISBN 2710328429
  • Immense Existence, Gallimard, 2007, ISBN 2070784177
  • Épopées, La Table Ronde, 2008, ISBN 2710330598


Translations :
  • Jaime Gil de Biedma, Un corps est le meilleur ami de l'homme, Le Rocher, coll. Anatolia
  • Gabriel Ferrater, Les Femmes et les Jours, Le Rocher, coll. Anatolia, Monaco, 2004, ISBN 2268049779


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