Michel Deguy

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Michel Deguy (23 May 1930 – 16 February 2022) was a French poet and translator. He was born in Paris, France. He also was director of the French literary journal Po&sie, and as editor of Les Temps Modernes, the literary journal founded by Jean-Paul Sartre. He won the Prix Mallarme, the Grand prix national de la poésie, the Prix Max Jacob, the Grand Prix de Poésie de l'Académie Française, the Prix Fénéon, and the Prix Joseph-Kessel.[1]

Deguy died in Paris on 16 February 2022, at the age of 91.[2]

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  1. "Bio". Archived from the original on 2018-08-01. Retrieved 2016-07-20.
  2. "Le poète et philosophe Michel Deguy est mort". Le Monde. 17 February 2022. Retrieved 17 February 2022.